Shoot For Free Stuff: Amazon Prime Air, An Unmanned Flying Drone Powered Delivery Service

December 2, 2013


This is a brief video demonstration of Amazon Prime Air, an unmanned flying drone delivery service that Amazon would like to see rolled out in the future (as early as FAA regulations will allow, possibly 2015) for 30-minute delivery times. Will I shoot your drone out of the air and claim your new PS4 game as my own? Absolutely. Will I do the same thing with your sister's tampons and candy bars? You better believe it. It's like Christmas -- you might not like what's inside, but it's still fun opening packages.

Keep going for the what if I don't have an Amazon warehouse within 30 minutes? Or why can't the pizza boy just pick up my package on the way?

Thanks to everyone who sent this, who agree as long as there are slingshots and bb-guns, this will never work.

  • Closet Nerd

    sweet, a new way to deliver my dildos

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  • iteration2

    Forget about destroying drones to steal packages... Why not invest in a net to steal the drones?

  • CawaLimon

    Honestly, I think most people, (myself included) wouldn't shoot to steal the packages but shoot just for the sake of target practice... 21st century Duck Hunt IRL.

  • Holly Haze

    What's the likelihood that they won't have tracking devices?

  • iteration2

    Hmm... Good point. No likelihood whatsoever... Maybe some sort've highly magnetic net. Or a freeze ray. Are those things that could be ordered on Amazon?

  • Broseph

    stay out of my airspace

  • Andyman7714

    30 minute delivery if you live within 50 feet of an Amazon warehouse.

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