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    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 3 points ago in history

    silly scissor variants

    The hinged variants are impractical as fuck, but a katar with little side blades is a pretty useful design for fighting an armed opponent.

    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 7 points ago in history

    You ever tried wearing chainmail in India? You'll bake to death

    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 4 points ago in history

    It's not practical at all, because it takes a great deal of energy to wield effectively

    And can be defeated by an archaeologist with a pistol.

    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 12 points ago in history

    Another proposed project; putting microphones on flies.

    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 1 points ago in history

    It wasn't the testing facility, it was an army base nearby. And it wasn't destroyed; bats flew under a propane tank and blew up a building along with the base commander's car.

    Dude didn't have the right security clearance to be briefed on the project, so he died without ever knowing what happened.

    [–] The most ridiculous weapon in history? BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 3 points ago in history

    The point wasn't how much damage it would do. It was the amount of chaos it would create..

    Bats roost in attics, so the fires would start there and spread downward, giving the occupants plenty of time to escape. However, as Japanese houses are basically made of wood and paper, they would still burn down pretty quickly, and firefighters would be overwhelmed what with the entire city being on fire.

    So you'd have no houses and millions of civilians on the streets, diverting the Empire's resources to the humanitarian crisis and away from fighting the war... Right as the U.S. launches its final push to take Tokyo.

    The successful completion of the Manhattan Project obsoleted the need for an invasion, which led to it being prioritized.

    [–] Kobach calls League of Women Voters ‘communist’ BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 1 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    Given the choice between forced charity to people and forced charity to multibillion-dollar corporations...

    [–] Kobach calls League of Women Voters ‘communist’ BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 1 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    Credible allegations of sexual assault: 4 days talking to a handpicked list of witnesses, none of whom could possibly provide anything of value

    Made-up stories of illegal immigrants voting: ALL THE MONEYZ TAKE YOUR TIME

    [–] 'Disenchantment' Scores 2-Season Renewal at Netflix BanMeBabyOneMoreTime 1 points ago in television

    Disenchantment is much more satisfying when you don't view it as an animated comedy, but an animated adventure with comedic elements. Like an adult-themed Adventure Time.