No. Don't do it........ The world needs a someone to blame $#*t on.
Excellent, and I like that hairdo you've given him.
Congrats on the bronze, Hits. Happy New Year.
Congrats on the win, wish he would pull the trigger, good one.
Fantastic job, Hits. Congrats on the Bronze and a couple of dollars towards your gas bill
Thank you HH, Champ, Doc, Hobbit, Wanderer, Newsy, Swashbuckle, Luciano, eric, gummy and Hobbit. Happy New Year one and all.
Congrats on the bronze Tim. He'd be doing himself and N. Korea a favor.
Not long after I loaded this I am unable to access my outlook email and even Microsoft techs don't know what is causing it. Do ya think the N. Korean paranoid crybabies have anything to do with that. Thanks guys
There's a lot of buzz in the media about the public disappearance of Kim Jong-un. The North Korea's 32-year-old leader has been absent from public view for almost 40 days, with the only Pyongyang's official statement that "he's healthy, just needs time to heal from a minor leg injury during the military training". Despite this official statement, Kim Jong-un's major health issues are rumored to be the main reason for his unexpected absence - he is a heavy smoker and a Cognac lover, just like his father was. Kim Jong-un was last shown on North Korean national television in the first days of September, where he appeared limping and gaining weight. He has missed two major national holidays where the leader is expected to make an appearance - the Foundation Day of the North Korean State (September 9) and the anniversary of the establishment of the Korean Worker's Party (October 10). This sudden disappearance of the Supreme Leader is even more surprising considering his known love for public appearances and photo shoots (unlike his father Kim Jong-il who was a camera-shy dictator).
Show where and how Kim Jong-un might be hiding from the public eye.
The recent declaration of war by North Korea to South Korea turned out to be a
translation error. Kim Jong Un is just trying to show the world (and his own nation), he's as mighty a dictator as his father Kim Jong Il was. Too often North Korea was caught with their military bluff games in the past (badly photoshopped photos of missile tests, etc.), that the recent military threats to South Korea and the USA are likely nothing but the Kim Jong Un's attempts to pose as a mighty leader to be feared of.
Photoshop this photo of Kim Jong Un any way you wish.
It's notoriously difficult to get a sense of what's going on in North Korea - after all, the world didn't even learn of Kim Jong Il's death until two days after it occurred. In the West he was mocked for his bouffant, his pudgy belly and his platform shoes. Former U.S. President George W. Bush called him a pygmy. He was even parodied in the parody movie Team America: World Police as a dictator who walked around an empty palace singing about his loneliness.
But in North Korea, he was called the Dear Leader (and, more recently, the Supreme Leader) and the news of his death shocked North Korea and left the nation in tears.
Official North Korean reports say that he died of "fatigue" while on a train ride. Kim, who reportedly feared flying and traveled by personal armored train, had suffered a stroke in 2008. He was reported in better health in recent months, having cut down on his appetite for cognac and cigars.
Photoshop Kim Jong Il how he will be remembered in history, or photoshop what/who awaits this leader in the afterlife.
There's been a lot of media buzz that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il had a stroke and is unable to rule the country. North Korea officially denies these rumours but Kim Jong Il did not make any public appearances for months. Days ago, North Korean TV showed a video of Kim Jong Il talking to a Korean soccer team after a game - Kim Jong is shown in good health and a cheerful mood. There are questions about the authenticity of this video - whether the video was taken long before Kim Jong's disappearance, or whether Kim Jong's body double was used in the video rather than the leader himself. In any case North Korea tries to use this video to show the world that Kim Jong Il is in good health and is even in a mood for sports.
Let's help out our Korean colleagues to show the world that Kim Jong Il is in good health and sporty mood - photoshop Kim Jong Il doing any kind of sports activity. To take things further, you can even make your entries in the form of magazine covers.