Government: destroying all that is good since, forever. – Freedom Feens live radio archive



The Feens discuss creepy logos for secret government agencies, and other things.

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7 Responses to Government: destroying all that is good since, forever. – Freedom Feens live radio archive

  1. Hesperus says:

    Also, I heard of another neat project insignia. The JASSM program, I heard on NPR that their patch had a naked woman riding an orca whale.

    Been trying to find it online but coming up short.

  2. Hesperus says:

    As long as we are talking insignias something I would like to see is a heavily armed octopus. Either knives or guns, in all eight tentacles, but a happy octopus, not a grim octupus like the one in NROL 39, also featured in my latest article.

    I think something like that would make a kickass project insignia.

  3. A few ideas on what might be in the post apocalypse suitcase o fun.
    Crypto-comms stations
    Sattcomm relay station
    The “early retirement” package.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      My vote it on The “early retirement” package.

      • Hesperus says:

        Second. I heard a proposal a few years ago for a safe in nuclear missile silos that would be automatically unlocked when the keys were turned. Inside would be a bottle of single malt whiskey, cognac or other fine booze and two cigars.

        Idea vetoed because missile crews would spend big parts of their shifts trying to unlock the thing without blowing up the world.

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