Originally Posted By: Ted Remington
Reminds me of the time Pancho Villa was warring with the US Army along the Rio Grande. He got word that the US was sending Monitor-like shallow draft gunboats (think swift boats) up the Rio Grande to attack his stronghold.

At a meeting with his lieutenants to discuss strategy, one of his aides, a former naval person, suggested scuttling garbage scows at the mouth of the Rio Grande to blockade the river. Villa sneered, "Barges? Barges? We don't need no sinking barges."

(Tresure of the Sierra) Madre!!

You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete.
R. Buckminster Fuller