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The Incredible Kim Jong-il and his Amazing Achievements

* The first time he picked up a golf club, in 1994, Kim reportedly shot a 38-under par round on North Korea's only golf course, including 11 holes-in-one. He then decided to retire from the sport for ever.

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my favourite tumbrl Kim Jong Il looking at things will disappear..
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rip kim. you'll never walk alone
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The Fact: At one time was the world’s biggest buyer of Hennessy

For a few years in the early 1990s, it was confirmed by Hennessy that Kim Jong Il was it’s best customer, spending about $600,000 to $850,000 annually on the liquor. He is partial to the Paradis cognac, which can sell for over $700 per bottle. In comparison, the average North Korean makes about $1000 per year.

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Good riddance.

One of the biggest mass murderers of this age.

Doubt much will change though. Poor North Koreans .

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i'd like to invest in north korea (and myanmar as well btw). does anybody know how to do it?
interesting call indeed, as you'd have to think the only way from here is up...

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yeah, the south's population figure stands only at about 50% of the north, yet it's got a trillion dollar economy - while the north barely manages to come up with 40 billion. just mind-boggling. tons of agricultural potential, plus mining, precious metals etc.

apparently there's hardly any way to invest though. the only fund i've found so far is the chosun fund - and its contact address doesn't even work.

http://www.chosunfund.com/pages/chosun/about.aspx
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I thought this day would never come. I don't say this often in response to news about people dying no matter how shitty they were, but - good fucking riddance. Finafuckinglly. The crazy fucking psycho despot is dead.

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yeah, the south's population figure stands only at about 50% of the north, yet it's got a trillion dollar economy - while the north barely manages to come up with 40 billion. just mind-boggling. tons of agricultural potential, plus mining, precious metals etc.

apparently there's hardly any way to invest though. the only fund i've found so far is the chosun fund - and its contact address doesn't even work.

http://www.chosunfund.com/pages/chosun/about.aspx
try asking in the gamblers' forum

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I thought this day would never come. I don't say this often in response to news about people dying no matter how shitty they were, but - good fucking riddance. Finafuckinglly. The crazy fucking psycho despot is dead.
What scares me is that he seems to have a lot of fans around here.
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What scares me is that he seems to have a lot of fans around here.
i'm scared too. it is rumoured that the admins in particular are all closet kimtards

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What scares me is that he seems to have a lot of fans around here.
I trust - okay, hope - that they're just taking the piss.

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RIP

I didn't like his personal lifestyle or his eccentric behavior.

But as a leader I respect him for not selling the country or its nuclear and science programs to the West.
He starved millions to death and you respect him? Some leader. Using logic like that it seems you would respect Hitler for making the trains run on time.

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