Oh, yeah?!??? Yeah!!! Well, Take That!

| September 22, 2017 | 24 Comments

Photo: USS Abraham Lincoln/USNavy

Latest news from the LSM is in the following articles. I’ve pulled info together from many sources. I was surprised that Express.co ran an article looking back at what Korea used to be like, but they must be waiting for The Big One, just as I am.

From NBC news:  Pres. Trump is “a frightened dog” and “a gangster fond of playing with fire”  https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/north-korea-s-kim-jong-un-calls-president-trump-frightened-n803631

This is after the Nork UN ambassador walked out of the room when Pres. Trump addressed the UN earlier this week.

From CNN: diplomacy and more sanctions, but since they can’t tell a story without altering it, their version is likely to be heavily edited copy.   http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/21/politics/donald-trump-north-korea-sanctions/index.html

From USA Today: ND:tBF is planning to test an H-bomb over the Pacific in what the Chubster Cheeseater terms “the highest level of hardline countermeasure in history”.  https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/09/22/north-korea-says-may-test-hydrogen-bomb-over-pacific-ocean/692122001/

The article on Express.co.uk shows old photos of Korea long before the Kim regime took over, long before there was a Korean War that cost Korea 5 million lives and lasted 5 years.  http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/856909/World-war-3-North-Korea-latest-Kim-Jong-Un-Kim-dynasty-North-Korea-life-before-1900s

But we must return to the present, and the threats of annihilation. Guam’s governor is pleased with Pres. Trump’s response to North Korea:  https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/09/20/guam-governor-eddie-calvo-donald-trump-north-korea/684185001/

Pres. Trump says we’re “locked and loaded”:  http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/09/21/trumps-comments-on-north-korea-from-fire-and-fury-to-blaming-china.html

I do have to question why Fox News would include a link that asks “Where is Guam and why would North Korea attack it” in that article. That may be a nod to the portion of their audience who is without a clue about the world.

With all this bitch-slapping, pinching, poking, and eye-gouging going on, I will simply have to go cut down the remains of the sunflowers and bag them for pickup on Monday. Just keep a weather eye, as I do, on the horizon to the west of us and the news.  I will not be surprised if Fatty Kim da T’ird does test another Big Nuke before long, nor will I be surprised if he does it in the open air.  Something about his big explosions, rendered one at a time, tells me that he can only build one at a time, period.  Iran has a bigger production capacity, but can’t seem to get a missile onto a launch pad.   I guess we should be grateful for small favors, perhaps?

Personally, I’m keeping a weather eye on Guam. While the Guamaians are going about their business as usual, they know they are targeted by that Fat Basterd and act accordingly. At this point, he seems to be mostly scaring the Japanese, but they have responded by increasing their own military readiness.

Hey, it’s Friday. Watching Norkiland and Fatty Kim da T’ird’s fist shaking kind of makes up for an overheated Autumn Equinox. (Thanks, Hurr. Irma!)  Barbados got hit rather hard this time, which means their Sea Island cotton crop may be gone for the year, so that will make those $500 shirts much more expensive.

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  1. Steve1371 says:

    Went to Barbados several years ago. We had a great time and found the people friendly and fun to be around. Hope they didn’t get hit very badly.

  2. Steve1371 says:

    One thing I remember was how the school children wore their uniforms. Each had their own way of making the same uniform look unique. They all looked very impressive and squared away.

  3. Claw says:

    “overheated Autumn Equinox” – Not happening in my part of the kingdom.

    Five hours from now when the Equinox occurs, the temp down here on the valley floor will only be 40 with sleety flurries and a good cold rain.

    But this weather pattern is slowly moving to the East North East and should pass over West Hog Flats/Lake Michigan territory roundabout Monday or so.

    Till then, enjoy the heat./smile

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Until Irma showed up in the nether regions of the US of A, we had nice, cool weather up in my kingdom. There were a few times in July that I ran the furnace in the morning to warm the house up a tad. But that slattern pulled all the hot air she could along with her and dumped it on us.

      We should be getting cooler weather by now. Maybe by Tuesday. We need rain, too. At least the geese are in training mode.

  4. Graybeard says:

    For why the Fox folks needed to talk about Guam:

    One of my former Venturers was in a MVA in Louisiana. She was an AF brat who’d grown up in Guam & Hawaii, had a Guam driver’s license. The LA police kept her in jail because they could not find an extradition treaty with Guam.

    As if she’d flee the country to avoid a traffic ticket.

    She was less than impressed with their knowledge.

  5. Wilted Willy says:

    I really hope Trump puts a cruise missile up the little fat bastards ass! This fat fuck has to go!

  6. OC says:

    “Till then, enjoy the heat./smile”
    Up here n MN we are under some sort of heat index warning.
    Let that sink in:
    MN.
    Late Sept.
    Heat index warning.

    Our duck season opens tomorrow!!!

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    One columnist in this morning’s paper tried to take Pres. Trump to task over not responding to Mexico’s earthquake crisis. His bone of contention was that after the 2005 Katrina hurricane, Mexico sent a 45-vehicle convoy and 200 men to help out, as well as sending assistance after Hurr. Harvey hammered Houston.
    He didn’t provide any backup for his statements, so I don’t know if it’s anecdotal or real, but it seems like a whine to me, and he’s peeved because Trump isn’t kowtowing to our southern neighbor right now.

    • rgr769 says:

      I read or heard Mexico aborted its effort to send aid for Harvey because of that first quake in in southern Mexico. Its disaster response was probably overtaxed.

      • jonp says:

        Yeah, Mexico cancelled the offer. The US has quite a bit on it’s plate right now from Houston to Florida to Puerto Rico and The US Virgin Islands but we still had some rescue guys from Cali down there.
        Excoriate, mock and insult our country and President but still hold that hand out for money.

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