Friday, August 18, 2006

N. Korea Appears to Be Preparing for Nuclear Test's been fun everyone. Bye bye.

There is new evidence that North Korea may be preparing for an underground test of a nuclear bomb, U.S. officials said.

Well, look at the bright side. Fighting radioactive mutants in a post-apocalyptic world is a great way to shed those unwanted calories. Feel the burn!

"It is the view of the intelligence community that a test is a real possibility," said a senior State Department official.

As long as they're not planning to test it HERE.

A senior military official told ABC News that a U.S. intelligence agency has recently observed "suspicious vehicle movement" at a suspected North Korean test site.

Sounds like quite a jump. "Suspicious vehicle movement" = Nuclear bomb testing. Hey, that jeep didn't signal the left turn. That could mean only one thing. Nuclear war.

The activity includes the unloading of large reels of cable outside P'unggye-yok, an underground facility in northeast North Korea. Cables can be used in nuclear testing to connect an underground test site to outside observation equipment.

Or, to hook up HBO in underground bunkers.


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