Just yesterday, UBER, a revolutionary cab service known for shipping drunk people home from bars and clubs around the world, has just released their plans for the world's first commercial flying car. They promise to achieve this by 2020, less than three years from today.
Well, UBER came up with the idea, not the technology. They are reaching out to tech companies to do that for them. Incentive is high because whomever figures this out gets access to the 55 million active riders using the service in 600 cites world-wide. UBER has already partnered with major companies to achieve this. To name a few; Aurora Flight Sciences, Pipistrel, and Embraer. In breaking news, now the investors at Rags-A-GoGo WANT IN.
So Travis Kalanick, CEO of UBER, this article is for you. Rags-A-Gogo is looking to invest in your company. No, we don't have money and we are probably going to be out of business within 2 years but we can offer discount vinyl records, t-shirts, and a ton of vintage Levi jeans to you and your team. Most importantly you will gain our affection, love, and humor. You can't really put a price tag on love. Travis, other companies are probably offering you billions of dollars, but our hearts are invaluable.
All we ask in return is that you paste our image on the side on every one of your flying cars and provide us with rent-controlled airspace so we can install flying stores in every major city in the US. We have a much needed service that the country needs. Quality vintage clothing is a RIGHT that every US citizen deserves access to. We feel it is our duty to make the planet a better place, one technicolor 80's windbreaker at a time.
Think our proposal sounds unreasonable? Well you guys are the ones who promised to turn the world into the fucking Jetsons within two and a half years, so...we await baited breath for your response.