When it didn't give me nightmares, Ray's newsletter provided a few belly laughs. I don't know where he finds these stories, but I loved the one about Domino's Pizza testing eight-rotor UAV helicopters to deliver pizza in the UK.
I expect business would spike for the sheer novelty of seeing the copter arrive. Two problems: I live in an apartment complex, so will it know to fly up to my second-floor deck? If it does, do I tip it?
Ray's Texas-style humor saunters into the room with another funny story (where does he find these things?):
Drone delivery of pizza could be problematic in the western states of the US. A small town in Colorado, Dear Trail, is considering issuing drone hunting licenses, permits to residents allowing them to legally shoot down small drones. The town will pay a bounty to any permitted hunter who brings the downed drone to the police station. The article doesn't state whether the drone hunter gets to keep the pizza if it's a Domino's Pizza-copter.
If you thought the mobile Internet economy was strange, just wait for the dron-onomy!