|Spit Spingola |
Dahir Insaat found the 8 year old boy with the most GI Joe action figures in the entire cul-de-sac and hired him as a consultant.
I started watching these after the retsupurae video posted a week or two ago and these Dahir Insaat videos are the best. I think they're right about them being patent trolls and these videos just attempt to cram in every random thing that could be considered a part of a patent..... chaingun on a quadcopter? That's ours. Hell bed? You bet. My hope is they just keep making these videos for us to enjoy.
|Binro the Heretic |
"Hey, should we disguise our missile launchers as fruit trucks and fire a shit-ton of missiles from various locations?"
"No, we need to make a giant quadcopter to fire missiles."
"But that seems needlessly expensive and complicated."
"QUAD! COP! TER!"
i've said this before but i cannot stand wall to wall internet comedy of people that aren't funny
Seems like a really expensive way to blow up things that are standing still.
If only there were a way to do that, but without the quad rotor part...
|Caminante Nocturno |
This looks like something out of a Command & Conquer: Generals game. Except for the last one, which looks like something that would happen in Tropico.
I approve of this technology.
Since war is fought solely for profit, it makes sense that death machines be a Rube Goldberg apparatus. If that thing costs 80 billion to make and can be taken out with a slingshot, it's a cash cow of a weapon. Every time it explodes, it explodes money.
The cheapest parts are the ammo loading and motorcycle deployment units, which also serve as scapegoats to any technical error in the system, like it's capacity to fail expensively.
Hang on, I got KBR on the phone, they're telling me they can make this for less than a million a truck by using Dubai shit truck surplus and something called "Decepticons..."
Binro the Heretic
"War is a way of shattering to pieces, or pouring into the stratosphere, or sinking in the depths of the sea, materials which might otherwise be used to make the masses too comfortable, and hence, in the long run, too intelligent."
- George Orwell
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