"My feeling is that the chance of our surviving into the twenty-first century as working civilization is less than fifty percent but greater than zero."
The bad guys want Kirstie Alley dead - and they've bugged her purse with a tracer that can be picked up by small, autonomous, car-launched self-propelled road mines.
Here's a view of the launching process - just drop it through a convenient hole in the bottom of your car.
(Runaway road mine on the move)
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