So earlier this week I read that Amazon are testing drones to deliver packages in the future, which made me think, didn't Rooster Teeth release an RT Short of Amazon Drones and how their delivery service will compete. Well Rooster Teeth better step up their game now that the drones are in testing.
However, may be Rooster Teeth does not have to worry considering how ineffective they are going to be.

First off the delivery range of a drone is only 10 miles which they said will take it 30 minutes. Well that's pointless cause that means that they can't be doing more than 20mph, you might as well get in a car and deliver it as it would be faster. Plus, when you hear that the pilot has to see the drone in their line of sight at all times when flying it, it would be far easier and simpler just to deliver it themselves.

Let me tell you now, I can already think of a number of ways that the Amazon drones could go wrong.

1) If people can hack Sony and retrieve information from both Xbox One and PS$ accounts, I am pretty sure they can hack a drone.
2) The Amazon drone is really light weight but can only still lift 5 pounds of weight. It is said that even the slightest of wind could knock it off course.
3) It could also lead to death or some form of injury, if the package falls from a height of 400ft in the air.
4) When the Amazon Drone was confirmed that it was in production, people took to twitter asking if it could be used as target practices. So far the US government has not yet denied that it is illegal. On the plus, it makes the job for the pilot much more fun and enjoyable.
5) Finally, it could have a major impact on UFO spotters' health and safety as their passion will become meaningless.

Even though this has been said, the US government have said that Amazon Drones are too low tech and that they should work on more advanced projects. Okay, let me get this straight, they want to build something more complicated but they can't build a drone to go more than 10 miles without someone driving below it to be in range to pilot it. Yeah, they have no chance. They might as well hire Chris Demarais as his ideas for robot cars sound much more likely and also useful to the community.

On a unfortunate note, there has been no news on Domino's Drones for almost 2 years so we have to assume that it is not going to happen.

Personally though I hope that Rooster Teeth make a new follow up RT Short based on the recent news of the Amazon Drones and to see whether there are any new ways that Rooster Teeth can ship their stock.