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#1 16-06-2010, 00:16:54 AM
Brazil cheated.  They probably poisoned the DPRK squad like that rebellious "South Korea" did. 

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/south-korea-reject-north-korea-poisoning-claim-1663908.html

 :loser:

The Great Eternal President Maximum Generalissimo Kim Il Sung smiled on the great player Ji Yun-Nam to allow him to at least make one goal for retribution.  Kim Jong Il probably directed the play, too.

 :stamp:



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#2 16-06-2010, 00:19:19 AM
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Ok maybe if they got poisoned once I could buy it.  But twice?  It sounds like they're taking handouts from anyone they can, poison or no, before they have to go back to eating bugs.




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#3 16-06-2010, 00:24:12 AM
I should have stated it better.  They were most likely poisoned, or another imperialist plot could have been waged against them.  DPRK football team is not used to playing in cool climates, unlike a lot of Brazilians who play in Europe year-round.  Perhaps the cooler climate was brought in to take down DPRK.

Of course, it is also possible that the DPRK simply did not sweat hard enough to celebrate the memory of the Eternal President Fatherly Leader Kim Il Sung and fight for one Korea.  It has been documented:

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/world-news/we-re-not-sweating-enough-that-s-why-we-re-failing-fatherly-leader-1.1034535


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#4 16-06-2010, 11:51:57 AM
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#5 16-06-2010, 14:29:20 PM
that is good


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I should have stated it better.  They were most likely poisoned, or another imperialist plot could have been waged against them.  DPRK football team is not used to playing in cool climates, unlike a lot of Brazilians who play in Europe year-round.  Perhaps the cooler climate was brought in to take down DPRK.

Of course, it is also possible that the DPRK simply did not sweat hard enough to celebrate the memory of the Eternal President Fatherly Leader Kim Il Sung and fight for one Korea.  It has been documented:

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/world-news/we-re-not-sweating-enough-that-s-why-we-re-failing-fatherly-leader-1.1034535

Isn't North Korea fairly cold?  It's right next to Siberia after all.




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#7 16-06-2010, 18:13:47 PM
I should have stated it better.  They were most likely poisoned, or another imperialist plot could have been waged against them.  DPRK football team is not used to playing in cool climates, unlike a lot of Brazilians who play in Europe year-round.  Perhaps the cooler climate was brought in to take down DPRK.

Of course, it is also possible that the DPRK simply did not sweat hard enough to celebrate the memory of the Eternal President Fatherly Leader Kim Il Sung and fight for one Korea.  It has been documented:

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/world-news/we-re-not-sweating-enough-that-s-why-we-re-failing-fatherly-leader-1.1034535

Isn't North Korea fairly cold?  It's right next to Siberia after all.

It can be cold, but DPRK football team mostly plays in state-of-the-art stadiums with internal heating and preservation capacity, designed by Kim Jong Il himself.  Biggest capacity for non-automotive purposes:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rungrado_May_Day_Stadium

The DPRK team is also not used to specific type of cool found in South Africa, or so I've heard.



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Everyone is sweating after a few minutes so I doubt the cold matters that much to them, and South Africa doesn't even get that cold.  46F at the worst, that's pretty mild.




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#9 16-06-2010, 18:57:12 PM
Everyone is sweating after a few minutes so I doubt the cold matters that much to them, and South Africa doesn't even get that cold.  46F at the worst, that's pretty mild.

I read that it was 32 and could go down to 29.  They might have snow, the first time since 2007/8.


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