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In Leaked Spoof, Netflix Takes Aim at Amazon's Proposed Drones A parody video created by Netflix employees mocks Amazon's much-hyped Prime Air initiative and contemplates the harsh realities of drone delivery.

By Geoff Weiss

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Amazon's vision of a delivery-drone dominated future is getting some laughs -- from Netflix.

In a new spoof video produced for one of the company's annual meetings, reports Engadget, Netflix teases a faux-project entitled "Drone 2 Home" -- a futuristic paradigm for DVD delivery.

"Unlike other companies trying to rush unproven technology to market," says the ad parody, in a barely-veiled jab at Amazon, "we have literally spent days working out most of the bugs."

Related: Get This: Drones That Attack and Take Over Other Drones

In the hilarious short, one pesky drone hovers towards an unsuspecting man at a urinal, while another crashes spectacularly into flames. See for yourself right here:

Related: Government Shuts Down Small Brewery's Beer Drones

Geoff Weiss

Former Staff Writer

Geoff Weiss is a former staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.

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