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Published: Tuesday, April 9 2013 12:09 p.m. MDT

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reasonableUTE
Provo, UT

so I went sailing in San Diego bay last week, and imagine my surprise when we see a huge battleship docked at the munitions bay being loaded up with live explosives and the lot. The man who owned the sailboat, who has been sailing on the San Diego bay says he has never seen a ship docked there in more than 30 years of sailing. Things are about to get pretty dicey in Korea...

JWB
Kaysville, UT

Having served 5 1/2 years flying in and around Korea military bases and during the Tree Chopping incident at two Korean bases on the ground in 1976, South Korea is always ready for this type of actual and publicity stunts by the North Koreans.

South Korea has grown economically during these times making products that can be used in their country and for exporting. The North Koreans can't even feed themselves as they spend everything on military spending and defense and now offense expanding nuclear and missile capabilities.

It is interesting to see how President Clinton and later Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have not exactly protected the South Korean area in how they handled North Korea. They know how to give money to North Korea.

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