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The Koreas Are Now “Naughty” And “Nice,” According To An Australian Newspaper Obviously In Hot Water
Unless some groundbreaking events in global diplomacy just went down, I’m pretty sure North Korea is still North Korea and South Korea is South Korea with the 38th parallel still firmly separating the two. For whatever reason, Australian daily newspaper, The Mx, doesn’t agree. They branded the two Koreas as “Naughty” and “Nice” in a printed medal count on Wednesday. Try and guess which is which after the jump.
South Korean fencer Shin A-Lam got screwed out of a medal because of an inexplicable timing error. But now, we can explain it: it happened because apparently some idiot decided to hire a 15-year old volunteer to keep the time.
As Evan pointed out earlier, I’ve been riding the bench most of today. The reason: my left eye is currently a red, watery, pus-filled biohazard. Which is why Dong Hyun, the legally blind archer who just set a world record, is my new favorite Olympian.
Little mix-up before the North Korean women’s soccer team was set to face Colombia. No big deal. Just a tiny, eensy little problem. You know: showing South Korea’s flag. The embarrassing details after the jump.
By virtue of their Asia Games triumph, South Korea’s baseball team will receive a military exemption…and star Shin-Soo Choo can keep playing for the Cleveland Indians.
After many low-scoring games in the World Cup’s early going, no one could complain about a lack of action in Argentina’s 4-1 win over South Korea today.
Day 2 of the 2010 World Cup is underway, and though you’re probably just looking forward to 2:30 when the U.S. takes on England, there’s some intriguing action in earlier games.