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Osama Bin Laden's Porn Collection

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We found Bin Laden's porn!

This news comes courtesy of Reuters. And though Reuters admits that the supersecret CIA leakers who gave them this information can't confirm that the porn definitely belonged to Osama Bin Laden -- as opposed to, say, his wives or sons -- who cares? The interwebs have made up their own mind. It was Osama's porn, whether it was Osama's porn or not. And there is much rejoicing.

The most satisfying dose of Osamian porn pleasure may be found at Wired, where Spencer Ackerman writes:

This is a great day for America.

If this is a CIA information operation -- and how could it not be? -- it's the greatest one of all time. In public, bin Laden is the pious, self-proclaimed vanguard of a violent Islamic uprising. Alone in his compound, he's beating it like it owes him cash.

Spencer Ackerman is a poet.

What kind of porn did Osama look at? The CIA isn't talking. I'm gonna assume he got most of it from ParPar1. (Note: That link is not workplace safe.)


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