Thursday, May 28, 2009

28 years later not as far fetched

So I was reading online last night about various things including how Obama had set the new CAFE standard, an Obama environment stooge talking about driving white cars and having white roofs on our houses when the commercial for the Lee Majors rechargeable bionic hearing aid came on. Suddenly I had a blast from the past or a vision of the future you decide:

In a future United States, "the oil has run out" and all personal vehicles have been impounded by The Government. Franklyn Hart (Lee Majors), a former race car driver, decides to reassemble his race car hidden from confiscation, and sets out for "Free California" which has broken away from the new regime. He is aided by Ring (Chris Makepeace), a young technically savvy teen who feels alienated from this "social" society. Agents of the new government must stop Franklyn Hart at any cost to destroy what he represents, and the instability that such a desire for personal autonomy could mean to the society. An old Korean War veteran Captain J.G. Williams (Burgess Meredith) and his F-86 Sabre jet are called into service to chase down and destroy Franklyn Hart.

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