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Martha Stewart Owns a Drone

·National Correspondent, Technology
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When Martha Stewart isn’t pruning her Match.com profile or painting over the red soles of her Louboutins, she’s surveying her kingdom with a drone.

At least according to the May 2014 issue of Martha Stewart Living she is. In a section of the magazine dedicated to tech products, America’s homemaker reveals that she owns Parrot’s AR.Drone 2.0 Power Edition (which goes for a mere $370 on Amazon).

Per the blurb:

“Parrot, a French company, makes fantastic high-tech products, like this remote-control drone, or quadricopter. It takes photos and even high-definition video. I operate it from my iPad and can send it out over the farm — I love getting overhead shots of the gardens and livestock.”

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Perhaps this is the same iPad that caused her to try to summon an Apple repairman to her estate last year. If how she dealt with that situation is any indicator of her ability to operate a drone, may god have mercy on us all.

[h/t @meanlouise]

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