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freddsky
As Seen On T̶V̶
10:00 AM on 04/11/2013
Just as their leaders are able to shoot two dozen holes-in-one in five minutes, so their bull pucky, when added to solid rocket fuel, is able to extend the rocket's range by 10,000 miles!
jbad
Eeny,meeny,miney Moe, It's always Moe
09:59 AM on 04/11/2013
Whose portrait is that in the background of the missiles ? Kim jong wong dong un ? Don't recognize him. Might be a body double.
09:58 AM on 04/11/2013
Unfortunately for North Korea, most of the statement was drowned out by the Benny Hill theme song blaring in the background
09:54 AM on 04/11/2013
I for one say, go ahead and launch! It'll give us a reason to end this craziness once and for all.
Radiohost
We're lost, but we're making good time /Yogi Berra
09:54 AM on 04/11/2013
This may seem very random, but everybody should read World War Z. You will be glad to know that North Korea does not fare well during the Zombie Apocalypse...
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CarlIII
Liberal Virginian living in Remlap Alabama
10:12 AM on 04/11/2013
Replace the word "random" with the word "lame".
Radiohost
We're lost, but we're making good time /Yogi Berra
02:06 PM on 04/11/2013
Obviously you haven't read the book.
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GeorgiaBulldog
How 'bout them Dawgs!
10:14 AM on 04/11/2013
I LOVE THAT BOOK!
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Forestgunk
Veteran, citizen, businessman, professor, father,
09:53 AM on 04/11/2013
Remember Kim Jong Un, we are the only nation to have used nuclear weapons to end a war. We will speak softly, but remember we carry a very "big stick"!!!

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niceguy71653
10:20 AM on 04/11/2013
Sorry, Obama doesn't have a "big stick". Just ask Michele.
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LindaK9975
Life is an experience
10:44 AM on 04/11/2013
Michelle seems pretty happy to me. You need to quit worrying about what's in other men's pants. It's time for you to come out of the closet.
hopewlguy
nothing succeeds like excess
10:20 AM on 04/11/2013
wonderful, fanning you.
09:49 AM on 04/11/2013
The old grey missile test.
09:46 AM on 04/11/2013
Where is Tony Saprono when you need him?
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10:28 AM on 04/11/2013
LOL LOL LOL
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09:45 AM on 04/11/2013
Mr Kim please fire your missle - then Korea will be reunited and your own people will put you out of you misery - China and Russia aren't going to bail you out this time
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JamesScott
10:29 AM on 04/11/2013
We don't think China and Russia would bail him out, but we can't be sure.
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carolprudm
11:08 AM on 04/11/2013
Yup, that is the danger.
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SocialistDistortion
Still waiting for my Reagan phone
09:39 AM on 04/11/2013
Be careful about beating those war drums.  If this goes down...you, your kids, and grandkids are going to be getting the call.  No playing keyboard commando this time.  This is a regime that has nothing left to lose and knows deep down it doesn’t stand a chance against the US/ROK.  That means they’ll probably take down as many people with them as they can before they go down in flames.  Think about what that means for a second before you crank your Lee Greenwood albums up.  Do you really want to subject yourself, your children, or grandchildren to a situation like that?  
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NOT ONE MORE.
10:10 AM on 04/11/2013
That's what I was thinking too. F & F
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raidrmik67
10:13 AM on 04/11/2013
I guess if I lived in Guam or Japan I MIGHT be a bit more worried. They would get off ONE shot which will probably get intercepted, the ensuing carnage to N. Korea would be considerable. They don't have the resources for a nuclear arsenal, they can't produce the fuel needed to be replaced every few months in these rockets, in fact most of our own ICBM's aren't even fueled up anymore.
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SocialistDistortion
Still waiting for my Reagan phone
10:19 AM on 04/11/2013
I agree with you on that.  But I was referring to more of a conventional ground war in which the DPRK might wait until they’re on the verge of collapse and then unleash their nuclear arsenal not just on South Korea and Japan, but on their own soil as well...and wipe out everyone in range...civilians as well as US/DPRK/ROK troops.  
 
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Ed whowannaknow
10:23 AM on 04/11/2013
Um, ours are solid fuel. Dont need refueling every few months and can be stored for "long periods"
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Shah Deeldar
Speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues
09:38 AM on 04/11/2013
Ignore and relax! Shoot down these missiles if you can. If they hit South Korea or Japan, hit harder with precision!
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HazelPethigFan
I don't know until I know
09:38 AM on 04/11/2013
N Korea is starting to remind me of the Duchy of Grand Fenwick. The mouse that roared. Kim Jung wants a Marshall Plan.
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brooce
Industrial Artist
09:33 AM on 04/11/2013
NK has taken a page right out of Hollywood. Meat suit, nip slips-all the stuff to get attention in order to sell your goods. The missle launch talk and all the bluster seems to be little more than a pre-sales extravaganza. Given NK sells arms to a lot of countries, seems all this "noise" has got a lot of people noticing.
The big show is not much more than a sales demonstration. Clever little fatman has cost us all a lot of what the hey!
09:31 AM on 04/11/2013
Bottle rockets at the ready!
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Hanover Fiste
guilty as a cat in a goldfish bowl
09:27 AM on 04/11/2013
I am a lot more worried about the paranoid freak down the block hoarding guns and ammo than I will ever be about North Korea.
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jdl7117
Self Reliance is true satisfaction.
10:19 AM on 04/11/2013
If war ever reaches our borders, the ones you now fear will be the ones you seek out for help.
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Hanover Fiste
guilty as a cat in a goldfish bowl
10:06 PM on 04/12/2013
War? If Kin invades he will be the first country beside the U.S. to do so since 1990,
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tnash26170
10:20 AM on 04/11/2013
I have been in 90-100 countries around the world, including many times behind the old Iron Curtain. The US is the only place where I did not feel safe, mainly because "law abiding" is a self-reference and anyone needing a gun should always be suspect.