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The Department of Defense, whose job it is to blow stuff up, has apparently decided it would rather defend the Earth like Captain Planet against the evils of pollution caused by all that military stuff.

To that end, it has put out a call through the Small Business Research Innovation agency for bidders on a contract for bullets that not only biodegrade, but that will plant seeds if they miss their target.

Allegedly, this notion was thought up by career military people concerned about the tons of shell casings, grenade fragments and other junk that tend to litter the ground after a massive firefight. (Bodies apparently aren’t a concern as they are already biodegradable.)

The Department of Defense adds that it’s important the seeds produce plants that are edible — in other words, crops — by local wildlife … such as ISIS troops, one would assume.

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  • rivahmitch

    More total BS, like paying ridiculous amounts for “ecofuels” for Navy ships that provide poorer performance at a higher price while putting our personnel at greater risk. What they should plant is the Kenyan muslim/marxist as its only potential value is as fertilizer.

  • Phillip_in_TX

    Have these people been “drug tested” recently!?


    I can see it now. The ammunition is filled with daisy seeds. That way when they hit the target (human) the dead target will be pushing up daises!!

  • axmickl

    Good Idea, we should put poison ivy seeds in every bullet we shoot in Afghanistan .

  • ADRoberts

    That makes so much sense in the desert. LOL Sounds like a bunch of brand new college grads have been hired by the Pentagon.

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