“Everyone agrees that US bombs must be dropped on far-away people, but correctly placing these bombs is a bit of a nuisance. Isn’t there a Google App for this? There definitely should be.”
Kindergarten Geography Skills Continue to Hinder America’s Ability to Bomb People
Bombing people is easy and fun. But finding where they live, on a map? This requires difficult book-learning. Major bummer
Donald Trump’s fake “show of force” against North Korea has resurrected an ancient question that many wise philosophers have pondered for thousands of years: Can Americans actually locate on a map the countries that they so desperately wish to bomb?
We apologize for the rhetorical question.
Of course, the North Korea “incident” was not due to poor navigational skills; it was nothing more than a fear-mongering distraction to boost television and approval ratings.
But it does beg the question: Can Rachel Maddow and her army of lobotomized potatoes actually find Moscow on Google Maps? Because that is the first step, at least in theory, if you want to bomb it.According to science, the answer is a resounding “no”.
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