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There are plenty of rich Lebanese who would turn their noses up at stolen second-hand cars.
And it's a lazy stereotype.
Which is dumb.
I've been thinking about this all day, and now realise the meaning of the different rings:
Aren't second hand cars part of "The System", by which Hezballah launders it's drug money?
No idea why they'd end up in beirut as that would mean selling them for relatively worthless local currency.
I met a lot of the journos who were working in Bosnia and based around Vitez in 1993. Being a menial type, one of my jobs was to ensure there were plenty of beers at the P-info house. It was rumoured my boss (the P-info liaison officer was having an affair with Kate Aidie since they always seemed to disappear around the same time).
This was at the time bonking-Bob-Stewart was humping his interpreter.
But one of the benefits of my job was that the two-can-rule didn't apply to me and I used to get shit-faced most nights with the war reporters and listen to their stories. There were some good looking female war reporters there too. I particularly liked a blonde SA one who smelt lovely.
I met Martin Bell and Kate Adie. Bell was walking funny because he'd a shrapnel wound in his abdomen (though someone told me it was really in his scrotum). Neither of which used to hang about for the late night drinking sessions.
But respect to them. It's one thing going to a dodgy places as 'the British army'. It's something completely different going there as an unarmed civilian war correspondent.
No it isn't. Nowhere near as large. 2750 tons of AN has a TNT equivalent of around 1762 tons (assuming the AN was pure). Whoever did this entered the data probably entered the 2750 (or 1800) as kilotons, giving an actual effect of 2.75 (or 1.8 megatons.
Try entering 2.75 (or 1. in the kilotons box on NUKEMAP by Alex Wellerstein