Senior Terror Analyst Aasif Mandvi joined Jon Stewart from "Boston" on last night's Daily Show to explain just how difficult it has been to pin down the brothers Tsarnaev: "For twelve years Americans have been told a nice little story about who the bad guys are, and what they look like," Mandvi said. The brothers in the Boston attack defy those stereotypes, and Dzhokhar, for one, has a name that can be turned into a plethora of anagrams, according to Mandvi: "From Overt Hazard Shank, to Zac Efron Sucks to Jello Pudding Pops." So, okay, maybe they aren't exactly anagrams, but still:
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