Wednesday, September 19, 2007

It should certainly revolutionize polo

Before it was revealed to the public in 2001, the Segway was touted as a revolutionary invention which would change the way we live. Then, once it was unveiled, its goofy appearance and sudden obscurity rendered the Segway little more than a good sight gag on a sitcom.

But, I have to tell you, after viewing this otherwise boring video of Segway polo I'm kind of in awe with how responsive and maneuverable the chunky personal transportation device is.

If only people were a lot lazier -- or if a much higher percentage of humans suffered from debilitating lower body injuries -- the Segway really would have changed the world.

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