Like most people when I first read the headline I thought, "Whoa Sam Fisher was taken by terrorists", but nope it turns out it's the other guy from Splinter Cell, still not sure who, but once they mentioned he also did voice over work for Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, I thought "Oh, ok, the evil prince, right on", so I continued reading and Joseph Smith man, this guy is tough as nails, at least that's what the article makes it sound like.

"My intention, once the bullets started flying, was to pretend, as I've learned from so many Second World War movies, that I was dead."  And playing dead worked — up to the point where it might have been fatal. That point arrived when the gunmen threw grenades and fire filled the room with smoke. Now, Rudder had a choice: suffocate or run.

How did he escape you ask? 

"To tell you the truth, I followed the bloodstains," he said.

That's just tough.  Seriously though, the terrorist attacks in Mumbai are no laughing matter lots of people died, as they almost always do in a terrorist attacks, but as CBC mentions in the article things like this hit me hard.

 Rudder came to India to learn about meditation. His American friends, a father and his 13-year-old daughter, were part of his study group.  "They're gone. They died in each other's arms as a matter of fact, right at the same table I was sitting at."

It's grade A Velveeta I know, but I don't doubt for a second that if I absolutely needed to, I'd wrap myself around Kel to take any bullets coming her way.  Unless ofcourse I had a gun.  Kel.

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