08.08.17

“Left of launch” — the big failure. So Big. Now, “fire and fury.”

Posted in Bombing Paupers, Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 5:14 pm by George Smith

Left of launch appears to have failed abysmally. Did it even exist except in the minds of a small set of weird American cyberwarriors?

So our leader promises “fire and fury.”

Basing reaction and strategy on the alleged impact or cleverness of internally rhyming triplets seems unsound, the constructions of cretins. (Heh — lil’ joke.)

Enough with the National Security Agency’s contract piecework cyberwarriors. They deliver nothing but unexpected dangers.

From the New York Times:

President Trump threatened on Tuesday to unleash “fire and fury” against North Korea if it endangers the United States …

What does it even mean when the most powerful country on the planet allegedly feels endangered by one of the most isolated and poor?


Left of launch — the clever cyber-saying that worked so well.

Now, in the stupid phrases Hall of Fame, according to me, second to first place and all time winner, electronic Pearl Harbor.

2 Comments

  1. anon said,

    August 9, 2017 at 11:35 am

    “What does it even mean when the most powerful country on the planet allegedly feels endangered by one of the most isolated and poor?”

    (Side note: North Korea is *so* poor, they don’t even have plastic bottles. I saw a North Korean defector on YouTube telling a story of discovering a plastic bottle floating in the Yalu river.)

    I think it means roughly the same thing as when some people decided that it was a necessary and great idea to stomp on Iraq (again) circa 2002 to 2003.

    I feel like I should take another look at moving to Sweden.