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2012-11-26 09:37:09 AM
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Just leaving this here. It's mesmerizing.
2012-11-26 08:03:21 AM
2 votes:
What a colossal waste of human effort and money,
2012-11-26 05:47:54 PM
1 votes:
Dam... world peace when Clinton took office!
2012-11-26 11:02:22 AM
1 votes:

unitednihilists: All that money (trillions of $) spent on munitions that were never ever (sorry 2 of them) used for there intended purpose.

Wonder what would have happened if we had spent all that money on education instead.


Better Bombs?
2012-11-26 10:44:51 AM
1 votes:
All that money (trillions of $) spent on munitions that were never ever (sorry 2 of them) used for there intended purpose.

Wonder what would have happened if we had spent all that money on education instead.
2012-11-26 10:40:43 AM
1 votes:

Generation_D: Was completely unaware of the UK bomb in Nevada, that was kind of weird to see.

Was funny how many France had. Like they finally found a way to compete with the world without having it actually amount to needing to win at anything. Perfect.


At least France and the UK had the smarts not to test bombs within their own countries.
2012-11-26 05:59:32 AM
1 votes:
Definitely reminded me of,

heavyarmor.files.wordpress.com 

When I was a kid this sh*t was a real terror (reality, not the movie). Even in the 80s, when I was a lil' dickfreckle, it was drilled into our heads that the Soviets could drop the bomb any day now. Kind of a sh*tty thing to say to a child, but many did. IIRC, America began allowing Soviet exchange students in the middle-ish 80s, and this poor guy at our school couldn't make any friends. He was a really nice guy and we taught each other about hockey and American football. .

If it was this much paranoia for my generation, I can't imagine being a kid in the early 60s.
 
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