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Vice Documentary on North Korea

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Did anybody else just watch this?

 

I will expound on some things but just wondering. Very disturbing and uplifting at the same time.

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yea vice is my jam

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One of the most important shows on television and the internet right now.

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I thought it was very well done.  I know we all talk about how the government is always watching us, but it seems like its on a completely different level over there.  They aren't even trying to hide it over there.

 

And the part where Kim Jon Un is walking in and they cheer him like he's the 2nd coming of Christ himself...just mind numbing. I'm not even sure you can call it cheering, its something way above that.

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What's Vice?

 

news magazine that airs on HBO

 

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What's Vice?

 

 

if you can get access to hbo or hbo go I HIGHLY suggest watching it. They just wrapped up their first full season produced by HBO, but have been around longer than that. They cover interesting news stories from around the world, that aren't necessarily widely reported. Also they get into the thick of things, this isn't your Discovery Channel North Korea, this is holy poo if we get caught we might end up in North Korean prison. 

 

They have a three part special on North Korea prior to being sponsored by HBO 

Here's part 1: 

 

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Incredible... The nigerian oil fields story was incredible too...

Rodman made me facepalm with his great speech.

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The whole thing was just scary and surreal. Great news/media company. 

 

And the episode before on Chicago gangs and the Nigerian oil fields were both eye opening

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