There's a lot of buzz in the tech and retailing world on this Cyber Monday about the latest invention from Amazon.com: Package-delivering drones that could be flying in a neighborhood near you.
In a story on CBS's 60 Minutes, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled plans for Amazon Prime Air, which he called "octocopters." These electric-powered drones can deliver packages weighing less than 5 pounds to a location within a 10 mile radius of an Amazon fulfillment center.
And, of course, whenever there's a breaking technology story, there's a Twitter account that pops up to make fun of it. So, we give you @AmazonDrone, which has already amassed 5,600 followers.
Here are some of our favorites, so far:
Want to show someone how much you hate them? Send me to their house with a Nickelback CD. #DroneRevenge— Amazon Drone (@AmazonDrone) December 2, 2013
You laugh at me now, but just wait. One day you'll be stuck on the john with no TP in sight. Who you gonna call? #DronetotheRescue— Amazon Drone (@AmazonDrone) December 2, 2013
Deliver books, not bombs. #AmazonDrone4Lyfe— Amazon Drone (@AmazonDrone) December 2, 2013