On Tue, 29 Mar 2016 20:30:33 -0400 email@example.com wrote: > 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 > things). > 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 > for. > > 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) The penguins sold us out. The wild Hurds of GNU stampeding across the Serengeti will save us! Oh, and Freedo. He's cool.
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