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It's my b-day today. Ask me anything.

Rodman was not first pick for North Korea trip

More: http://news.yahoo.com/hbos-vice-crew-surprised-north-korean-leader-183943215.html

NEW YORK (AP) The documentary crew that accompanied Dennis Rodman to North Korea over the winter says it had no idea it would meet the reclusive country's young leader, Kim Jong Un, until he showed up at a basketball game it was filming.
The media company VICE arranged the trip and invited Rodman after its first choice, Michael Jordan, expressed no interest. A 30-minute documentary on the unexpected piece of basketball diplomacy will air on June 14 on HBO as the final episode of VICE's first season, and was previewed for some reporters on Wednesday.
The North Korean leader loves basketball so much that he overlooked the government's antipathy for VICE founder Shane Smith, who had made two critical documentaries on North Korea, and invited the crew in. Smith wasn't allowed back but VICE's Ryan Duffy accompanied Rodman and three members of the Harlem Globetrotters traveling basketball troupe.

50 Common Misquotations

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Young Obama shows off his baseball swing

More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/28/obama-baseball-photo_n_3347279.html?ir=Sports&ref=topbar

President Barack Obama may be known for his basketball skills -- or, sometimes, his lack thereof-- but as a child growing up in Hawaii, he was fond of another favorite American pastime.

A family snapshot from the 1960s shows a very young Obama practicing his baseball swing in a University of Hawaii t-shirt


Who wants to play the Slap Bill O'Reilly game?

Link: http://www.slapacelebrity.com/bill_oreilly.html

The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places in the World

More: http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2Il7Bt/:6uqrZuZa:l0HdkEbt/www.nature-pictures.info/the-33-most-beautiful-abandoned-places-in-the-world/

The Tunnel of Love in Ukraine

El Hotel Del Salto in Colombia

Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, England

Getting back to what Tantaros said about punching Obama voters

I have a question to ask the DU community: isn't it weird how in this country, swear words and sex jokes are censored, yet it is considered "free speech" and totally acceptable for a prominent radio show host to suggest violence against a group of people? As far as I know, this lady still has yet to be fired or reprimanded for her remarks.
Maybe I'm the crazy one here, but something seems very wrong with this picture IMO.

Random things to do


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Oh you're going to McDonald's...


Bishop E.W. Jackson: "The idea that Barack Obama is a Christian is Laughable"

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