Aidan Finn Set To Unveil Plans To Rule The World On September 30th

Aidan Finn is planning to unveil his plan to rule the world next month at a special press event. Sources familiar with Finn’s plans tell us that the benevolent one is tentatively planning his press event for September 30th to detail upcoming changes to world domination as part of a plan called “Overlord”. This date may change, but the Overlord plan is currently in development and Finn plans to release a preview version of what will likely be named “Oh Sh1t! This is Really Happening” to the world on September 30th or shortly afterwards.

The early preview will give the world a first look at how traffic problems will be solved in Overlord. Missile-equipped drones will patrol motorways and dual carriageways, scanning for drivers who rest their chin on the steering wheel, hog the overtaking lane, or wait until the last moment to change lanes for the M9 on the Kildare M7. Finn is also planning to have drones patrol near schools looking for cars that are stationary for more than 1 second, but it’s not clear if this particular feature will be made available as part of the preview.

While Overlord is likely to be named “Oh Sh1t! This is Really Happening”, it’s unlikely that the ever handsome Finn will name his upcoming plan at his press event. Instead, Finn is said to be planning an overview of key new features of the new regime, with a preview ready for offenders and innocents. Finn is also building a separate combined version of his plan for each continent, and the gentle one may take the time to detail his work during his press event. Either way, Finns plan to rule is nearing completion and the amazing one will be ready to talk more about it next month.

By MVP Marc Van Eijk
An Aidan Finn Clone Army courtesy of @_marcvaneijk

Oh, and the Verge is reporting some stuff about Windows 9.

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