The Cold War began following the end of World War II when the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR or the Soviet Union) emerged as the world's two superpowers, and subsequently the world's greatest prick-waving competition began.more...
At the end of World War II Europe lay in ruins. The Soviet Union took hand to several Eastern European countries while the United States and Britain took on the Western and some southern countries. Many countries, such as Greece at the end of WWII which were occupied by the Nazis fell into civil war with two sides fighting against each other, each taking the influence of either Western political ideals or Soviet ideals. Once everything was set, there were now two sides: half of Europe under the influence of Western policies and the other half under Soviet. The two sides opposed each other and as the two sole superpowers, worked to try and gain the sphere of political influence on the world. Communism spreading and the United States working frantically to try and contain it in a series of proxy wars. And so began what would be known as the world's biggest and greatest prick-waving competition in excistence.
To put it in a nutshell, at the start of the Cold War, the United States, and it's capitalistic ideals, and the Soviet Union, with it's communist ideals, both had just about equally sized penises. It was now a battle to impress the world of which had the bigger penis in order to try and influence it. The U...
A once nice city in Russia, which is now a nuclear wasteland. In 1986 a catastrophic accident happened at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, spreading radiation throughout the city, forcing them to evacuate the population of 49,400 people.
In Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare, the city of Chernobyl is featured in the missions 'All Ghillied Up' and 'One shot, One kill' and in the online level 'Bloc'.
"Fifty-thousand people used to live here, and now it's a ghost town."
Anything that compares to the extremity of a nuclear explosion or power produced from nuclear energy. Anything that is desribed as being nuclear, the awesomeness level or epicness is at the max.! Nothing is more awesome or intense. An idea invented that would create great results would be considered nuclear!
Anything that compares to being epic! That song played at the party was nuclear! It got the whole place popping! That movie was nuclear, not one person could stop laughing!
1. A cat which is cute
2. A master of weaponry
3. The pinnacle of the ultimate apocalypse, Armageddon
5. The which has a power level of over 9000
6. Did you notice that i skipped 4? I'll bet you did
Person 1 - "Wow, what a cute cat!"
Person 2 - "Not only is it cute, it has a huge weapon closet, a power level of over 9000, and in that weapon closet is an array of super-sized I.C.B.M.s."
Person 1 - 0 . 0
A person who was contaminated by the radiation from the Chernobyle Nuclear Power Plant.
I go home, I'd go dancing. I'd meet a girl I liked and say, "Lets get to know one another." And she would say, "What your? You're a Chernobylite now. I'd be scared to have your kids."
~Voices of Chernobyle
(1) A reference to the nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan.
(2) Explosive rupture of the rectal containment vessel due to intestinal reactor meltdown — creating a vast, uninhabitable dead zone for several centuries.
Stay away from the bathroom — I just did a Fukushima.
That big bean burrito gave me a Fukushima.
Uh oh — where's the toilet? I think I just ate a Fukushima burger.
1. Machine for covering up the military-industrial complex fuck ups (like meltdowns of Chernobyl or Tepco's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex with millions of tons of boron, sand, and concrete, in the hopes that, once out of sight (like the oil above the water in the BP Gulf of Mexico spill), nuclear terror will dissipate, and the public will go back to watching reality television.
2. A sensible person who puts putzes (like screw up executives who only think of having eight hours of back up battery life for the water cooling pumps) in their place, and makes them accountable legally and financially. Alas, the Putzmeister may be mythical. When was the last time that nuclear power executives were held accountable for poisoning the soil, water, air, plants, cows, or people?
The US is sending the Putzmeister that is being used to blend 32 tons of plutonium with Uranium as an "atoms for peace" initiative to Japan. It will be "too hot to handle" and will stay in Japan after burying the Fukushima reactor.