Why is North Korea popular right now?

Kim Jong-Il, benevolent dictator for life of N. Korea, recently challenged Bill Clinton to a ping pong match. Clinton has accepted his offer. (as of August 4 at 09:48 UTC)
Category: Other | Trend originated by @nwjerseyliz | Most recent: September 3 at 14:50 UTC | First appearance: March 8 at 21:00 UTC | Last defined: August 4 at 09:48 UTC | Permalink
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Mar
29
North Korea wants to spoil USA's fun.
Defined by @n2o_x via What the Trend March 29 at 15:51 UTC
Apr
12
North Korea launched a long-range missile that failed and fell into the Japanese Sea about a minute after launch.
Defined by @AdamK17 via What the Trend April 12 at 23:47 UTC
Jul
1
+1 year
People are voting to send Pop star Justin Bieber to North Korea on his upcoming World Tour.
Defined by Anonymous via web July 1 at 22:41 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Aug 4 - Bill Clinton was invited to talks in North Korea. He aims to secure the release of two U.S. journalists held there since March and possibly further negotiations regarding nuclear arms. http://bit.ly/XLMTv
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 15:06 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Bill Clinton was invited to talks in North Korea. He aims to secure the release of two U.S. journalists held there since March and possibly further negotiations regarding nuclear arms. http://bit.ly/XLMTv
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 13:35 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Kim Jong-Il, benevolent dictator for life of N. Korea, recently challenged Bill Clinton to a ping pong match. Clinton has accepted his offer.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 09:48 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Bill Clinton is going there to get the two asian reporters. With a chainsaw.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 08:00 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Bill Clinton is going there to get the two asian reporters.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 03:55 UTC
Aug
4
+5 months
Bill (dick suck) Clinton is going there to get the two asian reporters.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 4 at 03:25 UTC
Jul
4
+4 months
North Korea test-fires four missiles.
Defined by Anonymous via web July 4 at 05:08 UTC
Jun
24
+4 months
The official Korean Central News Agency stated "If the US imperialists start another war, the army and people of Korea will ... wipe out the aggressors on the globe once and for all"
Defined by Anonymous via web June 24 at 18:25 UTC
Jun
13
+3 months
North Korea says it will 'weaponize' its plutonium http://is.gd/10y0I
Defined by Anonymous via web June 13 at 01:15 UTC
Jun
13
+3 months
Tough UN sanctions brought threatening response from North Korea, that's why.
Defined by Anonymous via web June 13 at 01:09 UTC
Jun
8
+3 months
The Central Court of North Korea sentenced US journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee to 12-year prison terms in labor camps for illegally crossing the border into the country. Tweeple are angry. They want North Korea to release the two journalists. http://uurl.in/NoKorea
Defined by Anonymous via web June 8 at 00:47 UTC
Jun
7
+3 months
The Central Court of North Korea sentenced US journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee to 12-year prison terms in labor camps for illegally crossing the border into the country. escalating.
Defined by Anonymous via web June 7 at 23:17 UTC
May
27
+3 months
This country has recently tested several missiles, and in the past day said that they would consider any anti-proliferation action by South Korea as a declaration of war. Tensions are escalating.
Defined by Anonymous via web May 27 at 09:48 UTC
May
27
+3 months
Kim Jong-il died. So far, the general consensus on Twitter is happiness and hope.
Defined by Anonymous via web May 27 at 09:26 UTC
May
25
+3 months
North Korea conducted a nuclear test. So far, the general concensus on Twitter is Uproar, Shock and Anger, with a tinge of fear.
Defined by Anonymous via web May 25 at 05:09 UTC
May
24
+3 months
North Korea conducted a nuclear test.
Defined by Anonymous via web May 24 at 21:47 UTC
Apr
5
+28 days
North Korea launched a missile.
Defined by Anonymous via web April 5 at 18:21 UTC
Apr
5
+27 days
North Korea launched a satellite into orbit early Sunday morning.
Defined by Anonymous via web April 5 at 01:22 UTC

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