Monday, April 14, 2008

Explosive Revelation

Some Schemes Always Bomb Out

This isn’t a case of hoe, hoe, hoe. Romanian firefighters were shocked to learn a farmer was using an unexploded missile as an anvil. The 122mm calibre missile, discovered by the man in his garden in Puieni village, Giurgiu county, a few months ago, had been used for sharpening hoes and scythes. The missile was destroyed in a controlled explosion by an army bomb squad.

FOOTNOTE: Out of scythe, out of mind.


BRUNO said...

And people call ME a "packrat"!

I can't "hold a candle" to this fella. Thank God he wasn't a blacksmith, beatin' out horseshoes, huh???

quilly said...

Look how sharp I can beat the edge of this hoe, it'll blow you away!

dmarks said...

Probably somewhere in the old Soviet territory there is some peasant using a hot cask of radioactive waste as a heat/cooking source.

dmarks said...

and quilly, bombs can be used at harvest time to turn wheat into a very fine flour.

CrazyCath said...

dmarks - and bake the bread at the same time!

Stacey Huston said...

LOL the Lord does look over the in
nocent.. Lucky man,,lol

Sandi McBride said...

Or as we say here, waste not want not...if I find a bomb in my garden, do I deploy it or decorate it? We all know the answer to that one.

Momma said...

Good thing he didn't try to nuke a pizza with it or something.

Where do you find these tidbits!? :-)

Peace - D

~Fathairybastard~ said...

OK, nerd patrol, arriving. That would be a BM-13/21 rocket, commonly kalled a "Katyusha". Russian/Soviet production standards being what they've always been, there were LOTS of duds left lyin' around after the Great Patriotic War.

Same sort of thing Hamas launches into Israel from wherever.

There, my work is done.