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Title: NOT GOOD. Kim Jong Un Responds to Bidenís "Big Blunder"
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URL Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvQqapRfvBk
Published: May 4, 2021
Author: Next News Network.
Post Date: 2021-07-10 16:20:50 by BTP Holdings
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Views: 388
Comments: 45

Cristina Laila from The Gateway Pundit reports, North Korea on Sunday said that Joe Biden made a “big blunder” after he insulted Pyongyang’s nuclear program during his joint address to Congress and threatened “corresponding actions.”


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Trump has already ended the Korean War. When Kim stepped across the DMZ and embraced the peacenik Moon, that action brought North Korea into the fold. North Korea was one of three not to have a Rothschild Central Bank. The remaining two are Iran and Cuba.

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#1. To: BTP Holdings, 4um (#0)

Trump has already ended the Korean War.

Bidet undid that. I've got news for you, we don't stand a chance against the Norks. The maternity flight suits won't be ready for three years, the rainbow BDUs are a disaster, the colors are all blending into one another, the missile silos are offline until the gay club retrofits are done and the castration surgeries for the remaining men are taking a lot longer than anticipated, not to mention the horrible color schemes on all our hardware are going to cause a huge pastel paint shortage.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   16:34:19 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Esso (#1)

maternity flight suits

Pregnant Stuka ju-87 Spics? Dear God, I may as well eat the can of Comet Cleanser under my kitchen sink.

and mix in some ammonia.

But I won't. Jeebus wants me to be a drummer in a punk band.

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   16:41:36 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Dakmar (#2)

Where can I get a gallon of paisley paint?

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   16:45:11 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: TommyTheMadArtist (#3) (Edited)

Esso

Where can I get a gallon of paisley paint?

Minneapolis?

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   16:50:08 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Dakmar (#4)

LOL, it took me a couple, three months fighting with the goob to get enough proof together to prove who I am for the new Hoosierhickistan driver's license last April. No food stamp, welfare, disability papers available. My B/C didn't have my gender on it, my SS card disappeared somewhere between Cairo and Petrograd and I'm white.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   16:58:54 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Esso (#5)

No food stamp, welfare, disability papers available.

No lights, no whores, no motor car?

Jesus Gilligan, grow up! :)

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   17:03:38 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Dakmar (#7)

Jesus Gilligan, grow up!

LOL, I suppose you've got a point in there somewhere. Shoot, Horse posted a video with Ryan Dawson in it the other day. He used to be a skinny kid, now he's just an old fat man. I guess he's still in Asia (Japan), I thought he was in Hong Kong. Getting your brain mashed up is a strange thing.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   17:28:02 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: Esso (#10)

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   17:44:14 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#13. To: Dakmar (#12)

OK, chicks with weird glasses, it is.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   17:56:33 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#16. To: Esso (#13)

Brougham? Isn't that Irish for "rip-off"?

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   18:10:07 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#18. To: Dakmar (#16)

Oh God. Such a nice, tidy engine bay and remarkable styling to boot.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   18:21:11 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#20. To: Esso (#18) (Edited)

Oh God. Such a nice, tidy engine bay and remarkable styling to boot.

3% less fire prone than '72 Pinto!

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   18:24:32 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#21. To: Dakmar (#20)

3% less fire prone than '72 Pinto!

The big problem with the Pintos was the stupid gas filler neck behind the license plate. A lot of cars had that back then, but most other cars on the road weighed twice what a Pinto did. Wasn't a problem with the wagons with the filler on the side. The old P/Us with the fuel tank in the cab behind the seat were pretty cool.

Esso  posted on  2021-07-10   19:39:41 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#22. To: Esso (#21)

The old P/Us with the fuel tank in the cab behind the seat were pretty cool.

Exploding Chevy Pickups And NBC Coverup

NBC rigged Chevy trucks to explode in certain tests for its weekly Dateline expose show back in November 1992. It wanted to prove that under certain conditions Chevy pickup gas tanks would blow up spontaneously. The segment was titled “Waiting To Explode.” Yeah, a lot of viewers tuned in to see if exploding Chevy pickups could kill them.

The problem was NBC didn’t tell its viewers or General Motors it set up explosives inside of the trucks to trigger the explosions to capture on film in a most dramatic way. This is not to say these trucks weren’t known for this to happen in certain collisions. These pickups built from 1973 to 1987 had gas tanks that were placed outside of the frame rails

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-10   19:47:31 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#43. To: Dakmar (#22)

About 1995 or so I bought a 1977 GMC pickup truck. Not a bad truck for $1600: 350 cid, ran pretty good, but must have come from up North because it was pretty rusted out. (I bought the GMC to replace my 1975 F-100 because the Ford had only a lap seat belt, and I wanted a shoulder belt, which the newer GMC had.)

Before I sold the GMC in 2004, General Motors sent me a coupon for $200 off (or maybe it was $300?) any new GM vehicle, in consideration of the fire and explosion hazard that my truck's outside-the-frame-rails dual fuel tanks posed. I declined their kind offer.

StraitGate  posted on  2021-07-10   23:08:55 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#45. To: StraitGate, Esso (#43)

Before I sold the GMC in 2004, General Motors sent me a coupon for $200 off (or maybe it was $300?) any new GM vehicle, in consideration of the fire and explosion hazard that my truck's outside-the-frame-rails dual fuel tanks posed. I declined their kind offer.

In retrospect, you should have asked them to trade for a 1980 Chevy Citation. Those rarely get mentioned in Worst Car lists, but would spin like crazy once the rear brake drum locked up, passenger side if IIRC, which was like a 96% inevitability in the first 1.3 million units produced.

Quite a surprise for the unsuspecting driver. My first car was a 1974 Mercury Comet, the Maverick clone. Rear drums would lock under hard stomp, pretty much like any other car built since 1935 (ok, Ford shunned hydraulics far too long, 1938 I think), but it was controllable. I knew when they were going to lock. Was able to avoid an accident once by skidding, getting car sideways a little, correcting path, and moving forward. And it was a hoot on gravel roads.

The GM X-Cars, on the other hand, would just spin out of control under even mild maneuvers due to design flaw. And the electronics were junk too.

Dakmar  posted on  2021-07-12   17:54:11 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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