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Lately, when our boy Un isn’t busy lighting up his trusted advisors, top North Korean officials, and family members with anti-aircraft guns or a face full of poison, the supreme leader has been toying around with ballistic missiles and a program to build the largest nuclear bomb to date. But since Kimmy and company essentially still live in the Jurassic period, the rest of the planet assumes their “scientists” are rubbing together two rocks next to gunpowder, failing to get a spark, and being fed to dogs for another botched attempt at a “big boom.” It’s adorable how the little guy thinks he’s a world power, but every now and again we have to flex our nuts and show him who’s king.
That’s why the U.S. casually dropped the footage from old warhead test from over half a century ago while Un tries to chirp about tossing grenades out of a bunker. If we had this superior weaponry back in ’40s imagine what we have up our sleeve nowadays.
Here are some nerds explaining why they rescued the recordings if that’s your thing. Skip ahead to the next video if you want to watch the fire fuck balls.
And now the main event.
Just keep the duck and cover method in mind moving forward. That school desk could be the difference between life and vaporizing death during the impending atomic apocalypse..
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