Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Got problems with weak thrust? Let a foreigner tell you how it's done.

Over at ROK Drop, we have news that North Korea may have brought in foreigners to help with their missile program:
The South Korean government believes North Korea used foreign help to solve problems like weak engine thrust, and that there is a significant chance that the upcoming missile launch scheduled for sometime this month will be successful.
So the Norks need foreigners to compensate for their weak thrust? Boy, these jokes just write themselves (or perhaps foreigners are writing the jokes themselves).

Anyway, I have a pretty good guess how this came about: North Korean operatives keep reading at places like The Marmot's Hole that foreigner English teachers are a bunch of rocket scientists, and the rest is history.

In a pinch, Robert H. Goddard could teach
English or design a mean jungle gym. 


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