The monkey was rigorously scratching its balls. It was a fighting monkey with large, well-built forearms and a wide chest. Sitting on the branch of a high tree, his eyes had acquired the scrutinizing look as a permanent facial feature. He came here everyday and scratched his balls occasionally while licking (and not eating) a banana. Today he had eaten the banana already and was on the other activity till he bled and tears came in his eyes. Last night when he returned to his sleeping place he saw a feeble-looking monkey making faces at him. He sat there watching him. In another parallel reality he went up to the other monkey and broke his neck. There was no word uttered in either of the realities. Thus the Copenhagen interpretation.
People called him dick. The origin of this pseudonym was unknown to even himself. All he could tell was that his actual name started with the alphabet D. He had a special interest in monkeys, especially the gorillas. There were rumors that he had fucked one once. The opponents contested that it was vice versa. There never was explanation and the matter remained shrouded in mystery as nobody dared ask dick about it, considering he was called dick. Thus the theory of evolution.
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On 12 May 1975, the USS Mayaguez, an American-owned freighter, was boarded and
seized by Cambodian forces while in international waters off the coast of Cambodia. The
next day, the ship was taken to Koh Tang Island while the ship’s crew was taken to another island for interrogation. The operation to take back the ship and rescue the crew highlights what can happen if reaction time is short, force selection is ad hoc, previous joint training is not done, and mission rehearsal cannot occur in the time available. The plan called for 11 Air Force helicopters (six HH-53 Air Rescue Service and five
CH-53 special operations helicopters) to support Marines in an assault on Koh Tang Island
and to board and retake the Mayaguez itself. It was assumed that the ship’s crew was
being held on Koh Tang Island and the rescue force was told to expect only a handful of
lightly armed Khmer Rouge soldiers. The operation began on the morning of 15 May 1975. Retaking the Mayaguez went smoothly. The operation at Koh Tang Island, however, soon deteriorated into what one helicopter pilot described as “absolute and utter chaos.” As it turned out, there were about 300 Khmer Rouge dug in on the island with heavy weaponry. By the time the first assault was completed, all but one of the original assault helicopters had been destroyed or damaged. Ironically, about three hours into the first assault, the Cambodians gave the entire crew of the Mayaguez back to forces from the USS Holt; the original problem had been solved. The Marines on Koh Tang Island, however, had to be reinforced and then extracted. These operations lasted through the night. In the end, US casualties were 15 killed in action, three missing in action, and about 49 wounded in action.
Long time ago there was a stupid donkey who lived freely in a jungle. One fine Sunday, while savoring from different flavors of grass, he found a matchbox full of matches probably dropped by some human campers. Lighting and dropping them playfully around he saw the campers after the jungle had been burnt to ashes.
Moment of Dirt:
After confronting Bill privately about Monica, Hillary told reporters in a press conference that Saddam Hussein has WMD.
In order for a terrorist organization to construct and detonate a dirty bomb, they must acquire radioactive material by stealing it or buying it through legal or illegal channels. Possible RDD material could come from the millions of radioactive sources used worldwide in the industry, for medical purposes and in academic applications mainly for research. Of these sources, only nine reactor produced isotopes stand out as being suitable for radiological terror: americium-241, californium-252, caesium-137, cobalt-60, iridium-192, plutonium-238, polonium-210, radium-226 and strontium-90 and even from these it is possible that radium-226 and polonium-210 do not pose a significant threat. First, the source should be “sufficiently” radioactive to create direct radiological damage at the explosion or at least to perform societal damage or disruption. Second, the source should be transportable with enough shielding to protect the carrier, but not so much that it will be too heavy to maneuver. Third, the source should be sufficiently dispersible to effectively contaminate the area around the explosion.
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