Now that Predator drones have proven their increased maneuverability, we’ll likely soon see them in U.S. airspace. As long as drones follow these simple rules, they’re good to go!
- Right Of Way: If two or more drones are traveling toward each other, the larger drone should destroy the smaller drone with missiles.
- Parking: A drone may not occupy street parking unless it has safely destroyed the cars occupying the spot it wants.
- If two drones are traveling in the same patch of sky, the slower of the two should move 10 miles to the right to allow the other to pass.
- If a drone is tired it can ride on top of a car for a while.
- Drones may not linger outside Liam and Chris Hemsworth’s window, even on brother wrestling day.
- If two or more drones collide, that is called a drone kiss.
- Drones may not fire upon civilian aircraft carrying eight or more passengers.
- Drone battles above elementary schools are barred. Drone battles above middle schools are encouraged.
- Drones must not hover directly over a human’s head, unless the drone has fallen in love with the human.
- Drones must flash their taillights before dropping bombs on American soil.
- No swarming.
- All these laws are subject to change when drones take over the world and make humans their puny dirt-slaves (estimated 2017).
Illustrations By Daniel Turner