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Friday, January 25, 2008

Rambo's Favorite Ways to Kill a Man

Posted By on Fri, Jan 25, 2008 at 9:15 AM

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By Cole Haddon

Who hasn’t wondered about the best way to kill a man? It’s not like there are books to be found on Borders shelves specifying the sundry ways that exist to snuff out a human life either. So, in case we ever do feel the need to take out the jackass next door who likes to light Roman candles at three in the morning, we decided to consult with one of Hollywood’s most efficient killing machines, John Rambo, on the top ten ways to do what he does best.

10. Vehicle-mounted heavy machine gun.

It doesn’t matter if you’re taking on foot soldiers, an attack helicopter, or a motorized brigade, the vehicle-mounted heavy machine gun is, according to Rambo, the most effective way for a single man sans artillery to cause massive specific damage. In fact, Rambo says, with a vehicle-mounted heavy machine gun, one man is worth one hundred on the battle field (or garage roof).

9. Microphone. (Click on the top pic to read more in a slideshow format)

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