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The "Battle" of Hiroshima/Nagasaki/Glasnoprd . This here is a little side challenge for Decisive Action. Show Chewbacca and/or any Wookiee in a battle from Earth history. . History tells us that World War 2 brought the human race into the nuclear age. Phoooey! The Manhattan Project was simply the discovery of Chewbacca. The military codename designations for the atomic bombs were Fat Man and Little Boy. These were Chewy’s right hook and left upper cut respectively. The U.S. military didn’t drop nuclear weapons on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They dropped a Wookiee. Oh, it's a true story! Bet you didn’t know that. As for a battle, when a Wookiee is involved, ain't much to it. Is there? So, there! This Chewbacca technology was happily given to the loving people of Mueslixtenstein in exchange for eighty head of peace cow and the promise to wipe Glasnoprd of the face of the planet. ALRIGHTYTHEN!!! And in the immortal words of Slim Pickens as Major "King" Kong: YEEEEEEEEEEE-HAWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!

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