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Regarding nuking mecca it is a bad idea. Firstly no one can destroy mecca since it is guarded by angles.

evilcat4000, StarDestroyer.Net BBS 32 Comments [6/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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The Jamo

Yep. Any you would know since you have tried it oh-so-many times.

1/26/2007 2:59:08 AM

Amos

The only protective angles I know of are:
___1) the steep angle - to deflect powerful blows from robots or cannon fire
___2) retroreflectors - to return any laser fire, thus damaging the robot attacking you.

I don't think Mecca has either.

1/26/2007 3:00:57 AM

Beccs

Why are they discussing nuking Mecca in the first place?

More Christian \"love\"?

1/26/2007 3:52:28 AM

BurntBush

Isn't it square? So then it is protected by 45 degree angles?

1/26/2007 4:37:41 AM

Langdon Alger

no one can destroy mecca since it is guarded by angles.

Actually, I think they're really Saxons.

Sorry.

1/26/2007 4:52:03 AM

Rahab

No, no, BurntBush. It's obtuse angles ;)

1/26/2007 5:11:37 AM

[url=http://tinyurl.com/ya3433]Sanity[/url]

Obtuse like the OP?

1/26/2007 5:19:57 AM

JP

Yes, that is the reason we shouldn't NUKE PEOPLE. You have identified the only good reason. (and I lack a moral compas?)

1/26/2007 5:05:21 PM

n11/n12

Of course there's only one sure way to test that little theory.

And actually a box is composed of 90 degree, or right, angles.

1/26/2007 5:46:04 PM

Drece

Well, in the Quran it says that Mecca is protected by god.. There is a story of a man who attacked Mecca before, and was killed by a army of birds armed with rocks. Some claim there is historical accuracy to this, however I really can't prove it.

This guy is taking something to literally, and is just being foolish. He isn't really a Fundie, at least not just by this paragraph alone, but more of a person who goes by to literal of a translation.

5/18/2007 1:48:50 AM

Hawker Hurricane

You mean we spent trillions on ballistic missile defense when all we needed were some geometric shapes?

5/18/2007 2:12:09 AM

Praetyre

Mecca and Allah's turdrock are not protected by geometry, thank the Lord.

5/18/2007 10:17:14 AM

Freboy

Hiroshima and Nagasaki could have used some. Not enough fundies around?

5/18/2007 10:23:23 AM

The_Dude

I think there are some Mercians too... But why bother with Angles? For protection by Dark Age Brittish tribes you want a good horde of Picts.

5/18/2007 10:27:33 AM

Ambrielle

Ah, Drece, pretty much the definition of fundie is their literalism. As is belief in angels. Despite evidence to the contrary, they probably also don't believe in angles.

5/18/2007 11:29:34 AM

Pix

Yeah, they said that about the temple in Jerusalem too.

5/18/2007 1:20:04 PM

anti-nonsense

lol! riiiiight.....

5/18/2007 3:43:54 PM

Ruana

It's got a kennelful of Hounds of Tindalos, obviously.

5/18/2007 3:53:50 PM

Twenty-Footed Ghost

Those sharp angles make it invisible to radar, and the exhaust is cooled to prevent heat-seeking...

3/2/2008 12:04:43 AM

Quantum Mechanic

"Firstly no one can destroy mecca since it is guarded by angles."

Obtuse ones, no doubt.

3/2/2008 1:54:51 AM

LOLKILLZ

I have two ways to go, let's try both!

I wonder how advanced geometry gets before it protects from nukes.

Really? Let's try it! After all, it won't do anything.

3/2/2008 1:57:28 AM

Brenz

Ah, so when you read about the groundbreaking work of the Caliphate's mathematicians, you know these guys were REALLY ahead of their time.

Missile defense shield!

3/2/2008 2:15:34 AM

canadiest

No God
No Religion
No Holy Land
No War

Life could be wonderful

3/2/2008 2:37:19 PM

Philbert McAdamia

@ Twenty-Footed Ghost
Those sharp angles make it invisible to radar, and the exhaust is cooled to prevent heat-seeking.. }

That's what I thought of when I read it.
The Stealth Bomber.

3/2/2008 5:00:34 PM

aaa

Trigonometry is quite handy defense against ballistic missiles, eh?

6/15/2008 2:33:37 AM
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