Sunday, May 28, 2006

Getting Rid of Nukes

Actually, I'm not sure about this. I can get rid of a few to the Russians, I suppose, and there's always Iran, but 2237, who worked on the Manhattan Project, said it's a lot more difficult than you might think. Apart from anything else, it's very expensive and complicated to operate them. Oh dear, what have I started.

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Another Job

OK, that will teach me to keep my mouth shut.
"Great idea" said 086. "You can do it. Put together a consortium and try to account for them all. Promise them whatever they want."

Friday, May 19, 2006

On Second Thoughts

Maybe the British have a point about US nukes after all. When the US folds up, some of them could be lost or even used, which could screw up our plans a bit. Maybe we should think about this some more.

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Iraq and US Nukes

Oh yes, the Iraqis wanted some of the US nukes, but not all of them.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

US Nuclear Weapons

Had a visit from the British today. As usual worried about everyone else's interests, and they'd fixed on what happens to US nuclear weapons once the economy self-destructs. They want to send a brigade in to secure them. Frankly, I can't be bothered, but then unlike us, they're not going home.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

A Sensible Decision

Hooray for a sensible decision at last. The Supervisory Board met yesterday and decided to give France a miss for a while. The French are just too difficult a target, much smarter than the Americans or even the British. In the end, it doesn't matter if we can't bring the French economy down. As for 498, he's been sent off to manage the African Development Bank. Couldn't happen to a nicer Lyran.