North Korean internet goes dark (yes, they had one)

Javier J javier at
Sat Dec 27 18:49:22 UTC 2014

Looks like it is still going on.

you can make this stuff up:

""Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical

On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 6:26 PM, Keith Medcalf <kmedcalf at> wrote:

> >> What would be the point in blocking them? They don't even have
> >> electricity in the country, what would I worry about coming out
> >> of their IP block that wouldn't be more interesting than dangerous.
> >> Pretty obvious if it was really them behind the Sony hack, it
> >> was outsourced.
> >For the few elite that do have Internet in DPRK it would be 1) a big
> >inconvenience which would annoy them a lot and 2) they have to transmit
> >what they want attacked to the outsourced crew (whoever they might be)
> >somehow.  I doubt the outsourced group has a fax#.
> I am pretty sure that they have fax machines in Washington Dee Cee.
> ---
> Theory is when you know everything but nothing works.  Practice is when
> everything works but no one knows why.  Sometimes theory and practice are
> combined:  nothing works and no one knows why.

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