At last you too can "destroy the capitalist swine," just like Kim Jong Un. A new retro video game, called "Glorious Leader!" which is due out by the end of the year, allows you to run around like a little Kim Jong Un, shooting at things and setting American flags on fire.
It's one thing to come in last, but North Korea really came in last: there's a 27 point difference between the Hermit Kingdom and the second to last on the list Cuba. No other candidates in the list of 177 ranked countries have such a wide point margin.
More bluster today: the wire services are reporting that North Korea, for now, isn't allowing South Korean businesspeople to enter the Kaesong industrial zone. That's the special administrative area north of the border where several hundred South Korean managers supervise some 50,000 North Korean laborers, who make garments and handbags.
North Korea bars South Koreans from entering their shared industrial park, President Barack Obama heads to Colorado to talk gun control, Nelson Mandela is "much better," and Germany's old bombs are everywhere.