Child in Car, Playing with iPad on Wireless Internet Blown Away by Site of Groundhog Beside Road
Braydon Miller, put down his eighth-generation iPad with 10.2 inch 264-pixel per inch screen that was connected, wirelessly, to the internet through which he had access to the entirety of human knowledge with a few keystrokes while riding in the back of a car powered by an internal combustion engine fueled by refined remnants of long deceased biological material and guided by a GPS communicating in real-time with a satellite orbiting the Earth from space and proceeded to have his mind completely blown by the site of a common groundhog perched on the side of the road. "Mom!! Did you see that?? It looked right at me!!! It was chewing something and standing there! Did you know about this?"