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  Reply # 1247191 26-Feb-2015 16:20
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frankv:
Reportedly ISIS fighters believe if they are killed by a female they will be denied entrance to paradise.  As a result female soldiers are one of the few things they fear.  Seems to provide an obvious tactical opportunity if true.


Wonder how far this femophobia extends? Transsexual? Transvestite? Transylvanian?



hmm that's intersting - NSA if you're reading this, apply lipstick on a dummy as a distraction




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  Reply # 1247194 26-Feb-2015 16:22
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Geektastic:
frankv:
KiwiNZ: 
The Arms manufacturers should be the first on the list.


Regretfully wrong... if the WOMD to destroy the undesireables are unreliable, we may run out before we get to the end of the list. In which case, we would need Arms Manufacturers to make some more for us. Logically, they should be last on the list. People who can't think logically, OTOH, should be the first to go. 



Why use WOMD of that type? If we are attempting annihilation, surely biological would be easier - they have already tried twice with AIDS and Ebola...


WOMD is non-specific, and could include biological. yell


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1247203 26-Feb-2015 16:47
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Perhaps we could just start with the obvious ones and see how mankind goes for a while ?
Politicians, Bankers, Liberals, Greenies,  <insert undesirable countries here>, Ciara, Justin Beiber, Aucklanders :-)


Obligatory: hairdressers, marketing executives, telephone sanitiser, documentary film makers ... 


These are all jokes but I suspect someone in a FBI office somewhere is reading this list and thinking "These people are really planning an attack!"

Because... reasons.



Nah - be fine as long as we don't add Americans to the list!

Did we add lawyers?






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  Reply # 1247256 26-Feb-2015 18:53
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DarthKermit: 


Hmmm, my youtube link won't play. I wonder what is wrong with it?


Well, according to my detailed investigations, an error occurred. Simple.




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The NSA wishes to thank all who have participated in our little experiment here today oh and should you here a noise at 3am please don't struggle it will only make the needle hurt more once again the NSA would like to thank you all 

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  Reply # 1248646 28-Feb-2015 22:47
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i think the NSA have much better things to do.

they will have a very close eye on Iran. all this ISIS distraction is making Iran laughing all the way to their nuclear weapons




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