“It would be nice to just shoot from work to Starbucks,” said DeSosa.
Stating that the current infrastructure was “underwhelming” and “should be outdated by now,” the United States population expressed disappointment that there are too-few tubes involved in their day-to-day lives.
“I kinda expected there to be tubes going from skyscraper to skyscraper,” Maryland resident John DeSosa told reporters. “I don’t see why the technology wouldn’t exist by now. Is it a lack of funding?”
“Like we have pipes, and those transport those things at the bank that you put money in,” DeSosa continued. “You would think that by now they would have upscaled that kind of technology.”
The populace explained that “ideally,” there would be many kinds of tubes, ranging from small tubes for traveling around a city to much larger tubes to get across the county, and that all would be eco-friendly and fast.
“I’m tired of getting on congested highways and city streets,” Florida resident Michelle Armidale described. “I really just want to hop into a pod or capsule of some kind and be shot through a tube until I get to where I’m going. I know I’m not alone in this.”
At press time, the nation was taking comfort in the fact that elevators are kind of like tubes.