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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Tip of the Week

While Pentagon officials are planning what they call “Libya Light,” a NATO-enforced no-fly zone over Syria, the Russians are now shipping reinforcements in the form of special forces and military tonnage to their naval base at Tartus, Syria.

Meanwhile, Putin has made it evidently clear to Barry that Russia has drawn a line in the sand around their staunch ally that Barry ought tippy-toe over.

And what better way to reinforce that line in the sand? How about if the Russian submarine operating out of Tartus fires a nuclear-capable Bulava missile over Israel?

Seriously, Barry shouldn’t be playing in the same league as the big boys.

Markie's Tip of the Week: Your basement can only protect you from nuclear fallout if the basement windows are covered by at least two feet of soil. Prop wooden planks against the windows on the exterior and pile the soil against the planks.

That's what they used to teach boy scouts in Connecticut, home to the world's largest nuclear submarine base.

Later

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