Written by dgwest7
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Tuesday, 22 September 2009

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The resurrected Bin Laden - "Am I with theTaliban or against Al Quaeda?"

Deep in his underwater cave, half starved of oxygen, the brilliant-minded thrice-born Bin Laden worked on his latest idea.

He called it 'enord', because it was designed to reverse drones.

His professional hackers working on their laptops in caves, charging their batteries by pedal power, had found a gateway into the drone software, and had begun to interpret the code.
They had discovered an emergency procedure which caused the drone to return to base, and after working for several nights, had discovered a method of triggering the emergency switch which initiated the return-to-base routine.

A second team had discovered a routine designed to avoid dangers when landing. by ejecting the pay load, and had also discovered the codes for triggering it.

So, in the length of time it takes a stoned camel to wander from the old base in an Afghani cave to the new base in the Pakistani hills, where DVDs will be produced explaining exactly how to cause a drone to return and blow up it's base, we can be expecting further news.

Breaking News

Every drone that has been launched in the past 24 hours has returned to base without dropping its bombs, or strafing any civilians at all. Instead the charges were dropped at the start of the runway, completely destroying the entire air base.

Osama Bin Laden (Sammy to his friends) said that he felt they could get the strafing mechanism working, but he was saving that for a military wedding in a drone base.

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