Atomic change?

Still thinking about Stephen Green's wonderful quote....

And this one's not bad either:

We could have gone full Roman on anyone we wanted, but we didnít. (via Instapundit)

Yeah, who needs to shoot the A-bomb at asteroids in outer space when there are more dangerous rocks right here on earth to whack? (And they're small enough we wouldn't even need to use a nuke....)

Lileks is right; the Romans knew how. And Stephen Green is right; the rock worshipers (who think they are the defiant ones despite their wimpy-ass "submission" crap) would be well advised to remember our defiance. As far as I'm concerned, they can take that stupid rock and stick it up their collective crack.

Hope that wasn't politically incorrect. Actually, I believe in respecting the religion of others. Only if others go too far is "going Roman" an option.

Until such a time comes (and I hope it never does) I would leave such silliness where it belongs: on ancient coins.

UPDATE!! Hey, what's gotten into me? I almost left out Frank J.'s Nuke the Moon program! A great idea (and obviously of divine inspiration) -- especially when you consider the upstart nature of the Moon God....

Can we get along?

posted by Eric on 09.12.03 at 06:02 AM










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Dear Eric,


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Haleh   ·  September 12, 2003 8:26 AM

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