I'm telling you right now, if I won the lottery I would do something like this.

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Looks like a drone show took place in Dallas on Friday night. Around 300 drones formed a QR code in the sky. QR codes are a great way to get people to check out your website, they scan it and it goes directly to it. Well, the fine folks of Dallas forgot Friday was April Fool's Day and when people scanned the link what did it pull up?

That's freaking right, it directed you to the Rick Astley "Never Gonna Give You Up" music video. Since 2008, getting rick rolled on the internet is a classic. I just can't believe someone pulled out a full drone show to do this to all of Dallas.

People say these drone shows are the future of entertainment. I was always on the fence about this, but now I am all on board. You mean to tell me I can pay you guys to troll an entire city? Whoever on your marketing team that came up with this idea, give them a raise immidiatly.

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One more rick roll for the road, couldn't help myself. By the way, I still have hope for future generations knowing that I can still rick roll people almost fifteen years after this was popular.

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