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This Is the Most Involved Mockery of Amazon Drone Delivery Yet

Images via Twitter/<a href="https://twitter.com/QuantumPirate">@QuantumPirate</a>
Images via Twitter/@QuantumPirate

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Amazon's announcement of its forthcoming drone delivery system (aka Prime Air, coming circa 2015, best case scenario) inspired much oooh-ing and ahhh-ing today, and even more sarcasm because the internet. The best so far was this really intricate UPS missed delivery notification parody, followed shortly by a sensitive company lawsuit notice. The fine print is the best, "Any attempt to rearrange will be ignored. We own you now." Kudos @QuantumPirate.
· How Amazon's Missed Delivery Notice Will Look in the Future [Mashable]
· Forget Humans, Amazon Will Use Drones to Deliver Packages [Racked]