More likely to get into bad hands

Perhaps the most ridiculous thing about this whole state of affairs is that it accidentally and insistently establishes the divide between the strategic (nukes) advantage of the U.S. and the tactical (nukes) advantage of Russia.  It's almost as if they never read Debord.

(And that "reserve" of unused strategy, just sitting around, a lodestone ticking down to collective half-life, while the worry remains that some of those tactics will go missing in search of bad hands.)

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