Current polemology indicates that replacing both tanks and planes with dromedaries would decrease casualties while increasing those marked by spit.

Oh, the science is most sincerely valid and the implementation of camel brigades should not be considered a farce as it would not only solve conflicts sans violence, but it would stand as more fuel-efficient as well.

There are murmurations amongst some odd-toed ungulates that camel brigades would react too slowly and possibly act quite reckless, but this horse-say has been associated with those jealous of the clearly more colourfully and carefully crafted blankets camels are known with which to be bestowed.

Perhaps the most uniquely beneficial advantage to engaging in dispute resolution with camels by one’s side, though, is that after an evening of either celebration or defeat is followed with a quench for hydration, it is okay to drink the entire canteen by the self without needing to share because, in fact, the camel buddies are just fine meeting their water-intake needs via the early morning’s cranreuch, even that which covers spiky, dry vegetation-yum. ; )

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