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Pictures From Mexican Drug Lord Raid

Submitted by Quartermain at 2013-01-11 21:05:21 EST
Rating: 0.0 on 4 ratings (14 reviews) (Review this item) (V)

This comes off less like a drug raid and more like the aftermath of a Bond film. This is what happens when James Bond is boning stewardesses on his way back to London and leaves MI6 to clean up.

Picture 1 - That is 22 million dollars in cash. 22 million.

Picture 2 - Insert preparing for the zombie apocalypse joke here.

Picture 3 - That's not a screen shot from The Matrix right before they rescue Morpheus. That's just the dude's basement.

Pictures 4 - 6 - You know he fed people to those cats. I totally would, if I were a drug kingpin. Why else would you have them?

More pictures here, if you're interested: http://www.gold-producers.com/mexican-drug-lords-home/







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Submitted by grÜeMaster emeritus and uberlord supreme at 2013-01-21 12:51:39 EST (#)
Rating: -2


Submitted by Yes at 2013-01-15 11:40:07 EST (#)

wild game > factory farmed, any day, any time.

Submitted by skrapmetal at 2013-01-14 14:50:32 EST (#)

Fair enough, Fallen. If you don't want to enjoy the minimally-processed all-natural, free-range, organically-raised fresh local fare, you certainly are entitled to stop into the Harris Teeter to buy cage-raised processed-feed-dieted steroid-and-antibiotic-ridden cannibal cow that a week or 10 days ago put the 'cute' in 'electrocute' and is now ground up and placed in neat packages on the cooler shelf. It's a free country; so I've been told. Do you go fishing at all?

One squirrel would be enough for a pot pie, by the way.

Submitted by FALLEN at 2013-01-14 14:07:44 EST (#)

1. a sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie, but I wont know because I wont eat the filthy motherfucker.

2. there is no need to kill a dumb aminal. The piggly wigly has burger by the pound so you dont have to kill 64 squirrels to get a pot pies worth of meat.

3. "tasty tasty rodents" are still rodents. see #1. cows and pigs are tastier and they come pre-killed.

Submitted by HurtByTheSun at 2013-01-14 13:51:20 EST (#)
Rating: -2

2010 called...

Submitted by skrapmetal at 2013-01-14 11:22:31 EST (#)

C'mon, Fallen. Next time you're out in the yard or a park, or somewhere where there are both squirrels and natural predators, watch what squirrels do when a hawk or eagle flies over. They run for the trunk of the tree and hide because they know they are in danger. The fact that squirrels don't run and hide when they see you only means they know you are not a threat to them. Like you said; you're not a hunter. Once you shoot a few off the bird feeders and the others see the two-leg with the boom-stick can kill them, they become a far more sporting quarry. They are smarter than you think they are; if I go in the yard, the squirrels do head for the trees but not nearly as fast or as far as they do when they see me in the yard *with* my .22. They know. Oh, yes; they know.

I had a Blackadder reference ready to go, but I can't find it now. Something to do with hating squirrels.

Submitted by SilvrWolf at 2013-01-14 09:58:29 EST (#)

Do we need to give rats and mice a sporting chance, too, you bleeding-heart fag? Squirrels are rodents - tasty, tasty rodents.


Submitted by FALLEN at 2013-01-14 08:45:54 EST (#)

I'm not a hunter but follow along.

squirrel "hunting" is not correct.
If one hunts a deer, or a bear,or a rabbit, or whatever, the hunter must wait and use camo. Items to mask the hunters look and scent, tree stands to hide in, duck blinds to hide behind.

why? beacuse most prey will see the hunter and try to escape/avoid. This will then require the hunter to in fact, hunt.

A squirrel will sit in a tree, if the hunter aproches the squirrel said squirrel will twitch its tail. Unless you charge at the squirrel it may simply wander over a few feet away to maintain distance from you.

TL:DR you do not "hunt" them, you shoot them. Not very sporting

Submitted by skrapmetal at 2013-01-12 19:05:19 EST (#)

I dunno, Silvr. 5.7mm is far too much round for a squirrel, provided you could even get ammunition for it. Yes it'd be a dead squirrel, which is the promary goal, but a .22 makes it just as dead with far less worry and expense. Now, deer, on the other hand...

Guy at the range I frequent has one of these http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haiqFcIXTqs on a Ruger 22/45. With SubSonics you can hunt foxes in the chicken coop with it and not wake the chickens. $75 for the thing and a $200 tax stamp, and it's yours.

Relax, Roady. You're safe.

Submitted by RoadSong at 2013-01-12 16:45:05 EST (#)
Rating: 2

Picture 2 - Insert preparing for the zombie apocalypse joke here.
Squirrel murderers below! runnnnnn...:)

Submitted by SilvrWolf at 2013-01-12 14:51:06 EST (#)

I [partly] disagree about the squirrels, skrap. The P90s pictured would do squirrels in nicely. The 5.7mm round is less than .25 cal and with the accuracy of the FN, you could pop their little heads off all day long. It would have the likelihood of sending rounds excessively far downrange if you used the standard LAP rounds, though, but they make JHPs for them now. Of course, where I hunt squirrels, there isn't a house within 3 miles, so I'd probably be safe.

Gawd, I want one so bad! They make a civilian model now. I've never wanted such an ugly gun in my life, but man, do they shoot fucking sweet.

Submitted by skrapmetal at 2013-01-12 07:39:30 EST (#)

Notice that almost all of that cash is US currency. Americans are all about boycotting vendors they don't like and putting them out of business - how about boycotting Mexican drugs? No Mexican drugs, so no shipping all that cash down there, so no need for all those violent people who carry those guns to protect the cash and the drug trafficking system, so lots of people don't get killed. And, wait... AND, just from that guy's house there's 22 million more dollars available in the US that the people can spend on things like their kids and their community and the welfare of those worse off than themselves, or (more likely) good ol' Made-In-The-USA drugs. Just a thought.

Also: what ilikesteak said.

Also also: pointless to hunt squirrel with anything in those pics. If you hit one there'd be nothing useful left of it, and even if you hit it, the shot would still go unsafely far down range. Safe hunting is happy hunting, you know.

Submitted by ilikesteak at 2013-01-12 06:00:28 EST (#)

These feel like old photos, and somebody did this exact same thing already, though possibly without the cats.

Submitted by asmasta808 at 2013-01-12 03:17:38 EST (#)
Rating: 2

damn. he must have BIG squirrel hunting fetish!!

Homer: Look at that. I'm the first non-Brazilian person to travel
backwards through time.

Mr. Peabody:
Correction, Homer, you're the second.

That's right, Mr. Peabody!

Mr. Peabody:
Quiet, you.

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