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Re: Grossly OT - WW2 start

 So far we have read about a conspiracy story, argued over when WW2
started, even questioned the US motivation for joining in the fray. But we
have yet to read about the lessons learned, so I've made up a short list.

 We've learned that if you use all the gunpowder today then your children
and your children's children will miss out on the experience (poor
 We must use more environmentally friendly methods of killing, such as
using knives.
 When we are done with one battle field we must not leave the bodies lying
around, rather, they must be placed into the nearest composting machine.
 When we get an air strike we must water, fertilize, and plant an egg, so
that the bird population does not become depleted.
 When we destroy a factory we must first (carefully), remove all harmful
chemicals, then place all the roofing tiles and bricks into nice piles
for reuse on another building. All machinery can then be placing into the
appropriately coloured recycle bin(s) after disassembly.
 When interrogating, you must use triple purified water, without the board
(skis can be used if desired).
 Let use not forget to properly sterilize all our warheads, otherwise
they may be considered as "dirty bombs".

 Of course, a war would not be complete without an excuse, how about
"Because we could", or the more popular, and far less explained "They
deserve it"?
 The most important though, is that when signing a peace treaty,
always remember to use rice paper with invisible ink and give it to the
poor along with other trinkets and trash that you could find no other use

 If you are thinking of doing cyber-warfare, remember that micro$oft has
already beaten you to it and is excelling at "crimes against humanity",
among other things...   (penguins preserve us)

 You are welcome to add to this list, I wrote worked off the top of my
head and may have excluded some things.



Any interpretation of this for purposes other then humour will
lead to "undefined" behaviour with respect to the perpetrator.

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