|Guess which one of these events didn't make the news.|
My first concern with this is how taking 10 years to find a 54 year old man is considered a great success. Seriously the American military budget is like 500 billion dollars, and they have missiles that can navigate streets, they can monitor all your emails and phone calls, yet he eluded them, he must be some hider.
|Osama's proud parents|
|"Yeah, I don't see him, let's go home."|
|"Wow, that's new should we see who lives there?:|
"Nah they obviously don't want to be bothered let's leave it."
|"Look $4.80 is just ridiculous price for Milk"|
|"This O bin Laden guy sure likes his Harry Potter"|
|"Dad, Grey's Anatomy is starting, can't you just TiVO this?"|
That seems rather convenient doesn't it? Can I see the body? - Ah no I we pushed him out to sea, as is the burial customs of his culture.
|Because apparently Osama was part Viking|
So it would seem more like either a way to hide the fact that it wasn't actually Osama, or a cover up after some of the crew accidentally dropped the body overboard, whilst re-enacting "Weekend at Bernie's".
|"Oh Crap, who is going to tell Sarge?"|
The other thing that amuses me, is the news stories how it is safe to travel again, and this spells the end of Al-queda now that Osama is dead. The problem is I think given the 10 year gap, Osama has probably set up a decent infrastructure so that the entire organisation isn't dependant on him being alive.
|"Come on let's go home Osama, was the only one who knew what to do with these things"|
If anything this will give the group something to rally around, and they will probably increase activity over the next couple of months/years.