Sunday, February 10, 2008

Israelis' new medical boost to continue screwing Palestinians?

From The Australian:

Israeli fighter pilots may soon be receiving Viagra-style pills to help them to perform better at greater heights, according to a study by military officials released yesterday.

While the potential use of anti-impotence pills may make pilots' enemies in the Middle East crack a joke or two at their expense, military researchers believe the ingredients that allow improved blood flow for men suffering from sexual problems may help flyers operating at very high altitudes.

The proposal, to be presented to the air force by a retired general, was developed from a study by Israeli doctors among climbers scaling Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, according to Bamahaneh, an official military magazine.

The study found that tadalafil, the active ingredient in Cialis, a Viagra-like drug, helped climbers to ward off fatigue.

With combat pilots operating hi-tech equipment in low-pressure environments, doctors believe the drug could enhance their operational abilities.


Yawnnnnnnnn ... those Israeli pilots have been screwing the Palestinians (with missiles, rockets and strafing) for so long that this will just be another proposal for them to continue doing so.

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