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2013-05-07 07:49:26 AM
Let's be serious for a minute. They had no intention of shooting any rocket at the United States.

The did show what a bunch of warmongering xenophobes Americans are, though. So I guess they've got that going for them.
 
2013-05-07 07:49:41 AM
Thank you Dennis Rodman.
 
2013-05-07 07:49:41 AM
I knew they would puss out...
 
2013-05-07 07:54:23 AM
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Approves.
 
2013-05-07 07:55:00 AM
Is the zug back under the rug?
 
2013-05-07 08:02:16 AM
Those two missiles are probably the only ones they have with no ability to make any more.
 
2013-05-07 08:04:59 AM
Kept hidden in forest cover at the suspected launch site, one of the missiles would routinely be spotted being placed into an upright launch position, presumably fueled for launch. Then, it would be seen getting lowered back down and transported back into the forest cover. That routine was taking place as recently as last week.

Living through another Cuba
It's 1961 again and we are piggy in the middle
While war is polishing his drum and peace plays second fiddle

Russia and America are at each other's throats
But don't you cry
Just on your knees and pray, and while you're
Down there, kiss your arse goodbye

We're the bulldog on the fence
While others play their tennis overhead
It's hardly love all and somebody might
Wind up red or dead
Pour some oil on the water quick
It doesn't really matter where from
He love me, he loves me not
He's pulling fins from an atom bomb

This phenomenon happens every twenty years or so
If they're not careful your watch won't be the
Only thing with a radioactive glow
I'll stick my fingers in my ears
And hope they make it up before too late
If we get through this lot alright
They're due for replay, 1998
 
2013-05-07 08:07:49 AM
So ronery.
 
2013-05-07 08:08:00 AM
The biggest "tell" in this whole scenario is that our military did not order evacuation of dependents from South Korea.

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Is happy the Norks did not interfere with the Kentucky Derby.
 
2013-05-07 08:08:27 AM
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MR. BURNS:  there's a rocket in my pocket
SMITHERS:  u don't have to tell ME sir!
 
2013-05-07 08:12:00 AM
Really? Am I the only one.....like Get off Mah Lawn and Pass The Doobie...
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2013-05-07 08:12:15 AM
Is that a rocket in your pocket or are you just happy to see us (dead)
 
2013-05-07 08:20:09 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Let's be serious for a minute. They had no intention of shooting any rocket at the United States.

The did show what a bunch of warmongering xenophobes Americans are, though. So I guess they've got that going for them.


So, doing the due diligence to prepare a defense for a possible attack by an obviously malicious regime is 'warmongering xenophobia'.  Got it.  smh.
 
2013-05-07 08:23:00 AM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: AverageAmericanGuy: Let's be serious for a minute. They had no intention of shooting any rocket at the United States.

The did show what a bunch of warmongering xenophobes Americans are, though. So I guess they've got that going for them.

So, doing the due diligence to prepare a defense for a possible attack by an obviously malicious regime is 'warmongering xenophobia'.  Got it.  smh.


The general population, or at least the internet-enabled ones. Taking precautions is one thing. Calling for the destruction of North Korea is something completely different.

I'm on mobile now, so I can't post links to previous Fark threats, but a quick search for North Korean threads here will bear this out.
 
2013-05-07 08:25:54 AM
so lets build Starbucks everywhere in NK.  teach those farmers to buy coffee like pros
 
2013-05-07 08:31:43 AM
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2013-05-07 08:40:49 AM
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2013-05-07 08:41:33 AM
Oh, right.  Forgot all about that.  I'm assuming it was an overwhelming victory for North Korea?
 
2013-05-07 08:48:28 AM
I guess the question is what's their next angle?  Nobody blinked this time, as far as I know the sanctions are still in effect and no food aid is forthcoming.  So now what?
 
2013-05-07 08:54:55 AM

nekom: I guess the question is what's their next angle?  Nobody blinked this time, as far as I know the sanctions are still in effect and no food aid is forthcoming.  So now what?


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2013-05-07 09:01:34 AM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: nekom: I guess the question is what's their next angle?  Nobody blinked this time, as far as I know the sanctions are still in effect and no food aid is forthcoming.  So now what?


Nothing.  China isn't going to let them collapse, it's right on their border.

They'll give them just enough food and fuel to squeak by.
 
2013-05-07 09:04:40 AM
Please, this is what really happened.

They finally scrounged enough gas to drive the launchers back to base.
 
2013-05-07 09:24:05 AM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: nekom: I guess the question is what's their next angle?  Nobody blinked this time, as far as I know the sanctions are still in effect and no food aid is forthcoming.  So now what?


Exactly
 
2013-05-07 09:27:09 AM
If North Korean launches a rocket tomorrow, Park Geun-hye will be pretty much criticized for inadequately confronting North Korea while she's staying in the USA. There's nothing to see here. South Korea is pretty much doomed in every way.

You know what's the bigger problem than North Korea? South Korean citizens elected a president last year with the help of manipulating online opinions that favored a daughter of a very undemocratic dictator and this scandal is getting more public exposure. Anyways both South Korea and North Korea have one thing in common: they're proud that they follow democracy despite they're very anti-democratic countries.
 
2013-05-07 09:39:49 AM
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2013-05-07 10:03:01 AM
Meh, as always it was an attempt to get food and aid.

fark them.
 
2013-05-07 10:03:56 AM

Garaba: Please, this is what really happened.

They finally scrounged enough gas firewood to drive the launchers back to base.

 
2013-05-07 10:17:03 AM
This is good. Our long national nightmare is over and we can resume caring about when Kim Cardassian's kid is going to burst through her chest.
 
2013-05-07 11:01:21 AM
Lil Kim either came to his senses or is waiting for a time when America is less distracted by domestic problems.
 
2013-05-07 11:12:59 AM
I find it sad that this kind of news gets so little response, especially when compared to the more dramatic lead up.
 
2013-05-07 11:15:56 AM

SweetHomeNowhere: If North Korean launches a rocket tomorrow, Park Geun-hye will be pretty much criticized for inadequately confronting North Korea while she's staying in the USA. There's nothing to see here. South Korea is pretty much doomed in every way.

You know what's the bigger problem than North Korea? South Korean citizens elected a president last year with the help of manipulating online opinions that favored a daughter of a very undemocratic dictator and this scandal is getting more public exposure. Anyways both South Korea and North Korea have one thing in common: they're proud that they follow democracy despite they're very anti-democratic countries.


Hell of a link you've got there, buddy.

Manipulation of public opinion by National Intelligence Service during 2012 South Korean presidential election consisted of two incident. First, one female agent was claimed to manipulate public opinion for help <a data-cke-saved-href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_Geun-hye" title="Park Geun-hye">Park Geun-hye's presidential election by command of NIS. Second, director of...
 
2013-05-07 11:19:53 AM

ChipNASA: Really? Am I the only one.....like Get off Mah Lawn and Pass The Doobie...
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you're not the only one... I'm right there with ya... and Lowell and Bonnie and the Tower of Power horns...  maybe we can all walk together... down in dixieland...
 
2013-05-07 01:04:55 PM
Jimmy Lloyd was said to be inconsolable, when reached for comment.
 
2013-05-07 03:38:12 PM
Reminds me of a photo I saw floating around of some of North Korea's missiles... fascinatingly, they had english ( latin?) numbers and letters pasted all over the damn thing. It was interesting because they have their own alphabet and numerals etc in Korean.... so the only explanation is that they put all that on their for American/European consumption.

Wouldnt doubt if the things they dragged out onto the pad were made of paper machet
 
2013-05-07 05:07:21 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Let's be serious for a minute. They had no intention of shooting any rocket at the United States.

The did show what a bunch of warmongering xenophobes Americans are, though. So I guess they've got that going for them.


They did?  I though it showed how fearful North Korea is of... well, everything really.
 
2013-05-08 02:10:36 AM
China told them if they fire off a rocket then they are through supporting them........................... If anyone believes China did not have anything to do with them backing down is delusional.
 
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