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Chia Tank

Camoflouge Idea for Tanks
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the tank may have an additional 2" thick plastic coat with plenty of small holes in it. in these holes, chia pet soil could be placed and that weird chia grass grown. this could provide decent camoflouge if accompaied by other methods such as the use of twigs and camo nets.
sergeant dukie, Dec 01 2002

Agent Orange http://www.lyghtfor...ritchie_orange.html
[Micky Dread, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Chia Man http://www.ghillie.com/
AfterSix and Armani aren't the only ways to intrigue a woman. [jurist, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       One wonders quite where a chia camouflage would come in handy. On patrol in the local gift shop, perhaps?
DrCurry, Dec 01 2002
  

       just some more green to blend in with the trees and grass.
sergeant dukie, Dec 01 2002
  

       Suddenly defoliants are anti-tank weapons.
krelnik, Dec 01 2002
  

       Makes a nice lawn ornament, too!
RayfordSteele, Dec 01 2002
  

       Hmmm, I wonder if you could grow chia fatigues.   

       Excellent point, krelnik
thumbwax, Dec 01 2002
  

       If you capture an enemy tank, it's an excellent source of fiber and omega-3 fatty acid.
Amos Kito, Dec 02 2002
  

       In response to [2 fries], chia fatigues are better known as "ghillie-" or "gillie-" suits. Quite popular with snipers and Special Forces in conflicts around the Okefenokee Swamp and other subtropical locations. Personally, I'm still waiting for the Armani version.(link)
jurist, Dec 02 2002
  

       The question is, how fast could this be applied to a tank?   

       "Enemy plane incoming! Apply miracle-gro!"
sadie, Dec 02 2002
  

       I think that this is a decent idea, maybe worth a bit more exposure... i posted the idea at a funny hour, so please read..
sergeant dukie, Dec 06 2002
  

       on the bad side, how would you water the tank that much? but on the plus side, it would decrease your heat signature to aircraft trying to give you a missile.
thejini, Aug 15 2003
  
      
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