These are the Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un cat scratching posts sold by The Pussycat Riot, an advocacy group of cats against cyber censorship created by the folks at HideMyAss.com, which provides virtual private network services for online anonymity. Show More Summary
South Korean soldiers detained a US citizen trying to swim across the river border into North Korea – reportedly to meet leader Kim Jong-Un — the South’s defence ministry said on Wednesday. “A male American citizen was arrested last night while attempting to swim across the...
South Korean soldiers detained a US citizen who was apparently trying to swim across the river border into rival North Korea, the South’s defence ministry said on Wednesday. “A male American citizen was arrested last night while attempting to swim across the river to North Korea,”...
Credits: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Pyongyang calls the fictional thriller a 'politically motivated provocation' backed by Downing Street One-Minute Read Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 3:50pm Pyongyang...Show More Summary
Kim Jong-Un, the North Korean dictator, has been unveiled as a Manchester United fan. It’s believed that Un is such a big follower of the Red Devils that he has even ordered state television to broadcast Premier League football in order to allow the inhabitants of his country to follow the sport. Jong-Un’s favourite United
What do Kim Jong-un, Vladimir Putin and Fattah el-Sisi have in common, besides the fact that they all have tyrannical tendencies? They're all featured in The Pussycat Riot's new line of litter boxes and scratching posts: The Pussycat...Show More Summary
You can't make this stuff up (unless you're Kim Jong-un).
The trailer for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg‘s The Interview is pretty insane. In the film, a famous entertainment journalist and his producer get an exclusive interview with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Before heading to the interview, the U.S. Show More Summary
Concerned that, this time, Christmas spirit may not be enough to stave off nuclear war, Sony is said to be making changes to its Kim Jong-un assassination comedy The Interview, after North Korea promised a “merciless retaliation” if it is released. Show More Summary
It looks like Kim Jong-Un will have a little more time to plan his attack on James Franco and Seth Rogen, as “The Interview” won’t hit theaters until December 25th. Originally slated for an October 10th debut, the action-comedy was delayed...Show More Summary
Kim Jong-Un is apparently quite easy to entertain, and he was all smiles and eyes full of wonder when he visited the Chonji Lubricant Factory and got to watch machines squirt out piles of lubricant: (Image Via Telegraph) This incredibly...Show More Summary
James Franco and Seth Rogen's controversial film about assassinating Kim Jong-Un has been bumped back by a month and half, from October 10 to December 25, 2014. Releasing the movie on Christmas indicates that the studio is confident about the film's prospects, although it faces off against a diverse crop... More »
The despotic family meme gets its best update yet: Kim Jong-un seems to enjoy his visit to Chonji Lubricant Factory. http://t.co/gyFf10d827 pic.twitter.com/mmJVDZNpvS — Jim Roberts (@nycjim) August 7, 2014
Sony has pledged to give everyone what they really want this Christmas—the murder of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un—by moving the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy The Interview from October 10 to December 25. “The combination of Seth,...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un recently visited the Chonji Lubricant Factory and was very, shall we say, "excited" — no, let's go with "pleased" — by the lubricant-making machines he saw. We have the Korean Central News Agency to thank...Show More Summary
Kim Jong-un is usually so stern and dour in photographs that a picture of him grinning at an industrial lubricant factory has Stephen Colbert rethinking everything he thought he knew about the young North Korean dictator. "Beneath that sad expression, Kim Jong-un just might be be Kim Jong-fun," Colbert said on Wednesday night's Colbert Report. Show More Summary