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Hmmmm....I highly doubt that last part.
As for North Korea your time folks would be better spent thinking about the next Anerican Idol, because nothing at all is going to happen military wise. They are making a big fuss, we will pay them, they will quit making a fuss. The end.
Hugo Chavez has died. Venezuela to remain heavily socialist.
Eh, whatever. You can just laugh at them the way I laugh at Ted Nugent. Celebrities shouldn't really be taken that seriously anyways - they have their areas of expertise, and generally, political issues aren't one of those areas.
I would love to visit North Korea. As long as I can remember, I've always been fascinated with that country and its batsh*t leaders.
You being all white and female and whatnot would make that a bad plan. They have concentration camps for their own citizens if they are deemed to have "sewed seeds of discontent" about the government. Imagine how much that law is a abused. They lock these people up and torture, starve and beat them. Regular citizens!
So many improper definitions of Socialist and Communist today.
Nah, I'd be fine. North Korea is desperate to show the world how normal it is, and how wonderfully it treats visitors (even imperialist Americans like myself). They'd roll out the red carpet in their empty hotels, restaurants, and karaoke bars for me.
Hah, good point. God they love karaoke over there. I was in the Philipines for a month and its everywhere.
I want to golf their wonderful courses. Think I can get 12 hole in ones.
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