Analysts say the weapons paraded around Pyongyang last week are just mockups, and fairly sloppy ones at that.
North Korea put on quite the show last week, proudly displaying the country’s advanced new missiles in an extravagant military parade. However, analysts who studied the photos of the weapons say that they’re fakes, the Associated Press reports.“There is no doubt that these missiles were mock-ups,” Markus Schiller and Robert Schmucker (of Germany’s Schmucker Technologie, which has advised NATO on missile issues) wrote on Armscontrolwonk.com.
Sabi ng trainer ko may special project daw ako…A3. solo flight. SHOOT!
Sa wakas sa dalawa’t kalahating ojt namin sa moog…may nanlibre na samin. Hindi man galing sa inaasahan naming trainer, kundi sa madaldal, loko-loko, mabait, at mapagbigay na kaibigan naming operator, kuya mike. Thank YOU super!!!
Sa wakas naliwanagan na ang group namin sa kung pano ang gagawin namin sa facilities research. Makaka-usad na kami. sir victor, thank YOU too, super!!!
"Huwag pangunahan ng takot kung gusto mong makausad."
"This music is sure to send some of you straight back to your high school prom," said Ryan Seacrest. "This is the era that brought us stonewashed jeans and neon tube socks." (Hey, wasn’t it in-house "Idol" style advisor Tommy Hilfiger who brought us that look?)
“It is an unpleasant fact of life that on the day you look fabulous, you will not run into the person who causes your pulse rate to break the sound barrier.
The day you look like a troglodyte, that’s when you see the person. Events conspire to present you to the beloved in the worst possible light.”—Jessica Zafra
Recruiters often asked me to help sell high priority candidates on the company. No one had to ask me twice to promote Google and no one was more surprised than me when I could no longer do so. In fact, my last three months working for Google was a whirlwind of desperation, trying in vain to get my passion back.
The Google I was passionate about was a technology company that empowered its employees to innovate. The Google I left was an advertising company with a single corporate-mandated focus.