Saturday, October 6, 2007

AP: Gay Bomb Among Ig Nobel Honorees

Associated Press Writer


The U.S. Air Force won the Ig Nobel Peace Prize this year for its proposal to develop a "gay bomb" — a chemical weapon that would make enemy soldiers want to make love with each other, not war with the enemy.

[Integitorial: Just wondering, what about Friendly Fire?]

Abrahams talked to a number of retired and active Air Force personnel to try and get someone to accept the prize in person on behalf of the military. None would.

"Who in their right mind would turn something like this down?" Wansink said.

Read it all here.

1 comment:

Pluralist (Adrian Worsfold) said...

We at Thinking Anglicans suggest a number of prizes and one has spraying the Bishops of the Lambeth Conference with this exciting chemical.