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Late Night Rant #24: North Korean Internet

Submitted by on December 22, 2014 – 8:05 pm

Today was the day the North Koreans would have learned they had the Internet and the Americans DDOSed it. Unfortunately, they had no Internet, poor bastards. But, as long as this keeps us entertained… Hey, you know that thing you never had? Well, it doesn’t work now. In your face!

So the Pres said we will respond and, it would seem, we did. Too bad we’re the only ones who noticed. I gotta say, if we were any dumber, we would be the happy meal. North Koreans have their hands full figuring out where their next meal is coming from. Lets hack that thing they never heard of, yeehaw!

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