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U.S. Marines take back pirate-held ship off Somalia

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Oorah! Way to go Devil Dogs!

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“The pirates were angry and vandalized the ship badly,” he said.

HaHa! Poor sports. Glad the US stepped up to do the work the rest of the world is too sensitive to do. As usual. Sorry to any if you do the same but it certainly doesn't make the news as when the USA does it.

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OOO-Rah!!! < :-)

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No shots fired huh? I'm sure a few pirates crapped their pants when the Marines introduced themselves by politely pointing very nasty looking weapons in their stunned faces! Unfortunately we'll now waste money feeding and incarcerating them for awhile.

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Good job marines.

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NuckinFuts: I guess that like anyone else, they don't want to die.

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No one wants the Marines.................... until they actually need them.

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NuckinFutz- Navy times article this morning interviewing one of the boarders said that one of the pirates indeed crapped his pants.

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Marines are awesome!

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Great story! And lucky captured pirates. They´ll get asylum in a rich Western country and then can go on to fight their jihad against their hosts from the inside.

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Nailing pirates since 1801. Hoo-rah!

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When in doubt use bigger guns, very nice job.

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