|bopeton - 2015-07-11 |
Why didn't they conscript a few thousand citizens to fill the stands? This empty stands thing is just creepy.
Is that how it works? I'm a little ashamed to admit it but I watch a lot of American Idol, America's Got Talent, So You Think You Can Dance, things like that and wonder how they're so packed all the time. You'd have to pay me or at least give me a blowjob to sit in a crowded loud auditorium for as long as those shows actually are.
DPRK should open a research department for blowjobs not guns.
|infinite zest - 2015-07-11 |
Korea's Got Talent
Even in this age of having heard every nostalgic retro song remixed a million times, this was great!
|Hooker - 2015-07-11 |
Wrapping a horrific totalitarian regime in such a thick veneer of tackiness doesn't exactly work, but you have to give them points for originality. If North Korea actually is, in any way, dangerous to the broader world, coming off as so completely incompetent is a brilliant ruse. I can't believe they're even capable of something like clearcutting, let alone nuclear holocaust.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
The problem is that they have THOUSANDS of artillery guns aimed at Seoul and should open hostilities break out between NK and SK/USA, Seoul would end up looking like Brian Harrod once everything is said and done. And in addition to that what do you do with the millions of starving and illiterate North Koreans once their regime is toppled?
|urbanelf - 2015-07-11 |
© 1976 Kim Jong Il & Brian Harrod
|Sexy Duck Cop - 2015-07-11 |
You know what? They look like they're having fun performing music that isn't a jangly faux-opera or military marching song. It's like "Wow, I'm a musician who gets to play a real song! What a treat!" And good for them. I hope they had fun and weren't executed.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-07-11 |
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-07-11 |
This years Hunger Games is even weirder than the last.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-07-12 |
A girl's gotta earn her weekly food ration somehow.
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