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‘It looks like 1989 needs a price check on something’

For some reason, there are still people who believe that the writing in The New Yorker is vastly superior to what you’ll read at Cracked.com:

“Far range” is not visible to the naked eye, and that’s what most aerial battles look like: Something shows up on a computer, a jet fires a missile at seemingly nothing and then, a few minutes later, something blows up somewhere that you cannot see. It’s less like “high-stakes plane jockeying” and more like “filing a request for death” that another department, miles away, might or might not grant.

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(Not to mention, more accurate…)


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