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2013-03-08 08:32:17 AM  

vygramul: dr_blasto: once the people of NK turn stabby on their leadership.

Looking back on history, starving people have not been terribly energetic in becoming stabby.


maybe it's cause all of the pot they smoke
it's legal there, you know
 
2013-03-08 08:42:01 AM  

vygramul: dr_blasto: once the people of NK turn stabby on their leadership.

Looking back on history, starving people have not been terribly energetic in becoming stabby.


Food riots aren't uncommon, many happened during the so-called Arab Spring.
 
2013-03-08 08:50:15 AM  

Jon iz teh kewl: maybe it's cause all of the pot they smoke
it's legal there, you know


You REALLY dont want to smoke pot unless there is a ready supply of food to counter the munchies hehehe

The pot there is primitive - somewhat similar to the crap they smoked at woodstock

If you want to smoke pot come to my "homeland" BC Canada !! (Im not from there but that is my home when I am not in China)

// BC BUD IS BEST !!!
/ Dont bring bud anywhere near China, they count it as equal to cocaine, heroin and opium and you will be punished accordingly
 
2013-03-08 08:55:55 AM  
Jesus, people.  Enough with the My Little Pony bullshiat!  What the fark, are you 10 years old?
 
2013-03-08 08:56:31 AM  

BlackCat23: msupf: mootmah: bob_ross: [s12.postimage.org image 600x400]
Soon...

Haven't those been De-commissioned?

they get mothballed, and then pulled back into service. Pilots love the damn ugly beasts, they are still highly effective, and they have a great psychological effect on the battlefield.

Michigan nat'l guard has a full wing of them, but that may change this year.

/still remember watching them fly patrol over SE michigan on and shortly after 9/11

CT used to have them, a good friend of mine was a pilot. It was a shameful day when we lost them. But yeah, many were refit from 99-02, new wing reenforcements, nav, avionics, etc. We've just learned to use them sparingly, it seems. They do have a finite life, afterall.

and yeah, the stories I've heard about the shock value of the sound. No other plane sounds like it, barring some bombadier(iirc) that uses the same engines. And the gun is demoralizing. I've been in awe of that plane since I was a kid, and a lot of my best memories revolve around it.

/they used to do the parades in the summer, and it was tradition to buzz friends/families houses
//they gave no farks, and did some crazy shiat. Incredible pilots.
///I miss seeing those crazy farks flying MoE


According to wikipedia there are still 345 Thunderbolt II's in service, currently scheduled to be flying till 2028, with some being phased out starting in 2018.

Oh, and North Korea?  Why haven't you come at me yet, bro?  I thought you were coming at me bro.  What's going on, bro?

i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-03-08 09:01:54 AM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Instead of Littoral Ships and useless tanks, we should have purchased these:

[lparchive.org image 800x600]


fark i love that game....
 
2013-03-08 09:05:20 AM  

Zenith: MmmmBacon: Slartibartfaster: Millennium: Kim Jong-Un seems to think he's in an Internet flamewar, not a place where words are real. He needs to be disabused of this notion, and quickly

Give him rope
He will hang himself

China has this covered.

// agree that this guy needs to get a major slap down but let China do it.

^^ This ^^

If Best Korea attack South Korea, China would annihilate the North and meet the US and SK forces not all that far north of the DMZ. China absolutely, positively does not want a US presence in NK, and they will invade and annex Best Korea to make sure that happens.

We cannot use nukes in the Asian theater without coming to a hair's breadth of war with China, Russia or India, who absolutely don't want nukes going off in their neighborhood, and have the means to respond in kind. Okay, India's ability to respond is limited, but they could make things very difficult for our allies in Japan and SK, if they wanted. Regardless, we can only respond to North Korean aggression with conventional weapons. So we might bomb Pyongyang and all NK military bases into rubble, but China will be doing the brunt of the pacification work. While our forces fight alongside the SK army to push back the NK forces, the Chinese invade and we crush them on two fronts.

It would not surprise me at all if there are already battle plans prepared with SK and China, just in case Best Korea finally makes good on their threats. An understanding, if you will, that crushes NK while respecting Chinese security and limits damage to SK.

There's no chance of this ever being a nuclear exchange. Any conflict will be purely conventional and the North will lose and fairly sharpish.


You are being a smidge too optimistic.  The most you can say is it's UNLIKELY to involve nukes, that N.K. will PROBABLY lose.

Wars have a nasty habit of going sideways on the participants.  Sometimes, the iron dice come up snake eyes.
 
2013-03-08 09:13:34 AM  
Last week there was a very low key press announcement by an SK general about a new cruise missile that had been in service for three years and was "just" being shown to the public. Apparently the US was not sharing any technical info, these were all home grown. When asked how many were in inventory, the general replied that there were enough and they were all pre-programmed/targeted to take out all NK artillery pointed at SK. Interesting if true.
 
2013-03-08 09:16:02 AM  

PunGent: Zenith: MmmmBacon: Slartibartfaster: Millennium: Kim Jong-Un seems to think he's in an Internet flamewar, not a place where words are real. He needs to be disabused of this notion, and quickly

Give him rope
He will hang himself

China has this covered.

// agree that this guy needs to get a major slap down but let China do it.

^^ This ^^

If Best Korea attack South Korea, China would annihilate the North and meet the US and SK forces not all that far north of the DMZ. China absolutely, positively does not want a US presence in NK, and they will invade and annex Best Korea to make sure that happens.

We cannot use nukes in the Asian theater without coming to a hair's breadth of war with China, Russia or India, who absolutely don't want nukes going off in their neighborhood, and have the means to respond in kind. Okay, India's ability to respond is limited, but they could make things very difficult for our allies in Japan and SK, if they wanted. Regardless, we can only respond to North Korean aggression with conventional weapons. So we might bomb Pyongyang and all NK military bases into rubble, but China will be doing the brunt of the pacification work. While our forces fight alongside the SK army to push back the NK forces, the Chinese invade and we crush them on two fronts.

It would not surprise me at all if there are already battle plans prepared with SK and China, just in case Best Korea finally makes good on their threats. An understanding, if you will, that crushes NK while respecting Chinese security and limits damage to SK.

There's no chance of this ever being a nuclear exchange. Any conflict will be purely conventional and the North will lose and fairly sharpish.

You are being a smidge too optimistic.  The most you can say is it's UNLIKELY to involve nukes, that N.K. will PROBABLY lose.

Wars have a nasty habit of going sideways on the participants.  Sometimes, the iron dice come up snake eyes.


oh stop being literal I'm firing off a comment in a forum.
I know enough that any plans made before should be ripped up once it starts.
but it won't involve nukes the North doesn't have the delivery systems and 'probably' doesn't have a sufficiently advanced design that would be reliable enough to use. there is no need for the States to respond in this way.
I am pretty certain NK will do something though.
 
2013-03-08 09:25:10 AM  

tinyarena: MY TWO CENTS:
[hollywood-elsewhere.com image 462x256]
Remember this guy?
Boris Yeltsin, former President of Russia?
He blurted some vodak fueled rant, over an open mike, about "nuking" NATO
Less than two weeks later he "stepped down" unexpectedly and Putin was in.
There are just some things you never-never-never joke about, and a nuclear holocaust is at the top of that list. Lil'Kim is soon to be gone.


It's a shame too. Yeltsin ended up being one of the coolest cats in the 20th century. The US was practicing with war games that simulated nuclear launches against Russia. Russia's intelligence appeared to indicate that the US was about to certainly preemptively attack. All of Yeltsin's top people were dead sure this was the end and were trying to sell Yeltsin on the notion and to give the order to launch a response.

Yeltsin stayed cool in the face of all that pressure, and the possibility his country may soon be destroyed, and would not launch.

I never knew a lot about the man, but when I learned that story recently, I thought that was one hell of a backbone he showed... for the good of the planet.
 
2013-03-08 09:28:22 AM  

dr_blasto: vygramul: dr_blasto: once the people of NK turn stabby on their leadership.

Looking back on history, starving people have not been terribly energetic in becoming stabby.

Food riots aren't uncommon, many happened during the so-called Arab Spring.


Those happened before the mass starvation kicked in.
 
2013-03-08 09:36:56 AM  

vygramul: dr_blasto: vygramul: dr_blasto: once the people of NK turn stabby on their leadership.

Looking back on history, starving people have not been terribly energetic in becoming stabby.

Food riots aren't uncommon, many happened during the so-called Arab Spring.

Those happened before the mass starvation kicked in.


Hey, every society has their tipping point. NK just hasn't reached theirs. They get just enough food to not rage or have mass starvation deaths. If they get cut off, that'll change.
 
2013-03-08 09:40:41 AM  
What a joke, all these clowns can do is rattle their sabers because the sword inside too small and rusted to do anything outside of oppress the plebes in their own borders.  Even if they did anything aggressive it would be followed by the fastest global retaliatory curbstomping in human history.
 
2013-03-08 09:42:35 AM  
My worry is that this idiot is going to paint himself into a corner he doesn't know how to get out of and a lot of people are going to die because of it.
 
2013-03-08 09:46:27 AM  
I hope our anti-missle tech in Seoul is working.  I haven't been there yet, and really want to visit.
 
2013-03-08 09:47:26 AM  
666th comment is pony-related muhahahaha
dashie.mylittlefacewhen.com
 
2013-03-08 09:49:09 AM  

Nickninja: I hope our anti-missle tech in Seoul is working.  I haven't been there yet, and really want to visit.


They'll use mostly artillery on Seoul.  This is more of a hostage situation than a real army threatening to goto war.  Unless China backs them again, which I very seriously doubt.  They're as sick of the new regime as the rest of the world apparently.
 
2013-03-08 09:55:06 AM  

BobBoxBody: What a joke, all these clowns can do is rattle their sabers because the sword inside too small and rusted to do anything outside of oppress the plebes in their own borders.  Even if they did anything aggressive it would be followed by the fastest global retaliatory curbstomping in human history.


I think so too, but what about China?
 
2013-03-08 10:17:01 AM  

Zenith: PunGent: Zenith: MmmmBacon: Slartibartfaster: Millennium: Kim Jong-Un seems to think he's in an Internet flamewar, not a place where words are real. He needs to be disabused of this notion, and quickly

Give him rope
He will hang himself

China has this covered.

// agree that this guy needs to get a major slap down but let China do it.

^^ This ^^

If Best Korea attack South Korea, China would annihilate the North and meet the US and SK forces not all that far north of the DMZ. China absolutely, positively does not want a US presence in NK, and they will invade and annex Best Korea to make sure that happens.

We cannot use nukes in the Asian theater without coming to a hair's breadth of war with China, Russia or India, who absolutely don't want nukes going off in their neighborhood, and have the means to respond in kind. Okay, India's ability to respond is limited, but they could make things very difficult for our allies in Japan and SK, if they wanted. Regardless, we can only respond to North Korean aggression with conventional weapons. So we might bomb Pyongyang and all NK military bases into rubble, but China will be doing the brunt of the pacification work. While our forces fight alongside the SK army to push back the NK forces, the Chinese invade and we crush them on two fronts.

It would not surprise me at all if there are already battle plans prepared with SK and China, just in case Best Korea finally makes good on their threats. An understanding, if you will, that crushes NK while respecting Chinese security and limits damage to SK.

There's no chance of this ever being a nuclear exchange. Any conflict will be purely conventional and the North will lose and fairly sharpish.

You are being a smidge too optimistic.  The most you can say is it's UNLIKELY to involve nukes, that N.K. will PROBABLY lose.

Wars have a nasty habit of going sideways on the participants.  Sometimes, the iron dice come up snake eyes.

oh stop being literal I'm firing off a comment in ...


They don't need a LONG range missile to hit Seoul with a nuke.
 
2013-03-08 10:21:15 AM  

nekom: This is quite a bit above the normal background noise for the norks.


not really

If you count the fact that this new dickhead is not capable of his threats
This is still background noise
It is even more backgroundish (pardon invented word) in that he does not have the support of his own people so even they are ignoring his bullshiat. He does not have the support of China either they are ignoring his bullshiat too, he is a crying child that should be sent to his room (and will be)
 
2013-03-08 10:21:48 AM  
Guys, I'd like to report that North Korea has not, I REPEAT, has not Nuked us in a super-secret Red Dawn style attack.

Keep calm and carry on.
 
2013-03-08 10:24:54 AM  

J. Frank Parnell: Satanic_Hamster: You should see his flouride conspiracy posts.

I don't think i've spoken about that in years. But there's no conspiracy. Sodium fluoride is the primary and active ingredient in rat poison. Tubes of toothpaste have warnings about swallowing even small amounts of it. There's all kinds of evidence in plain view, the average person is just naive and stupid. A cover up isn't even needed. It's Darwinism in action.


Oh, you have.  You've posted fluoride derp in multiple other Fark threads.

Maybe memory loss is a symptom.
 
2013-03-08 10:25:34 AM  

PunGent: They don't need a LONG range missile to hit Seoul with a nuke


If they hit Seoul with a nuke they will starve, and they will look for the nearest fat pig to eat.
This dynasty seems to be ready to fall and everyone surrounding it seems keen to encourage that.

If Seoul gets hit it will not likely be missiles that deliver it.
An now that the farkwit has threatened borders will be heavily monitored.
Dumb move for a prince he will never make a king in this pseudo democracy (actually a monarchy)
 
2013-03-08 10:29:11 AM  

flamingboard: MrHappyRotter: Similarly I've declared war with Norway.  Norway has 5 minutes to change its name or I'm going to refuse to acknowledge the international boundaries of Norway and I'm going to publicly release some fairly damning information about one of Norway's city-level internal middle managers.

Norway will never negotiate with terrorists.


Forget Norway.
 
2013-03-08 10:29:24 AM  

Wanebo: AnythingBacon: The last thing in the world we'll do is drop a nuke, even in retaliation.

After having visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki I'd have to say your statement is one of the most stupid statements I have ever encountered in my life. The possibility of politicians and statesmen doing the impossible is legendary and gruesome.

Are you really that bereft of sense?


Maybe he's not a Carps fan.

I was amazed at how up front the museum in Hiroshima was about the city being a perfectly valid military target.

It's also a very attractive modern city with great food. I'm not sure what insight visiting it would give you.
 
2013-03-08 10:30:28 AM  

hardinparamedic: Only Hirohito and his family got a free pass thanks to the US realizing that they would never be able to build a country without the Emperor's backing.


It helped his case that he made the decision on the surrender, over the objections of a sizable portion of the military.
 
2013-03-08 10:34:10 AM  

sadbad: The "West" certainly deserves at least a little bit of blame for helping to push Japan into the arms of the military and its own ideas of racial superiority.


Japan had been in bed with their military since the 1300s.
 
2013-03-08 10:35:47 AM  

AngryPanda: BobBoxBody: What a joke, all these clowns can do is rattle their sabers because the sword inside too small and rusted to do anything outside of oppress the plebes in their own borders.  Even if they did anything aggressive it would be followed by the fastest global retaliatory curbstomping in human history.

I think so too, but what about China?



What about them?  They hate North Korea just as much as anybody else, maybe even moreso.  I think they wouldn't object to everybody else doing their part to stamp out this shiatheel excuse of a regime.  At worst they assert themselves and take control of North Korea themselves, but that'd arguably put the indigenous inhabitants as being better off than before, and China really doesn't have any interest in starting a war.  So basically we're back to the status quo but we have more (relatively) sane leadership and stability in the country than before, only now there might be hope the common folk doing better than themselves than before (even if marginally so).

If anything during all the chaos it'd be a good opportunity for the N. Korean common folk to defect and the fark out of there, that'd be what I'd do.
 
2013-03-08 10:38:44 AM  

Slartibartfaster: nekom: This is quite a bit above the normal background noise for the norks.

not really

If you count the fact that this new dickhead is not capable of his threats
This is still background noise
It is even more backgroundish (pardon invented word) in that he does not have the support of his own people so even they are ignoring his bullshiat. He does not have the support of China either they are ignoring his bullshiat too, he is a crying child that should be sent to his room (and will be)


Don't forget that NK actually staged two honest to goodness attacks in the last few years when tensions were not as high as currently, sinking a SK patrol boat with a torpedo killing 46 and shelling an island that resulted in a live fire exchange and (maybe 10?) people killed in SK with an unknown number killed on the NK side. They aren't above staging another actual attack to get attention.
 
2013-03-08 10:39:51 AM  

mootmah: The difference is that anyone who has a remote chance of being from Best Korea obviously had to go through hell to get here. If there's a war, there will be propaganda campaign showing what BK is like on the inside. Even Fox News would run some stories about the inside of BK. That should keep the average American bigot in check.


needcoffee.cachefly.net
What have you got against Burger King?
 
2013-03-08 10:40:00 AM  

vygramul: Germany's #1 trading partner: Britain
Germany's #2 trading partner: France

1914


Germany banked on France and Britain staying on opposite sides, as they had for the previous 700 years or so. They didn't know Britain had started making overtures to France in 1913, because they started to get nervous about Germany. Hell, even France was surprised.
 
2013-03-08 10:46:25 AM  

Slartibartfaster: Jon iz teh kewl: maybe it's cause all of the pot they smoke
it's legal there, you know

You REALLY dont want to smoke pot unless there is a ready supply of food to counter the munchies hehehe

The pot there is primitive - somewhat similar to the crap they smoked at woodstock

If you want to smoke pot come to my "homeland" BC Canada !! (Im not from there but that is my home when I am not in China)

// BC BUD IS BEST !!!
/ Dont bring bud anywhere near China, they count it as equal to cocaine, heroin and opium and you will be punished accordingly


BC? What in gods greenhouse for? That's a lot of gas money to get there. I can go next door and get it from my neighbors.

/Humboldt.
//doesn't smoke anything actually, but still...
 
2013-03-08 10:57:54 AM  

NotoriousFire: No US sites carrying this story? Only BBC and linked Australian site?


I read about it in a newspaper a couple days ago. I came to this thread thinking they had actually followed through early. Then again, my newspaper somehow manages to publish stories before they make it here. It isn't often that one can regularly read things in the paper first.
 
2013-03-08 10:57:59 AM  

kimwim: blipponaut: You drop them in areas with minimal military coverage. Fly high and have little to worry about.

This is how we know you have no idea what you're talking about.
Someone gets caught with anything from outside~ they, and everyone in their family/apartment building goes straight to the camp. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. They turn in family members and friends over a bowl of soup. Over a rumor. Information is powerful. And it is used for a loaf of bread.


You're not dropping one box of Rice Krispies, you're dropping hundreds of thousands of things. What, they going to lock up the entire countryside and then starve to death because they have no slave labor to work the fields? You don't conquer with a fist, but then again you're American, so you probably think everything can be solved that way. Seems to be working out well....
 
2013-03-08 11:00:23 AM  

This text is now purple: vygramul: Germany's #1 trading partner: Britain
Germany's #2 trading partner: France

1914

Germany banked on France and Britain staying on opposite sides, as they had for the previous 700 years or so. They didn't know Britain had started making overtures to France in 1913, because they started to get nervous about Germany. Hell, even France was surprised.


Germany's naval buildup was not to challenge the French. And everyone knew with whom the wars would be.
 
2013-03-08 11:08:56 AM  

scubamage: Weaver95: devildog123:

I'm thinking we're good.

And yet, i'm thinking we're not.

My sole concern would be the size of the NK standing army. It's currently at 1.1 million, with well over 5 million more reservists (automatic conscription at age 17 for 5 years for all males, and many females).

I have no idea what state their military is in though technology wise, though I can imagine China has probably kept them pretty well up to date.


I have to wonder about how much ordinance, etc. they have for these millions of conscripts...  Plus what infrastructure for getting them around?

What are they going to do - march in formation and other synchronized displays until we surrender?
 
2013-03-08 11:15:25 AM  

Oldiron_79: If the US has to nuke Best Korea from orbit I hope China or Russia doesnt go full retard and think we are aimed at them


just don't miss. Accidents happen all the time so it'll be interesting if say a US bomb or missile lands in China. Assuming it is genuinely an accident but things like this are difficult to prove.
 
2013-03-08 11:19:59 AM  
 
2013-03-08 11:24:37 AM  

SuperNinjaToad: Oldiron_79: If the US has to nuke Best Korea from orbit I hope China or Russia doesnt go full retard and think we are aimed at them

just don't miss. Accidents happen all the time so it'll be interesting if say a US bomb or missile lands in China. Assuming it is genuinely an accident but things like this are difficult to prove.


We blew up their embassy in Bosnia or whatever with a bomb during that mess in the '90's.
 
2013-03-08 11:34:48 AM  
The one thing I don't understand is this, in any scenario:  (Hitler, Stalin, etc) is that if you have a man, a single man in power who has gone so mad or crazy that he's ready to 'push the button' to unleash something so utterly horrible, and so utterly foolish, that there isn't someone else with the capability or means to get close to that man (be it a disillusioned friend, a trusted aide who sees that the man in power needs to be stopped) to do the right thing and assassinate that person.  I mean, I just can't fathom how entire groups of people can be so fatalistic and so blind to look at someone like that and go "Yeah, his ideas are great!"

It just boggles my mind.
 
2013-03-08 11:39:34 AM  

SuperNinjaToad: Oldiron_79: If the US has to nuke Best Korea from orbit I hope China or Russia doesnt go full retard and think we are aimed at them

just don't miss. Accidents happen all the time so it'll be interesting if say a US bomb or missile lands in China. Assuming it is genuinely an accident but things like this are difficult to prove.


You'd have to miss by a spectacular margin.
 
2013-03-08 12:08:13 PM  

zippolight2002: WeenerGord: WTF, they look like they could blow their own heads off if a stray hand or cuff drops down and pulls the trigger

[www.abc.net.au image 700x467]

Assuming those are real guns, and not the wooden guns I hear many of them are equipped with

/nice hats tho

Hard to shoot your own head off without the magazine, that you're currently loading, actually attached.



Yes, and of course you can always depend on there never being one in the chamber. Maybe you should take an NRA safety course.
 
2013-03-08 12:11:39 PM  

Nefarious: namegoeshere: So MASH is back on, then?

We missed a golden opportunity for a 4077 headline reference.


You rang?
 
2013-03-08 12:12:09 PM  

blipponaut: Why do people initially jump to blowing the place off the map? Then what? Have 10 million or so pissed off survivors with nowhere to go but S. Korea or China?

If we just started a campaign of dropping food, long range communication devices, portable DVD players, S. Korean magazines, movies, etc... it'd probably do a lot more to disrupt the suppressed culture up there. Label everything as being from your S. Korean and American friends and just wait. Information is more powerful, and it's something these people sorely lack. Look at what happened to China when things opened up.



Guess what would happen to any NK who got caught with any of that stuff.

Not like they could track airdrops on radar and know where to go looking for any locals who might have taken any of that stuff home.
 
2013-03-08 12:16:30 PM  

Slartibartfaster: PunGent: They don't need a LONG range missile to hit Seoul with a nuke

If they hit Seoul with a nuke they will starve, and they will look for the nearest fat pig to eat.
This dynasty seems to be ready to fall and everyone surrounding it seems keen to encourage that.

If Seoul gets hit it will not likely be missiles that deliver it.
An now that the farkwit has threatened borders will be heavily monitored.
Dumb move for a prince he will never make a king in this pseudo democracy (actually a monarchy)


Problem is everyone's been putting up with NK sabre rattling for decades, so it may not SEEM like a dumb move to him.

Most wars are the result of miscalculation.
 
2013-03-08 12:27:44 PM  

Twilight Farkle: The general rule is that even if you're batshiat crazy enough to start a "preemptive" nuclear war, you just do it, and you certainly don't telegraph your intentions by making your attack contingent on your adversary's cancellation of routine military exercises


www.american-buddha.com
 
2013-03-08 12:33:21 PM  
i216.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-08 12:51:26 PM  

ciberido: flamingboard: MrHappyRotter: Similarly I've declared war with Norway.  Norway has 5 minutes to change its name or I'm going to refuse to acknowledge the international boundaries of Norway and I'm going to publicly release some fairly damning information about one of Norway's city-level internal middle managers.

Norway will never negotiate with terrorists.

Forget Norway.


OH hell naw. Not gonna have that goddamn song stuck in my head again all day.
 
2013-03-08 01:09:33 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: WeenerGord: WTF, they look like they could blow their own heads off if a stray hand or cuff drops down and pulls the trigger

[www.abc.net.au image 700x467]

Assuming those are real guns, and not the wooden guns I hear many of them are equipped with

/nice hats tho

no magazine, safety on...
lrn2 Kalashnikov


You can tell from that picture that the safety is on and there is not one in the chamber. Right. So why not press the end of the barrel into your collarbone instead of over your shoulder?
 
2013-03-08 01:30:14 PM  

WeenerGord: The_Original_Roxtar: WeenerGord: WTF, they look like they could blow their own heads off if a stray hand or cuff drops down and pulls the trigger

[www.abc.net.au image 700x467]

Assuming those are real guns, and not the wooden guns I hear many of them are equipped with

/nice hats tho

no magazine, safety on...
lrn2 Kalashnikov

You can tell from that picture that the safety is on and there is not one in the chamber. Right. So why not press the end of the barrel into your collarbone instead of over your shoulder?


don't know about the chamber, but yes... you can plainly see that the safety is on.
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-r7cGK7ZFsD4/TivYWDymzxI/AAAAAAAAA0w/B0OBNC ja hqo/s1600/AK-safety.JPG
 
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