North Korea`s Rocket Launch Failed Today [Pic+]

Submitted by: ivran 5 years ago in

Poor North Korea can"t seem to do anything right. No biggie though--they might try nuclear next. Should we be worried?
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Male 216
The best thing is we don`t have to take Kim Jong-un seriously anymore...even Obama said so.
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Male 4,793
IF they do indeed nuke ANY country, then plenty of countries (america included) will without hesitation go over there and drat their poo up for the next 100 years. It would be the biggest mistake of their lives.
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Male 253
The pic of the knife through the neck is interesting.
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Male 253
I agree with you Rawrg, but the only way we know how to help people in countries like this seems to be very unpopular.
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Male 766
seems to me the `mercans have a working laser on some few ships . . . nothing radar can see . . .
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Male 15,832
We ought to just nuke these poor bastards and put them out of their misery.
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Male 39,582
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Male 17,512
keith2: Yup, The Yal-1 is a very nice anti-missile weapon, completely secretive and deniable too.

I don`t think we will ever know just exactly how many missiles these planes have shot down or if they even have.
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Male 2,591
Heh, I know we knocked that fugger right out of the sky. N. Korea will NEVER get a rocket to last more than 2 minutes in flight, we won`t allow it. Lasers n shxt.
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Male 934
It`s just so disheartening that a country like North Korea (or many of the countries in the Middle East and Africa) treat their people so terribly in this day and age.

I mean, yeah, we can certainly complain righteously that our own governments in the developed world still overstep their bounds from time to time, but it`s nothing compared to what the poor citizens of that country have to deal with. It`s times like these that I really appreciate how good I have it in the United States, but I also feel something between shame and guilt for not being able to help these people who are just as human as I am. In the end, I just have to accept that North Korea will have to find a way to change itself for the better from within, and hope for that day to come as soon as possible.
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Male 10,855

"It may curve to the left, it may curve to the right. These type-o-dongs are pretty sensitive."
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Male 25,417
It was a safe rocket... it was designed to do that.
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Male 2,619
North Korean News, "our leaders mighty rocket took off then dove into the water as a submarine to confuse the puppet west."
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Female 2,927
just keep this in mind. whats more destructive, some one who is a dead shot or someone with no aim at all?
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Male 15,187
In a way, I am both relieved and disappointed. A nuke is a trump card, but it doesn`t make the country a superpower witout ICBMs to deliver it. I believe the North Koreans are playing for a stronger negotiating card to facilitate a soft landing for the regime in a reunification. I believe the leadership isn`t looking for riches, but an honourable retirement.
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Male 17,512
I can`t prove it but I`m betting we shot it down with a Boeing YAL-1, as I believe we`ve shot down other N.Korean rockets as well.Boeing Yal-1
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Male 39,582

The official word from the North Korean government is,
"I meant for that to happen."
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Male 1,122
What are they talking about? His long range orbital rocket sub performed exactly as it was supposed to.
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Male 15,510
Such expectation for that FAIL
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Male 835
Well, nice to see that at least ONE person in N Korea isn`t starving.
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Male 3,482
Meh. Let it happen.

I`ve always wanted to play the IRL version of Fallout.
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Male 39,582

DUMMKAPF!
Head Will Roll!


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Male 3,058
And just as quickly, clicky-clicky fixed.
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Male 3,058
clicky-clicky fail.
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Female 97
Viral apocalypse is looking better and better each day.
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Male 41
clicky clicky clicky clicky, huh?
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Male 599
Link: North Korea`s Rocket Launch Failed Today [Pic+] [Rate Link] - Poor North Korea can`t seem to do anything right. No biggie though--they might try nuclear next. Should we be worried?
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