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(Yahoo)   2010 murder of American citizen on Falcon Lake now linked to Mexican cartel leader "Commander Squirrel", at least according to FBI agents Boris and Natasha Badanoff   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 60
    More: Followup, FBI agents, Commander Squirrel, American citizens, Mexican, Americans, Nuevo Leon, AKA the Squirrel, u.s. homeland security  
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2012-10-09 12:44:15 PM

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: CrappityCrap: This crap has gone on too long. We need to start shooting anyone trying to cross into our borders. Mexico's doomed, there's nothing that can be done to fix that place. short of bombing every square inch of that worthless country and rebuilding from scratch once everyone is dead.

I think we tried that, but ended up shooting our own agents on patrol instead.


Then they oughta quit hiring idiots or at least learn the difference between an agent and an immigrant.
 
2012-10-09 01:55:25 PM

Harry Freakstorm: "A squirrel is a crafty animal. He is swift and decisive and knows his enemies well. He is cunning and calculates every move he makes. There is no creature that I would rather be known as than a squirrel.

And they also have lovely coats of soft fur and cute little hands that grasp. I admire that about them too."
-Commander Squirrel on why he is known as Commander Squirrel.


Ever seen a squirrel in the street when a car approaches? the freeze, stand up to get a better look, then usually run the same direction the car is going, and get smashed flat.
Nice try to take the sting out of that obviously negative nickname dude!

Pre planning and calculation are NOT traits I would attribute to a squirrel.
Do they even have squirrels in the Mexican Desert?
 
2012-10-09 04:24:20 PM

Magorn: I'm not a jingoist and I generally dislike chest-thumping and gunboat diplomacy, but I feel about this story the same way i feel about the death of the American Ambassador and the deaths of two CIA agents who were shot by Federales acting as hitman for another cartel: If you knowing kill or target an American citizen, you can consider yourself to have signed your own death warrant. In the interests of diplomacy, we shouldgive local authorities a decent chance to bring you in their way.

But if they can't or won't, you should never take an untroubled breath again in your hopefully short life. Every time you hear a plane engine you should be afraid that it's a drone coming for you, every motorcycle that passes you might be an assassain hired to end your life, every creak of a floorboard in the middle of the night could be the footfall of a covert-ops wetwork team coming to finish you


i like that you use a few words & phrases most people will never utter in their lifetime. on the other hand it is pretty much common knowledge that many folks in Mexico are always up to some illegal activity. if someone is foolish enough to place themselves in the vicinity they just might get caught up in the action. there is more than one True Crime genre TV show about well to do white americans that enjoy doing recreational activities in mexico paying the price. if they are smart enough to be able to make a living that affords them jetskis or (as in one of the crime TV shows) Winnebagos and dirtbikes, they should also be clever enough to enjoy their luxury recreational items in a safe environment. these people are so used to being entitled they behave as if they are above it all and they learn the hard way. fark them. fark them right up the a. and clearly you read too many cheap paperbacks. 'wetworks' indeed.
 
2012-10-09 04:40:32 PM

oldernell: Natasha was not married to Boris. Her last name is Fatale. Where is fact checker when you need them.


I thought her last name was "Salad".
 
2012-10-09 06:31:47 PM
Natasha's last name is a pun on the phrase femme fatale, with emphasis on the "fatal" part; in keeping with that, Natasha was drawn as a shapely, attractive looking woman. However, in nearly all episodes, the character is identified only as Natasha, with no surname.

She was originally known as "Natasha Nogoodnik"


...She'll always be Natasha Nogoodnik to me...

/'cause that's what they called her in the cartoons I saw as a kid...
 
BHK
2012-10-09 06:31:53 PM
Love all the internet swagger about how awesome are US drones and how "we" will kill those bad guys who kill Americans. After all, Americans are superior in every way to anyone else anywhere. Besides, everyone knows that rights are only for Americans, the Constitution says so! the Constitution even says that Americans can enter any country and not only impose political systems and leadership, but exact vengeance. The fact that scores of innocent people die for every alleged, I mean, definite (because American justice is infallible,) baddy killed by drone or other form of assassination does not seem to bother the internet tough guy one bit.
 
2012-10-09 06:46:26 PM

BHK: Love all the internet swagger about how awesome are US drones and how "we" will kill those bad guys who kill Americans. After all, Americans are superior in every way to anyone else anywhere. Besides, everyone knows that rights are only for Americans, the Constitution says so! the Constitution even says that Americans can enter any country and not only impose political systems and leadership, but exact vengeance. The fact that scores of innocent people die for every alleged, I mean, definite (because American justice is infallible,) baddy killed by drone or other form of assassination does not seem to bother the internet tough guy one bit.


It should?
 
2012-10-09 08:03:10 PM

BHK: Love all the internet swagger about how awesome are US drones and how "we" will kill those bad guys who kill Americans. After all, Americans are superior in every way to anyone else anywhere. Besides, everyone knows that rights are only for Americans, the Constitution says so! the Constitution even says that Americans can enter any country and not only impose political systems and leadership, but exact vengeance. The fact that scores of innocent people die for every alleged, I mean, definite (because American justice is infallible,) baddy killed by drone or other form of assassination does not seem to bother the internet tough guy one bit.


Fact: US drones have a lower rate of collateral damage than hijacked 767's.
 
2012-10-09 09:04:04 PM
Who you gonna call?

www.wyomingoutdoorsradio.com
 
2012-10-09 09:17:02 PM
Wanted for questioning...

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