Response to satire
...is to make yourself ripe for satire.
North Korea has dismissed claims it was behind the crippling hack suffered by struggling film studio Sony Pictures. But a spokesman at the country's National Defence Commission said today that the attack on the company's computer system "might be a righteous deed of the supporters and sympathisers" with Norkers as they attempt …
Uh, boss. Yeah we entered "127.0.0.1" for err... testing purposes. And now...
Like a cyber version of Lovecraftŝ "The Hound"
In my tortured ears there sounds unceasingly a nightmare whirring and flapping, and a faint distant baying as of some gigantic hound. It is not dream - it is not, I fear, even madness - for too much has already happened to give me these merciful doubts.
St John is a mangled corpse; I alone know why, and such is my knowledge that I am about to blow out my brains for fear I shall be mangled in the same way. Down unlit and illimitable corridors of eldrith phantasy sweeps the black, shapeless Nemesis that drives me to self-annihilation.
Provides a good sense of irony considering that the countries they allied themselves with (Russia, China) are far more imperialistic than the US and how both allies were ruled by emperors into the 20th century (and thus being the textbook definition of imperialistic)...
"The comedy movie in question is The Interview"
I'm going to find and watch "The Interview" just to piss off his supreme leadership king kong (or whatever his name is).
No wait, Sony has has a significant part in this film, so I won't be watching it after all.
Bugger. But bide your time king bong, soon will be a film that makes fun of you and ISN'T produced by Sony, and you can rest assured I'll be watching THAT.
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