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Well, it is Kim Il Jong's birthday or something, but I think the timing is more likely to do with State of the Union address, force Obama to make reference to North Korea's awesomeness.
Get ready for more!
North Korea has told its key ally, China, that it is prepared to stage one or even two more nuclear tests this year in an effort to force the United States into diplomatic talks with Pyongyang, said a source with direct knowledge of the message.
Further tests could also be accompanied this year by another rocket launch, said the source who has direct access to the top levels of government in both Beijing and Pyongyang.
The isolated regime conducted its third nuclear test on Tuesday, drawing global condemnation and a stern warning from the United States that it was a threat and a provocation.
“It’s all ready. A fourth and fifth nuclear test and a rocket launch could be conducted soon, possibly this year,” the source said, adding that the fourth nuclear test would be much larger than the third at an equivalent of 10 kilotons of TNT.
The tests will be undertaken, the source said, unless Washington holds talks with North Korea and abandons its policy of what Pyongyang sees as attempts at regime change.
BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea has told its key ally, China, that it is prepared to stage one or even two more nuclear tests this year in an effort to force the United States into diplomatic talks with
Promising new diplomatic efforts imo.
Retired US basketball player Dennis Rodman, known for his flamboyant image, arrives in North Korea to film a TV programme.
This should be fun!
North Korea threatened on Tuesday to nullify the truce that ended the Korean War in 1953, South Korea's Yonhap news agency said.
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"The drummer for Maryland's pep band just freaked out: 'They're trying to slow the game down,' he screamed. 'Get up on them, get up on them.
Can we just carpet bomb the whole country and then shrug and make the "I dunno" noise when someone asks us what happened
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Good to see the US and UN calling their bluff.
North Koreas decision to scrap its non-aggression pact with the South comes after Pyongyang threatened to launch a nuclear strike against the U.S.
God, I wish they would launch one of those shitty Stalin-era nuclear missiles at us. Would give us a perfect reason to push the reset button on the upper half of the peninsula.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
After hitting the reset button, you'd probably get the blue screen of death, but point taken.
If Obama, when asked about who bombed the hell out of NK, responded with an Urkel "DID I DO THAAAAAAAAAAAAATT?," I would support a constitutional amendment barring term limits.
If he dressed like Urkel at the time, I'd actually consider voting for him.
I'd NEVER vote for him but would applaude him locating his sack to make the right call!
They're so adorable.
No, YOU'RE invalid
SIAP, but it's great to see that leaders have their priorities straight.
Eliana Johnson writes on NRO: North Korea has scrapped the 1953 armistice with South Korea and the Chinese government seems to have hacked much of Washington, D.C., but the man in charge of America’s Pacific Command says the chief long-term security threat in the region is climate change, according to the Boston Globe. Admiral Samuel Locklear III . . .
Exclusive video of the lead-up to the decision to invalidate the armistice
The final song of the 1933 Marx Brothers film "Duck Soup".
I can't help but wonder what kinds of things Dennis Rodman is filling their heads with.
when i heard the 'friends for life' story, couldn't help but picture carl spackler telling ty "Seriously, Ty, no bs...if you ever wanna rap, or talk or just get weird with someone...you know, buddies for life"
not sure who would be carl and who would be ty in this analogy though
North Korea is basically Stringer Bell, but the problem is they think they're "Running the drug business while Avon is in jail" Stringer Bell, when they're really "Stringer Bell in an abandoned building with Omar and Brother Mouzone."
Kim Jong-un is crazier than his dad. I don't know why anyone voted for him.
"Venomous swish of skirt" is the best line ever to come out of a government statement.
North Korea launched its first direct personal attack on South Korea’s female president, blaming rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula on her “venomous swish of skirt.”
B-52s saying hi to Un:
Also, whatever the fuck she said but its a propaganda video depicting attacks on D.C.
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Wow. This is NOT roomy!
Sending the B-52s over is a pretty smart diplomatic move by President Obama.
Even totalitarian assholes like Un enjoy "Love Shack" and "Rock Lobster."
I waver back and forth on whether he's actually nuts enough to go ahead and do it, but I agree it would be hilarious if he did. Assuming the damn stone aged thing didn't blow up on the pad or fall into the Sea of Japan, we'd pop it with an Aegis boat or one of the interceptors in Shemya about 10 minutes after it launched and be all like "hope you enjoyed that 80 gallon moment KJ...but now you are really good and f***ed brah."
"Hey, North Korea...you ever heard of Ohio-class submarines? You will have in about 5 minutes."
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