It only comes with a license to injure?
Blog Guy, I saw a story saying the famous Aston Martin that James Bond used in “Goldfinger” and “Thunderball” is going up for auction.
You’re too late. I actually had the winning bid. I got every guy’s fantasy car!
Wow! What will you do with it?
Are you kidding me? I’m taking it on a road trip, to test out those hidden machine guns behind the parking lights. Watch out for those bad boys!
You’re going to USE the machine guns?
Sure, but only in red states, don’t worry.
What about that cool device behind the flashing turn indicator that spews oil all over the place?
No, that seems kind of redundant, under present circumstances.
And the ejector seat?
Of course, but that one may have to wait for a visit from my editor.
Gotta run. I’m heading out now try my all-time favorite feature. I’m going to drive it straight into the Potomac River, so it can turn into a submersible just like in the movie.
NO, Blog Guy! That was a different car from another Bond… Oh, never mind.
Top: James Bond’s 1964 Aston Martin DB5 in an undated image. REUTERS/RM Auctions/Shooterz
Right: Sean Connery poses with the Aston Martin from “Goldfinger” in a 1964 photo.