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April 13, 2017 06:39 AM UTC

Thursday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Between flattery and admiration there often flows a river of contempt.”

–Minna Antrim

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  1. Dear trumpp maladministration, the entire corrupt, deplorable Colorado GOP and national GOP, our resident troll trio (Moldly Anus, CarnHolio and Prurient Prune) and more specifically, Cowardly Mike Coffman and Con Man Cory Gardner:

    And from our Mexican friends, to you (build a wall with this, MFers!):

  2. Fox News breathlessly reporting we've dropped a 21,000 pound bomb on Afghanistan. Did everybody get defense stocks added to their portfolios last week?  "Bold". "Paradigm Shift". "There's a new Sheriff in town".

    Trump is on Air Force One headed back to FL  

    We're now engaged militarily in six countries. 

        1. PP –

          we don't know WHO was below the MOAB. Given the power of about 11 kilotons (nuclear "little boy" dropped on Hiroshima had 15), the remote area where it was dropped, and the failed state governance of the area, we are unlikely to know the number killed or wounded.

          The reputation of the US in that area (and many others) was just indelibly etched.

          1. No, john, 11 tons, not kilotons.  A kiloton is a thousand tons of tnt.  You'd need about 1,200 moabs to match the 13 kilotons or so of Hiroshima.

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