Obama Watching Osama's Downfall is Almost Flickr's Most-Viewed Photo of all Time

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It takes a fair amount of badass to become the most-viewed photo of all time on Flickr, but the photo of Obama, Hillary Clinton and other officials watching Osama bin Laden's capture is well on its way to knocking a lame (by comparison) photo of Nohkalikai Falls, Cherraphunjee off the pedestal.

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Uploaded on the 2nd of May at 10am Pacific Time on the White House's Flickr account, the photo already has over 1.5 million views. It looks likely to get over 2.978m views, which is what the Nohkalikai Falls photo has had since it was uploaded in 2006, so if you can about world peace, freedom, and all that shizz, hop on over to the look and press F5 a couple of times. [Flickr via TechCrunch]

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Hang on, you are suggesting that the best way to promote World peace and freedom is to promote a picture of an action by a country with a massive combined military, on foreign soil, without the permission of that country?

How about pictures of tanks roiling into Poland?

P.S. For the Jingoistic Dickheads. I am in no way condoning terrorism. I am just taking issue with the idea that promoting a picture of Team America World Police is the best thing for world peace.