Nuclear Explosion in Russia


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17 Responses

  1. Marchmaine says:

    “We have similar, though more advanced, technology.”

    What I like is that we all assume that, as President, he is summarizing complex details that he knows but can’t share for national security reasons. But in reality… that’s the actual briefing word-for-word.Report

    • Chip Daniels in reply to Marchmaine says:

      Our “more advanced technology” involves steam catapults.Report

      • Marchmaine in reply to Chip Daniels says:

        2-hrs later, Lieutenant Chip Daniels is spotted in a dank Pentagon basement room writing, “I will not offer ‘helpful’ extraneous details to the POTUS” 1000 times on an old used blackboard they acquired for approximately $17,000 just for moments like this.Report

        • Chip Daniels in reply to Marchmaine says:

          Shucks, I didn’t even get to pitch him on my idea for a new electrified, bonafide, six car monorail.Report

          • Marchmaine in reply to Chip Daniels says:

            …more back talk and you can write: “No, Ballista does not clarify things either” 1000 times.

            Besides, we’re already getting a new monorail system… right after the people movers are retired at Terminal D at Dulles.Report

  2. George Turner says:

    Well, I think the big loser is, as usual, Russia. Their mysterious nuclear jet engine just blasted its isotope composition into the atmosphere and all over everything in the region, so everyone will get a good sample of it. It’s also reminded ordinary Russians that their nuclear and rocket scientists are probably as drunk as everyone else over there.Report