|Doomstein - 2012-11-28 |
I have a crush on Polly Boiko. She's my favorite talking head.
Pretty, Pretty Polly.
More like Polly BOINKo.
|kamlem - 2012-11-28 |
I tried looking for a more mainstream video news report (in English) to send to a friend, but there are none.
|simon666 - 2012-11-28 |
Efficiency and progress is ours once more
Now that we have the Neutron bomb
It's nice and quick and clean and gets things done
Away with excess enemy
But no less value to property
No sense in war but perfect sense at home:
The sun beams down on a brand new day
No more welfare tax to pay
Unsightly slums gone up in flashing light
Jobless millions whisked away
At last we have more room to play
All systems go to kill the poor tonight
Kill kill kill kill Kill the poor:Tonight
Behold the sparkle of champagne
The crime rate's gone
Feel free again
O' life's a dream with you, Miss Lily White
Jane Fonda on the screen today
Convinced the liberals it's okay
So let's get dressed and dance away the night
Kill kill kill kill Kill the poor:Tonight
|paranex - 2012-11-29 |
Well I think they should attack the lower classes, first with bombs and rockets to destroy their homes, and then when they run helpless into the streets, mowing them down with machine-guns. And then, of course, releasing the vultures. I know these views aren't popular, but I have never courted popularity.
Beheading, fiesta-style...like a pinata. Blindfold with an axe. Plus youtube.
|Doomstein - 2012-11-29 |
Baron Liverspots here has always been a proponent of Britain's nuclear weapons programs. And I think the idea was to drag him out of his retirement (he's 85 and has been out of government for about 13 years), prop him up, and have him add something intelligent, pro nuclear stockpile, to the debate based on his years of experience.
Unfortunately because he's a million years old, he's like the senile ol' grandpa who still thinks its 1955 and starts yelling that the coloreds should use their own restroom at the local IHOP.
So yeah, it backfired.
British politicians have never been averse to using the advanced weapons technology against unruly tribals.
"I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes. The moral effect should be so good that the loss of life should be reduced to a minimum. It is not necessary to use only the most deadly gasses: gasses can be used which cause great inconvenience and would spread a lively terror and yet would leave no serious permanent effects on most of those affected." - Winston Churchill
Should read "British politicians have historically welcomed the opportunity to use the advanced weapons technology against unruly tribals."
There are obv some sane ones, too.
|mouser - 2012-11-29 |
It WOULD be pretty effective though.
But why stop there?
Jerusalem would make a pretty nifty glass plate with a few H bombs on it.
Wow, EvilHomer, did your account get hacked by Cena Mark of 2003?
You do know nuclear weapons are a failure when they're used, right? And that the first country to nuke another will be eradicated by the rest of the planet? If you're under 30 and hold the opinion that nukes "should be used" kindly remove yourself from society by your own hand.
Really? Nukes "don't work"? Gosh, that's news to me, meme ol' buddy. Maybe you should explain this whole crazy theory of yours in a bit more detail. Exhaustive detail. Because, you know, I'm totally and seriously in favor of nuking a whole buncha shit. Kablooey!
They work fine, but only if you don't use them.
Only if you don't use them, but the other guy believes you're willing to.
All kidding aside though, c'mon. You wouldn't even be a LITTLE tempted to drop a neutron bomb on Jerusalem? Mecca? Lord Fartface's house? Me?
|TeenerTot - 2012-11-29 |
Well, if the creation of nukes can make peace, imagine how much peace USING one would release!
We now go to our reporter at the border, where goats have massed in protest.
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-11-29 |
So many reptilians!
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-11-29 |
Do we even know if neutron bombs work as designed?
By work as designed, would they release a lot of fast neutrons that would be reflected back to the chain reaction in conventional thermonuclear devices? Yes, they would.
The original intent of the neutron bomb was to create a tactical nuke that was also effective against massed tank columns (which protect their occupants against blast and thermal radiation).
If they worked as designed they'd block kilometer wide stretches of mountain passes for a day or two. Diffuse radioisotope dust from fast neutron reactions and bomb residue is not immediately lethal so long as you don't eat or inhale it. Damp scarves make reasonably effective anti-dust masks.
|RockBolt - 2012-11-29 |
General MacAurthur entertained the idea of seeding the 38th parallel in Korea with cobalt 60
|misterbuns - 2012-11-29 |
'make a mockery of the house of lords'
needs a 'bwitish' tag.
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