“Fort Bliss wants to create a safer community — both on and off post — for families and children,” elpasotimes.com reports. “For the fifth straight year, the installation is organizing its Fort Bliss and El Paso Community Ammunition Amnesty Day, set for Aug. 30 at the Texas National Guard Armory, 9100 Gateway North. Anyone in the El Paso and Las Cruces areas can drop off unwanted ammo and explosives – with no questions asked – during the annual event. ‘It is free and it’s a great way to create safer communities,’ saidWesley Wolski, a quality assurance specialist in ammunition for the Fort Bliss Directorate of Logistics [above].” Note: it’s not April first. I’m not making this up. “Last year, about 17,000 rounds of small arms ammunition were turned in. Participants also turned in three or four boxes of chemicals used to make commercial-grade fireworks, some smoke grenades and road flares.” And here’s the kicker: “Both military-grade and commercial ammo will be collected. Military ammo is inspected and if it’s still usable, it will be put back into the Department of Defense’s supply chain.” Are you thinking what I’m thinking?