Eugoogoolizer: That's a lot of reading for a sub with " photo" in the title.... Don't you think?
SnarfVader: Very interesting find. I did not expect the pictures to be so colorful.
DarkHealer: Anyone else notice the running kid in #3? I see details of his STERNUM.I guess that's not uncommon there but yikes.
Tax Boy: They seem to be doing ok, considering they're so tiny
Bit'O'Gristle: Looks iike a fun place. Esp with the political officers standing around with clubs every 10 feet.
Suede head: Why do you Americans simply refuse to beleive that anyone who doesn't toe yourgovernment's line cannot be happyor fulfilled? Take a look at your own society's massive problems, your own crumbling infrastructure, your lack of healthcare, your massive, crowded prisons and disgusting political system (two parties, right-wing and very right-wing. Bribery so endemic it's actually open and legalised). Seems to me like YOU are the brainwashed people.
krhn: I visited North Korea for vacation this past September.Spent about a week mostly in Pyongyang, with some day trips to the DMZ, an industrial city, and a 'resort' village. Even got to see the Mass Games twice during the trip. I've traveled to a number of interesting places, but North Korea is by far the single most interesting place I've ever been to. Their people are completely isolated from the rest of the world - no internet, no ability to call outside the country, no ability to leave the county, no foreign media, only two or three state run tv channels pumping out propaganda 24 hours a day, almost no outside information whatsoever. It's like being in a huge, mind boggling social experiment. You essentially have an entire generation of people since the Korean war that know next to nothing about the outside world other than what the government has taught them. It's an absolutely fascinating experience.
ElLoco: They are the 1%.
krhn: Took a ton of photos while there:
FriarReb98: Picture #7 would make pre-Internet me all sorts of happy.\remember when that qualified as "porn" to a 13 year old?
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