Wednesday, May 09, 2007

A Wile E. Coyote Production?

This has got to be the worst terrorist plot in the history of terrorism. Just a couple of guys, affiliated with no terrorist organization, sitting around masturbating to pictures of Osama Bin Laden who think it would be neat to participate in a jihad. They’ve seen some of those super cool training videos of future suicide bombers playing on jungle gyms and think it would be totally awesome to make one of their own. They’re whisked off for a romantic weekend in the Pocono’s for some firearms training. They make their awesome video, but realizing that VHS is a dying format, they decide to go to their local video store to have it converted it to DVD (it makes it easier to post it on Youtube), apparently not realize that they actually have to watch what they’re converting. Undeterred they formulate a plot. They’re going to attempt to storm a US MILITARY BASE and kill “as many soldiers as possible.” They decided on Fort Dix in southern Jersey. What was the basis of this decision? Dude, I delivered so many pizzas down there I know it like the palm of my hand. I also think Fort Dix made them giggle every time they said it, which was another determining factor. Clearly they failed to factor in that 5 guys storming a base containing thousands of soldiers using only a couple of assault rifles stand to last about 34 seconds before they’re all riddled with bullets. It’s cool though, as one of the conspirators stated, “it doesn’t matter. I’m doing it in the name of Allah.” It’s pretty hard to see the logic in this. How is shooting three or four soldiers before dying yourself further your cause in any way? I don’t get it. It’s a pretty scary scenario when 5 seemly average men who are living a relatively good life in America can still hate Americans to the point of taking this kind of action. How much more of this can we expect?

5 comments:

Rachel said...

It reminds me of Timothy McVeigh every time I read about home grown terrorism.

Anthony said...

You have to factor in the some of the people lived in Philadelphia (one lived in an apartment about a mile from where I grew up). Living there could drive anyone crazy

Los said...

I've been to that Circuit City they went to ... kind of weird in a not-so-weird kind of way.

jessy said...

i'm sick of reading this same blog. write something new or i'll be forced to actually work in my office. thank you.

Eric said...

You are correct Jessy, I have been slacking, I'll try to rememdy that.