Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Pentagon Says N. Korean Threat is "Silly"

And this is the first time I have agreed with anything coming from Washington D.C.'s general direction!

How can we take seriously the threat of a " thousand-fold retaliation" and a "merciless military strike" if the U.S. does something NK doesn't like, when they only have a fraction of our military power, and only a few thousand miles of open sea to cross?

They can get away with talking to their citizens like that, and it might affect them, but they seem to forget about the whole "sleeping giant" thing.

I think our policy towards them should be, "Kim, give us back the Pueblo, and we won't send a laser-guided missile through your palace's dining room window," or something like that. No boots on the ground or anything like that, just a simple, short request followed by cooperation or an explosion.

Didn't the North Korean missile program have to be postponed due to the punk getting wet?

Sample of North Korean Missile Program.
(Heavy Artillery)

Then there was the time that the bottle fell over.

And the nuclear program was postponed because someone forgot to stir it every thirty minutes...! *Fingers pointing at Sung-Twong*


AdamS said...

LOL! Very funny.

Sung-Twong, no rice for you!

Son3 said...

LOL'd at that!

Dr. Paleo Ph.D. said...

Hilarious, man, hilarious!

Son3 said...


Johann Van De Leeuw said...

"Diplomacy is the art of saying, "Nice Doggie", while you're looking for a rock."
~Guess who said that? (Not me....)
C'mon, give me a guess, Son3! :)

Son3 said...

Okay, without looking it up (no cheating), I would guess...

Benjamin Franklin???

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Guess again.

Son3 said...

Arrgh! *Snorting*

Can I ask for a hint?

Is this person alive today?

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

No, he isn't. I'll tell you "am morgen". :)

Son3 said...

I don't want to wait until "am morgen", I want to find out "am now"!

Ahora, comprende?


Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Ok, Will Rogers.

Son3 said...

*Gasps for Joy*

I may now sleep soundly.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...


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