• Synapse

    No way, you’re telling me that when there’s a war people are gonna start dying all over the place? Till now I thought they were planting flowers and that “deaths” really meant “inconvenienced”.

  • Synapse

    No way, you’re telling me that when there’s a war people are gonna start dying all over the place? Till now I thought they were planting flowers and that “deaths” really meant “inconvenienced”.

    • Andrew

      Are you suggesting that because everyone knows war kills people, those deaths shouldn’t be reported?

      • Synapse

        I’m suggesting it doesn’t make a difference. Unless the war is contained to a battlefield, and modern wars aren’t, you’re going to have people dying all over the place. What’s to be gained by pinpointing every last street corner?

        • Paladin

          At the very least, you’ll know what streets to avoid … or target.

    • Hadrian999

      so convenient having a war without an enemy or victory conditions

  • Andrew

    Are you suggesting that because everyone knows war kills people, those deaths shouldn’t be reported?

  • Anonymous

    And the “official” totals of Iraqi dead release to the public by the military are too low. By like a hundred thousand. Guess they just missed those.

  • 5by5

    And the “official” totals of Iraqi dead release to the public by the military are too low. By like a hundred thousand. Guess they just missed those.

  • Hadrian999

    so convenient having a war without an enemy or victory conditions

  • Synapse

    I’m suggesting it doesn’t make a difference. Unless the war is contained to a battlefield, and modern wars aren’t, you’re going to have people dying all over the place. What’s to be gained by pinpointing every last street corner?

  • Paladin

    At the very least, you’ll know what streets to avoid … or target.

  • Paladin

    At the very least, you’ll know what streets to avoid … or target.

  • Tyler Durden

    This needs to be said: there never was a war. “How can you say that, Bill?” Well, a war is when two armies are fighting. – Bill Hicks

  • Tyler Durden

    This needs to be said: there never was a war. “How can you say that, Bill?” Well, a war is when two armies are fighting. – Bill Hicks

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