I caught this on Twitter.  Space Force has announced their uniforms.  Hint: they went with the same OCP camo that the Army and Air Force currently use.

Twitter, being a cesspool of humanity with a Left-leaning bent went on the attack, with the kind of idiocy you’d expect.

This was my favorite:

This is dumb as a box of shit stupid plus Orange Man Bad.

Where do these people think that GPS came from?

Was it something that Steve Jobs or Google launched to sell cell phones?

GPS was dropping bombs on Saddam decades before these dipshits bought their first TomTom.

If it wasn’t for our desire to hit things with cruise missiles over line-of-sight, these numb-nuts wouldn’t have it in their phones.

Really, I feel that people this stupid should be punished.  I think the most appropriate way for them to be pushed for being so remarkably brain dead towards Space Force is this:

They lose their privilege to satellite communications.  They should all be forced to use nothing but landlines for the rest of their miserable lives.

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By J. Kb

7 thoughts on “A fitting punishment for idiocy”
  1. I think the solution is to send them on Elon’s transport to mars. He’s announced special travel there coming soon! Put these stupid leftists there first, on one way tickets.

    1. Fuck no! I want to be one of the first colonists on Mars. Don’t punish those of us that want to do the hard work to open the frontier.

    2. Mars? Haha, no. Liberals get to take a rocket to Venus. That’s the place for liberals. They would enjoy it there. It’s nice and warm.

      1. Mars, the God of War, the very symbol of toxic masculinity, Venus, the goddess of love, is much more in line with their woke feminine diversity.

        For the purposes of transport, we won’t tell them the rockets used to get them out of Earth’s gravity well are descended from evil military ICBMs.

    1. Not quite “for the military” — ARPAnet had plenty of civilian nodes on it, including assorted academic ones. But of course, as the name indicates, the funding for the research came from DoD.

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