Via the Japanese PM’s Twitter feed.

16 responses to “Uhhhh…

  1. No, CA, NK nukes aren’t going to hit any US Terra firma.


    • Didn’t say they were, dude.

      • Detroit III

        SO what IS the point of this story, then? Just to frighten people?

        • Dude, do you serve any purpose with your posts?

          My blog, my way.

          Your blog, your way.

          Last notable thing I saw before turning off the lights was that message from the Japanese PM referencing 4 ballistic missile launches.

          Noteworthy in my mind, and that’s all that matters.

          You, on the other hand, appear to be a troll with no substantive value add.

          Or do you have something worthwhile to say?

  2. And if the US continues to just stand by nutless, Japan will go nuclear in about an hour, a la the Israeli model, and if they need to, they’ll erase North Korea from the face of the planet, and say “So sorry.”

    • Japan will and should go thermonuclear, the USA will not protect them indefinitely.


      If the Japs go nuclear, then count on payback for Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They have not forgotten who used nukes on who. They have never apologized for the Rape of Nanking or any other proven war crimes. Deep down in their psyche, they hate us.

  3. OT but we talked about AR prices yesterday.

    Now budget AR can be had for $399. Many options that will actually function very reliably.

    Why has the price of Glocks not dropped to $399?

    We here know that prices should not be dropping at all just because Trump won, but in the blue pill world, ARs dropped 33% in price but Glock still $525 or so. I guess maybe $499 or so for Gen 3 (price not changed for years). We’ll never see a $350 new Glock?

    Not bashing Glock. My favorite handgun but it’s just a handgun, with a lot less polymer and steel in each one than an AR.

    And competitors too. Now we have a world with average handgun costing same or more than an AR.

    One could argue the value of a handgun vs AR for civilians but still there are way less materials used to make each one.

    In short, I want a new Glock but I want to pay only 350 fiat dollars.

    • Randall Flagg

      A handgun is a tool one uses to fight their way back to their rifle. ~Boston T. Party

    • lastmanstanding

      To many models…set up and re-tooling takes time.

      Not to mention that demand is still high. Capitalism baby, it’s what’s for dinner.

    • How about make your own Brother…It’s what’s for dinner and they(gov) don’t know what your having…

    • @H Because a Glock is made by Glock. A vast number of manufacturers make parts to assemble an AR rifle. Look at what happened to PCs whem anyone could make an IBM clone.
      Plus a Glock is a handgun that many people feel the need to carry every day against the random bad guys that may pop up at any time. The ARs are only good for the Zombie Apocolypse. Now that Donald Trump got elected I guess a lot of people figured the Zombie Apocolypse – or bans on ARs – was not going to happen anytime so they didn’t need to buy the AR. I hear from talking at the gun shop and gun range that there were lots of cancelled orders for completed ARs and stripped lower receivers.
      It’s stupid logic – if you felt you needed one for protection yesterday but now feel the danger is past then you still need one today. You were just granted a wonderful gift of grace and time to get better organized and prepared and practiced with it.
      How long does it take to learn to play the guitar or the piano good enough to be able to play something worth listening to? Buying a musical instrument suddenly doesn’t make you a musician. Same with guns/ (I did not make that up, but I do love the quote and the message it conveys).

  4. Deadeye Dic

    Well the USA military is on full alert you can bet. Plus they have their yearly “drills” with the ROK military forces occuring right now. Tensions are running high over there I’d bet. Been there, done that. Just my 02 worth.

  5. The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed—and thus clamorous to be led to safety — by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.
    — H.L. Mencken