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The Gay Bomb

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posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:04 PM

And when dropped, instead of going BOOM!, it goes...

Pooft! ( the Brits on board will get the joke, I hope).

Seriously, as RuPaul (no, I didn't say "Ron Paul"!) would say "Most Soldiers are just a couple of six packs (of beer) and a porno film away from being Gay" anyway!

Anyone remember Top Gun?

All those rumors! You know what they say, "Where's there's smoke, there's Fire Island!"

And there might be some nasty side effects, as well;

Hell hath no fury like a pissed-off drag queen!

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:11 PM
Yea i heard a favourite military quote was "your only gay if you push back"

hahahah pretty bad but i laughed my ass off when i first heard it. Did yous read the other bombs they thought off? the halitosis bomb, flatulance bomb etc etc bloody crack up!

posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 12:16 AM
The idea wasn't just to fruit up the enemy, it was to subject them to a dose of aphrodisiac so high that the urge to have sex would be impossible to resist. They wanted the urge to have sex to be on the same level as a heroin junkie's urge for his fix - at that point, they'd literally be too busy raping each other to fight our troops.

It sounds laughable, but if they could have created one it would have been an extremely effective psychological weapon.

posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 02:57 AM
Skinon your missus told me you push back, doesn't mean you are gay but whatever you are into.
Gay bomb ay, that would be funny to watch! Peace

posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 02:40 PM
I think this project says a lot about the level of homophobia in the military.

It's interesting the Pentagon tried to bury it and claimed it was just a crazy idea which was quickly dismissed, when in fact it was still being discussed years later.

posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 11:49 AM
Yeah there was a lot of research into this sort of thing from the 50's onwards. Both into chemical substances that would reduce the effectiveness of the enemy and to turn our troops into super soldiers.
A lot of U.S servicemen were given various mind altering drugs to test the effects, including the now notorious MK-Ultra program, with many being caused long lasting psychological damage. The considered conclusion? That all such agents were too reliant on the subject's personality and environment. Something they could have found out from anyone that's done a few acid trips. Far simpler and cheaper to throw lead than '___'.

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