There’s a new missile in Tallahassee, but it’s not the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) weapon capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. It’s a 14-foot Intercontinental Ballistic Love Missile and it’s in Eddie andNancy Gines’ front yard, decorated with hearts and cupids for Valentine’s Day.
The Gines family calls the Love Missile “Cupid 1” and inside an info box are copies of the love manifesto that goes with it, including “love action” ideas, like “smile often,” “befriend neighbors,” and “plant a tree.” The family spent three weeks building it out of wooden pallets and air conditioning duct and the idea of the Love Missile is to poke fun at North Korea’s weapon of mass destruction and the social media beef between Trump and Kim Jong Un.
“Really, we have a powerful weapon already that would wipe out the weapons of mass destruction. And that's love," says Gines. "We each have the capacity to be love and share love, and an endless supply within our hearts and souls to share that.”
Source: USA Today