100 Watt Walrus: DUDE, they sell ladders in Worst Korea too.
Rumplebluntskin: At first I thought it was a story of people removed from homes, then to find that they had just lost their jobs is all, and were looting the place as they left. Nice. Ill remember that if I lose my job, just take evey thing I can steal on the way out.
Feral_and_Preposterous: Not just their stuff.Their company's stuff, too.
Vlad_the_Inaner: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x419]Stuff in the center of the load looks like they are recycling cardboard or newspapers or pizza boxes.Do people in Korea use that many tatami mats in a household? And whatever it is, wouldn't it have gone on the car first to be loaded there?
Emposter: They were stealing shiat from the NK factory.Seriously, how sad is it when you're stealing from NK? That's like mugging a homeless guy living under a bridge for his empty begging cup.
casual disregard: On one level I applaud the cooperation.On an entirely different level, I question why big money from South Korea is using skilled labour from the North part of town on the cheap. It seems like exactly the sort of thing that would prevent reunification rather than fire it up.
KarmicDisaster: NK will never get investment capital again after this dumbass move. Plus this was a major source of income for them; they are shooting themselves in the foot.
DUDE, they sell ladders in Worst Korea too.
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