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N Korea fires seven missiles into sea

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I see a major flaw in these ground to air missiles. They're basically launching torpedoes since only work in water!

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Just getting their rockets off.

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Why seven? Why not 47?

Answer: There were, but the other 40 didn't work.

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They actually fired NINE missiles at the sea, but two of them missed.

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This is just another bad joke that keeps being told!

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bad sea

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Lol. Shouldn't NK be saving what little refined equipment for their super stocked grocery stores.

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How much longer is Samsung and Hyundai going to allow the North Korean government to continue?

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This always strikes me as a man that most people take as a dangerous joke saying "Look at me!" I'm as bad as ISIS. "Hey you over there, don't forget about me!" But seven missiles into the sea can cause serious damage to marine life. I want to see a full scale invasion launched by Sea Shepard any moment now. This just can't be allowedto continue.

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It would be great to read a story of how the guiding systems in their rockets were hacked and made them return to sender hahaha.

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The top cats in Pyongyang musta' just saw "THE INTERVIEW."

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Good thing they have that BAN in effect.

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The fact that DPRK's misiles are capable of hitting the sea is already well proven. question is can they hit anything smaller?

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Hmm, must be March again.

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Well, who were they trying to hit?

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UN resolutions ban any ballistic missile test by North Korea.

UN resolutions ban a lot of things without much success. The UN won't start a war over missiles attacking the sea.

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Why seven? Why not 47?

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