How to repair a suitcase nuke???

I've just bought a defective Russian suitcase nuke on the black market. It seems to be a little bit rusted, but the Plutonium inside smells ok.

How can I repair the suitcase nuke???

Please help!!!

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Lucas J.Riesau
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Take note, if the subject header wasn't clue enough, that this guy is a troll. Not only did he post it to but also alt.swordfighting So it's one of those occasional nonsense posts, nominally on topic, where the goal is to get replies in that other newsgroup. Anyone who doesn't cut out the other newsgroup when replying has helped to satisfy the troll.

Oddly, I hadn't seen one of these in some time, and I had thought/hoped that we'd seen the last of them.


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Michael Black

I did! See subject line above.

Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I've got my DD214 to
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Michael A. Terrell

I remember one of the electronics design magazines had a nuclear article on April Fools day. They had a pretty good write up on a nuclear powered UPS for your desktop computer. Haven't seen a link for this in some time. But I can imagine a mini-nuke under the desk by your gonads for 8 hours a day would work wonders.

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Lighten up. These threads have elicited some amusing--and even enlightening--replies in the past. So might this one if somebody doesn't throw a wet blanket over it....

Heaven forbid that we might have a little fun once in a while. In any case, it's hardly the classic troll, where the poster attempts to inflame the group with some emotionally laden subject...except in your case, of course.


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Probably got it from China. Cost was $1 , postage was $30.000. It comes marked as a gift.

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Sam Goldwasser's Repair FAQ covers everything. Or ask Jack Bauer's dad, Philip Bauer (he didn't really die on the oil rig, you know?).

But I think that you have a fake because real Russian suitcase bombs are made of stainless steel and don't rust. You gotta be careful when buying off Craig's List or eBay.

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larry moe 'n curly

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