The New Collectible Osamabobber Positions Soggy-bottomed Al-Qaeda Leader Osama bin Laden as a Vehicle for "Giving Back" with a Humorous Product Line.

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As a means of celebrating our military and Operation Neptune Spear, responsible for propelling 9/11 terrorist Osama bin Laden toward his true destiny of becoming “shark bait,” a Glen Allen, Virginia company has created the OSAMABOBBER.

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We created the OSAMABOBBER as a way to give back to our brave troops, who put their lives on the line every single day, while still having some fun.

The OSAMABOBBER is an actual working bobber that allows any fisherman (or landlubber, for that matter) to experience the thrill of sending (code name for Osama bin Laden) “Geronimo” to a watery grave every time they cast their line.

Also available are T-shirts, hats and visors, mugs, sweatshirts and more, in a choice of three and more to come. For every item sold, the creators of the OSAMABOBBER will donate ten percent to a charity supporting one of the U.S. Armed Forces — at the consumer’s preference.

“We created the OSAMABOBBER as a way to give back to our brave troops, who put their lives on the line every single day, as well as to their families, who make enormous sacrifices for their loved ones in the armed forces, as well as for our country, while still having some fun with this” says one of the co-creators.

Crafted with quality materials, the OSAMABOBBER shows the waterlogged Al-Qaeda leader with a bloody bullet hole over his left eyebrow. Both original and hand-painted, limited editions of the bobber are available. And for those who want to display their OSAMABOBBERS proudly, a shell-casing (sold separately), made from 100% solid American Hardwood in the same proportions as a .40 Caliber round, fills the bill perfectly.

Currently, the creators of the OSAMABOBBER wish to be anonymous because they prefer that the donations speak for themselves.

“What we’re able to give back is infinitely more important than who we are,” they all agree.

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