To: TigerLikesRooster; AmericanInTokyo; Steel Wolf; nuconvert; MizSterious; nw_arizona_granny; ...
posted on 04/27/2007 12:18:47 AM PDT
(kim jong-il, kae jong-il, chia head, pogri, midget sh*tbag)
To: TigerLikesRooster; Jet Jaguar; monkapotamus; All
OHHH Classic that way you show Chia Pet for now ROFL
posted on 04/27/2007 8:13:23 AM PDT
("We are Freepers, all your media belong to us, resistence is futile")
Chun Yung-woo, South Korea's top nuclear envoy, said Thursday in Seoul that North Korea is working with officials at the Macau bank, Banco Delta Asia, to recover its US$25 million frozen there since September 2002.
Ok, here's what I don't get about this whole Macau macaca hold-up. Is it really plausible that a measly $25M is holding up N. Korea from complying w/ nuclear inspections? I mean, if it was $25 billion, given N. Korea's shaky economy, I might by that. But why has no one questioned this figure? From all recent accounts I've read, this is the final hold-up. To me, it seems like we ought to just cut a check for $25M to call their bluff. It's like a mult-billion-dollar merger stalling because one CEO hasn't delivered the turkey sandwich he promised the other.
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