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Tuesday, 14 September 2010

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ABOVE: Mexican insurgent drives toward military checkpoint.

U.S. Border Patrol agents fired gunshots into Mexico over the weekend, just to remind them who has the big, swinging d-ck in North America, using an attack during a marijuana seizure in Mission, Texas, as an excuse.

"Nuestros agentes recibieron disparos y que respondió con todo de la fuerte a Los Estados Unidos, vete pa' carajo, putos," said spokespeson Rosalinda Huey. "Oh, I am sorry. I thought you were from Telemundo. 'Our agents were being fired upon and they did respond with fire back into Mexico.'"

Agents seized over 1,000 pounds of marijuana during the incident, and turned in nearly 350 pounds, while yelling "Party at Agent Mike's, motherf--kers!" according to Huey.

The incident is under investigation by the Mexican government, like we give a sh-t what their opinion is.

This is not the first time the U.S. has fired a weapon randomly into a neighboring country.

In addition to the ill-fated "Fire a rifle into Canada for Sam" promotion co-sponsored by Opie and Anthony and Sam Adams Brewery, in June a border patrol agent in El Paso, Texas, fired into Mexico, killing a 15-year-old from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Surveillance video of the incident showed the teen throwing rocks at the agent before being shot.

"It was a big f--king rock, man!" said the agent.

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