wow. after reading that mini-essay on Kimchi, I felt a surge of loyalty to an local Canadian specialty, and guzzled half a liter of Maple Syrup, in a sudden burst of patriotism.Now I'm on a sugar rush.I typed this comment in a third of a second.
Thanks for the comment. You don't know happy I am to see that you're not throwing away your national pride.
Brilliant!Eat kimchi not because you like it, but because it's your responsibility as a good Korean!
Where are the "do you know? gimchi is korean pride" t-shirts...http://andyinsk.blogspot.com/2008/09/do-you-know-gimchi-is-korean.htmlhmmm... ㅋㅋㅋ
Maybe there's a reason nobody else in the world eats kimchi.(Has this blog always been closed to non Google/Blogger people?)
I don't like anonymous comments so I want people to register. It creates some accountability and it also cuts down on some of the spam and garbage. I started it back in March after an anonymous guy from Japan posted all kinds of racist garbage when Bill Kapoun died.
Holy Christ--this is not too far from North Korea...
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