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  Reply # 464548 2-May-2011 16:38
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Both sides have been killing each other for over a decade now, what will it take for this to finally end? This does not end with Bin Ladens death, someone else will get promoted to 'No.1' and so the cycle continues. When will humans learn that killing, right down to the very last bad guy, is still killing and only serves to fuel rage and the desire for revenge in others. There is still a long, long way to go here.




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  Reply # 464551 2-May-2011 16:45
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Well I guess now we can await the utter collapse of al queda, since they were notorious for their utterly centralised leadership... oh no, wait, thats not right at all...




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  Reply # 464555 2-May-2011 16:49
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This is good news, He probably shouldnt have brought that iphone after all




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  Reply # 464572 2-May-2011 17:11
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Bin laden with lead.

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  Reply # 464576 2-May-2011 17:16
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valtam: When will humans learn that killing, right down to the very last bad guy, is still killing and only serves to fuel rage and the desire for revenge in others.

Let's be realistic: Never. Not with the forces that have come to define the background for war being so strong.

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  Reply # 464580 2-May-2011 17:44
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This is great news. Although like others have mentioned they will strike back most likely. Will likely be in the next few months I would imagine while there blood is still boiling. Watch out world

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  Reply # 464602 2-May-2011 18:28
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^ lol. Funny tweets actually. Sounds like an awesome guy. Poor fellow was looking for some peace and quiet.




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  Reply # 464638 2-May-2011 21:03
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vinnieg:
Dratsab: It'll be interesting to see what the size and extent of backlashes will be and where they occur. Probably not quite so interesting for the people on the receiving end though.


Yeah I was wondering about that too.  I bet they'll start in Pakistan, since Obama repeatedly said "Pakistan's help was essential in leading the US to bin Laden". 

From the sound of things Pakistan's help was essential in hiding bin Laden from the US.

The recently democraticaly elected goverment were probably freaking out if/when they found out. Not a nice position to be in when terrorists are regularly picking off the more liberal minded among them.

The previous goverment was more or less a military based dictatorship used to holding many cards and pulling many strings.

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  Reply # 464647 2-May-2011 21:29
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Am I the only one here who doesn't care?

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  Reply # 464649 2-May-2011 21:31
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Who says you have to care to enjoy a good discussion?

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  Reply # 464655 2-May-2011 21:43
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On other news, I've heard Chuck Norris was flying back from a secret meeting in Pakistan...




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  Reply # 464657 2-May-2011 21:44
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Now Chuck Norris news is something I could get interested in...

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  Reply # 464659 2-May-2011 21:47
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freitasm: On other news, I've heard Chuck Norris was flying back from a secret meeting in Pakistan...


"Chuck Norris went and KO-ed Osama Bin Laden just so he could stop hearing about the royal wedding." 

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  Reply # 464662 2-May-2011 21:53
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Interesting... Isn't it convenient he's now dead, instead of singing at Gitmo? I mean, he would be guy to know about the JFK cover up, the fake moon landing, the government involvement in 9/11, the fake birth certificate and Ken Ring predicting another earthquake in New Zealand...





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