That’s why you don’t bring drones to festivals

That’s why you don’t bring drones to festivals

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  1. My first thought was “Man, I bet that stagehand enjoyed firing that particular cue.”

    My second thought was: “No competent crew member would have allowed bringing that down over the crowd.”

  2. I vaguely remember another incident where people were throwing rocks at a drone at a concert and they just ended up injuring a bunch of people because they erred throwing fucking rocks. But I have no source on that so it might not be true.

  3. That’s a good technique for eliminating Hunter-Killers, patrol machines built in automated factories, that we, as humans, need to remember when Skynet, the artificial intelligence system built by Cyberdyne Systems for SAC-NORAD, becomes self-aware on August 29th, 1997. Anybody not wearing number two million sunblock is gonna have a real bad day, get it?

  4. I flew RC-Planes (aerobatics) as a kid (till i was around 15). The first thing my instructor told me was to never ever fly over people. You can always have a material defect, the plane can fall down like a stone and there’s nothing you can do about it. I had many flight lessons until i flew my first plane on my own.
    It’s no different with drones except you don’t need to learn how to fly them. They fly on their own. Everyone can buy one and start flying around, no need to take flight lessons.
    I would love to get a drone but they got such a bad reputation because of all the drone pilots that got no clue that i would feel bad flying one around.

  5. Anytime anything DJ-related shows up on this site you have people with no clue what they’re talking about crawling out the woodwork to say it’s just pushing buttons.

    I really do hate this place sometimes.


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