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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 8 2014 8:59 a.m. MST

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West Bountiful, UT

I think Marilyn looked better singing Happy Birthday.

Mcallen, TX

Dennis may consider moving to North Korea and have Kim Jong Un care for him.

AZ Blue & Red
Gilbert, AZ

Still reminds me of a gal named Jane in Vietnam in the late 60's early 70's. She did a great job too. NOT!

Salt Lake City, UT

Obama's next appointee to the Cabinet.

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

Let's also reflect and remember the number of civilians this terroists has murdered in the name of himself.

Thanks Rodman for supporting a ruthless leader. You're an athlete, that doesn't make you smart. Just an athlete.

Bountiful, UT

The excesses of the North Korean Leadership, while a majority of the people are near starvation is sad and disgusting.

Salt Lake City, UT

Kim and Rodman are cut from the same cloth. It is difficult to decide who this insults the most.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Yeah, Rodman's a big target all right, especially in Utah, where hating him was once every Utahan's second job. Are those days over yet?

clearfield, UT

Mark B

Not when this he goes and does this. So you defend him?

West Jordan, UT

I think Rodman's declining to use his influence on behalf of Bae just shows his cowardice. Everyone is well aware of what "The Marhsal" is capable of. Rodman is stroking his ego to avoid ending up in jail with Bae.

Mark B

For crying out loud, this article has nothing to do with any type of sports rivalry in the past with Utah and the Deseret News Is not the only newspaper reporting this exact same story. Do they not report on national news in Eureka? And as a Utahn, I have never given Rodman hardly a second thought until now when I think what he is doing is not just stupid but politically irresponsible. He's just desperate to get back into the limelight after he squandered his career and I bet most people in the US would agree with me.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Sometime in the next twenty years or so, one of the Romney brothers could sponsor a basketball exhibition or two in NK featuring former NBA great Jimmer Fredette. If and when that happens, all today's bitter, resentful posts will be replaced by comments on the wisdom of such a plan and the pure motives of those involved.

Allen, TX

Why does the DN continue to run articles on this has-been, and his idiocy in NK?

Because y'all continue to read them and comment on them.

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