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2014-07-27 12:59:33 AM  
If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?
 
2014-07-27 02:01:50 AM  

nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?


Just wait till the ocean has enough of the rocketing and goes into N.Korea.  Then you'll cry and wail over THAT.
 
2014-07-27 02:02:57 AM  
Best Korea can't have too many more model rockets to play with. Between Fatty's food budget and all the unpaid invoices to Chapstick to keep his brainless dogs asskissing, they gotta be past broke.
 
2014-07-27 02:09:59 AM  
Good. fark water had it coming
 
2014-07-27 02:15:35 AM  
weknowmemes.com
 
2014-07-27 02:38:59 AM  
I knew that dance video would cause trouble.
 
2014-07-27 02:42:42 AM  
img.fark.net

You know, eventually the guy guiding the NK missile launcher with a Sega Genesis controller plugged into a 1998 iMac is going to f*ck it up and hit something that actually matters.
 
2014-07-27 03:02:17 AM  
www.wearysloth.com

Pffft, what a poser.  I did that 2,000 years ago.
 
2014-07-27 03:19:06 AM  
You'd think with all the testing N Korea does that their rockets are made pretty shiatty, especially if all they do is hit water.
 
2014-07-27 03:20:13 AM  

nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?


I'm not, thanks. Can you please try and drag the GOP into this debate. That'd be great. Oh, and Fox news too.

// if I was keeping score then I wouldn't need your moron ass to tell me the score
// grammar fail
 
2014-07-27 03:22:20 AM  
YAR!

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-07-27 03:23:47 AM  
fc05.deviantart.net
 
2014-07-27 03:30:43 AM  
TFA: A ministry official says the missile fired from North Korea's southwest Hwanghae province on Saturday evening flew about 500 kilometers (310 miles) across the country before landing in the ocean.

i.lvme.me
 
2014-07-27 04:33:22 AM  

Yogimus: nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?

Just wait till the ocean has enough of the rocketing and goes into N.Korea.  Then you'll cry and wail over THAT.


Seriously, by this point I would have expected a reaction from Poseidon himself, or at the very least Aquaman. Mark my words, 30 years from now declassified documents will be released stating that North Korea was secretly working with Japan to eradicate the whales, while we just stood by and watched because it would be bad for the tentacle porn industry.
 
2014-07-27 04:49:30 AM  
Simply replace Trump with Kim.

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2014-07-27 04:50:49 AM  

gggoddammitt: Seriously, by this point I would have expected a reaction from Poseidon himself, or at the very least Aquaman. Mark my words, 30 years from now declassified documents will be released stating that North Korea was secretly working with Japan to eradicate the whales, while we just stood by and watched because it would be bad for the tentacle porn industry.


www.trekmate.org.uk

Are you sure it isn't time for a colorful metaphor?
 
2014-07-27 05:33:19 AM  
Are they just tests? Or do they have piss-poor depth perception
 
2014-07-27 06:00:03 AM  

Big Ramifications: nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?

I'm not, thanks. Can you please try and drag the GOP into this debate. That'd be great. Oh, and Fox news too.

// if I was keeping score then I wouldn't need your moron ass to tell me the score
// grammar fail


I'm not keeping score, but he was grammatically correct. You're = you are.

Rotsky?
 
2014-07-27 07:10:03 AM  

Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.


It's mostly because China wants them to stay as they are, providing a nice buffer between their country and a highly western-friendly democracy.  That, and do you think China wouldn't lose its shiat if the US decided to invade a neighboring country?

Do agree we need to just let go of the Middle East, or at least loosen our grip.  We've demonstrated time and time again that not only does the leadership not understand the area, they are actively afraid of any people within the military who do.
 
2014-07-27 07:45:05 AM  
It seems to be effective.
I don't recall reading a single shark attack story out of Best Korea.
 
2014-07-27 08:20:32 AM  

SirEattonHogg: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]

Pffft, what a poser.  I did that 2,000 years ago.


Damnit, you beat me to it.

+1
 
2014-07-27 08:24:18 AM  

yukichigai: Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.

It's mostly because China wants them to stay as they are, providing a nice buffer between their country and a highly western-friendly democracy.  That, and do you think China wouldn't lose its shiat if the US decided to invade a neighboring country?

Do agree we need to just let go of the Middle East, or at least loosen our grip.  We've demonstrated time and time again that not only does the leadership not understand the area, they are actively afraid of any people within the military who do.


Nailed it. N. Korea is the crazy watchdog on the back porch.
cdn.arwrath.com
 
2014-07-27 08:27:35 AM  

Now I Is!: [fc05.deviantart.net image 850x274]


Believe it or not, all the posturing is not trying to pick a fight with the US, but rather to scare the US from invading/bombing them (along with the usual politicking and food aid). Do you really think the US would've invaded Iraq if Iraq was preforming underground nuclear tests every couple years and shooting short-range IBMs into the Persian Gulf every now and then? The US wouldve never went into Iraq had it knew that Saddam had any WMDs to retaliate with.
 
2014-07-27 08:36:06 AM  

SirEattonHogg: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]

Pffft, what a poser.  I did that 2,000 years ago.


Came here for that. Leaving happy...

/ John Hurt = best Caligula.
 
2014-07-27 08:53:51 AM  
Yogimus:

Just wait till the ocean has enough of the rocketing and goes into N.Korea.  Then you'll cry and wail over THAT.

The ocean is not what I'm worried about.; It's what's IN the ocean.

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-07-27 09:05:37 AM  
Irish-rock band name: Imperial Dogs of the Sea.
 
2014-07-27 09:15:46 AM  

Big Ramifications: nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by Israelis in the past few weeks: almost a thousand

Civilians in neighboring territory subject to a political dispute killed by North Korea in the past few weeks: zero

That said, if you want to advocate for an imperialistic US foreign policy, we should be a lot more worried about nuclear North Korea than a tribal conflict between a bunch of people who aren't geographically close to us and have repeatedly demonstrated that they are provoked by our involvement there. I mean, unless you base your foreign policy on what you hear in your Abrahamic house of worship (all three guilty).

Who's with me?

I'm not, thanks. Can you please try and drag the GOP into this debate. That'd be great. Oh, and Fox news too.

// if I was keeping score then I wouldn't need your moron ass to tell me the score
// grammar fail


Wait I thought it was Russia ebil because 300 dead in a war zone?
 
2014-07-27 09:21:17 AM  

LazyMedia: Yogimus:

Just wait till the ocean has enough of the rocketing and goes into N.Korea.  Then you'll cry and wail over THAT.

The ocean is not what I'm worried about.; It's what's IN the ocean.


Godzilla? Pfffttt...

I don't know why North Korea is trying so hard to piss off Aquaman. You laugh now, but when its raining whales and sharknadoes, everyone will be lining up to cockpunch best leader.
 
2014-07-27 09:35:36 AM  
Hm, missed a good Canute/Xerxes comparison there subby.
 
2014-07-27 10:58:08 AM  

LazyMedia: Yogimus:

Just wait till the ocean has enough of the rocketing and goes into N.Korea.  Then you'll cry and wail over THAT.

The ocean is not what I'm worried about.; It's what's IN the ocean.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 718x432]


Well, history shows again and again how nature points up the folly of men.
 
2014-07-27 11:05:22 AM  

Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.


Grab your rifle and commence to liberate them.  We'll watch you protect the people and do some democracy promoting.

/Hurry up, they've heard about your concern and are breathlessly waiting for you.
 
2014-07-27 11:11:12 AM  

Wolf892: yukichigai: Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.

It's mostly because China wants them to stay as they are, providing a nice buffer between their country and a highly western-friendly democracy.  That, and do you think China wouldn't lose its shiat if the US decided to invade a neighboring country?

Do agree we need to just let go of the Middle East, or at least loosen our grip.  We've demonstrated time and time again that not only does the leadership not understand the area, they are actively afraid of any people within the military who do.

I agree, but it adds to the hypocrisy. Staying out of N. Korea is in the U.S's best interest, so allowing the N. Korean's to suffer is in their best interest. When helping benefits the U.S they "help" when not helping benefits them, they stay out of it. It's gross. Also, I believe history will look very, very harshly on our time and how N. Korea was handled from a humanitarian point of view.


So you advocate for the U.S. to be the world's policeman? With the attendant military spending, foreign intervention, nation building, and combat deaths that go along with being the world's policeman?

Or do you feel the U.S. should intervene only when we are directly attacked inside North America?

Or do you believe U.S. foreign policy should be some point on the spectrum between those two extremes? If so, where do you draw that line?
 
2014-07-27 11:16:57 AM  

Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.


I'm going to assume you aren't a troll and respond. You really want us to invade North Korea to free them? Think it through, and then think it through again after considering that they are now a nuclear power.
 
2014-07-27 11:17:14 AM  
Man, he really must hate the ocean.
 
2014-07-27 11:48:45 AM  

70Ford: yukichigai: Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.

It's mostly because China wants them to stay as they are, providing a nice buffer between their country and a highly western-friendly democracy.  That, and do you think China wouldn't lose its shiat if the US decided to invade a neighboring country?

Do agree we need to just let go of the Middle East, or at least loosen our grip.  We've demonstrated time and time again that not only does the leadership not understand the area, they are actively afraid of any people within the military who do.

Nailed it. N. Korea is the crazy watchdog on the back porch.
[cdn.arwrath.com image 415x255]


Like x 3
 
2014-07-27 12:07:48 PM  

Fallout Boy: Now I Is!: [fc05.deviantart.net image 850x274]

Believe it or not, all the posturing is not trying to pick a fight with the US, but rather to scare the US from invading/bombing them (along with the usual politicking and food aid). Do you really think the US would've invaded Iraq if Iraq was preforming underground nuclear tests every couple years and shooting short-range IBMs into the Persian Gulf every now and then? The US wouldve never went into Iraq had it knew that Saddam had any WMDs to retaliate with.


Is that why, when we invaded, we took chemical suits with us and still deploy every soldier with gear designed to protect them from WMDs?
 
2014-07-27 12:08:23 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Man, he really must hate the ocean.


Or maybe he just hates cans.
 
2014-07-27 12:10:26 PM  
The real story behind the scenes of Best Korea's rocket science.

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2014-07-27 04:11:50 PM  
What Best Korea doesn't want you to know: They're secretly building a bridge to Japan.

What Best Korea's leaders don't know: every missile had a warhead full of messages in bottles asking for help or a pizza delivery. Unfortunately the warheads don't work so none of the bottles have ever been released.
 
2014-07-27 05:39:17 PM  
One of these days they are going to accidentally hit Niigata.
 
2014-07-27 05:44:33 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Man, he really must hate the ocean.


We need to express our deepest gratitude to Kim Jong Un's heroic rocket tests. One word: Kaiju. He's keeping us safe.
 
2014-07-27 10:53:15 PM  

Lsherm: Big Ramifications: nickdaisy: If you're keeping score it's:

Civilians in neighboring territory subj....

// if I was keeping score then I wouldn't need your moron ass to tell me the score
// grammar fail

I'm not keeping score, but he was grammatically correct. You're = you are.

Rotsky?


That would be spelling, not grammar. I was more angling for the whole "if you're keeping score" bit.

If you are keeping score then you don't need someone to....

Ah forget it.
 
2014-07-28 04:53:45 AM  

Wolf892: Medic Zero: Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.

I'm going to assume you aren't a troll and respond. You really want us to invade North Korea to free them? Think it through, and then think it through again after considering that they are now a nuclear power.

You mean they have "Weapons of Mass Destruction" just like Saddam did when the US invaded? Is that what's holding us back? What about the whole "Never again" lesson we learned with the Holocaust... I guess that only means something if the country we need to stand up against in order to protect the people from a tyrant is much weaker than us and won't put up much of a fight. If they can fight back then screw em... Let their people suffer and suffer, right??


So you're willing to have a thermonuclear war to free north Korea?
 
2014-07-28 07:13:34 AM  

Wolf892: Medic Zero: Wolf892: Medic Zero: Wolf892: The fact that the Western world allows the human travesty that is the continued suffering of the N. Korean people under the regime of the Kim's proves undoubtedly the hypocrisy of said nations going into oil rich countries in order to protect the people and promote democracy.
An oil free N. Korea gets zero real world help beyond the "humanitarian" aid we ship to Kim's soldiers and elites... Meanwhile the Middle East can't shake off the grip of Western influence and hampering.

I'm going to assume you aren't a troll and respond. You really want us to invade North Korea to free them? Think it through, and then think it through again after considering that they are now a nuclear power.

You mean they have "Weapons of Mass Destruction" just like Saddam did when the US invaded? Is that what's holding us back? What about the whole "Never again" lesson we learned with the Holocaust... I guess that only means something if the country we need to stand up against in order to protect the people from a tyrant is much weaker than us and won't put up much of a fight. If they can fight back then screw em... Let their people suffer and suffer, right??

So you're willing to have a thermonuclear war to free north Korea?

Do you honestly think N. Korea could ever successfully fire off a nuke towards the west and that that nuke would reach the west and that that nuke would then detonate properly? If so... wow, just wow. Does being a pussy come naturally to you or did you have to get a master's degree in it to seem so proficient?


So, your argument is so weak you need to resort to personal attacks? Nice.
 
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