Monday September 8, 2008
Book 10: The Longshoreman of the Apocalypse — Part II: Enter the Longshoreman


Massey: Sergeant, "enough" violence in this case would probably destroy the entire habitat, and that much collateral damage would cause us additional problems.
Schlock: Which we could solve with more violence.
Massey: No, the scale of the problems would escalate beyond our ability to wreak havoc.
Massey: Put simply, we would run out of bullets long before we ran out of problems.
Schlock: Let me get my plasguns out of the lockbox. They never run out of bullets.