Amazon Prime Air's delivery by drone just became a reality according to a headline that offers the kicker Amazon's delivery drones program fulfills its first order -- an Amazon Fire TV and a bag of popcorn -- in 13 minutes. My initial thought was "Why? Whats the hurry?" That order could have been delivered by a paid worker on a bicycle. But when I read the article I discovered it still is just a test. Then I read "The autonomous drones can carry packages up to five pounds, and they're guided by GPS." What possibly could go wrong with hundreds of autonomous drones flying around a city? Of course, this test was entirely in the countryside as seen in the video: If this technology works, it does look like another smart way to put many of those blue collar UPS, FedEx, et al. delivery workers and their regional and local warehouse sorting compatriots out of work over the long term. Fortunately for us, there is still our U.S. Mail delivery person who even delivers our Amazon Fresh orders weighing 40+ pounds out here in the countryside - well, on the mountainside - from 160 miles away, among the trees and PG&E electric, AT&T phone, and Comcast TV/ISP cables.