cefm: Who is the "good guy with the gun?" Who is the "bad guy with the gun?"It all depends on your point of view. [2.bp.blogspot.com image 450x312]
The Stealth Hippopotamus: Mutuality Assured Destruction (MAD) only works if both sides want to live."sovereign right of every nation on the planet to engulf that planet in a hellish inferno"Arn't nukes mostly just a blast wave? Is there really a lot of fire? I know Hiroshima and Nagasaki burned but I thought that was mostly do to buildings make out of bamboo with household fires in them.
lack of warmth: I read that sober. Can we have someone give their take after reading it stoned?You know, from Kim Jong Un's point of view.
johndalek: lmaolets hope he doesnt reach over to hit the snooze button on the alarm on the nightstand, and hit the other button by mistake---probably won't be able to go back to sleep.
numbquil: Look at an image of Earth from outer space. You will see no borders.
Mugato: Theaetetus: You asked why anyone would want to take over their country, not why anyone would want to improve the quality of life of its citizens or take on their infrastructure. That you're moving the goal posts doesn't make my answer to your earlier question incorrect.And what did taking over Iraq do to the price of oil?
The Stealth Hippopotamus: With as many handlers as that guy has odds are he thought he wrote it. Well as much as he writes anything. Which is to say, he signed it.
stuffy: If its true. That's some serious derp right there.
fireclown: Kim is pretty much right though. If you don't have nukes, it's hard to claim that you are a sovereign nation. They DO keep people from invading you at will.
FuryOfFirestorm: Kim Jong Un: "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuke is a good guy with a nuke" Good idea, Kimmy. Let's test that theory out by dropping a nuke on your place.
StrangeQ: Ambitwistor: Ever hear of nuclear winter?So what you're saying is that if we want to stop global warming...
Pollexter: Hammers kill more North Koreans than nukes.
nekom: Mugato:2) Then again, who are we to say they can't have nukes? What exactly is the authority we have over them that says, "We all can have them but you can't"? Not that I want them to have them because I think Kim Dong...whatever is a lunatic I just want to know what authority we have over them to tell them they can't.What have we done about it? One of the more overlooked blunders of the Bush administration was Bush stating that we absolutely would NOT tolerate them having nukes. They tested a nuke and.... crickets. But hey, thank god we got Saddam out of power, right? Anyway the message we've sent is crystal clear: You can test nukes, and we won't do a thing about it, other than shaking our tiny fists and having the U.N. write a strongly worded letter or two.If the shiat hits the fan, having a couple deliverable nukes (which they do NOT yet have) isn't going to turn the tide, it's just going to increase the casualties, which I'm sure Worst Korea is VERY concerned with, but the USA doesn't really have anything to worry about for now
Mugato: I just want to know what authority we have over them to tell them they can't.
Mugato: The US and its allies would destroy them in any conventional warfare.
Darth_Lukecash: Give me instant disintegration!
Mugato: Firstly, I realize this is satire but it is a real issue so1) Who the fark wants to nuke North Korea? The US and its allies would destroy them in any conventional warfare. Do they think anyone wants to take over their shiathole country? North Korea sounds like the 350lb chick with the wall eye and clubbed foot who wants a bottle of pepper spray because she's afraid of rape.2) Then again, who are we to say they can't have nukes? What exactly is the authority we have over them that says, "We all can have them but you can't"? Not that I want them to have them because I think Kim Dong...whatever is a lunatic I just want to know what authority we have over them to tell them they can't.
The Stealth Hippopotamus: Hey, look what I found!I remember the old footage of houses getting sweep away. I knew fire was invoved but I thought it was mostly the blast wave. So sue me I didn't know.As you can see this house burned to the ground. oh no wait, that looks like a blast wave.lack of warmth: You know, from Kim Jong Un's point of view.With as many handlers as that guy has odds are he thought he wrote it. Well as much as he writes anything. Which is to say, he signed it.
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