Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Producing volatility order to beg for relevancy. This is no different from the more lurid and prurient representations we have heard from "shock radio" or gangster rap.

The word "reprobate" comes to mind...

The UN general assembly granted a request from North Korea to hold a moment of silence for Kim Jong-il, the country's former leader who died on Saturday. The tribute was boycotted by western delegations. Nassir Abdulaziz al-Nasser, president of the 193-nation assembly, called for the minute of silence before the start of a routine meeting

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