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  • by belg4mit (967) on 2002.08.04 0:48 (#11378) Homepage Journal
    I hadn't noticed excessive use of "terrorist" but I'll tell you one thing that chaps my hide. All of a sudden everything is a "weapon of mass destruction". Call me desensitized if you must, but to me a "Weapon of mass destruction"

    1. doesn't need the label to get the point across
    2. is something that could realistically threaten the species. Not some pansy dirty bomb or some such, I certainly wouldn't want to be at ground zero when one was set off, but then I again I wouldn't want to be standing point-blank in front of a monkey with a shotgun either.
    Were that I say, pancakes?
    • me a "Weapon of mass destruction"... doesn't need the label to get the point across

      The point of the label is to refer to a group of different weapons, any of which is capable of "mass destruction". This is called "generalization".