Unmanned aerial vehicles, drones to you, are a known cause of collateral damage to wedding parties. But did you know they can also find their way to your backyard barbecue or hover around your private dock on the lake? Drones can be sized as small as a dragonfly, which makes them unobtrusive as they spy into your bedroom window. So pull those drapes tight! There have been recent articles regarding municipalities inquiring into the use of drones for law enforcement. The liberal city of Seattle will soon rain down drones on its population with every intent, "to make reasonable effort to not invade a person's reasonable expectation of privacy," so they say. The FAA has even granted air space for these so-called surveillance aircraft. Think about that as your pilot is dodging these wee little pests on your next flight out to Honolulu. A sheriff in California (in fear of a hostile takeover by migrants, no doubt) has made an appeal for funding from Homeland Security to purchase drones. There is even a video out on the experimental launch of a drone by an occupy group. All in all, if you believe your safety and security necessitates the lost of your privacy, well shucks, we already do that with social media. So be prepared, you might see your escapades droned, err, shown on Facebook.