It Nears: Colleges Offering Courses In Unmanned Drones
Really? Because I could have sworn all my professors were teaching droning. Get it?! Because they just rambled on monotonously all the time! "Well obviously they weren't teaching comedy." GOOD ONE. How's that dickbaggery major working out for you?
The pilotless aircraft industry is expected to create more than 23,000 U.S. jobs over the next 15 years, according to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. A spokesperson for the group told The Daily that 150 colleges are now offering courses.
Jeb Bailey, 28, told The Daily he has taken every drone-related course at Northwestern Michigan College. It's no wonder why, when drone pilots can make $50,000 to $120,000 per year, according to Tom Kenville, founder of Unmanned Applications Institute International. Bailey said the idea of flying unmanned drones for a year in Afghanistan to pay off student loan debt sounded pretty attractive.
Flying unmanned drones for a year in Afghanistan to pay off your student loans sounded pretty attractive to you, did it, Jeb? Let me tell you what sounds attractive to me: a naked lady with big ol' milky-white titties lounging on my couch like she just stepped out of some fancy old oil painting. Yeah, and she's got a Butterfinger ice cream bar in her hand and she's mouthing something to me. You know what she's saying, Jeb? She's saying, "I'm full, you can have the rest." Now that's f***ing attractive. I still haven't paid off my student loans.
Thanks to Rusty Trombo-- REALLY? Come on, this is a family restaurant!