Re: What does "Asymmetric units" mean? Should "Seoul" here be "Pyongyang"?
It's probably seen as odd, but I tend not to watch/read/listen to the news as much as other people - mainly because it's just too damn depressing most of the time! However, as someone pointed out on a quiz show the other night, as far as the North Korea story goes, if they fire a nuclear missile and everyone dies, then it's all over anyway and if they don't fire a nuclear missile, then it wasn't a story!
Originally Posted by konungursvia
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