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2013-04-11 12:58:43 PM

CaptSacto: BrieBelle00: I'm a rebel - bypassed parents and went straight to mygrandparents... had to have back surgery last year at the tender age of 29 *le sigh* TLIF on the L4/L5. Good times. (related to an MVA when on active duty in 2003) "Parents" would be an upgrade lol

Well, crap. That just sucks.
Here's hoping your mind remains young and surgically unaltered.


I don't know... every once in a while I feel like a lobotomy could cure everything that ails me.
 
2013-04-11 01:00:16 PM

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

Pft. It's like 60 years too late for that.


I meant militarily involved, obviously.
 
2013-04-11 01:00:58 PM

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

Pft. It's like 60 years too late for that.

I meant militarily involved, obviously.


Again, about 60 years too late for that.
 
2013-04-11 01:05:16 PM

BrieBelle00: shortymac: BrieBelle00: doglover: CaptSacto: doglover: CaptSacto: doglover: CaptSacto: Let me know when the Patriots launch.

i will.

Appreciate it. Are you in the neighborhood?

yep

Stay safe, dude.
I'm still of the opinion that this is just another Un wienie wave. They've done this sh*t before, too.
Things could get interesting if the threat appears great enough to launch the Patriots.

There's no general panic here. Business as usual. But it's making me edgy. I don't want to test my "how to survive a nuke" knowledge from those old survival manuals.

I believe the "Duck and Cover" method works equally as well for nuclear fallout as it does for flowing rivers of lava.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 500x353]

What episode is that I must watch it.

I don't remember the episode number, but it was Season 1, and I think it was actually titled "Duck and Cover"


Thanks!
 
2013-04-11 01:18:27 PM

Macinfarker: Macinfarker: TXEric: WSS -I apologize, I misread your comment.  Carry on!

Of course they're not liquid fueled. If they're American, they're Jesus filled.

Fueled, you moron, fueled. Stupid phone spelling correcter th...


I dunno, "Jesus filled" is still pretty appropriate.
 
2013-04-11 01:32:16 PM

Smirky the Wonder Chimp: Charlie Freak: Oh well, fark sleep I guess. Interestingly, I just had a twinge of the anxiety I had as a child growing up in the Cold War. Just a little, but seriously, that shiat sucked. As I listen to my kids breathe right now (they crawl into our room damn near every night), I am thankful they never had to go through that mindfark. No kid should. End this old-school pseudo-commie bullshiat blow-up-the-world propaganda so we can get back to the slow morphine drip our banks feed us.

Every last person I grew up with in the 1980s was convinced that, one way or another, we were going to live to see the world come to an end, with the only question remaining being how much it was going to hurt and how long we would suffer before we finally died.  I got it from the teachers at school, I got it from my grandparents, I got it from my parents, my aunts and uncles, my friends. We watched The Day After, When the Wind Blows and Threads in school, because for some unholy reason, the administrators thought it would be a good idea.  My history teacher was a Rapture-believing holy roller--I was ten when I came home from school one day in a massive thunderstorm after we'd gotten a rant from her about Reagan being the Antichrist and how the rapture was imminent, found my house deserted and the power and phones off, and I actually freaked because I suddenly thought that the Rapture had come and I was one of the ones left.  I spent the next four hours in a dark corner crying for me and for my dogs (I'd been told that all animals would die over the next seven years) before someone finally showed up to get me--my grandfather had been taken to the hospital and in the asses-and-elbows confusion that followed no one had thought to write a note or come to check.

It wasn't until I actually became an adult that the fear went away, because I was actually just too farking tired of being afraid anymore.  Mostly.  When stories like this float up, that little ghost of a worm that those people le ...





And people wonder why we genXers don't give a fark. You boomer bastards farked up farking, drugs, and the economy, then told us we had nothing to live for. FFffffffffaaaaaarrrk you!
 
2013-04-11 01:36:23 PM

Danger Avoid Death: Radioactive Ass: Opps, Amazon Women on the Moon.

**slaps RA**

"Wat was dat? Dis is not a chawade. We need total concentwation."

/Kentucky Fried Movie was one hysterically great movie.
//I'm not wearing any pants. Film at eleven.


You have our gwatitude!
 
2013-04-11 01:39:09 PM

Radioactive Ass: Opps, Amazon Women on the Moon.


Slightly newer but reminded me of Under the Rainbow.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083254/

I'm not at all sure why my brain draws lines between them but it does so I figured I'd share.
 
2013-04-11 01:43:35 PM

vygramul: Lollipop165: Don't NK and Japan have (compared to the US) a relatively placid relationship? I know there are Japanese nationals in NK. Why would they try to hit them?

Given the history of comfort women and NK kidnapping Japanese nationals, a problem only resolved, to some degree, in 2002, I'd say that not enough time has passed to make that relationship placid.


Oh, placid. Sorry, I thought you said something different in relation to the comfort women.
 
2013-04-11 01:48:41 PM

redsquid: This does raise an interesting point. The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty has prevented us from testing a nuke in over twenty years and some in the establishment are worried about the reliability of our arsenal. For instance the implosion charges in some warheads have shown signs of micro fractures and it is unsure how they will perform. Maybe we can kill two birds with one stone?


I would be ok with this.   I have always been a proponent of modernizing our nuclear arsenal.
 
2013-04-11 01:54:39 PM

Macinfarker: As for their goals, you give them way more credit than they deserve. Other than the usual goals, or maybe to measure response, there's no goal worth shiatting over.


Maybe it's a " Mouse That Roared" deal. Attack, lose, get occupied, get tons of money to fix up your broken shiat.

what? It worked in Germany.. and Iraq.
 
2013-04-11 02:22:11 PM
I love me a good pair of Norks!

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Norks">http://www.urb andictionary.com/define.php?term=Norks

cl.jroo.me

Boobies!
 
2013-04-11 02:26:04 PM
The missile goes up, the missile goes back down. You can't explain that.


"A missile had been briefly raised to an upright firing position, stoking concerns that a launch is imminent, a U.S. official told CNN Thursday.
Later, another U.S. official said it's been tucked back into its launcher." -CNN
 
2013-04-11 02:32:49 PM

KarmicDisaster: The missile goes up, the missile goes back down. You can't explain that.


"A missile had been briefly raised to an upright firing position, stoking concerns that a launch is imminent, a U.S. official told CNN Thursday.
Later, another U.S. official said it's been tucked back into its launcher." -CNN


So Lil' Un was unable to maintain a dong erection?
 
2013-04-11 02:55:35 PM

Seth'n'Spectrum: FYI: A GIS for 'Secretary' brings back heaps of pictures of Hillary, Chuck Hagel, and John Kerry.

/boner killer


Try searching for "Secretary 2002"

/maggie gyllenhaal
//like the fist of god!
 
2013-04-11 03:13:07 PM
Japan should deploy their Gundams. Those are real, right?
 
2013-04-11 03:49:38 PM

cameroncrazy1984: armor helix: Gyrfalcon: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Pft. It's like 60 years too late for that.

I meant militarily involved, obviously.

Again, about 60 years too late for that.


Oh I'm sorry. Did I miss the newspaper this morning and miss the article where we invaded North Korea? Oh that didn't happen ? Your just playing semantic games? Oh ok. Got it.
 
2013-04-11 04:57:43 PM

BrieBelle00: had to have back surgery last year at the tender age of 29 *le sigh* TLIF on the L4/L5. Good times. (related to an MVA when on active duty in 2003)


Ah, I feel your pain. Had a laminectomy on L3, L4 and L5 due to cauda equina syndrome (caused by severe spinal stenosis.) Somehow the surgeon was able to avoid having to do the fusion which normally followed the laminectomy.
 
2013-04-11 05:16:24 PM

KierzanDax: BrieBelle00: had to have back surgery last year at the tender age of 29 *le sigh* TLIF on the L4/L5. Good times. (related to an MVA when on active duty in 2003)

Ah, I feel your pain. Had a laminectomy on L3, L4 and L5 due to cauda equina syndrome (caused by severe spinal stenosis.) Somehow the surgeon was able to avoid having to do the fusion which normally followed the laminectomy.


Oh man, you seriously lucked out there! Back in 2007 the docs were telling me I needed to have surgery, but I kept putting it off - I was only 25, and "lifetime of back surgeries" wasn't really a can of worms I wanted to open that young. But, it just got to be sooo bad - I'd be off work for weeks at a time; my (now ex)fiance would, literally, have to help me get dressed - like, socks, undawears, pants, everything. Then it would get better, I'd be fine for a few months, and then I would do something ridiculous, like, turn to look at something on my left and BOOM, back down for the count. The 12 months prior to the surgery I had more down time than healthy time, and was living on a diet subsidized by narcotics (I was seriously starting to worry about my liver/kidneys lol). So, had the surgery March 29th, 2012, when I was 29. It's now been a year since the surgery, and for the most part, I'm actually WORSE off than before. The surgeon I went to farked me up pretty good, and now I'm meeting with a new neurosurgeon up in Chicago about possibly having to have the whole surgery re-done. Like, breaking apart the bone grafts, splitting everything up, and starting over. What's better? Because of the shiat-job the surgeon did last year, I already have significant stress damage appearing on my MRI's and CT's on my L3/L4, and L5/S1. I mean, I knew that it would happen, and that I'll have to continue to have new fusions done approximately every 8-10yrs for the rest of my life (or until modern medicine advances), but the extent of the damage they are seeing, the Chicago doc said it's equivalent to what he would normally see in someone 6-7 years after their initial surgery - not 11 months after! So, regardless of the decision to re-do my L4/L5 (which is about 80% for-sure), they will have to go in soon to do the L3/L4. NOT. HAPPY.

/end rant
//sorry, sometimes I get really bitter, obviously
///hopefully you'll continue to have good luck with yours, KierzanDax!
 
2013-04-11 07:39:04 PM
 
2013-04-11 08:32:26 PM

namegoeshere: So Lil' Un was unable to maintain a dong erection?


No Dong.
 
2013-04-11 08:43:57 PM

armor helix: cameroncrazy1984: armor helix: Gyrfalcon: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Pft. It's like 60 years too late for that.

I meant militarily involved, obviously.

Again, about 60 years too late for that.

Oh I'm sorry. Did I miss the newspaper this morning and miss the article where we invaded North Korea? Oh that didn't happen ? Your just playing semantic games? Oh ok. Got it.


Do you really have no clue what he is talking about, or are you just trolling?
 
2013-04-11 08:50:33 PM
Smirky the Wonder Chimp: the crippling fear we did not ask for...

Tell it, Brother, Tell it.
 
2013-04-11 09:59:05 PM

Maul555: armor helix: cameroncrazy1984: armor helix: Gyrfalcon: armor helix: My only hope is that the the US does not end up getting involved in this nonsense.

Pft. It's like 60 years too late for that.

I meant militarily involved, obviously.

Again, about 60 years too late for that.

Oh I'm sorry. Did I miss the newspaper this morning and miss the article where we invaded North Korea? Oh that didn't happen ? Your just playing semantic games? Oh ok. Got it.

Do you really have no clue what he is talking about, or are you just trolling?


Send him re-runs of MASH.
 
2013-04-11 11:56:48 PM

Bendal: Uchiha_Cycliste: With the NK miss-all in launch position, does anyone know what the time frame is for a launch? I mean to ask, what is likely the longest we would have to wait before we could assume it's a bluff and they won't do it.

Not all that long; their missiles are liquid fueled and the fuel is corrosive, which is why they only fuel them before launch. I don't knowhow long the fuel can stay in the missile before it damages something important, but it can't be all that long.


I think the liquid fuel is indeed one of the most corrosive substances known to mankind ... Diet Coke. They have only a couple of days to add the Mentos.
 
2013-04-12 01:30:53 AM

KrispyKritter: 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.

We're all very impressed, Doug.



Who are you and how do you know me?
 
2013-04-12 02:38:56 AM
Myria, ShawnDoc, Abacus9, Radioactive Ass, et al - if any come back to check the thread.

Propaganda, not Team America. The propaganda may have been "enhanced" by the internet at a later date, I can't remember. Enjoy:

img15.imageshack.us

/No North Korea (when did we start calling them Norks?) thread is complete without it
 
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