Is North Korea really that bad?

Is North Korea really that bad?

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Anna

Bath, NY

#1 Dec 28, 2011
Looking at my television, I see modern buildings, good looking healthy people with normal emotions.
A strong highly disciplined military. Clean streets, well maintained roads. Things look better there than here.
Tyrone

Corning, NY

#2 Dec 29, 2011
So move there. Oh, thats right, you can't afford a ticket. Please don't reproduce. I'm sure your parents are sorry they did .....
Josh

Bath, NY

#3 Dec 29, 2011
It would be a great place for the next republican convention.
jake

Lawrenceville, PA

#4 Dec 29, 2011
Anna..while looking at your television was it turned on? if it wasnt then your in the twilight zone. don't forget that the Binghamtons buildings was new years ago, how ugly do you look now and how much uglyer will you look when you get older.
Josh

Bath, NY

#5 Dec 30, 2011
They have to spend a lot to defend themselves. Otherwise, I agree it looks like a cool place. Like a music video.
Sach

Bath, NY

#6 Jan 10, 2012
They are people like us.. Just trying to make a buck and raise a family and hoping for better times.
Anna

Bath, NY

#7 Jan 21, 2012
It will never be as bad as America under Ginrich
Tyrone

Corning, NY

#8 Jan 21, 2012
I'm still willing to buy you a one way ticket out of this country.
Kerri G

Bath, NY

#9 Jan 22, 2012
Like anything else freedom comes and goes. Many former Communist countries have more freedom and rights than the United States, just ask smokers. Overall the United States is becoming less free. Look at Vietnam it is a wonderful place to live now.People that moved to the US from there are regretting it now. It is a little too early for North Korea, but they are probably one treaty away from being a great place for creative people like artists. South Korea is controlled by six big companies owned by rich families and it is not really very free for the average person.

Love it or leave it? Let us just say I am seriously considering my options.

Blood Sisters and F. Off Tyrone.

Since: Jan 12

Binghamton, NY

#10 Jan 22, 2012
Anna what do you do for a living?
Tyrone

Corning, NY

#11 Jan 22, 2012
Kerri - I'll gladly pay for your ticket also. I am always willing to help reduce the STD rate in this area! You and Anna must be some ugly nasty a$$ bytches. I of course look like George Clooney. LOL
Romolo

Kansas City, MO

#12 Jan 24, 2012
Anna, Kerri, Josh - The Three Doucheketeers!
Anna

Bath, NY

#13 Jan 24, 2012
I have MSW and help people. I am also involved in the arts. Someday I hope to start a non-profit agency to help abused woman. My family consists of two cats and dog. The next long term goal I have is to teach men how to be polite, civll and kind. but that is going to be really hard.
TIlly

Corning, NY

#14 Jan 25, 2012
So basically you do nothing productive. MSW = waste of time and money. I'm an old lady and I've NEVER seen a social worker make a difference in anyone's life.
Tyrone

Corning, NY

#15 Jan 25, 2012
Romolo wrote:
Anna, Kerri, Josh - The Three Doucheketeers!
Priceless! Thanks for the laugh! LOL
Josh

Bath, NY

#16 Jan 26, 2012
Ryan cry he'd Occupy Binghamton. How could North Korea be any worse?
Anna

Bath, NY

#17 Mar 10, 2012
Kerri G wrote:
Like anything else freedom comes and goes. Many former Communist countries have more freedom and rights than the United States, just ask smokers. Overall the United States is becoming less free. Look at Vietnam it is a wonderful place to live now.People that moved to the US from there are regretting it now. It is a little too early for North Korea, but they are probably one treaty away from being a great place for creative people like artists. South Korea is controlled by six big companies owned by rich families and it is not really very free for the average person.
Love it or leave it? Let us just say I am seriously considering my options

Blood Sisters and F. Off Tyrone.
Good Work Kerri
jake

Lawrenceville, PA

#18 Mar 10, 2012
anna. don't forget to set you clock ahead on hour tonight, your already behind the time's, kerri's topic was from january 22
Mom For PeaceL

United States

#20 Mar 15, 2012
Anna wrote:
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Good Work Kerri
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Jack

Vienna, VA

#21 Mar 15, 2012
Anna wrote:
Looking at my television, I see modern buildings, good looking healthy people with normal emotions.
A strong highly disciplined military. Clean streets, well maintained roads. Things look better there than here.
By all means emigrate there, and take all of your friends with you. Perhaps living under a regime that practices what you preach will be enough to drive some sense into you. Either way it's a win-win for the rest of the taxpayers here. But before you pack, just remember that people from around the world still risk life and limb to get to the US. People in N Korea risk life and limb to get out. But hey...have a go at it.

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