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01/14/2005

Operation Homo-Gay Orgy

by Jeremy Hooper

We saw this on Datalounge yesterday, and ignored it, dismissing it as DL tomfoolery.  But now that Sky News has picked up the story, we felt it word addressing:

The Pentagon was considering developing a 'homosexual sex bomb' designed to make enemy troops gay, it has been revealed. The bomb would release a chemical aphrodisiac that would get the soldiers frisky and make them irresistible to each other.  It was hoped their "distasteful but completely non-lethal" homosexual behaviour would hurt morale in the barracks, the New Scientist reports.

Wow...and here we thought this sort of bomb was already invented.  It's just called "a six pack of beer and a promise to 'not tell anyone, dude.  I'm not gay -- just bored'"

At least that's what it was called when we were in college.

US Mulled 'Gay Sex Bomb' [Sky News via Yahoo UK]

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