The minutia of terrorist Osama bin Laden's life in hiding (in what amounted to Pakistani luxury in a village where Lonely Planet recommends eight hotels and six restaurants) is weirdly fascinating. A great roundup of tidbits on Talking Points Memo.
* The neighborhood kids who kicked a soccer ball into the compound and weren't allowed to fetch it, but were given money instead.
* The groupies who fetched Pepsi and Coke and other namebrand goods from the neighborhood C-store.
* The computer-prepared will he drafted, which reportedly included an exhortation that his kids not go to the frontlines of the jihad.