Tuesday, July 22, 2014

I want a drone too, by Bea Jetsons

It's just a dream for now. Until I get my drone, I have to be at the DMV waiting for some 5 hours just to renew my drivers license. What a deal.


by Bea Jetsons
In Las Vegas, where you can digitally hail a ride, track it and pay for the ride electronically through your credit card, nobody is amazed by drones flying around here. Drones are getting around like this city was always The Jetsons' land. 

About a month ago, we saw a drone holding a huge banner on the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, promoting a drone company. Marquee day club is offering bottle service by drone to the guests partying at its outdoor deck and cabanas. Their drone is sort of a cocktail waitress with 8 legs. 

South Point Hotel and Casino will be Nevada’s first indoor drone test range. They will fly drones at the South Point ArenaMany drones have been spotted taking pictures of the action during parties at Hard Rock’s Rehab and at MGM Grand’s Wet Republic and it seems next year you'll get your 128GB Ipad 8 delivered at your door by an Amazon drone.  

Everybody is getting a drone. I want a drone too. My drone will be customized, starting by the color; pink and I will change my last name to Jetsons. The drone I want will do many things I cannot do, such as follow a neighbor with his mastiff and find out where exactly he lives. He is the one who has been terrorizing the neighborhood with his 250 lb fila dogBut it won't be my drone's main use anyway. 

When I get my drone I will send it to the post office every single April 15. When I'm busy working and want to have a yummy yogurt, I can send my drone to FroyoTime and get their super delicious yogurt packed on the back of my drone. 

I also will send my drone to the DMV to pick up a number for me and when get closer to be called, I'll leave home. It's just a dream for now. Until I get my drone, I have to be at the DMV waiting for some 5 hours just to renew my driver license. 


by Bea Taylor