UPDATE: As expected, Mr. Ramsey has been songified...
"My neighbor has got some big testicles to pull this off, bro." Not quite as good as Antoine Dodson (hide your kids, hide your wife), but still amazing on so many levels. Hats off to this guy though for saving Amanda Berry and two others kidnapped for years.
As we've seen from earlier posts, almost everything North Korea does is unintentionally great.
The whole Dennis Rodman/Harlem Globetrotters thing is no exception. Outside of the sheer bat-shittedness of the whole proceeding, was intrigued by the cover on Kim Jong-un's beverage. My first thought was that maybe it's hot tea and he is just trying to keep it warm. However, after revisiting the pic, I've concluded that the cover is definitely an attempt to keep the would be assasin, Dennis Rodman, from poisioning the supreme leader. The N. Korean secret service guys have really thought through all the angles. Absolutely gutted that they saw through our murderous plot! Back to the drawing board.
Update x2: Found a new link to the video. Enjoy. http://now.msn.com/north-korea-releases-propaganda-video-featuring-nuclear-destruction-of-new-york-city
UPDATE: The video has been removed. Apologies. Trust me, it was awesome. Will post once I find another link.
The North Korean government's propaganda continues to amaze me. The fact that they used the song "We are the World" in a video that shows them blowing up NYC is almost beyond comprehension. I wish I could interview them and really understand what their intent of using that song was. Were they trying to be ironic? Are they just really into Michael Jackson? Is that song a big hit in North Korea right now?
Also, the production quality is mind blowing. James Cameron should watch out. Avatar 2 is going to need to be pretty spectacular to top this gem. The CG kind of reminds me of the opening sequence to the classic Sega CD-Rom game, Sol Feace (much respect to anyone that gets the reference), from 1991.
So, the air quality in China is so poor that they are now selling canned air. I'm in favor of all types of innovation, but I think this guy should have to pay some type of royalty to Mel Brooks. President Skroob coined this idea in '87.