Thursday 28 May 2015

Army      Humour      I I
Blind      Faith

Reason leads to the scientific method: doubt, questions, intelligent guessing, testing and then truth or not truth is known Superstition leads to beliefs based on hearsay, testimony, second, third, and greater accounts, fear, wishful thinking and blind faith.



S*** it reminds me of a nickname the regiment I was in had.

We carried nukes, it's no longer an official secret and has not been an official secret for years. There are American Amy documents on the net that include public domain info on the regiment, which I choose not to give the URL address for.

Should anyone from the cloak and dagger brigade ever pass this way - Two Seven Squadron.

Anyway we called ourselves the mushrooms.

Conversations went as follows:

Why do they call you the mushrooms?

Why do you think they call us the mushrooms?

Is it because of the mushroom cloud?


Then why do they call you the mushrooms?

Because we are feed on shit and kept in the dark.

I suppose it might help to add, that our officers when asked question such as, "So sir, what happens after we fire them?"

Would answer, "You will be told on a need to know basis."

Someone "kept in the dark" does not know what is happening.

And all the lads thought the food that the Catering Corps served up was crap.

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