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Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-11-29

Doctors say the patient is stable - but "an enormous number" of worms in his body are contaminating his wounds and making his situation worse.

His condition is thought to give a rare insight into life in North Korea.

"I've never seen anything like this in my 20 years as a physician," South Korean doctor Lee Cook-jong told journalists, explaining that the longest worm removed from the patient's intestines was 27cm (11in) long.

fedex - 2017-11-30

That's because Dear Leader told the farmers to use human waste to fertilize their crops, since there wasn't enough animal waste. Also I read that much of the time they didn't dry or cure it first. As a result it's probable that the worm/parasite problem is now endemic to most of the DPRK population.

memedumpster - 2017-11-29

Even Best Korea can't stop a Best Korean soldier from crossing your border when they want to, that's how Best they are.

SolRo - 2017-11-29

When Best Korea trains Best Koreans to be the Best Soldiers, you get Best Best Best North Korean Soldiers. They're unstoppable.

Oscar Wildcat - 2017-11-29

Oh hey, it's chocoJesus come back from his holiday. Needs more yakkity sax.

yogarfield - 2017-11-29

28 days later scenario

The Mothership - 2017-11-30


Redford - 2017-11-30

At this point I'm honestly curious why we don't just start "motivating" the current population of the country to dispose the current regime under the promise of a better future, rather then making them cling to them with the threat of a military invasion.

Just saying.

betabox - 2017-11-30

You're believing that somehow any significant percentage of the NK population hears anything from outside the country?

fedex - 2017-11-30

plus they are all to weak to do much because of the parasites

Raggamuffin - 2017-11-30

A great book on life in NK is "Without You There Is No Us" by Suki Kim. Kim pretended to be a missionary school teacher and she taught the children of some of North Korea's elite for two school years. The length of her stay and the fact that she's Korean provide a ton more insight into NK's culture than you're average Vice documentaries ever could.

Gmork - 2017-11-30

and yet, everything she revealed was entirely predictable

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2017-11-30

Nasty repercussions for his family.

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