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Friday, March 18, 2016

Current Events

AMERICA

The statement below resonates. Then again, we could become a problem if we were abused, couldn't we? And that is why the totalitarian minded and collectivists among us are uneasy.


IRISH-AMERICA

And in other news, the Irish riots are beginning because #greenlivesmatter is becoming the latest fad in American politics. There is some confusion as to whether the hippies that joined are in favor of the Irish or space aliens. You'd have to ask them. The movement's popularity in Austin, Texas, where they drink green beer (chasing strange mushrooms) suggests confusion as they seek a close encounter of the third kind...

NORKs

Just when you thought that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea or Nork) might be calming down, launched two more ballistic missiles today. One blew up in mid-flight and the other splashed down in the Sea of Japan.

The DPRK chose to test their Nodong medium-range ballistic missiles. The term "no-dong" must have a different meaning in North Korea than it does in English. I can't imagine the US Air Force ever naming one of their cherished missiles "no-dong".

The Japanese reaction has been restrained when you consider that some of the missile debris came down within Japan’s Air Defense Identification Zone. 

This is the second missile launch effected by the Norks (first on March 10) since the US/ROK military exercises commenced. Some suggest that the fat little dictator is acting out like a spoiled child. I tend to agree. But note that he didn't launch his defective missiles in a southerly direction.


14 comments:

  1. One wonders if there were Iranian observers???

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    1. If so, it must have been disheartening to see a Nodong blow up right after launch. There has been speculation that this particular Nodong was carrying a heat shield for testing purposes for a nuclear re-entry vehicle. I can't say one way or the other, but we know that it blew up over Nork, showering debris over the landscape.

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  2. Can't someone do away with that fat little bow legged ass wipe?

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    1. Both Cruz and Trump must be thinking along those lines. Barack threatens to reduce our supply of rice to the regime and paints red lines everywhere.

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  3. It seems that if the Irish want to celebrate St Patties day, they will have to come to America to do it. It's not big deal over there.

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    1. It's the same with Mexicans and Cinco de Mayo - only celebrated in the US.

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    2. Just an excuse to party.

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    3. Some people need an excuse. Others come to it naturally.

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  4. Austin. What a kook house.

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    1. You don't have to go to the zoo to see bizarre creatures.

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  5. The Irish in Ireland don't celebrate St Patrick's day because they don't need a feck'n excuse to drink...

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  6. I would love to see just exactly how a liberal administration that successfully overturned the 2nd Ammendment would go about collecting up those millions of guns and trillions of rounds of ammo.

    I'd like to see just a rough draft of their action plan.

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    1. Obama had a plan to create a 'domestic force as large as the US military' to do just that, if you recall. He had a vision of young, military age black men answering the call of his urban army. It would have been amusing to see that put into action but it vanished just about as quickly as Acorn did in year one of the ObamaNation.

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