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A Better Idea
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Written in 2010.
There is no such thing as a civil war—war by definition is uncivil. It’s a nasty, brutish, violent method of achieving goals through the shedding of blood, usually innocent. The very notion of war disgusted David Webster.

“Why drag us into it?” he rattled on, chainsmoking as his comrades lay around the billet, groaning for him to shut up already. “If you ask me, they should just put Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill in a ring with Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito, and let them wallop each other. It’d be a lot easier than bringing the whole fucking world into it.”


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