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Wanted: Shakespeare for drones | Forest Lake Times
Though some municipalities use drones for noninvasive procedures like Otter Tail Countys desire to save a few bucks while updating their GIS database the council members know the potential for drone abuse and the potential connotations of drone use. The body held off on any local regulation of drones in the city, but Councilman Michael Freer and Mayor Stev Stegner said that they did not want the city using them, even for regulatory inspections. This was perhaps the wisest choice, particularly in a world where the line between perception and reality is frequently blurred. However, theres still something about the word drone that doesnt sit right something thats so disturbed the city of St. Bonifacius that the council there banned all public or private drone use without a warrant unless the drone was being used in an emergency situation. Here, we see the tendrils of perception encroaching on reality, as a St. Boni kid with a RC plane can no longer indulge his hobby in city limits without fear of being slapped with a felony. William Shakespeare is credited with inventing hundreds of words now used in common English parlance throughout his career. Perhaps we should follow his lead and reserve drone for only the big-time unmanned aircraft, creating a new term for the smaller, less threatening varieties.
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