Role-Playing Service Allows Americans To Act Out The Killing Of Osama Bin Laden

The 9/11 mastermind is dying a thousand deaths, in Minnesota, strangely. Via Oddity Central:

Retired Navy SEAL Larry Yacht opened Sealed Mindset, a 10,000-square-feet gun-safety and defense instruction center in New Hope, Minnesota, where he hosts a high-end role-playing game that offers people the chance to shoot and kill terrorist Osama Bin Laden.

Since its inauguration in April, 137 people have signed up to take out the Al-qaida leader in a re-enactment of the famous Pakistan raid. A man wearing a white robe and fake beard plays the dreaded terrorist and the would-be SEALS led by Yacht himself have to infiltrate his hideout, reach his room and finally take him out with a few paintball rounds.

The experience of taking out Osama bin Laden in the re-enactment of the famous SEALS raid costs $325, and according to the testimonies of previous participants, it’s totally worth the price.

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  • Camron Wiltshire

    “The 9/11 mastermind”  You mean Cheney right?  

  • DeepCough

    I think it’s great that the Navy SEALs are sharing this fantasy with the public.
    *wink, wink; nudge, nudge*

  • BuzzCoastin

    > re-enactment of the famous SEALS raid costs $325

    Uncle Homeland could never produce a show that cheap.
    When Uncle Homeland Wags the Dog, he spares no expense.

  • JaceD

    That’s quite the penis enlarger he has in his hand… I wonder where he stuck that thumb after he completed his mission?

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