Armament: (n) Military weapons and equipment.
Do you realize that there are people in the world who get up every morning and go to work to try to come up with new ideas for weapons that are bigger and meaner than the ones we’ve already manufactured?
I don’t want to be self-righteous, but it’s certainly not a job I would want to pursue.
After all, once you’ve discovered an implement that’s capable of killing someone, doing it more effectively or with double power seems to be…well, over-kill.
There was a point in the 1960’s when both the U.S. and the Soviet Union touted that each was able to destroy the world ten times over through nuclear weapons.
Did they really intend on procuring nine other planets?
Or was this just little boys on the playground boasting on how far they could spit?
As long as we have a military budget which is built on discovering more creative ways to be destructive rather than maintaining an existing prowess that encourages peace, I think we may be guilty of some misappropriation of funds.
Armaments scare me. It’s not because I’m afraid to die.
It’s just because I don’t like to discuss modes of death… before I get there.
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