Technical hitches, it would seem, affect superheroes too. Here’s a transcript of the Satellite Navigation device in the Elite Force of Britain’s Four-Wheel Drive, used whilst the team were supposedly investigating the sudden appearance of a small island named Middlehaven, just off the coast of southern England somewhere:

Good.
Morning.
Please.
Enteryour.
Destination.
.
Thank You.
Please.
Re-enter.
Your.
Destination.
There has been.
An.
Error.
.
Thank You.
.
Please.
Enteryour.
Destination.
Thank You.
Please.
Drive.
Ahead.
For.
20.
Miles.
After.
20.
Miles.
Take the.
First.
Road on the.
Left.
Take the.
First.
Road on the.
Left.
Take the.
First.
Road on the.
Left.
.
Sorry.
There has been.
An.
Error.
Please.
Enteryour.
Destination.
Thank You.
Please.
Drive.
Ahead.
For.
20.
Miles.
Error.
Error.
Error.
Sorry.
The.
Satellite Navigation.
System.
Powered by.
…Amce and Seamless Systems…
Is currently.
Not available.
Pleasetryagainlater.
Thank You.

Middlehaven, and its mysterious appearance, will be further explored in future Superhero Diaries posts. If we ever get there, that is. The EFB are baffled as to the causes of the failure of their satellite navigation system, which was brand new, and a gift from a mysterious benefactor. Their investigations continue.

16 Comments

    1. Especially not with these superheroes, Shree. They are quite a trusting bunch, though, and love to receive freebies.
      There’s more to that ‘Seamless’ that meets the eye as well… but already I’ve said too much…

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  1. Gremlins,… was my first thought, Sir Aquatom, then Glitch int’ system…erm… can’t think of any more ‘G”s … There’s a ghost drive?… The ‘G’ force caused a massive ‘G’ string effect to stretch and snap…causing massive strain to the Seamless part of the Amce and Seamless system… 😉 … Mayhap just a plain and ordinary fuse gave up, I have some here, 13amp do? … xPenx

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