|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-07-09 |
It's like what I'd imagine elevator music from The Jetsons to sound like.
|Enjoy - 2012-07-09 |
"More suction, nurse!"
"No, I mean more suction cups on his back."
|spikestoyiu - 2012-07-09 |
Is that... is that a lie detector?
"Sir, do you have cancer?"
"The machine is showing deception"
|Redford - 2012-07-09 |
EAR STATUS SCANNED 23%!!!!!!!!!
HEALTH CONFIRM WITH DANCING!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Never change, DPRK.
|kamlem - 2012-07-10 |
The music sounds like something out of an Italian cannibal movie, which is appropriate considering what the starving hospital staff probably do with the corpses.
|Riskbreaker - 2012-07-10 |
"Hey doctor, i think i might need some penicil...
Fun fact: I am incredibly disturbed by exactly what they could be injecting into that poor woman's back at 1:10. Does anyone here happen to magically know Korean and can tell what the text on those bottles says?
No. DRPK, you are literally the worst.
|Hooker - 2012-07-10 |
I'm astounded North Korea has the technology to upload videos to YouTube.
Are those chef hats?
More disturbing: Are those patients dressed in old-timey prisoner outfits?
If they are, I wouldn't worry about it. North Korea probably eats their prisoners.
|Macho Nacho - 2012-07-10 |
So going to a North Korean hospital is like going to a spa?
|takewithfood - 2012-07-10 |
This is such a rip-off of Mitchell & Webb's homeopathic hospital sketch.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-07-10 |
It's a smattering of the cheapest and least effective homeopathic treatments available.
|Steebis - 2012-07-10 |
Not a single glove in the joint
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-07-10 |
I love how the video goes out of its way to show us that they have the advanced technological medical luxury that is Windows 95.
|Blue - 2012-07-10 |
For the record, acupuncture was illegal in China until 1949 when it was added as part of a push to bring medicine to rural areas of the country. Rural people that could read were recruited, given a small amount of training and a fucking book. This book had step by step instructions on how to perform real fucking medicine. It also had instructions for the situations that arose when they didn't have the proper tools or medicines available, which I imagine was really fucking common. If you can't treat them, give them acupuncture and tell them you are treating them. It was about saving face, not lives.
That book made it to America, but only in an abridged format. They basically cut out all the real medicine and just left the bullshit.
Fun fact: The chi in your spleen is what you use to get the chi out of the air and also your food. Without it you pretty much have no chi. Approximately 1 in 100 people don't have any fucking chi. Acupuncturists still take their money.
|memedumpster - 2012-07-10 |
Goddammit, EVERYONE is ahead of Kentucky in health care.
|bopeton - 2012-07-10 |
Well the reliance on magic for health care is interesting, but I'm more interested in why they all wear chef hats.
It's not even a veterinarian's office.
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