Thanks to Jim Guterman, Boston.com brings to us a picture extravaganza (The Big Picture) of KJI on his rounds with just a little less supernatural powers at work.
His mouth is open in pretty much every photo, and when he does smile its a little lopsided. Looking pretty frail! I hope the rotten bastard croaks soon.
While looking at these photos, one thing occurred to me over and over: the artificiality of what the Dear Leader was inspecting. Or at least how artificial it appears to me… the apparent perfection of everything KJI was shown.
And of course, that is how Korean culture works… As a public school teacher, I put on “demonstration classes” which are a far cry from the reality of a real class. The principal would have no idea what actually goes on during a real class. Even if he were to drop by unannounced, I and the students would immediately switch gears into show-mode…
South Korea has had a hard time adapting to transparency – and that’s in a democratic setting… I wonder sometimes if the Dear Leader has any clue how badly his country is failing.
The man looks like a straight Oakland gangster.
The outfit I am writing with now does not have a backtrack feature yet, so I am doing it manually:
The outfit I am writing with now does not have a backtrack feature, so I am doing it manually:
@annafifield @jakeadelstein @facklernyt I wish I could say those tactics looked strange and unfamiliar.
12 hours ago
@profLind Yep, that's the Shinzo Abe we've all grown to know and love.
지역 문화 발전소로 변신한 전분 공장 '제주앤트러사이트'_전성기 되찾은 재생건축 답사기 http://t.co/4qZoCHAx5T 출처 : 리빙센스 | 네이버 매거진캐스트
Photo: Just hangin’ on the porch, Namhansanseong Fortress haenggung. http://t.co/W0SMERrc0w
Photo: Looking down the other end of Sinchon Graffiti Tunnel. http://t.co/7IDJY6oCZg
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