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Can you imagine the innovation that could occur if you could get drone service delivered right to you?

A lost item in a cab or even better, anti-venom to some region where some unlucky traveler was bitten by a Liberal!

This video shows what Google has been up to.

 

It’s not exactly “flying cars,” but it could be the next best thing. Why have a flying car, when you can have a flying butler!

Drones could become the ATMs of the service industry in America, if only the government would get out of the way.

Google announced recently that they have been testing drones, but not in the U.S.  The reason is the FAA won’t get off its fat, lazy, bureaucratic butt and create a process that allows Google and others experimenting with drone technology to test their products.

In case you weren’t aware, the Fed owns all airspace. I’m not sure when you sold your space, but know that it’s not yours. I’m surprised you don’t need a license to fly a kite! But I digress.

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Under the FAA’s current rules, commercial operators are prohibited from flying unmanned aerial vehicles — drones — unless they first get permission from the FAA.  So the many billions of dollars in investment in this technology is being done elsewhere, creating jobs elsewhere.

 

Google, et al could do testing with the Fed, which is tantamount to partnering with the Chinese.

The Fed already uses drones to spy on citizens. About the best we could hope for if the Fed got involved is drones would drop in Fed agents to execute arrest warrants. Of course they would have signs saying how much money they saved by using drones.

 

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