Monday, May 24, 2010

Something very worrying

It's one of TIME Magazine's "Quotes of the Day":

We have always tolerated North Korea's brutality, time and again. But now things are different. North Korea will pay a price corresponding to its provocative acts.

-- Lee Myung-Bak, president of South Korea, announces a cessation of trade between North and South Korea following the alleged sinking of a South Korean warship

What is the price? And then, what happens after that?


  1. This one could get ugly... I gots a bad feeling about it.

  2. Me too, Dave. Me too.



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