Thursday, December 22, 2011

Christmas Week: Decking the Halls

With all manner of things.

The UN has had several moments of silence on the Kim dynasty's reign of terror since 1950. I suppose they thought one minute more wouldn't hurt:

The UN General Assembly granted a request from North Korea and held a few moments of silence Thursday for Kim Jong-il, the country’s former leader who died Saturday, though Western delegations boycotted it.

We ducked out which I'm sure disgraced us in front of Iran, China and the rest of the world.

Related: when one offers a very tame criticism of a recently deceased monster of a man, it MUST be nuanced.

(hat tip)

And now, the ninth day of Cutemas

(yes- Cutemas)

Also: gingerbread yoga poses to burn off that feasting fat!


Anonymous said...

Why don't they have a moment of silence for Stalin and Hitler while they're at it.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. The UN is the world's oldest joke that still isn't funny.

~Your Brother~

Osumashi Kinyobe said...

What would it take for Canada or the US to withdraw from this joke?