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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 9 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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casual observer
Salt Lake City, UT

And the reverse is also true.

American Fork, UT

No, the reverse is the only statement that's true. North Korean missiles couldn't hit the side of a barn if you gave em a shovel full of wheat. This is just bluster from them. They had to say something now that south korea has approval to send projectiles well into their country.

A Scientist
Provo, UT

With the range of ICBMs, North Korea would be very hard pressed to launch a missile from their farthest NorthEast point and barely reach the farthest point West in Alaska. There may be minimal risk to the Wade Hampton area: Hooper Bay Airport, Kokechik Bay, or Cape Romanzof LRRS Airport/military airstrip, perhaps.

Sure, anything is possible. But this is so unlikely as to be laughable... like so many things going on in North Korea.

Allen, TX

Ooooooh, I'm shaking....

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