So you probably have read or heard it somewhere. Americans go celebrate this “event” and may proceed to renew their drunken state for a few weeks via parties and nothing but sex, sex, and more sex.
I’m not here to say I’m a skeptic and shit but I just hope it’s not one of those “he’s really alive but we’d like to say he’s dead because we’re doing inhumane things to him to reveal WMDs and secret plans and stuff” conspiracies.
And have you heard about Fox’s recent typo accident?
In any case, may those who died from 10 years ago may finally be put to rest.
North Korea fired artillery toward its tense western sea border with South Korea on Tuesday, killing at least one South Korean soldier, the Yonhap news agency reported.
Two civilians and 13 other South Korean military personnel were injured, with three of the soldiers seriously hurt, Yonhap said.
At least 200 rounds of artillery hit an inhabited South Korean island in the Yellow Sea after the North started firing about 2:30 p.m. local time, Yonhap said.
South Korea’s military responded with 80 rounds of artillery and deployed fighter jets to counter the fire, the report said.
The South Korean army also raised its alert condition, the report said.
I can’t wait to see the teared-apart faces of your handsome KPop boys LOL Talk about faces ripped by shrapnel from hand grenades and whatnot. I’d watch that in 3D!
Seriously, this is all happening because SoKor is allied with the US. So it’s USA’s fault.
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Here’s a source (among hundreds) if you slept through all the drama. (or you were just really unaware)
At least seven hostages appear to have survived the 10-hour hijacking of a bus Monday, and the hostage-taker died of a gunshot wound to the head, a CNN producer at the scene said.
Police said at least two hostages were killed on the bus, which was hijacked in the Philippines Monday.
There were 15 hostages on the bus when police stormed it. Nine hostages and the driver had been released earlier. It was not clear if the other six are alive or dead.
Yup. If you’re reading this then I guess you know how much our country, the Philippines, fucked up again in the world of hostage drama. Well, there were survivors but the questions that would most likely be the main theme of the news a few hours from now would be these:
Was there a chance that the police could’ve performed better?
Had they not arrested the family members, could the bloodshed be lessened or even prevented?
Who’s to blame? The media coverage or the police?
Could this tragedy end in more pleasant way had they, the police, used tear gas earlier?
Had the driver not overreacted/panicked about him announcing that “All of them are dead”, could a few more lives be spared?
(My personal question) Would you hate simply because many hated the police? Or are you one of those who hate without putting yourself in their situation?
My Most Sincere Condolences to Bb. Pilipinas International 2009 Melody Gersbach’s Family and Friends
After three decades of spectacular growth, China passed Japan in the second quarter to become the world’s second-largest economy behind the United States, according to government figures released early Monday.
The milestone, though anticipated for some time, is the most striking evidence yet that China’s ascendance is for real and that the rest of the world will have to reckon with a new economic superpower.