Just think, somewhere in the multi-verse, not only is this real, it's trivial, and you can buy it while sipping a coffee at McDonald's, and ...

Just think, somewhere in the multi-verse, not only is this real, it's trivial, and you can buy it while sipping a coffee at McDonald's, and no one will bat an eye.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Combine it with Prime drone deliveries and you can be taking cover in the McDonald's from the mass-shooter, order some more ammo and then reload and get back into the shoot out.
    While sipping your coffee.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >and no one will bat an eye

      >order ammo while taking cover in McDonalds
      >ammo is delivered by drone
      >reload and resume shooting
      Something I think someone might bat an eye at that.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I hope the drone looks like pic related.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        looks like he has a lawnmower

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Unironically why aren't militaries investing in utility drones that can do this

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Unironically why aren't militaries investing in utility drones that can do this
        You don't want to be waiting on a drone delivery in a firefight.
        Reload cooldowns shouldn't be a thing in the real world.

        It is a thing though, UK gave UA a bunch of picrel which are intended for deliveries and medivac, they're also intended to be adapted to other uses, there was talk about putting ATGMs on them. The UK navy uses them to drop torps and sonar buoys as well.

        https://en.defence-ua.com/analysis/ukraine_to_get_a_new_batch_of_malloy_drones_and_in_this_case_the_size_matters-7395.html

        They come in different sizes, T80 is the smallest I think, something like T400 or T750 is the current max but larger are planned.
        The T number is the max kg they can carry so they already do people because I think T80s and T250s were the size given to Ukraine.

        (forgot pic)

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I eagerly await a world in which our allies can be delivered a hot cup of Starbucks (or Tim's or whatever the Bong equivalent is) from their base forty miles away. You know, for morale.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >or whatever the Bong equivalent is
            Costa Coffee (it costsa lotta money...)

            If you can deliver a snack, the enemy can deliver a nade.
            Frontline deliveries would be suicide in a peer war. If you can deliver a snack, why not deliver a shell to the enemy and then have a snack at your leisure?

            The Malloy drones are meant for resupplies to patrols and such as well as deliveries to outposts and casevac from inconvenient locations. Sure some SEALs are probably going to use it to order tacos and get spotted by lookouts and get their whole mission compromised but in general, you wouldn't want to use it unless you were sure the enemy had no way to detect or track or notice it.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Costa Coffee
              I learned something today, thanks.
              >If you can deliver a snack, why not deliver a shell to the enemy and then have a snack at your leisure?
              Because then your Frappuccino would we all melted, no one wants that. My post was mostly a joke, but it would be hilarious to see these things used as a flex beyond even the ol' ice cream barge. That's on top of the easy
              >Peer
              shitpost.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >medevac
          Imagine watching a drone pick up a casualty and then fly them away. I'm not ready for modern conflict.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        They are. Check the USMC. Google C100 or Wilcox Optics. The goal is predictive deliveries - as soon as you expend more than a mag the drone automatically launches with your reloads.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It should be real and if I pray hard enough, it will become real.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >20 rounds
    >$14.21
    >$5.99 delivery

    Idk, feels pretty realistic to what boomers are demanding in price even after the whole Lake City thing was proven to be a scam. Price doubled overnight for literally no reason.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If multiverses are real and there are an infinite number of them, literally anything can be anything at any given time and there is no point in thinking of things that couldn't happen. It would be impossible for something to be impossible.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I like to think that in some multiverses:
      >I got with my oneitis from high school (lucked out IRL my wife is prettier)
      >I went to a college out of state and got to bawd it on craigslist casual encounters and have lots of hot gay sex in my dorm room
      >I joined the military and got posted in Worst Korea/Japan and got to sample the slits of the far east
      >I won the lotter and didn't have to work anymore

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Frick those are vanilla. Mine go like this; a universe where:
        >all colors are inverted
        >doing objectively moral evil things is the moral "right" thing
        >carbon doesn't exist
        >evolution never happened and were all worms in the dirt fighting over different dirts
        >I get with your oneitis girl and wife in a threesome

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >evolution never happened and were all worms in the dirt fighting over different dirts
          anyone have that picture of the tunnal-worm trashbag supersoldiers?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Frick those are vanilla. Mine go like this; a universe where:
        >all colors are inverted
        >doing objectively moral evil things is the moral "right" thing
        >carbon doesn't exist
        >evolution never happened and were all worms in the dirt fighting over different dirts
        >I get with your oneitis girl and wife in a threesome

        >evolution never happened and were all worms in the dirt fighting over different dirts
        anyone have that picture of the tunnal-worm trashbag supersoldiers?

        My favorite multiverse is the one where nothing has ever happened, and where nothing will ever happen.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >If multiverses are real and there are an infinite number of them, literally anything can be anything at any given time and there is no point in thinking of things that couldn't happen. It would be impossible for something to be impossible.
      That's kind of the opposite actually.

      In a multiverse situation based on either the many-worlds concept or standard sci-fi/capeshit rules, only *possible* things occur in the parallel universes.
      There has to be a way for something to happen, for it to have happened somewhere in the multiverse.

      So basically any cultural thing could exist like inverting good and evil (a society where might-makes-right is enshrined in law and deception and fraud are good business is vaguely possible so it could happen out there somewhere).
      A universe where gravity goes up or something isn't really.
      A universe where the Earth is inside-out isn't possible.
      A universe where some elder race built a ring world and our ecosystem develops from an untended lab culture 200m years ago is possible though.

      A universe where worms develop intelligence and form a society similar enough to our own to have recognisable parallel characters is vaguely possible I suppose.

      There's no universe where I can frick Christina Ricci though.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        There could potentially be a universe where all the women look similar to Christina Ricci and all the men look like you though.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I can already hear the boomers and schizos reeeeing about data mining and delivery drivers making a database, how you should always buy ammo with cash and dressed like frickin Kasczynski

    I mean they're not wrong, but goddamn it would be so much worse if the corps were involved

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >corpos in the future realize how much money there is in ammo/firearm sales
    >extensively lobby the government to make it easier to buy/sell firearms
    >we get gun vending machines and same-day delivery of guns/ammo
    >mfw

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Amazon wagie stole my ammo again

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That isn't different from how I buy ammo now except I don't order it with food items and gardening supplies to hit the free shipping amount.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Made in India on the back of the box

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This would only work in a world with no blacks, and if there are no blacks there would be no McDonalds because there would be no one to work at them.

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