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The Future Of Ecommerce ??


stuwhitt 10 1.4k United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 10:08PM
I can see a few problems with this




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Dann 1 205
2 Dec 2013 10:22PM
YOU see a few problems!!!!

LOL!!!!!!!!
dougv e2
10 8.4k 3 England
2 Dec 2013 10:31PM
A nice idea.
Apart from all those nice individuals trying to bring the drones down to get the goodies it will probably cost about 5 to ship the plastic box back to them!
Grin
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.6k 15 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2013 10:49PM
the more people are taken out of the equation the less people there are to buy, unless robots are now on PAYE?
;-0

thought it was April 1st when I saw this earlier today but then maybe its just a marketing ploy Smile
StrayCat e2
10 15.0k 2 Canada
3 Dec 2013 4:52AM
Everybody will be working at MacDonald's and WalMart before too long.Tongue
alansnap e2
10 529 22 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2013 8:03AM
Na it's not real. The warehouse (Sorry, Fulfilment Centre) staff loading the goods didn't appear to be running.
Alan
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
3 Dec 2013 10:02AM
They'd have to use a full sized Chinook helicopter if the amount of packing they used for the last thing I ordered from Amazon was anything to go by.........A small Nokia phone that arrived in a box big enough for a wide screen TV?????.....Bonkers!
3 Dec 2013 10:35AM
Ade them big boxes from amazon are fantastic they are replacement shelters for them poor people living on the streets.
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
3 Dec 2013 10:37AM

Quote:poor people living on the streets.


Perhaps they thought I'm a bit of a skinflint and hobbo......They're probably right Blush
keithh e2
10 23.2k 33 Wallis And Futuna
3 Dec 2013 11:41AM
Log onto Ama(z)on.
Where is my delivery? Click.
Pakistan.
You order will be with you after payload delivery.


(Brilliant marketing exercise, though)

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