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  • "U.S. officials believe is aimed at showing the world its missiles can strike anywhere."

    They can already do that. Unfortunately for NK, 'anywhere' is still currently random.
  • ElLoco: "U.S. officials believe is aimed at showing the world its missiles can strike anywhere."

    They can already do that. Unfortunately for NK, 'anywhere' is still currently random.


    Knowing Best Korea, that's probably by design.
  • "Anywhere" meaning a random spot in the ocean
  • "expected to take place between Monday and Dec. 22" Author should be sent to North Korea without papers for writing that. Use compatible units when describing a range!
  • Nice headline. "World on edge ahead of N. Korea's pending satellite launch"....

    really? the world is on edge about this?
  • On a somewhat related note that would probably have come up anyway, I'm curious what the most realistic scenario is for the future of "Best Korea".

    The world, particularly America, China and Russia, seem to be entirely apathetic about the brutal regime of a few thousand that sees millions of people living under the unending fear of torture, execution, and constant famine that has seen millions die and entire generations left malnourished and underdeveloped while a stone's throw away lies arguably the most technologically advanced civilization and city in the world.

    How does the whole thing end? Is there a plausible non-military solution to the dilemma?

    I mean it would be an undertaking like East/West Germany, but magnified tenfold. Generations of brainwashed people, millions and millions of starving people, capital investment requirements from the South that would make the German solidarity tax look like a pittance, etc.

    I've been meaning to see if there's a recent book written on the topic.
  • 81 seconds? Phhsssht, I could last longer

    /she knew better
  • Best Korea's third string rocket scientists hoping they'll get to see Christmas...
  • Best Korea can strike any time. Anywhere! Without warning!!!

    (Unless there's snow)
  • 7480325115184371z: onstant famine that has seen millions die and entire generations left malnourished and underdeveloped while a stone's throw away lies arguably the most technologically advanced civilization and city in the world.


    North Korea isn't close to Europe.
  • I wish they would hit Fox News.
  • North Korea says it has only peaceful intentions, but the impoverished and chronically belligerent nation

    That is probably the greatest description of Best Korea I've ever read
  • 7480325115184371z: The world...seem to be entirely apathetic about the brutal regime of a few thousand that sees millions of people living under the unending fear of torture, execution, and constant famine that has seen millions die and entire generations left malnourished and underdeveloped while a stone's throw away lies arguably the most technologically advanced civilization and city in the world.


    You mean like the Soviet Union?
  • 7480325115184371z: On a somewhat related note that would probably have come up anyway, I'm curious what the most realistic scenario is for the future of "Best Korea".

    The world, particularly America, China and Russia, seem to be entirely apathetic about the brutal regime of a few thousand that sees millions of people living under the unending fear of torture, execution, and constant famine that has seen millions die and entire generations left malnourished and underdeveloped while a stone's throw away lies arguably the most technologically advanced civilization and city in the world.

    How does the whole thing end? Is there a plausible non-military solution to the dilemma?

    I mean it would be an undertaking like East/West Germany, but magnified tenfold. Generations of brainwashed people, millions and millions of starving people, capital investment requirements from the South that would make the German solidarity tax look like a pittance, etc.

    I've been meaning to see if there's a recent book written on the topic.


    All they need to do is discover oil, uranium, gold, or some rare metals used in electronics manufacturing and the liberation of the downtrodden people of North Korea will be the most important issue in the world.
  • Wouldn't it be great if it went right into Pyongyang and detonated perfectly
  • Sorry I meant "Wouldn't it be terrible if it went right into Pyongyang and detonated perfectly"
  • scotchcrotch: "Anywhere" meaning a random spot in the ocean


    They'll let us know what the target was after its successful flight and controlled descent.

    Just be patient.
  • 7480325115184371z: On a somewhat related note that would probably have come up anyway, I'm curious what the most realistic scenario is for the future of "Best Korea".

    The world, particularly America, China and Russia, seem to be entirely apathetic about the brutal regime of a few thousand that sees millions of people living under the unending fear of torture, execution, and constant famine that has seen millions die and entire generations left malnourished and underdeveloped while a stone's throw away lies arguably the most technologically advanced civilization and city in the world.

    How does the whole thing end? Is there a plausible non-military solution to the dilemma?

    I mean it would be an undertaking like East/West Germany, but magnified tenfold. Generations of brainwashed people, millions and millions of starving people, capital investment requirements from the South that would make the German solidarity tax look like a pittance, etc.

    I've been meaning to see if there's a recent book written on the topic.


    Nothing to Lose is excellent.
  • martid4: Did someone blink?


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    I wish one of the guys on the left would get my bags and show me to my room.

    Hey... fat boy on the right... could ya catch the door. There might be a sandwich in it for ya. C'mon... chop chop.
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    "Man, look at those people eat - you'd think they'd never seen food before!"

    "Ummm, wait,,,,"
  • boozehat: Nice headline. "World on edge ahead of N. Korea's pending satellite launch"....

    really? the world is on edge about this?


    Yep. Waiting to burst out laughing when it either explodes harmlessly in mid-air, fails to get off the ground or winds up going so far off-course that other nations are going to retrieve it, give it back to them and say, "That was cute. Useless, but cute. You ARE a real country, Best Korea!"
  • I want to see Japan shoot down the missile if it leaves Best Korea in any direction. It would be fun to watch Great Leader's face as that happened.
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