Thursday, December 04, 2008

Terrorists On Crack

















One of the primes suspects behind the terror attacks in Mumbai last week is Tony Yayo. The terrorists left behind Mr. Yayo’s calling card, in the form of spoons and syringes. When the booger sugar ran out, they had some LSD. Because they are animals.

Now I understand why they trashed hotels.

If there is a glimmer of hope to be found in the wake of Mumbai’s sorrow, it is knowing that terrorists prefer one of the most physically destructive and expensive drugs on the planet. Blow has the potential to demoralize and bankrupt terror cells before we do. If that is the silver lining I can have today, I’ll take it.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good morning, Mojo! Glad to hear you can go to sleep peacefull and with hope.

LV

Mojopo said...

LV, I sleep peacefully and with hope because of better living through chemistry. That's the only reason I enjoy my four hours a night. Bless Ambien. Amen!

Minnie-sota said...

Morning, Mojo. I hope your four hours were peaceful. :-)

Anonymous said...

It's my understanding that this is a M.O. of modern terrorists these days. They get themselves all whacked out on a combination of street drugs and then blow themselves and everyone around them up. Simple!!! =) You got to keep it simple 'cause theyz fuged up.


p.s. I love Ambien too! I finally sleep all through the night again.

Anonymous said...

p.s.s. Sean Hannity and Joe O'Biden are Irish a-holes!!!

PapaPig said...

My buddies cam back from Nam, talking about the same thing. Drugs and war go back thousands of years.

The guys said they would shoot a Viet Cong in the chest and they kept walking and shooting at them, since Opium was their drug of choice. Part of where the M16 got it's bad name (besides it jams all the time), as it would literally knock someone down like an M1. I remember people actually shipping M1's and ammo to troops in Viet Nam. Remember the restrictions on thing were not Nazi like in those days and the rifles got to the troops.

Ok I quit this was too violent of a post. But it's to the point of two things, drugs and war are an old thing. Two what you can send into a war zone has changed a lot.

Mojopo said...

Papa, actually - that's good info. I didn't know about the Opium and rifles from home. How very interesting. And sad.