5 thoughts on “Collateral damage

  1. Collateral damage is damage to people or property that is unintended or incidental to the intended outcome. The phrase is prevalently used as an euphemism for civilian casualties of a military action.

    Sorry, susie, but no.

  2. and the ones who aren’t totally destroyed go to work as cops, and do to people here the same things they did in iraq – because it’s a drug war, and war is war!

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