23 Aug '11, 1pm

Driverless ULTra electric podcars already cutting emissions at London's Heathrow Airport

Driverless ULTra electric podcars already cutting emissions at London's Heathrow Airport

High above Denmark, Bond settled back in his seat and fingered the stem of his martini glass. It had been an odd assignment, and from the beginning Bond regretted accepting such a trivial mission. But with the cold war long since over, and Bond not getting younger, he couldn't afford to turn any assignment down. He mused over what had gone wrong. Bond had been summoned to M's office, who explained that his services were being loaned to the Danish Tourist Board. It would appear that the Danes were anxious to 'terminate with extreme prejudice' a local Troll who was destroying the good name of Denmark as a haven of sanity. The Danes were squeamish about the double 00 concept, but thought the situation so extreme, that a few favours called by the Danish security services, and the UK agreed to supply Bond. Bond's sense of foreboding had deepened when he learned that the operati...

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