Tuesday, December 13, 2016

First Against The Wall

There's very little in the universe to laugh about right now.  This will have to do:
"The National Assembly is getting close to tracking down Woo Byung-woo, the former presidential secretary for civil affairs who has been on the run to avoid questioning over his role in the abuse of power scandal that led to the impeachment of Park Geun-hye.
Its uncommon allies in the hunt: average angry Koreans."
It gets better:
"People all over the country are spending their own money riding in taxis and buying coffee in this blistering cold, shivering as they search,' said Kim Seong-hoe, Sohn’s aide. 'I don’t think any of these people are actually out for the reward.'
'We’re getting 20 to 30 calls every day,' said Kim. 'They’re really out investigating. There’s one person who calls us all throughout the day, giving us clues like how he’s standing in front of a building [in which Woo is suspected to be] and that the lights on the third floor are on.'”
Nobody said Late Capitalism would be pretty, but at least we'll have a little bit of fun now and then.

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