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15:53 CST :: 5/18/2009

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Quote (FSX @ 15:02 CST :: 5/18/2009)
We need to see if anyone has an old music game machine in bad shape.

We should repair it and send it up there.

doubt that would happen

that would divert the minds of N.K. people away from the GREAT LEADER


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21:46 CST :: 5/18/2009

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How about a Technomotion? Bad enough? :P

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06:10 CST :: 5/19/2009

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Quote (Kuhazan @ 21:46 CST :: 5/18/2009)
How about a Technomotion? Bad enough? :P

Sure.

22:48 CST :: 5/19/2009

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The closest thing to a rythim game they will get is where you stand on one, just one pannel and bow before the pictures of the great leaders, and it grades your bow. No one will ever get over a C.

But if someone makes a virtual "give flowers to Kim Jong Il" game, people would play it. They'd have to.


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04:48 CST :: 5/20/2009

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oh my gosh, I can't imagine living there :( I always go to arcade near my university almost anytime I have free time. I'll pray for them. :indifferent:

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16:02 CST :: 5/21/2009

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After watching both of those links Turkey posted (very informative. I knew it was screwy, but not screwy like that!), I watched the Dutch documentary on Youtube, and noticed an interesting thing. At 34:24 to 34:47, the song Bi Guk Bi Guk from DJ DOC (if I am wrong, sorry. I found the song like 7 years ago and it was titled as being from DJ DOC. Then again, so was that Fuck Japan song.) was playing on the radio. Are they allowed radios? It is contact from the outside world, after all.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ6E3cShcVU

Another thing is this:



the North Korean audiance has no idea what to do. They can hear the rythim, but are not allowed to show it.


Edited by Chris Lee on 01:27 CST :: 5/22/2009

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08:56 CST :: 5/22/2009

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Chris, yeah, that's definitely the notes from an old DJ DOC song (I don't know the title, so I can't tell if you've got that part correct as well), but I've never heard this version of it, so I'm thinking it's not them playing it.  Guessing it's a cover, OR, this may be the original source music that DJ DOC could have sampled into THEIR song.  They've borrowed other song's themes before.

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23:24 CST :: 11/23/2009

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I'm diggin' the cowboy design on the side of the shooter, anti-American sentiment indeed.

23:35 CST :: 11/23/2009

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Just for future reference, please don't bump 6-month-old threads. Thanks.

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01:17 CST :: 11/24/2009

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we already have a Seoul Man. We barely even used the first one. There's no reason to have a second one.

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