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(Salon)   The analyst with the most insight into the secretive North Korean regime, who correctly predicted Kim Jong Il's successor and the country's rocket launch, isn't some CIA wonk or State Department think tank genius--it's Kim's sushi chef   (salon.com) divider line 10
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2012-12-12 04:26:26 PM
Headline this time next week, "Kim's former sushi chef hasn't been heard of or seen in several days and officials fear foul play. In other news here's some footage of high ranking N. Korean officials throwing out some chum on a fishing expedition"
 
2012-12-12 05:16:36 PM
So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

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2012-12-12 05:17:38 PM

Peter von Nostrand: Headline this time next week, "Kim's former sushi chef hasn't been heard of or seen in several days and officials fear foul play. In other news here's some footage of high ranking N. Korean officials throwing out some chum on a fishing expedition"


No no no. Good chefs are valued in Un's administration. The next time you see him, he will be dressed as a general and have some elaborate title like Most Revered Chef to the People.
 
2012-12-12 05:18:13 PM

SN1987a goes boom: So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

[nicepoliceworktherelou.jpg]


Un is the youngest son, not the only son.
 
2012-12-12 05:20:02 PM

cgraves67: SN1987a goes boom: So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

[nicepoliceworktherelou.jpg]

Un is the youngest son, not the only son.


The oldest two were passed over.
 
2012-12-12 05:23:05 PM
I remember when Clinton visited to get some people out and Clinton met several people the CIA thought were dead.

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2012-12-12 05:28:40 PM

mcreadyblue: cgraves67: SN1987a goes boom: So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

[nicepoliceworktherelou.jpg]

Un is the youngest son, not the only son.

The oldest two were passed over.


But didnt the oldest defect to Japan years ago? So really that one was a coin toss on which incopetent son to go with.
 
2012-12-12 06:12:10 PM

mcreadyblue: cgraves67: SN1987a goes boom: So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

[nicepoliceworktherelou.jpg]

Un is the youngest son, not the only son.

The oldest two were passed over.


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2012-12-12 06:20:32 PM

Saiga410: mcreadyblue: cgraves67: SN1987a goes boom: So he bet his son would be the next leader? In a country where Kim's dad is revered as a god?

[nicepoliceworktherelou.jpg]

Un is the youngest son, not the only son.

The oldest two were passed over.

But didnt the oldest defect to Japan years ago? So really that one was a coin toss on which incopetent son to go with.


The eldest had a legal problem, something like busted for illegal immigration trying to get into Tokyo Disneyland on a phony passport. The middle son had/has a macho/masculinity/don't call it teh ghey problem.
 
2012-12-13 09:50:51 AM

Kevin72: The middle son had/has a macho/masculinity/don't call it teh ghey problem.


uh... his father was pretty flaming...
 
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