OFFICIAL: N. Korea launches rocket

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OFFICIAL: N. Korea launches rocket

Postby Rockefeller » 13 Apr 2012, 08:03

LOL. The sucker didn't even reach space.

Although they did add that
Countries that include the United States and South Korea see the launch as a cover for a ballistic missile test.

and that
North Korea is planning a new nuclear test in the area where it staged previous atomic blasts.

So I guess we'll see what Kim Jong-Un will want to do to save face, since apparently
"...for this thing to fail is incredibly embarrassing," said Victor Cha, former director of Asian affairs for the U.S. National Security Council and now a Georgetown University professor.

Or maybe he'll eat his feelings away and with any luck, a lethal heart attack only needs a quick moment to get the job done. :wink:
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