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(Minnesota Public Radio)   Osama bin Laden believed hiding outside St. Paul, Minnesota. For $325, you can join Navy SEALs to hunt him down and kill him   (minnesota.publicradio.org) divider line 5
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2012-08-18 05:49:17 AM
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This is pretty disturbing, not spiffy at all.
2012-08-18 05:42:13 AM
2 votes:
Well isn't this just... sick... *shakes head* oh human beings...
2012-08-18 07:42:50 AM
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UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: This sounds like a fun job. I'd love to work there.


FTFM
2012-08-18 07:39:58 AM
1 votes:
This is actually sick. These people are taking advantage of all the deaths on 9/11, and every death since then to make money. Money. The scumbag is dead, he's shark shiat now. It's time to move on and make the world a better place if we can. The best thing we can do is forget about him, and let his evil memory fade away. Like Hitler, Stalin, and any other master of evil, they all end up as dust, and their works along with them. Taking advantage of this monsters persona to make cash is reprehensible, and we all know it. It's just the same as when Princess Diana died, and they started selling Tshirts and memorial plates with her image, all cloaked in some bullshiat like "remember Diana with this lovey display plate that will hold her much loved image forever" or some crap like that. It wasn't about remembering her, it was about making money off her death. You people doing this should be ashamed of yourselves. Seriously.
2012-08-18 01:45:38 AM
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The raids come at a time when millions of Americans are playing other violent games inspired in part by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The most popular video games are first-person shooters, like Call of Duty.

Oh, screw you. The most popular games are about farming or catapulting birds into houses.

If you talk real video games instead of stuff that belongs to newgrounds back in '99, then it's colorful Nintendo stuff and sports games.

Even then, I don't think crashing virtual fighter jets into bunny-hopping virtual soldiers chasing each other with knives and rocket launchers is on the same level as firing real weapons at targets or a staged raid against an effigy.
 
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