Recently, I have noticed that North Korea’s Dear Leader, 金正日, has decided to launch several 大浦洞-2 missiles that landed somewhere in 東海 (동해). Unlike the 大浦洞-1, the new versions can reach as far as Alaska and most of Asia. It appears the current round of six-power talks is not going to plan for the Americans with Japan advocating for a UN sanctions in the Security Council that is challenged by both China and Russia. According to some Japanese pundits around different blogs and news agencies, the North Koreans were able to advance their missile development due to technologies gained from South Korea’s “Sunshine Policy” and Chinese support . Although the South Korean Uridang is extremely anti-American, and sympathises with North Korea and can be considered a North Korean sleeper agent party, officials are still alarmed by Kim’s decision to launch those missiles. The United States and her allies cannot afford to divert anymore military resources into the Korea seeing as they are already taxed from problems in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Oh poor Zidane! What a great player who was tricked by that Italian bastard into headbutting him, costing him his dignity and a French victory. According to the rumour mill, Materazzi was said to have taunted Zidane on several occasions because of his perceived arrogance that culminated in making disparaging remarks that referred to Zidane’s mother as a “terrorist whore”. Zidane, who has been known to suffered discrimination due to his Algerian heritage, finally snapped and headbutted the ignoble Italian forcing the referee to give him a Red Card, sending France into a pitiful defeat. Currently, the news is enjoying this incident with claims that Zidane was deeply offended by the Italian’s insults to his mother and sister and with Materazzi repeatedly downplaying it as just a series of curses with no references to Zidane’s mother. If this was true, then the Italians did not deserve the win by virtue of using low-handed approaches to gain an unfair advantage over the French.
Work was the same. It rained when I was heading to the train station.