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Franchising Aberdeen Proving Grounds

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As a way around the current socialised military, I suggest APG should establish franchises.

The first would be little booths in towns where you can go test that gun you just printed out on a 3d printer.

The other use of the booths is more of an IP grab, by use of the keyboard type in your proof that 4 is greater than 3, beauty is equal to truth, and\ or the next level quantum physics or whatever.

not_morrison_rm, Dec 28 2015

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       "Socialised military"...?
slater, Dec 28 2015
  

       Yes, we wondered about that, too.   

       Yuma is much more impressive ...
8th of 7, Dec 28 2015
  

       Socialised as in you don't get to pick the military you pay for, after all socialised health care is an anathema isn't it?   

       I'm guessing several battalions of Chinese soldiers, with some German generals would be a lot more cost-effective.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 29 2015
  

       I'm not sure if you're making some tortured right-wing point, or trolling, or a bit of both.
slater, Dec 29 2015
  

       Err, neither.. It just seems weird to me that armies are always socialised, anyway end of what I usually say..
not_morrison_rm, Dec 30 2015
  


 

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