Over the Edge: Amazon drones, art by tears and gingerbread records

Over the Edge: Amazon drones, art by tears and gingerbread records

In Monday's edition of "Over the Edge" -- drone delivery, tearful art, and the world's largest gingerbread house.
In Monday's edition of "Over the Edge" -- drone delivery, tearful art, and the world's largest gingerbread house.

The things you buy online could soon be delivered by drones. When you buy stuff on Amazon.com, you could soon have it at your doorstep through a new deliver service called "Prime Air." Amazon hopes to have unmanned drones, which look like toy helicopters, deliver packages to your doorstep. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the drones will be ready in 4 or 5 years.

In Argentina, a man paints using his tears. The 27-year old artist sucks pigments into his nose and then paints the canvas using the tear ducts of his eyes. He calls his remarkable painting technique "teardrop" painting, and he said he has been working on the skills for more than three years.

The Traditions Club at Texas A&M breaks a new Guinness record for the world's largest gingerbread house! The club built the nearly 36 million calorie record with donations and help from the community. In order to be eligible - the 22-foot giant had to be completely edible on the outside. Although the main room inside is made from wood...The structure is mostly composed of bricks of brown gingerbread lathered in frosting.
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