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2013-04-11 01:31:18 AM  
What type of dong is he gonna shoot off?

I'm guessing a tiny one, that sputters out way to early before hitting the climax of its trajectory and ends up disappointing us all.
 
2013-04-11 01:31:57 AM  

berylman: Anyone ever notice that Kim Jong Un sports the same haircut as Shia Le Boeuf in the movie Lawless? Really, it's uncanny.


Wait... you're saying Kim ISN'T Shia Le Boeuf ?
Just when I thought I'd figured out why Crystal Skull sucked so much, too.
 
2013-04-11 01:32:03 AM  
We need to send Rodman back to calm it down.
 
2013-04-11 01:32:29 AM  

armor helix: HeartBurnKid: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Well, we are kind of treaty-bound to step in in South Korea or Japan is attacked.  So you bet we will.

Which treaty are you referring to?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_treaties#1950.E2. 80 .931999 
Japan: Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security Between the United States and Japan
South Korea: Mutual Defense Treaty

You do realize that the US has treaties with countries outside of NATO, right?
 
2013-04-11 01:32:34 AM  

Raging Brainer: Fish in the Sea of Japan are on high alert.


Hope the Japanese like their sushi well done.
 
2013-04-11 01:32:39 AM  

The5thElement: As a retiree of a three letter agency within the department of defense, it will be very interesting to see what happens if any of the missiles get intercepted.


If they are stupid enough to launch these things with a trajectory anywhere close to Japan, Guam, or other land mass, we will attempt to intercept.

If we are successful, N. Korea will likely begin the artillery bombardment of Seoul.

Then it begins.

/I have a GED in global-political-military science
 
2013-04-11 01:33:08 AM  

Amusement: [s8.postimg.org image 635x474]


Goddammitsoverymuch. I'm going to have bad dreams now.
 
2013-04-11 01:33:16 AM  

Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.


Some friends have told me otherwise, but I don't believe them. As a kid I'd practically get nauseous every time my mom cooked sauerkraut. Hate the stuff.
 
2013-04-11 01:34:20 AM  

Canton: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

What if you like sauerkraut?

No, really, I've never had kimchi, and my curiosity has been renewed.


If you like sauerkraut, you might just hate certain preparations of cabbage. I'm the same way with eggs. An egg by itself? Gross. An omelet? Delicious!
 
2013-04-11 01:34:39 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: CaptSacto: TheShavingofOccam123: CaptSacto: As Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener would say: well... you know

Can we hear that on a kazookeylele?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAg5KjnAhuU

/Piano, ukulele, kazoo and vocals? All at once?

Ya know... that was pretty good.
Thanks.

YW.

I think the guy built it himself from salvaged thrift-store stuff.


I think they call that "Macklemoring" now.
 
2013-04-11 01:34:45 AM  
Norks?

i603.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-11 01:34:56 AM  

IronTom: We need to send Rodman back to calm it down.


I think that Vice episode airs on HBO soon. I look forward to it.
 
2013-04-11 01:34:56 AM  

farkingismybusiness: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

Some friends have told me otherwise, but I don't believe them. As a kid I'd practically get nauseous every time my mom cooked sauerkraut. Hate the stuff.


IIIIITTTTT'S GOOOOOOOD FOOOORRR YOOOOUUUU
 
2013-04-11 01:35:53 AM  

farkingismybusiness: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

Some friends have told me otherwise, but I don't believe them. As a kid I'd practically get nauseous every time my mom cooked sauerkraut. Hate the stuff.


There are a lot of different ways to assemble ingredients for kimchi (many not even involving cabbage) as well as spicing it. Some are regional and thus hard to find anywhere outside their respective places of origin but you can often find recipes online and try to make some of your own. I would say explore - each one is unique unto its own. There's about as many ways to make kimchi as there are a salad, so you can imagine that variety.

Enjoy!
 
2013-04-11 01:36:42 AM  

Treygreen13: Canton: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

What if you like sauerkraut?

No, really, I've never had kimchi, and my curiosity has been renewed.

If you like sauerkraut, you might just hate certain preparations of cabbage. I'm the same way with eggs. An egg by itself? Gross. An omelet? Delicious!


I like cabbage in many forms. Steamed, boiled, uncooked in salad or cole slaw, as sauerkraut, in soup, sweet and sour... Um, you get the idea. Mostly, I just wonder how similar sauerkraut is to kimchi? They're both fermented, but the processes are different.
 
2013-04-11 01:36:53 AM  

nekom: crypticsatellite: nekom: Fingers crossed it explodes on the launch pad.

I still don't get the US stance of only shooting it down if it isn't going to hit water. Apparently, these missiles have been banned by agreement. Why let them collect data on a completed flight?

I don't agree with it either. In fact, and I seem to be in the majority opinion here on Fark, I would have blown them up as soon as they started fueling them. Given the threats made, as much as we all know they are inconceivable (I used that word correctly), I'd say that the USA, worst Korea or Japan would be well within their rights to do that.


And that's exactly the imperialist aggression mindset that will set off the Korean War II.
 
2013-04-11 01:37:18 AM  

Canton: I've never had kimchi,


It's good. Nothing like sour kraut. Imagine thick cut cole slaw cabbage with hot sauce instead of mayonaise as the base of the sauce. It's cold, a little spicy, and crunchy.

By itself it's kind of shiat. But when you're eating REALLY spicy foods? Oh man it's outta this world. It cools ya right down.
 
2013-04-11 01:38:08 AM  

armor helix: HeartBurnKid: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Well, we are kind of treaty-bound to step in in South Korea or Japan is attacked.  So you bet we will.

Which treaty are you referring to?


Not sure about south Korea, but we are responsible for Japan, Treaty of San Francisco and their constitution IIRC, theyre not allowed to have a military exactly...
 
2013-04-11 01:38:16 AM  
Rincewind53 2013-04-10 10:15:09 PM
scottydoesntknow: Farking hell.
Oh please. They're not going to do jack shiat other than conduct another stupid missile test. They're not attacking anyone.


Except Japan said they would shoot it down even if it's a test
 
2013-04-11 01:38:16 AM  
It's not the first missile that bothers me. It's the last one. Once North Korea fires one off, either a misunderstanding or a deliberate "Gulf of Tonkin" lie can start a launch fiesta.

Then one or more may go off course. And another fiesta of missile launching starts up.

And who's going to launch that last big boy? The MOAICBM.

Starting it isn't the scary thing; stopping it once the shooting starts--or at least once someone THINKS the shooting has started--is the nasty part of it all.
 
2013-04-11 01:39:55 AM  

Notabunny: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

NK will bomb Japan before dawn. NK has had an uncontrollable solanum infection crisis for the last few months. They've hidden as many healthy citizens as possible in underground tunnels, but the infected on the surface have grown exponentially and to such an extent that the military is being overwhelmed. Bombing Japan will trigger a military response from the US. NK's hope is that the US response will eliminate the walking infected so the healthy citizens can return to the surface.


Did you just combine WWZ and Day by day Armageddon?
 
2013-04-11 01:40:04 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: TheShavingofOccam123: CaptSacto: TheShavingofOccam123: CaptSacto: As Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener would say: well... you know

Can we hear that on a kazookeylele?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAg5KjnAhuU

/Piano, ukulele, kazoo and vocals? All at once?

Ya know... that was pretty good.
Thanks.

YW.

I think the guy built it himself from salvaged thrift-store stuff.

I think they call that "Macklemoring" now.


I think Amazon had that album for $1.99 download last week.  I'm still sorting through my bargains.
 
2013-04-11 01:40:33 AM  
You've all convinced me to try kimchi again, but I think I'll have to get good and drunk first.
 
2013-04-11 01:41:30 AM  

farkingismybusiness: You've all convinced me to try kimchi again, but I think I'll have to get good and drunk first.


If you don't care particularly for cabbage, it can be made with cucumbers and some other things; think spicy pickles.
 
2013-04-11 01:41:33 AM  
Plot twist: North Korea launches on China.
 
2013-04-11 01:42:35 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: The5thElement: As a retiree of a three letter agency within the department of defense,

MIB? K, is that you?


MIB is not a government agency. They are funded by holding key patents.
 
2013-04-11 01:43:28 AM  
assets.diylol.com
 
2013-04-11 01:43:36 AM  

Your Average Witty Fark User: cameroncrazy1984: Your Average Witty Fark User: I love how NK thinks they can take on all comers.

China has told them to back off. I'm not so sure they'd actively defend them.

NK is about to get put in the corner. Spanked, and put in the corner.

Go on...

I fully support your desire for some NK strange. More power to you.

In the mean time, they're the loud mouth at the party that isn't wanted there and can't fight. We all know how that ends.


You mean that when North Korea finally passes out in its own vomit, we can all draw penises on its face?
 
2013-04-11 01:44:14 AM  

doglover: Canton: I've never had kimchi,

It's good. Nothing like sour kraut. Imagine thick cut cole slaw cabbage with hot sauce instead of mayonaise as the base of the sauce. It's cold, a little spicy, and crunchy.

By itself it's kind of shiat. But when you're eating REALLY spicy foods? Oh man it's outta this world. It cools ya right down.


Okay, that does sound good. I shall go to bed dreaming of cabbage rather than global thermonuclear war. Thanks for that.

/Has read  Alas, Babylon a few too many times...
 
2013-04-11 01:44:50 AM  

Gdalescrboz: Rincewind53 2013-04-10 10:15:09 PM
scottydoesntknow: Farking hell.
Oh please. They're not going to do jack shiat other than conduct another stupid missile test. They're not attacking anyone.

Except Japan said they would shoot it down even if it's a test


Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.
 
2013-04-11 01:45:43 AM  

dai the flu: Plot twist: North Korea launches on China.

finds out it's been dead all along.

t0.gstatic.com
 
2013-04-11 01:46:48 AM  

vygramul: Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.


They do have Aegis ships with SM3's in addition to the lower range Patriots.
 
2013-04-11 01:46:51 AM  
s7.postimg.org
 
2013-04-11 01:47:03 AM  
 
2013-04-11 01:47:09 AM  

vygramul: Gdalescrboz: Rincewind53 2013-04-10 10:15:09 PM
scottydoesntknow: Farking hell.
Oh please. They're not going to do jack shiat other than conduct another stupid missile test. They're not attacking anyone.

Except Japan said they would shoot it down even if it's a test

Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.


upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-04-11 01:47:38 AM  

bob_ross: [s24.postimg.org image 850x585] Come at U.S. Bro


This.
 
2013-04-11 01:48:08 AM  

Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

Some friends have told me otherwise, but I don't believe them. As a kid I'd practically get nauseous every time my mom cooked sauerkraut. Hate the stuff.

IIIIITTTTT'S GOOOOOOOD FOOOORRR YOOOOUUUU


Have you ever considered you hate sauerkraut because you were force fed it by your mother until you were 26 1/2 years old? If so I have some radio stations for you to listen to.
 
2013-04-11 01:48:15 AM  

Canton: Treygreen13: Canton: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

What if you like sauerkraut?

No, really, I've never had kimchi, and my curiosity has been renewed.

If you like sauerkraut, you might just hate certain preparations of cabbage. I'm the same way with eggs. An egg by itself? Gross. An omelet? Delicious!

I like cabbage in many forms. Steamed, boiled, uncooked in salad or cole slaw, as sauerkraut, in soup, sweet and sour... Um, you get the idea. Mostly, I just wonder how similar sauerkraut is to kimchi? They're both fermented, but the processes are different.


Kimchi is spicier, at least in the versions I've had. There's some peppers mixed in, and it's less vinegary.
 
2013-04-11 01:48:59 AM  

Canton: doglover: Canton: I've never had kimchi,

It's good. Nothing like sour kraut. Imagine thick cut cole slaw cabbage with hot sauce instead of mayonaise as the base of the sauce. It's cold, a little spicy, and crunchy.

By itself it's kind of shiat. But when you're eating REALLY spicy foods? Oh man it's outta this world. It cools ya right down.

Okay, that does sound good. I shall go to bed dreaming of cabbage rather than global thermonuclear war. Thanks for that.

/Has read  Alas, Babylon a few too many times...


Think of barbecued armadillo caught by your trusty dachshund to go with your post-nuclear kimchi.
 
2013-04-11 01:49:46 AM  

shinji3i: Have you ever considered you hate sauerkraut because you were force fed it by your mother until you were 26 1/2 years old? If so I have some radio stations for you to listen to.


That's all I'm tryin'a say, really...
 
2013-04-11 01:52:42 AM  

farkingismybusiness: Treygreen13: farkingismybusiness: CygnusDarius: AGremlin: If this goes down, and US forces kick Nork butt up past the parallel again...shouldn't we start getting substantial discounts on Kias and Hyundais from now on?  Hell, for that matter, all South Korean products.

I could certainly do with some kimchi.

I'm pretty adventurous with food, love most Asian dishes, but I had kimchi about a decade ago and hated it. Worth revisiting even if I hate cabbage?

If you hate cabbage, it's extremely doubtful you'll learn to love kimchi.

Some friends have told me otherwise, but I don't believe them. As a kid I'd practically get nauseous every time my mom cooked sauerkraut. Hate the stuff.


Kimchee is awesome. Unless it's not. It varies. Around here in cali, haven't had any that was bad. And the German place I work at makes great sauerkraut with bacon in it. And the German style salad with white cabbage lightly pickled in a white vinaigrette... brb, gonna raid the place's kitchen...
 
2013-04-11 01:55:00 AM  

Radioactive Ass: vygramul: Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.

They do have Aegis ships with SM3's in addition to the lower range Patriots.


Neither of which are particularly useful against an ICBM.
 
2013-04-11 01:55:40 AM  

dai the flu: Plot twist: North Korea launches on China.


Plot twist resolution: We wake up Thursday morning to find South Korea is an island.
 
2013-04-11 01:55:52 AM  

flak attack: armor helix: HeartBurnKid: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Well, we are kind of treaty-bound to step in in South Korea or Japan is attacked.  So you bet we will.

Which treaty are you referring to?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_treaties#1950.E2. 80 .931999 
Japan: Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security Between the United States and Japan
South Korea: Mutual Defense Treaty

You do realize that the US has treaties with countries outside of NATO, right?


You forgot the other treaty the US has with Japan: Treaty of No More Vomiting on The Prime Minister.
 
2013-04-11 01:55:53 AM  

vygramul: Radioactive Ass: vygramul: Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.

They do have Aegis ships with SM3's in addition to the lower range Patriots.

Neither of which are particularly useful against an ICBM.


To hit Japan you don't exactly need a Minuteman.
 
2013-04-11 01:56:41 AM  
A personal letter to Kim Il Fatf**k,

Do it so we can come in and kill you, your entire family, all the funny hat guys and divide your country up between SK and China.  Christ, you fat suck, just do it so we can eliminate you from the list of primitive dickheads that still exist on this planet.

Signed,
the rest of the world - minus Iran, Syria and Pakistan, the other turd-like cling ons Klingons dumbs**ts.
 
2013-04-11 01:57:58 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: vygramul: Radioactive Ass: vygramul: Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.

They do have Aegis ships with SM3's in addition to the lower range Patriots.

Neither of which are particularly useful against an ICBM.

To hit Japan you don't exactly need a Minuteman.


The missile they are supposedly planning on testing is not a cruise missile.
 
2013-04-11 01:58:31 AM  

JayCab: vygramul: Gdalescrboz: Rincewind53 2013-04-10 10:15:09 PM
scottydoesntknow: Farking hell.
Oh please. They're not going to do jack shiat other than conduct another stupid missile test. They're not attacking anyone.

Except Japan said they would shoot it down even if it's a test

Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 275x206]


That's really more of a catch and knifing than a shootdown... but deploying to NK?  Lulz.
 
2013-04-11 01:58:32 AM  

rosebud_the_sled: A personal letter to Kim Il Fatf**k,

Do it so we can come in and kill you, your entire family, all the funny hat guys and divide your country up between SK and China.  Christ, you fat suck, just do it so we can eliminate you from the list of primitive dickheads that still exist on this planet.

Signed,
the rest of the world - minus Iran, Syria and Pakistan, the other turd-like cling ons Klingons dumbs**ts.


You seem upset.
 
2013-04-11 01:59:20 AM  

vygramul: Gdalescrboz: Rincewind53 2013-04-10 10:15:09 PM
scottydoesntknow: Farking hell.
Oh please. They're not going to do jack shiat other than conduct another stupid missile test. They're not attacking anyone.

Except Japan said they would shoot it down even if it's a test

Not sure what with. That would be quite a revelation.


Shurikens.
 
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