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Hi, I'm Peter Kirkland!
I'm in charge of all the horror and thriller rides! (including roller coasters)
I'm also a writer of horror and mystery. I really love horror!
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I know all of the song in this album but it seems that all these years what I'd heard was the 1999 version and I didn't know there was an earlier version from 1977. When I listen to this version, I got the chills :swww.youtube.com/watch?v=ytzinBb0fvg
Try again! ( ・ω・)
ALL THE CHOCOLADES!!!
What's this about roleplay?? I hate role play SOOOOOOOO MUCCCCHHHH!!! \\\(^ω^)///
Yay, I wanna go to Disneyland now!
I hope people will finally die! ∩( ・ω・)∩
lol kk... Though this is not about 'risking it' but more about both sides are anticipating the other to make a move with the recent development. It's sort of like a potential Cuban missile crisis in which of course neither side is risking it but the chance of 'it' inevitably happening is on the rise.
But it's possible that NK is really looking forward to a war now. It might seem that they've really gotten confident with their nuclear program since they'd just successfully launched a satellite into orbit. Of course, a 'full-on strike' might not be in their best interest now but 'sending radiation towards Seoul' is surely at the very top of the priority list.
Keep in mind that modern North Korean leaders are hardly as 'backward' and 'brainwashed' as the rest of the country. They know full well about the scale of the economy and the technology of the South and it's very likely what they're trying to do is to provoke the South by doing these tests.
Because if the South attacks first, China will help. That's really what they're really looking forward to as far as I'm concerned.
Telegraph Source (Interestingly, the wordings there are similar to the Ottawa Citizen's one)
North Korea has been placed under martial law and Kim Jong-un has told his front-line troops to “be ready for a war,” according to South Korean media reports.
While it has been anticipated that Pyongyang will go ahead with what will be the regime's third nuclear test, in spite of international pressure to refrain from doing so, analysts had predicted that the blast would be timed to coincide with the birthday on February 16 of Kim Jong-il, the former leader who died in late 2011, or the inauguration of the new government in South Korea nine days later.
It's basically a preparation for a third nuclear test. But it also seems that Kim Jong-Un might think that this will be the nuclear test that breaks the status quo's back and actually recommence the Korean War. It's worth noting that this is NOT a declaration of war (Though technically the Koreans are already at war so a declaration really isn't necessary).
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