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July 18, 2014

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FAA Investigates New York Congressman's Drone Wedding Video

(Thanks to coscolo, who says "I didn't know people could marry drones.")

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There is a slippery slope when drones don't have rights.

I asked my son to make sure that he violates federal laws when he has a drone scatter my ashes over a large outdoor food event.

Um, NMUA, we would appreciate advance scheduling of the scattering. Give us a month or two heads-up, if it's convenient.

So congressmen are drones? Figures..

i'd marry seven of nine. just sayin'

Wait, you mean to tell me that people are using drones inappropriately? Next you'll be telling me the TSA is worthless!

Obligatory: Resistance is Futile.

Steve -- it will probably be at my memorial BBQ in the church parking lot.

"Formas, citing the judge's ruling, said there was "no enforceable FAA rule" or regulation...."

So Congress drones on.

In my family experience, when scattering a loved one's ashes, always drop them below foot level.
If thrown at chest level as in standing chest deep in the ocean and releasing the ashes into the wind, the deceased WILL take that one last opportunity for a killer joke.
Or maybe that's just us.

NUMA: You're going to make an ash of yourself?

I like how the comments started out with wedding stuff and ends with funeral stuff. Makes sense really.

You know how elected officials drone on and on and on until they die? That.

Steve -- attempting to scatter out of a plane is also problematic. Part blows back in and part scratches the plane's paint.

I loved he episode of Wings where the ashes ended up being tossed out of the plane in a DustBuster which ended up sinking a rival's boat.

When I brought up this story on the way home from a BBQ dinner, my wife reminded me that the church deaconesses might intervene with the plans, especially since some details might have leaked out. I might need to postpone my heart attack to outlive a couple of people.

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