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crazy North Korean motherfucker
#41
(01-09-2014, 12:59 PM)Maggot Wrote: I don't believe the German Shepherds did anything ......it was Chihuahuas. Thousands of them, nipping and biting and barking.

Your cruelty is inventive.
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#42
(01-09-2014, 12:58 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Stop humoring MS, CN.

Nobody with a single functioning brain cell believes that I privately sent MS photos.

You mean he lied?

Say it ain't so spy.
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#43
(01-09-2014, 02:45 PM)Cynical Ninja Wrote:
(01-09-2014, 12:58 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Stop humoring MS, CN.

Nobody with a single functioning brain cell believes that I privately sent MS photos.

You mean he lied?

Say it ain't so spy.

I should've clarified.

No one has sent me anything private (except Smegs, and ALL of you know why).

I like to take credit for the pic HotD posted down by the wharf a little over a year ago.

Lovely!
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#44
What can I say, MS. Everything I do; I do it for you.

And, I did post a couple of seriously racy shots of my Arizona trip per your request. So, you can take credit for those very fascinating Sarcastic pics, too.


Back to truly interesting people and photos.

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#45
(01-09-2014, 12:27 PM)Cynical Ninja Wrote:
(01-09-2014, 12:08 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: Remember when I politely asked for more pics of you awhile back and you kindly provided them?

Oh really?

The plot thickens.

A crazy lady here used to send me pics of her lady lumps asking for my opinion. I didn't request them but I didn't mind giving her a bullet review of the images in question.

Ahem.


My guess would be sinister, but she put her nasty boobies in the main forum, so maybe not.
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#46
I honestly feel bad for the U.S. because of Rodman. He is an international embarrassment.
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#47
I don't feel that Rodman is an embarrassment to my country, personally. But, I agree that he embarrassed himself and he's not qualified to position himself as an international liaison of sorts.

Rodman entered a rehab center on Wednesday.

I saw him on Celebrity Rehab a few years ago; he didn't take the treatment seriously at all and seemed pissed off that he was there - it was either rehab in Pasadena or jail. I really hope he takes it seriously this time and pulls himself together, but wouldn't bank on it.

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"Dennis Rodman came back from North Korea in pretty rough shape emotionally. The pressure that was put on him to be a combination 'super human' political figure and 'fixer' got the better of him," his agent, Darren Prince, said Sunday in a written statement. (HOTD: His own doing; he wasn't acting in any official governmental capacity - excuses.) "He is embarrassed, saddened and remorseful for the anger and hurt his words have caused."

Prince said Rodman is at a facility in New Jersey, one with a "28- or 30-day" program. He said Rodman drank heavily in North Korea during a recent tumultuous trip to the secretive state to play a basketball game with some former NBA stars against national team players from the regime.

Rodman apology: 'I had been drinking.' "His drinking escalated to a level that none of us had seen before," (his agent Prince) said Saturday.


Upon leaving North Korea, Rodman was immediately criticized for his friendship with Kim. A mass of reporters met him at the Bejing airport and Rodman broke into tears while answering questions.

"I'm not the president," he told the reporters. "I'm not an ambassador. I'm Dennis Rodman."

Some commentators have said Rodman's "basketball diplomacy" may have positive effects in North Korea by offering the people there a different view of the West, compared with its demonic portrayal in the country's tightly controlled state media.

But others, including human rights activists, say it's an embarrassing media sideshow that distracts attention from the North Korean regime's brutality. A State Department official said Rodman's visit was "marginally unhelpful" and Sen. John McCain said of the retired athlete, "I think he's an idiot."


Full story: http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/18/us/dennis-...?hpt=hp_t2
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#48
“It wasn't me it was the booze!”

One of the classic excuses wheeled out by dickheads usually after the fact in the cold light of soberness.
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#49
(01-19-2014, 02:26 PM)Cynical Ninja Wrote: “It wasn't me it was the booze!”


Once I see that I no longer take seriously the person's effort to get sober. It's a cop-out.
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#50
That's true, if you blame the booze you aren't taking responsibility for your own actions and you'll never get sober.
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#51
Booze makes people do stupid shit they would never do while sober, it's a fact. Same as any other mind altering drugs. They caused you to behave in a way that you would never think of while in a sound mind. It's just the truth and not an excuse. An excuse is when you continue to take the mind altering drugs and don't learn from the first lesson.
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#52
Booze and drugs, outside of moderation, can make people do all kinds of insane shit. No doubt.

Rodman's always been weird and sometimes self-destructive. He's a character. Maybe he's always been altered during his time in the public view? IDK.

I think the big excuse maker in this story is his agent. "Dennis boozed it up and made an ass outta himself because people expected him to behave diplomatically on what Rodman himself billed as a diplomacy tour." That's essentially what the agent claims. Weak. Dennis boozed it up because he's a booze hound who's not taken his addiction seriously, by all indications.

Same shit with David Cassidy. His agent blames attorneys questioning Cassidy vigorously in a lawsuit (which Cassidy initiated) for the fact that Cassidy got his third DUI in under a couple of years. Bullshit. He has an addiction and despite claiming to be rehabbed, he wasn't willing or able to manage it and stop drinking.

So, they both head back to rehab and hopefully, this time, realize that they have serious addiction problems and become committed to managing them for the rest of their lives (instead of doing it just for public perception again), so they don't kill themselves or somebody else.
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#53
(01-19-2014, 10:11 PM)sally Wrote: Booze makes people do stupid shit they would never do while sober, it's a fact. Same as any other mind altering drugs. They caused you to behave in a way that you would never think of while in a sound mind. It's just the truth and not an excuse. An excuse is when you continue to take the mind altering drugs and don't learn from the first lesson.

When I raped you I was very drunk.

That's not an excuse its the truth.
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#54
(01-20-2014, 06:02 AM)Cynical Ninja Wrote:
(01-19-2014, 10:11 PM)sally Wrote: Booze makes people do stupid shit they would never do while sober, it's a fact. Same as any other mind altering drugs. They caused you to behave in a way that you would never think of while in a sound mind. It's just the truth and not an excuse. An excuse is when you continue to take the mind altering drugs and don't learn from the first lesson.

When I raped you I was very drunk.

That's not an excuse its the truth.

I meant doing something like jumping off the roof naked in the pool or sleeping with someone you might not find all that attractive the next morning. Not raping and killing people for Christ's sake.

There was a time when I was a teenager that I got so drunk that I passed out in my parents flower bed like Long Duck Dong from 16 candles, but I never thought about raping anyone.
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#55
We folded a guy up in a lawn chair after we found him trying to hump it. We covered it with a huge pile of leaves and left him there. He is just damn lucky we did not find any anthills because we looked.
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#56
CYBER WARFARE - A REAL THREAT FROM NORTH KOREA?

Interesting to imagine just how much damage could be done by an electronic invasion; seems like the possibilities are almost endless. I wonder how much various countries are investing in offensive and defensive measures.

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Experts say the number of attacks on South Korea over the last five years looks more like a coordinated war than the work of random hackers. This has some officials in the U.S. girding for a broader fight.

“We should never underestimate Pyongyang's willingness to engage in dangerous and provocative behavior to extract more aid and concessions from the international community,” Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, said in a statement to FoxNews.com.

'They are saying quite publicly they have several thousand men and women working on a daily basis on cyber.'

“North Korea is certainly not the most capable nation-state threat actor today, but even relatively minor cyberplayers can sometimes find vulnerabilities in complicated civilian architectures and cause significant disruptions."

While no one knows exactly what North Korea has up its sleeve, a number of hackers who have defected, as well as the increasingly sophisticated attacks on South Korea, suggest that its leader, Kim Jong-un, isn’t limiting his muscle-flexing to nuclear tests in the Pacific.

According to reports beginning in 2010, North Korea has been training thousands of top computer science students to be sophisticated cyberwarriors. Some experts, like Professor Lee Dong-hoon of the Korea University Graduate School of Information Security, estimate that Pyongyang has been pouring money into cyberwarfare since the 1980s.


http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/02/14/c...abilities/
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#57
I'm surprised North Korea have got computers the “cyber warriors” are probably all still using dial up modems.
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#58


I was surprised too. I don't view them as being sophisticated in any manner.
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#59
North Koreans are much more sophisticated and well-off than Americans and South Koreans, from the country's leadership to the average citizen.

I know this because North Korea's state news agency so eloquently tells me so.

Some of their recent hits:

-Barack Obama is "reminiscent of a wicked black monkey."

-South Korea's President Park Geun-hye is an "old prostitute."

-Obama "should live as a monkey in an African natural zoo licking the breadcrumbs thrown by spectators"; he's a "crossbreed with unclear blood."

-In response to a February U.N. report detailing "crimes against humanity" in North Korea, Pyongyang released its own report calling the U.S. "the world's worst human rights abuser", citing NSA surveillance, unemployment and gun crime, the report boldly asserts that "the U.S. is a living hell."

-While Americans are "the grip of famine," the report says, Obama "indulges himself in luxury almost every day, squandering hundred millions of dollars on his foreign trip in disregard of his people's wretched life."

-The North Korean report also berates the U.S. for the acquittal of George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin's killing, saying the case reveals America's "true colors as a kingdom of racial discrimination."


Obama's response:
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"Hahaha, you so funny fat boy! That's nothing compared to what the extreme right and Fox News say about me on a good day and what the extreme left AND the extreme right say about life in the US every day. Amateur. Pffft!"

Okay, Obama didn't say that -- but he was probably thinking it. I was.

Amazing that Kim is running a country, but considering he was unanimously and freely elected, North Korea must love him and must be the happiest place on earth. Smiley_emoticons_wink

Ref:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/08...88121.html
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#60
Obama "should live as a monkey in an African natural zoo licking the breadcrumbs thrown by spectators"; he's a "crossbreed with unclear blood."


hah......"Well that bitch has just gone overboard!" ...George Clooney.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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