Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Dr. Evil Will Not Be Pleased!

Throw me a freakin' bone.










(AP) "It's a great technology with enormous potential, but I think the environment's not strong for it," said James Jay Carafano, a senior fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation who blames the military and Congress for not spending enough on getting directed energy to the front. "The tragedy is that I think it's exactly the right time for this."

I don't know if it is a "tragedy" that this weapon is not available to the military.

5 comments:

Otto Man said...

Wasn't this the plot in the movie "Real Genius"? Is there a plan to fill the snooty professor's house with Jiffy Pop?

Studiodave said...

Correct - and to be clear new weapons arn't a tragedy; no armour for the trucks is.

Thrillhous said...

I don't know what you guys are talking about. This is clearly the ultimate weapon of the future. All you have to do is get the bad guy to stand still, arms splayed, for a couple minutes, and he's toast. Literally!

Man, when's my new issue of "Modern Mercenary" getting here?

InanimateCarbonRod said...

As if enough money wasn't being wasted on Star Wars, now we have Star Trek.

Where are my flying cars? I want my flying cars!

alex supertramp said...

can you hammer a six-inch spike through a board with your penis? -- talk about a modern mercenary....