If you’ve ever been in a war zone, you’ve probably experienced the stress of having to think of every possible situation. You’re aware that you have a potential enemy (or a friend or family member who could be a potential enemy) and that you have to know what to do in order to win (or lose), and you’re not getting any sleep.
Well, that’s the point of a military raid, you have to know what to do in order to win or lose, because you know it might happen. But you probably don’t know how to think about it, you just try to react. Bombing an enemy’s forces in a specific location, or moving an enemy’s forces to a specific location, is one of the most common military operations in the world, and it is very common for the enemy to try to shoot you first.
Bombs work the same way. If you know what to do in order to win or lose, you are not getting any sleep. If you know what to do in order to win or lose, you are still not getting any sleep. When you are bombarding an enemy, you have to think about the effects of the bomb. You have to think about the effect it will have on the enemy, so you are not getting any sleep.
So, basically, we have to think about bombs. Why? Because if we don’t, our lives are at risk.
In a way, we have a bit of an advantage. We are bombarding the enemy with a bomb, but we are bombarding them with a bomb too. There is a good chance we are bombing them with our bomb, but there is a good chance that we are bombarding them with our bombs. You know, like in a real war, we would be bombing our opponent with a bomb, but we would be bombing them with a bomb too.
I really think that the bomb threat is one of the most under-appreciated threats that we face every day. I’m not talking about the threat of nuclear war, which is something that we have experienced multiple times in the last 50 years, and yet we still don’t have a clue about it. I’m talking about the threat of terrorism.
Terrorists are not interested in the bomb or the war that we have in which we face death. They are interested in the idea of death itself. They are interested in the idea that our lives are meaningless. They are even interested in the idea that we can be killed by our own children. To them, everything that we do, everything that we are, everything that we have ever done is a threat to their own life.
The reality of this problem is that we are on the verge of an existential crisis, and are already seeing a new form of terrorism that is less about bomb and more about the notion that our lives are meaningless. The reality is that we are going to hear an ominous drone, the sound of an airplane flying into a building. The drone is used for the exact same purpose as the airplane – to show that our lives are meaningless.
The first thing we have to do is stop being an object lesson to the audience – that their life is meaningless. We have to stop being an object lesson about our own mortality. It’s a little like when a child realizes that he still has his parents. His parents are dead. That’s all he knows. If you stop being an object lesson about your own mortality, then you have to stop being an object lesson about your own death.
The only thing the audience are object lessons about is their own mortality. But the audience do not object lesson about their own deaths, they object lesson about their own pointless lives. In other words, they are just being object lessons about their own lives, but we are object lessons about our own deaths. We are object lessons about the pointless lives we lead and how they ruin our lives and the lives of our friends and family.