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Old May 27 2010, 04:47 PM   #1
RobertScorpio
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Coca-Cola Time Machine?

It doesn't happen too much, but sometimes a movie that takes place in the future will show a 'product' from out time still being used. The phone/radio device in TREX XI's car scene with little kirk? Wasn't it a nokia or something like that...

Which product, a real one, (COKE--NOKIA--McDonalds ect ect) can you recall, has been seen being used the furthest in the future? Is it the radio in Kirk's car? Or is there another?

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Old May 27 2010, 05:06 PM   #2
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Re: Coca-Cola Time Machine?

If it doesn't happen very often, there probably isn't much reason for a thread about it. You have a link in your sig promoting your fan-fiction. There is no need to keep creating threads with at best vaguely SFF-related topics in order to do the same thing.

Infraction for spamming. You know the drill.
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