President Obama, the statement said, “is the chief culprit who forced the Sony Pictures Entertainment to indiscriminately distribute the movie”, blackmailing cinemas in the US.
It added: “Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest.”
The NDC also accused also Washington of “groundlessly linking the unheard of hacking at the Sony Pictures Entertainment to the DPRK”.
The Interview is a classic Hollywood romp involving two lads who go to a strange place and get seduced (in several senses).
And it is very funny. That’s partly because it is also a very good political satire.
It is powerful because it depicts Kim Jong-un as a vain, buffoonish despot, alternating between threats and weeping that he’s been misunderstood. The people around him have all the signs of fear you might expect with a despot – they second-guess his likes and dislikes.
It takes one to two days for the coffee cherries to make their full trip through the elephants digestive tract. During that time, they pick the flavours of the elephant’s diet, giving the coffee a distinctive taste, says Dinkin.
To make a single kilogram of coffee beans, it takes about 33 kilograms of raw coffee cherries.
You may not like it when people wish you “Merry Christmas,” but if you’re traveling today, you may want to try not to lose your temper over it. One man in New York couldn’t quite do that Tuesday, and he got tossed off a plane as a result.
Then, on the plane, a flight attendant offered him the same greeting. “Don’t say ‘Merry Christmas’!” was also shouted at her, the New York Post reports. The man then reportedly started “lecturing” the crew and even the pilot, and when they couldn’t calm him down, he was finally escorted off the plane. The rest of the passengers cheered, the Post notes.