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Austin Explorer
#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 09, 2013 7:49:58 AM(UTC)
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The Texas Coop magazine recently carried a story that has a connection with the hill country of sorts. During WWII the US experimented with using bats as incendiary devices over Japan. Needless to say there were some learning experiences in the law of unintended consequences when the bats ended up burning down the airfield's control tower, a barracks and several other buildings. Ooops!

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 7:08:08 PM(UTC)
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That's barbaric! We're much more evolved now. We have drones and Presidential "kill lists"...
Happy Trails!

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#3 Posted : Friday, October 11, 2013 7:49:22 AM(UTC)
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No flying mammals are now harmed in targeted strikes, so we have that going for us.
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#4 Posted : Thursday, March 09, 2017 1:44:08 AM(UTC)
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That's barbaric! We're much more evolved now. We have drones and Presidential "kill lists"...
Are you looking any tutor for your assignment help?
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