D. Rodman Takes BM To N. Korea and Makes A Fool Out of Himself

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“Eat, Pray, Love!”

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Sorry but some black men show just how lost they are when they are willing to follow a fool like Dennis Rodman who made himself and his NBA buddies look like a bunch of confused fools in North Korea while conducting this interview with CNN.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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that evil N Korean dictator is making monkeys of these people, hoping the rest of the USA will listen. But he has made one of himself, because everyone knows what idiots these "sportsmen|" are.

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Dr Bumthrust wrote:
that evil N Korean dictator is making monkeys of these people, hoping the rest of the USA will listen. But he has made one of himself, because everyone knows what idiots these "sportsmen|" are.
I agree. I think Kim Jung-un over estimated Rodman's influence in the U.S. when he entered into a friendship with him. I think when Jung-un realizes that Rodman is more of a source of jokes than power their union will end. Poor Dennis, I actually feel sorry for him, feeling good because someone of importance finally acknowledges him and was on tv about to cry over their fake friendship.
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Rodman doesn't give a toss what anyone in America thinks. China is as repressive as N. Korea, but because America needs China financially they don't say a word. Two-faced snakes.

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I think Rodman is doing a tremendous job trying to unite the US with North Korea!
Bravo Rodman!!!

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motts wrote:
Rodman doesn't give a toss what anyone in America thinks. China is as repressive as N. Korea, but because America needs China financially they don't say a word. Two-faced snakes.
Not true.

American officials have spoken about China's lack of respect for human rights many times. America may need China but China needs America also. The North Korean leader as did his father hates America and has threaten this country several times. So if Dennis isn't planning to exile to North Korea and plan on coming back to the U.S. he had better care what Americans think. N. Korea is beneficial to Rodman and NBA players right now that he brought over to play a game in honor of Jung-un's 31 birthday because they are being paid a huge amount. But is it worth the scorn and loss of popularity they will all face when they get back to the U.S.? Some of NBA players seems confused and just following Rodman's lead.

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-patricia- wrote:
I think Rodman is doing a tremendous job trying to unite the US with North Korea!
Bravo Rodman!!!
Rodman's emotional, incoherent rant made him and his players look like fools. Dennis isn't over there trying to negotiate for the release of the American being held, in fact Dennis is sounding like he is accusing the hostage of wrong downing whether that is what Dennis mean to do or not. Dennis himself have said several times that he isn't a politician and only go to N. Korea because he is friends with Jung-un, a man who hates the U.S. so how is Dennis Rodman trying to unite the U.S. and Korea?
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They should stuff people like Rodman, Shawn Penn, Danny Glover (....etc), into burlap sacks, and send them to the Country of their choice. Let them see what they were b¡tching about as opposed to where they're relocated to. Without any of the honors of being celebs and relegated to ordinary citizen status.
Remember when our "Prez" fist bumped Chavez? wasn't that a glorious moment.

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lomaxx wrote:
They should stuff people like Rodman, Shawn Penn, Danny Glover (....etc), into burlap sacks, and send them to the Country of their choice. Let them see what they were b¡tching about as opposed to where they're relocated to. Without any of the honors of being celebs and relegated to ordinary citizen status.
Remember when our "Prez" fist bumped Chavez? wasn't that a glorious moment.
Yup! I agree with you about Rodmen and Penn but what did Danny Glover do?
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Not true.
American officials have spoken about China's lack of respect for human rights many times. America may need China but China needs America also. The North Korean leader as did his father hates America and has threaten this country several times. So if Dennis isn't planning to exile to North Korea and plan on coming back to the U.S. he had better care what Americans think. N. Korea is beneficial to Rodman and NBA players right now that he brought over to play a game in honor of Jung-un's 31 birthday because they are being paid a huge amount. But is it worth the scorn and loss of popularity they will all face when they get back to the U.S.? Some of NBA players seems confused and just following Rodman's lead.
Do you honestly think the American public care that Rodman has gone there? Come on. everyone knows this guy is crazy.

If Michael Jordan or Mohammed Ali had chosen to go there, then people would be shocked, dismayed and disappointed and rightly so as they are very influential to many people.

As for the others being confused, these are grown men who knew where they were going, what they were going there to do and how much they were being paid. They weren't following his lead, they were following the money.

Rodman is just loving the attention, and even here, we are talking about him.
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I don't want to be united with North korea :P
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he's tryna get All the white people enslaved or something..
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he probably wishes the president was black and korean instead of black and white..
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Rodmans look at me syndrome is more severe than your typical bm.

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motts wrote:
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Do you honestly think the American public care that Rodman has gone there? Come on. everyone knows this guy is crazy.
If Michael Jordan or Mohammed Ali had chosen to go there, then people would be shocked, dismayed and disappointed and rightly so as they are very influential to many people.
As for the others being confused, these are grown men who knew where they were going, what they were going there to do and how much they were being paid. They weren't following his lead, they were following the money.
Rodman is just loving the attention, and even here, we are talking about him.
Yes. Americans are not forgiving of what they see as traders. Especially black ones. Everyone was fine accepting and laughing at Dennis Rodman the has been crazy, drunk black man running around and acting retarded but now he is still acting crazy but is buddying with a enemy of America and refusing to assist in trying convince them to free this American.
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Rodman may as well plan and lay the groundwork to move the rest of his 19-20 million American brethren over there and see if they'll be any happier there than they are here.

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ugly monkeys wrote:
Rodmans look at me syndrome is more severe than your typical bm.
I agree.
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Monshari wrote:
Sorry but some black men show just how lost they are when they are willing to follow a fool like Dennis Rodman who made himself and his NBA buddies look like a bunch of confused fools in North Korea while conducting this interview with CNN.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
yeah he did make himself look like a big dumb ne groe...I hate to say it..in front of the whole damn world!
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Despite the fact that black males are getting much angrier every day - both in amount and intensity - as American citizens, they're not motivated much on the idea of relocation to Africa or perhaps some other country, presumably because such an event would uproot them too much from their comfort zone.
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I think Dennis in his own way thinks he can melt the cold steely dark heart of Kim Jung. Maybe he's being naive but at least someone is trying. I don't think for one second he likes Kim Jung's horrible antics but he's trying to kill him with kindness. Dennis however could try and help black countries though, priorities priorities!

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