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North Korea Defends Weapons Test

PYONGYANG — An official spokesman for Kim Jong-Il announced this week, “our leader, perfect in all his forms, would like you to know size does not matter.” Speaking at length about North Korea’s recent nuclear weapons test, the spokesman went on, “despite the small stature of North Korea’s offensive
sword, the constant rhythm of our attack will keep our opponent enthralled
for hours and hours.”

Despite this statement,
though, North Korea seems to be working to increase the capacity of their weapons. North Korea has recently purchased 25 pounds of Yellow Cake Uranium, 15 kilograms of tritium, and enough Cialis to kill a yak.

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