Re: Sonic's Speed

From: Dan <>
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 1996 15:36:29 -0700

At 11:17 PM 4/8/96 -0700, you wrote:
>A previous post said:
>>All this talk about Sonic's speed has reminded me of a couple questions
>>I've been meaning to ask. In the Saturday AM show, the other Freedom
>>Fighters often grabbed hold of him and rode behind him as he juiced. How
>>did they ever hold onto him while he was moving that fast? Also, wouldn't
>>whoever was directly behind Sonic get impaled on his quills when he stopped
>>suddenly? (Ewww! That could be nasty!)
>I assume what they did was (considering that this is cartoon physics)
>make Sonic's quills sharp when he wanted or needed them to be. :) If
>not, noone would've been able to hitch a ride on Sonic's back, period.
>As for the wind generation and other associated forces with the high
>velocity, well...Hedgehog doesn't have a nav deflector array. How any-
>one stays on is anyone's guess. Rack it up to cartoon physics again.

        But usually, I carry the rider in my arms, like I do 4 Sally. NEVER
once, has anyone even come close to running into my quills! I'm not THAT
careless! Besides, I always make sure that whoever's hitched on me, is
always safe or doesn't let go.
>Shawn Wolski, N5UNA

Received on Tue Apr 09 1996 - 19:33:52 PDT

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