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Empire State Building, it Central Park
JP Morgan bailed out the
Us Government in 1895
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User avatar #3 - galacticboner
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I have no idea how far it is from the empire state building to central park.
User avatar #63 to #3 - sirfisticuffs
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It's the same distance of the blast radius of North Korea's strongest nuclear bomb, silly.
User avatar #12 to #3 - yunoknow
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It would still easily kill a million people and diminish all human activity in most of the city. And that's if radioactive elements don't scatter into the water or atmosphere.
#5 to #3 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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about 2.5 miles
< pic related, its the blast radius of a nuke on the Empire state building
User avatar #6 to #5 - galacticboner
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North Korea's nuclear bombs are less efficient than those used 70 years ago in Japan?...
#7 to #6 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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Apparently so, Its also why i don't consider North Korea a threat in any way
#8 to #7 - plankepetter
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what the name of that website?
#10 to #8 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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User avatar #14 to #10 - martycamp
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Now THAT is one helluva bang
#51 to #10 - Penn
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So wait, the largest bomb ever designed wouldn't even blow up Massachusetts? Not that blowing up Massachusetts is a small radius or anything, but I've always though this nuclear scare was like one bomb could blow up California or some ****.
User avatar #58 to #51 - imaginator
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We can make bigger bombs than the Tsar Bomba. If we go to work on bombs like we did in WW2 we'd be able to blow up small countries.
User avatar #15 to #7 - nustix
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I'm just saying but that still makes them a threat because that would still kill thousands of people.
User avatar #9 to #7 - galacticboner
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Thanks for the informations.
Just out of curiosity, which site is that?
User avatar #11 to #9 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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User avatar #73 to #7 - fabbyp
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Although the blast radius is small the nuclear waste and fragments that would be spread through out the united states by wind and such would bring more deaths and economic disaster than the bomb itself (even though the bomb would kill hundreds of thousands), although if that happened we would most likely respond with a nuclear counters strike which would cause a whole *********.
#71 to #7 - thascomrad
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Nor do I, that's the closest town. and I live in the bottom of the leake (Hornborgasjön)
Nor do I, that's the closest town. and I live in the bottom of the leake (Hornborgasjön)
User avatar #72 to #6 - gemleonn
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Actually, yes. America and Russia are the only are the only countries with extremely powerful nuclear bombs
User avatar #54 to #5 - kanpai
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how ironic is it that the epicentre of the blast is koreatown?
User avatar #80 to #5 - lolmonade
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But it will still clear the **** out of new york and people wont be able to live there for long.
#4 - pappathethird
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How the **** do you know the explosion size of north koreas biggest missile?
How the **** do you know the explosion size of north koreas biggest missile?
User avatar #18 to #4 - thamuz
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Also,their nuke was a fizzle. I doubt the damn things are even functional let alone a true nuke. I would imagine they are more or less a dirty bomb.
#69 to #4 - anon id: ecf38dae
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It's a North Korean missile.

Do you really think it's that big?
#17 to #4 - operationcomando
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www.nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/   
   
   
Probably not this link, definitely not this link.    
   
Dont even click it.
www.nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/


Probably not this link, definitely not this link.

Dont even click it.
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User avatar #29 to #17 - romdadon
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i made one that took out half the world
User avatar #19 to #17 - pappathethird
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That is so awesome. Thanks
User avatar #35 to #19 - santathumbs
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Can you not follow simple instructions?!
#20 - opjoopie
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If they'd use their biggest nuke on the empire state building, it'd probably end up somewhere in the ocean..
If they'd use their biggest nuke on the empire state building, it'd probably end up somewhere in the ocean..
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#22 to #20 - linkheros
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#38 - lolzordz
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implying any old joe would know a fact like that about north korea
User avatar #33 - theugandanhero
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Makes me wonder how much it took to bailout the government in 1895.
#37 to #33 - anon id: 4b368e28
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about 3.50
User avatar #62 to #37 - sirfisticuffs
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It was then that J.P Morgan realized that the US government was an 8 story tall crustacean from the Palaeolithic era.
User avatar #52 to #33 - ragingflamingos
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It was $100,000,000.
#70 - theturtletrolley
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North Korea's Missiles are about as useful as Anne Franks drum kit
User avatar #16 - colegaleener
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If Korea wanted to send a missile our way, they would probably go after Dow Chemical, which is 40 miles away from my house.
User avatar #24 to #16 - rheago
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Do you live in Belgium?
User avatar #27 to #24 - colegaleener
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No, I live in Michigan. Do you guys have a Dow Chemical there?
User avatar #30 to #27 - rheago
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Yeah, about 20 kilometres from my place
User avatar #32 to #30 - colegaleener
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When I said miles it should have been a dead give away that I'm from America lol. Go to bed!
#34 to #32 - rheago
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ok...
ok...
#74 - thahax
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User avatar #31 - DeathKnight
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I think we can work with the North Koreans to nuke that ******* NSA yottabyte storage facility. I'd be very happy.
#36 to #31 - forahilarm
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Why? Don't post stupid **** on the internet you don't want your superiors to see? Problem solved.
User avatar #39 to #36 - DeathKnight
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Ok. So even though youre so confident that youre doing nothing wrong forahilarm, I'm gonna spy on you anyways. I'm gonna stand outside your window, and document every youtube video, every ******* midget porn clip, every website you go to. Just for the **** of it.

"Bu-bu-but I'm not doing anything wrong11one!" Too ******* bad. I'll still spy on you.

^NSA in a nutshell. I'm not afraid of being caught, I just enjoy my privacy.
#42 to #39 - forahilarm
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Lol. I've no issue with being watched.

If you're doing nothing wrong then why worry if they watch you? Makes you sound as if you're doing something that you shouldn't be doing.
User avatar #43 to #42 - DeathKnight
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Works both ways man. If the government isnt doing anything wrong, then they should have to fear the 1st and 4th amendments. They seem a little too butthurt that their little spy program got uncovered.

If you dont mind being watched every second of every day even if youre doing nothing wrong so be it. But I prefer my privacy.
#44 to #43 - forahilarm
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Eh, spy stuff is rather sensitive though (at least, it can be at times..).

I mean, I don't mind if you know I watch midget porn.

Thanks for having a civil discussion with me, do have a good day!
User avatar #13 - happyfox
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Ok so a picture of snow white and the SEVEN dwarves, and Walt hires ELEVEN dwarves...for Pinocchio? I are confuse