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(Fox News)   Best Korea protests Worst Korea's military drills with US by firing 30 more best rockets at Sea of Japan   (foxnews.com) divider line 41
    More: Obvious, North Korea, United States, South Korean, Japan, Seoul, military drills, air launch, rockets  
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2014-03-22 07:39:45 AM
Money well spent, as usual.
 
2014-03-22 07:44:25 AM
They really should just get together, crack a bottle of their finest Ttongsul, and put away their differences.
 
2014-03-22 07:46:12 AM
We should totally send more aid.
 
2014-03-22 07:51:21 AM
I like to troll my Japanese friends by referring to it as the Korean Sea.
 
2014-03-22 07:52:50 AM
Usually when you protest, you set  yourself on fire rather than try to goad others into doing it to you.
 
2014-03-22 07:58:26 AM

Gone In 26 Minutes: Usually when you protest, you set  yourself on fire rather than try to goad others into doing it to you.


Oh, there's precedent.  Protesters have, for example, been known to throw ROCKS at armed persons. They sometimes do this because they're angry that yesterday, someone was throwing rocks at the same guys with the same guns, and a bunch of protesters got shot. :\

Best Korea is whrrgrbl anyway.

My Korea-related news is that I ordered kimchi from a mail order kimchi place in NYC and it's pretty good, which marks the first pretty-good kimchi I've had in the US!
 
2014-03-22 08:00:55 AM
<holding gun to own head> "Give us food or the Best Korean guy gets it!   He'll do it, he crazy!"
 
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2014-03-22 08:18:38 AM
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2014-03-22 08:21:34 AM
I found the rockets in question:
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-22 08:24:28 AM
Wouldn't be an issue if we'd merely deplete our Navy to cover those EBT cards.
 
2014-03-22 08:28:29 AM

M0nkeyp0x: We should totally send more aid.


Oh I'm sure the bleeding heart libs are planning just that..
 
2014-03-22 08:29:56 AM
In our country, when a rocket hits the sea it's called a mistake.
 
2014-03-22 08:33:37 AM
Best Korea: "What is this 'Sea of Japan' of which you speak?  There is no Sea of Japan, only our East Sea. Off to the gulag with you!"

(Frankly, this is the position of Worst Korea, too.)
 
2014-03-22 08:35:32 AM
They really hate that sea.
 
2014-03-22 08:42:36 AM
let them keep doing it. i'll bet they're running low on weapons now
 
2014-03-22 08:45:55 AM

Not-the-Joker: Best Korea: "What is this 'Sea of Japan' of which you speak?  There is no Sea of Japan, only our East Sea. Off to the gulag with you!"

(Frankly, this is the position of Worst Korea, too.)


reading the news recently, I'd say despising the Japanese is one thing that Best & Worst Korea have in common...
 
2014-03-22 08:48:56 AM

Forbidden Doughnut: Not-the-Joker: Best Korea: "What is this 'Sea of Japan' of which you speak?  There is no Sea of Japan, only our East Sea. Off to the gulag with you!"

(Frankly, this is the position of Worst Korea, too.)

reading the news recently, I'd say despising the Japanese is one thing that Best & Worst Korea have in common...


As does most of the rest of that region. And it's not just because of Japans' antics during WW2 either. Goes back quite a while.
 
2014-03-22 08:52:43 AM
Confabulat:   In our country, when a rocket hits the sea it's called a mistake.


Maybe Lil Kim declared war on the sea, just like a certain Roman emperor.


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2014-03-22 08:53:46 AM
A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?
 
2014-03-22 08:54:09 AM

oukewldave: They really hate that sea.


Well can you blame them the way it's always violating their borders every twelve hours?
 
2014-03-22 09:03:13 AM
meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?



How is the number of rockets the US has relevant to this issue?

The relevant issue is whether the US (or the South Koreans) is firing rockets or any sort of weapons in a provocative manner toward the DPRK.
 
2014-03-22 09:21:28 AM
Depending on whose waters those rockets are reaching, they are screwing up somebody's fishing.
 
2014-03-22 09:34:32 AM

SirEattonHogg: meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?


How is the number of rockets the US has relevant to this issue?

The relevant issue is whether the US (or the South Koreans) is firing rockets or any sort of weapons in a provocative manner toward the DPRK.


LAUGHTER OL it has the relevance because I wished for having the comparison for the frame of the referencing Defensiveanna.
 
2014-03-22 10:50:52 AM
I am starting to feel sorry for the sea there...
 
2014-03-22 10:58:00 AM

SirEattonHogg: Confabulat:   In our country, when a rocket hits the sea it's called a mistake.


Maybe Lil Kim declared war on the sea, just like a certain Roman emperor.


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  I thought it was Xerxes .

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2014-03-22 11:04:15 AM
Intel sources say the Sea of Japan is nearly ready to surrender.
 
2014-03-22 11:16:41 AM
If they shoot enough rockets into the sea, it will create a land bridge, and they'll be able to walk over to Japan and have food and electricity and human rights.

So I see why they stopped at 30.
 
hej
2014-03-22 11:20:04 AM

meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?


In more curious about how big the pile is of rockets at the bottom of the sea.
 
2014-03-22 12:12:29 PM

hej: meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?

In more curious about how big the pile is of rockets at the bottom of the sea.


...and how much perchlorate and other chemicals have been released into the sea as a result.
 
2014-03-22 12:28:47 PM

M0nkeyp0x: We should totally send more aid.


To whom... Worst Korea, Best Korea or the Sea of Japan?
 
2014-03-22 01:47:14 PM

meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?


To respond to the less trolly part -- It depends on what they mean by "rockets".  TFA said "short-range rockets" which could still mean anything from Katyushas (range ~3.4 miles; each "rocket" weighs only 93 lbs) to Scuds (range 200-300 miles; each rocket weighs 2-3 tons; potentially nuclear capable).  If they're talking about the former, even North Korea probably has thousands of them; if the latter, they might have already expended a significant portion of their arsenal.  The Wikipedia article on NK's Strategic Rocket Forces suggests that their arsenal of short-ranged ballistic missiles numbers in the hundreds.
 
2014-03-22 01:49:25 PM

Arkanaut: meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?

To respond to the less trolly part -- It depends on what they mean by "rockets".  TFA said "short-range rockets" which could still mean anything from Katyushas (range ~3.4 miles; each "rocket" weighs only 93 lbs) to Scuds (range 200-300 miles; each rocket weighs 2-3 tons; potentially nuclear capable).  If they're talking about the former, even North Korea probably has thousands of them; if the latter, they might have already expended a significant portion of their arsenal.  The Wikipedia article on NK's Strategic Rocket Forces suggests that their arsenal of short-ranged ballistic missiles numbers in the hundreds.


Thank you. I was not doing the troll asking about the United States. Perhaps it would be a better country to do comparison with such as Australia or Japan or France or something. I just do not have the framing of reference to know if their number is a lot. But thank you.
 
2014-03-22 01:59:27 PM
Analysts say the impoverished North chafes against the annual drills because it has to spend precious resources responding with its own exercises.

Then they should be holding the drills weekly until Best Korea's economy tanks even more.
 
dh2
2014-03-22 02:01:39 PM

RY28: SirEattonHogg: Confabulat:   In our country, when a rocket hits the sea it's called a mistake.


Maybe Lil Kim declared war on the sea, just like a certain Roman emperor.


[images.dvdfr.com image 350x397]

  I thought it was Xerxes .

[static.fjcdn.com image 440x679]


One man's Mede is another man's Persian.
 
2014-03-22 02:41:46 PM
They don't hate the sea of Japan, the missles were aimed at worst Korea and missed.
 
2014-03-22 03:03:22 PM
Both North Korea and South Korea are searching for independence from the world, it just happens that North Korea is doing it the 1950's concept of Authoritarian Dictatorship and Hostility to outside forces, and South Korea is doing it through ever increasing efficiency and self-investment.

The Hermit Kingdom mentality is truly alive and in South Korea and they may achieve, water, energy and food independence from trade in the next 10 years if current investments continue:

Fuel
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130929142737.htm
Energy Transmission/Conservation
http://ir.amsc.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=642667
Vertical Farming
http://www.treehugger.com/green-food/real-live-vertical-farm-built-i n- south-korea-churning-out-lettuce.html
Water Recycling
http://www.alibaba.com/countrysearch/KR/water-recycling-system-suppl ie r.html

and finally city design that supports all of the other aspects of self-independance, which has already begun to be built.

http://inhabitat.com/songdo-ibd-south-koreas-new-eco-city/

While North Korea is truly an abomination, in terms of everything humanity currently values, South Korea is moving by leaps and bounds towards self sufficiency just as North Korea keeps claiming it wants for itself. South Korea, just is doing it the smarter way.
 
2014-03-22 03:05:53 PM

Arkanaut: meow said the dog: A question which has seriousness. How many rockets likely are had by they? Hundreds? Thousands? Billions?

How many is had by the United Dtates of the Americas?

To respond to the less trolly part -- It depends on what they mean by "rockets".  TFA said "short-range rockets" which could still mean anything from Katyushas (range ~3.4 miles; each "rocket" weighs only 93 lbs) to Scuds (range 200-300 miles; each rocket weighs 2-3 tons; potentially nuclear capable).  If they're talking about the former, even North Korea probably has thousands of them; if the latter, they might have already expended a significant portion of their arsenal.  The Wikipedia article on NK's Strategic Rocket Forces suggests that their arsenal of short-ranged ballistic missiles numbers in the hundreds.


Thanks! I too was wondering how many more they could shoot off before they were reduced to throwing rocks.
 
2014-03-22 04:26:55 PM

Omnis_evil_twin: I like to troll my Japanese friends by referring to it as the Korean Sea.


At least shoot for accuracy and call it the "East Sea."
 
2014-03-22 06:46:28 PM
So they protest by littering?
 
2014-03-22 07:59:43 PM
So that's like, all of them, right?
 
2014-03-22 09:30:03 PM
Good news, someone caught a picture of the launch!

nationalspacestudiescenter.files.wordpress.com
 
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