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Was Joni Mitchell on to something?


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No, not on something - that is almost certain - but on to something.  I was just about negative two years old when Woodstock happened but have often heard the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young cover of the song that Joni Mitchell wrote about the occasion.  When I read the following article this morning, a line from that song came to mind.  Okay, maybe the 'bomber death planes' aren't going to be 'turning into butterflies above the nation' but it seems that the U.S. military is looking to start using practice ammo with bullets that will turn into flowers.  No, really.


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17 hours ago, Raoul said:

You just reminded me of how old I am. I wish they could figure out how to make bullets that turn into bourbon. Talk about cost effective....

Well, you could get a silicon bullet mold, pour bourbon into the molds and then freeze it.  That would sort of be turning bourbon into bullets that would turn into bourbon.  Might be a little hard to collect for consumption, though.

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