This was the message from Americans in Los Angeles when asked a “positive” question about North Korea’s hydrogen bomb for the Jimmy Kimmel show on the ABC Network. Just shows how much the Spice Girls have to answer for in pushing positivity – several interviewees congratulated North Korea on “making their dreams come through!”
You’d think that the idea that North Korea might have an H bomb would be somewhat alarming to some people, but it seems like if you ask people a question in a cheerful enough way, they’ll offer congratulations for just about anything.
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake felt in the Korean peninsula has just been confirmed to have been caused by the explosion of a particularly devastating nuclear weapon: the hydrogen bomb (according to North Korea anyway). ‘The republic’s first hydrogen bomb test has been successfully performed at 10am on January 6, 2016, based on the strategic determination of the Workers’ Party,’ said the state television news reader a few hours after the blast.
Proudly Clinging To God, Guns, and Constitutional Rights to Keep 'Em What a great gift! What a great way to… https://t.co/DAFOD3U4CW
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) January 5, 2016
In a signed letter broadcast over North Korean media, Kim Jong-un wrote that he wanted to ring in the new year with a literal bang. “For the victorious and glorious year of 2016 when the 7th convention of the Workers’ Party will be held, make the world look up to our strong nuclear country by opening the year with exciting noise of the first hydrogen bomb!” the letter read.
Man shot inside Paris police station. Just announced that terror threat is at highest level. Germany is a total mess-big crime. GET SMART!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 7, 2016
Can’t stay as I’m off to fill in my next You Tube Survey I don’t understand. Next Donald Trump is going to tell us Paris is in Germany and Sarah Palin will tell us she knows all about Russia as it is next door to Alaska!
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