Where are they planning to deliver to exactly?
They could be delivering to a closer distribution center or to the end customer?
If the delivery is to a distribution center then it is very inefficient given the small payload, if the delivery is tot he end customer then where would you leave the package? Drop it on the driveway where it would get run over by the owner? What about trees, power cables and other obstacles? Leave the package out in the rain? Would it land an leave the package on the ground or drop it an d potentially break the package.
Sounds like a good idea but I struggle to see how this would work
Have you ever watched any of the spin-off Top Gears, like Top Gear US or Top Gear Australia?
We don't need Top Gear Australia - We already have http://www.mightycarmods.com/
I notice that the images have either been coloured or are very blurred.
Kinda make me think that the satellite might be spinning or something.
We/Google shouldn't be calling it the South China Sea.
Vietnam call it the Eastern Sea, lets face it, more of the sea is closer to them.
Philippines call it the West Philippine Sea
As this threat to growth becomes more evident, investors will become less attracted to investments in the utility sector.
It's about time that power companies realize that their most important goal is not in providing customers with a quality source of electricity, but in making investors as much money as possible.
Title: "Only in America"
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