Skip to comments.SEAL-spotting becomes local sport in Virginia Beach after bin Laden raid
Posted on 05/13/2011 11:43:15 AM PDT by Meet the New Boss
VIRGINIA BEACH Finding a Navy SEAL in this city should be easy. This is where hundreds of Americas most elite warriors are based. This is where their heroic exploits are celebrated and retold, especially since a team of Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden in a bold raid on the al-Qaeda masterminds Pakistani hideout.
But finding a real, active-duty SEAL in this beach resort not to mention one of the 20 or so members of SEAL Team 6 who swept into bin Ladens compound early this month is like chasing echoes in a fun house.
Its wise not to be too nosy in some places, however, because asking too many questions about the SEALs raises alarms. At Hot Tuna Bar & Grill on Shore Drive, no one on staff wanted to talk with a journalist about their SEAL customers. When a young woman in a bachelorette party started talking about how five or six SEALs had visited the place on Cinco de Mayo, a manager rushed over to expel the reporter.
As if on cue, a couple eavesdropping from the next table butt in. They want to see some press credentials.
Except to say that they are military and have unspecified security clearances, neither the buzz-cut young man nor his date wants to identify themselves. But the young woman, her eyes locked on like radar, suggests that al-Qaeda terrorists might pose as journalists to find out what brand of floor cleaner the restaurant uses, obtain an identical container and fill it with a deadly biological agent.
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I just thought of a way to deal with the media types.
We blindfold them and tell them we are going to take them to meet the seals.
Then we take them to the Virginia Aquarium and dump them in the seal tank.
Bring back the Viking Kitties!
ADVICE FOR DEALING WITH SEALS:
1. Do not try to find SEALs.
2. Do not give SEALs a reason to try and find you.
H’mmm I can just see the announcement: EPA declares that the decreased spotting of SEALS at Norfolk indicates that it is an endangered species and orders all residents and within 100 miles north and south along the coast line and 20 miles inland be evacuated and all structures be torn down so as to return the Norfolk area to its pristine environment that enabled a large SEAL population to exist between 1000 BC and 1600 AD.
These SEALS are already an endangered species. And so are their families.
you can thank the Putz in the White Hut for this one. The Clown shooting his Mouth off every 5 Minutes about how is Orambo ,the Pussy
Very perseptive! This might cure the fake SEAL disease that infects so many cowards.