semiotix: Its function is straightforward but important. Whenever leader Kim Jong-un is mentioned, his name is automatically displayed ever so slightly bigger than the text around it. Not by much, but just enough to make it stand out.See, this is why my money is on this extremely detail-oriented regime, hateful though it is. All the United States' sanctions get us is more hungry people angry at us. Meanwhile, in just a few lines of code, they're making people love them without even knowing why.
Anthracite: Why don't we go over and free them ? just asking...does it have to do with China or Russia?
JesusJuice: pastorkius: JesusJuice: Anthracite: Why don't we go over and free them ? just asking...does it have to do with China or Russia?Why should we risk the lives of our citizens in order to give freedom to a people obviously don't want it? You get the leaders you deserve, and the North Koreans must be some pretty shiatty people to deserve the Kims.Yeah, why don't they just vote out their single party dictatorial government?I was actually thinking of having a revolution. If they're not willing to die to be free, why should anyone else?
flux: I didn't realize DPNK had its own Juche calendar. That's wild. Especially because it means Kim Jong Il died near the end of Juche 100. That seems to line up unexpectedly well with such a large, round number.
dittybopper: "In order to make sure the mobile phone frequencies are not being tracked, I would fill up a washbasin with water and put the lid of a rice cooker over my head while I made a phone call," said one interviewee, a 28-year-old man who left the country in November 2010.Heh. That's funny.
Arkanaut: I wonder -- with all the Linux- / Mozilla-based stuff, how long before somebody cracks their security measures?
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