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Watch LIVE: Chilean Miners Rescued, Brought to Surface

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As of this posting, nine of 33 trapped Chilean miners had been brought to the surface in a rescue operation which has garnered worldwide attention. The Guardian has a liveblog of the rescue.

Above, Osman Araya, the sixth miner to be brought to the surface.

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  1. Do you think any of them, ya know, did it while they were down there?

    Posted by: crispy | Oct 13, 2010 8:56:10 AM


  2. Wonderful they are finally getting out. While I am writing 13 of them rescued. I saw the first miner coming up and when his son saw him, the son started to cry. I think they were tears of relief, joy and happiness.

    (@Crispy, probably the most idiotic question to ask. Pull yourself together.)

    Posted by: Matt26 | Oct 13, 2010 9:55:55 AM


  3. Ahh, Matt. I guess you wouldn't appreciate my cannibalism question then.

    When they first lowered the capsule down into the mine last night, I totally thought the live video feed would go dead, there'd be a tense 15 minutes while no one knew what was happening, then that little wheel attached to the cable would slowly start to turn. When the capsule emerged from the ground, one of the miners would burst out of the cage gnashing his teeth and clawing his hands above his head, he's start screeching "BRAINS!!" and then he'd chomp off the Chilean president's head while everyone in Camp Hope panicked and ran for safety.

    I've seen way too many horror movies.

    Posted by: crispy | Oct 13, 2010 10:32:44 AM


  4. How come he's completely clean shaven? I don't get it.

    Posted by: Jeff | Oct 13, 2010 10:59:49 AM


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