You're too close
For me, or for you?
That's just what I mean. Why can't you just say, "yes" and then move away?
Would the reason make any difference?
Of course. Not really.
Let's get back to this "you're just too close."
Fine. When someone says that, it is time to move away.
I know my limitations. I know that I have a tendency to clutch and then slip.
That is your problem.
Yes, and since we are together, it is your problem too.
Now you are really projecting. I'm quite comfortable with our distance.
Eeks... Now I'm really getting worried.
Later, in Segway heaven.
Sure glad we were able to come together.
Yea, I don't want some rookie riding me.
I didn't mean that.
Lots of territory to explore here.
Lots of time, though.
Most of my friends are here.
Did they get too close too?
Much later, in God's chambers.
What is that thing you are standing on, my son?
It is a Segway, Mr. God. It is used on Earth to get people from point a to point b.
I gave them legs.
Yes, but through many years of misuse and abuse, they don't work that well.
So you are dependent on a couple of wheels driven by lithium-ion batteries?
So why don't you move?
Can't find a place to plug it in.
Sorry about that. So sorry. Maybe now you can learn to walk.
Dedicated to Jimi Heselden, Segway CEO, who road over a cliff 9/26/10.
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