How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

I just noticed something. Pretty much every military encounter since WW2 that the US has engaged in has ended up in failure. Desert Storm was more or less a show war, and the goals we went in with were not the goals we achieved. We failed to follow through. There was the Somalia debacle, which seems to have escaped our group consiousness, the perpetual excursions into South America which accomplish nothing, Vietnam, the flattening of Bosnia (which our bombing raids reduced to a preindustrial state), Korea.

Just thinking about our track record. I'm in a not as good mood now.

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