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Paper Airplanes now considered drones

Discussion in 'News' started by Alex_, Sep 1, 2015.

  1. Alex_

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  2. StumbleBee

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    Uh oh. I have a little Styrofoam plane about 8" long, powered by a rubber band motor!!! My grandson was flying that thing at his house, about 2 miles from an airport. It wasn't for commercial use but he was pretending it was. He's four years old. Is he in some kind of trouble?
     
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  3. JKDSensei

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    The logical assumption would obviously be "No"....
    Until you take into consideration two words.....

    Government
    Bureaucrats



    Power and authority first....common sense....well, usually not
     
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    Biggest words .... Newsworthy and politics!
     
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    Even bigger. Money.
     
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    If a paper airplane gets sucked into a jet engine...millions could die.