[Coco] Rainbow Magazines
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Wed May 27 02:17:45 EDT 2015
:) Very entertaining.
What an imagination, where did you take that from? Are you mad?
That will never happen, such things as Coco gadgets for sale after 40 years!
On 27 May 2015 at 02:24, K. Pruitt <pruittk at roadrunner.com> wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tormod Volden
> Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 11:28 AM
> Subject: Re: [Coco] Rainbow Magazines
> For international tracking, look for the 13-character tracking
>> "number", starting with 2 letters and ending with your 2-letter
>> country code: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S10_%28UPU_standard%29
>> I have bought stuff from US over eBay with a shipping cost of $12.95
>> (USPS of course) and it had tracking all the way. So it is definitely
>> reason it can't be tracked anywhere. In fact I should be able to get a
>>> satellite (or drone) feed on my cell phone of the dude actually
>>> the package.
>> The drone would deliver the package itself, right :) There was a
>> marketing stunt about this some time back.
> Hehehe... I think it was Amazon who said they were going to do delivery by
> drone. Google wants cars driving themselves all over and Amazon wants to
> create clouds of delivery drones cruising the skies. I don't know if these
> guys are trying to build Skynet or not, but they just might end up doing
> it. Suddenly in the future, Amazon's feedback system is full of reports of
> the delivery drones trying to terminate the customers and the media is
> overflowing with news reports of self-driving Googlecars chasing people
> through the streets. Skynet has become self-aware. Next thing you know
> there's a 7' tall metal skeleton on your doorstep dropping off your latest
> Coco-related gadget and asking about the whereabouts of Sarah Connor.
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