War is Hell. It’s also Beautiful, Expensive, & Useless. (Video)

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on Nov 20, 2010
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Awesome vid. Imagine how much humble human good could be done with all that money and woman and manpower.

The North Koreans marching along like a mass meeting of cub scouts/girl guides with military equipment from the dark ages has something deeply unnerving and yet fascinating about it, the synchronized precision is scary enough to chill your bones.


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3 Responses to “War is Hell. It’s also Beautiful, Expensive, & Useless. (Video)”

  1. Jon Antony Esposito says:

    Very interesting! The Koreans sure can march to a beat!!!

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