They say "two wrongs don't make a right", but two devastating bombs helped to finally end World War 2. amirite?

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Japan was trying to surrender. There was absolutely no need to drop those bombs.

Did you know we bombed Japan a third time?
After Hiroshima and Nagasaki on the day the treaty was being signed we sent over 1000 planes and bombed the shit out of Japan just for fun.

Whose to say they were wrong?

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@Malaproprhetoric That's dark man...

My whole embodiment is a creation of dark humour

Anonymous 0Reply

You're halfway on the actual phrase.

It's "two wrongs don't make a right, but we'll make you glow at night".

There were three bomb designs. One was tested at White Sands, the other at Hiroshima, and the third at Nagasaki. This was a demonstration for the benefit of the USSR at Japan's expense.

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Ask the people of Japan

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