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General Discussion / Love made in heaven? Greatest love of all time??
« on: September 30, 2022, 11:45:18 PM »
Trump's self-described 'love letters' to Kim Jong-un seized from Mar-a-lago have been published


Letters exchanged between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and former U.S. President Donald Trump between April 2018 and August 2019 have recently been published.

Korean-American Club, a nonprofit composed of South Korean journalists from different news agencies, published 27 personal letters exchanged between Kim and Trump in the latest issue of its magazine, The Korus Journal.

“I am ready to work with your excellency with all my heart and devotion,” Kim said in a letter dated April 1, 2018, nearly six weeks before he first met Trump at the Singapore Summit.

On the same day, Trump responded that he was “happy to meet” Kim to “drastically” improve relations between their respective governments.

Trump also wrote a letter thanking Kim for the repatriation of the remains of 55 U.S. troops who died during the 1950-53 Korean War.

“Thank you for keeping your promise to start the repatriation process of our soldiers,” Trump said in the letter dated Aug. 2, 2018. “I look forward to seeing you soon.”

Kim greeted Trump on his birthday in 2019 with a letter that also mentioned the one-year anniversary of their “historic” meeting in Singapore.

Trump replied two days later, saying he and Kim shared a “unique relationship and a special friendship.”

According to the Korus Journal report, Kim sent two letters in September 2018, in which he indicated his desire to personally discuss with Trump a potential denuclearizati on of North Korea.

The plan excludes then-South Korean President Moon Jae-in and then-U.S. State Secretary Mike Pompeo, with Kim noting that Moon’s interest is unnecessary.

“The most important cause of what your side considers the headache of ‘missile threats’ and nuclear problem is the military actions of your side and the South Korean military that threatens our safety,” Kim wrote. “And until these elements are eliminated, no changed outcome can be anticipated.”


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"Warm-water fish are appearing off Southern California’s coast. That’s troubling"


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Can you have Korean BBQ alone?

Some restaurants might welcome solo diners, but Korean barbecue joints generally don't. In any case, you'll get more out of the experience if you go with a group, order a wide selection, and push the limits of your appetite. Mar 24, 2022

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TikTok video of woman kicked out of Korean BBQ restaurant for being alone has netizens divided

A woman said she ended up in tears after being asked to leave a Korean barbecue restaurant in Fullerton, California, because she was alone.

Sunshine Chavez, who describes herself as “just a girl that’s passionate about cooking,” took to TikTok to share her unfortunate experience, which occurred at Bwon Shabu & BBQ at 1841 W. Orangethorpe Ave. earlier this week.

In her 15-second TikTok video, a staff member can be heard telling Chavez that the restaurant only accepts a minimum of “two orders” while showing her the policy in print.

While leading Chavez to the exit, the staff apologizes and encourages her, presumably, to bring a friend with her “next time.” The video ends with a photo of the customer sign-in sheet, which shows Chavez signed in as a single diner.

Chavez, who found the restaurant “#rude,” said she wound up sitting in her car and crying before giving herself a confidence check after 15 minutes.

“When the restaurant doesn’t let you dine in because you’re a party of one. And you’re told next time [to] bring a friend. Maybe I’m just hungry and emotional but I definitely cried in my car,” Chavez wrote in her TikTok post.

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Inside MacKenzie Scott's Multi-Billion Dollar Divorce from Seattle School Teacher Dan Jewett

MacKenzie Scott is one of the wealthiest women in the world — with a net worth of $27.9 billion as of Friday morning, according to Bloomberg Billionaire's Index.

On Monday, the 52-year-old filed a petition for divorce from her husband, Seattle school teacher Dan Jewett, after marrying in California last year.

Despite her wealth, their divorce will likely be "pretty standard and vanilla," according to a family law attorney David Glass, who viewed the filing, which was submitted to Washington State's King County Superior Court on Monday.

Court documents did not confirm the presence of a prenuptial agreement between Scott — who was previously married to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos — and Jewett, who did not contest the divorce, The New York Times noted in its report

However, the former couple agreed on the terms of the separation, including what becomes of the marital property, in a separation contract.

"A separation contract under Washington law is when you say to your spouse, 'We're going to get divorced and we can work out all the details ourselves. Let's write it up in an agreement and we'll just notify the court that we've figured everything out,' " says Glass, who does not represent either party. "And so that's what they did here."

Washington State law allows divorcing couples to keep a separation agreement "completely private," Glass adds, noting that in this case, Scott and Jewett appear to already have the terms of their divorce entirely settled.

"They each had their lawyers, they figured out who's keeping what real estate, who's keeping what assets. They decided that there wouldn't be any sort of spousal support, and because they don't have any children [together], they didn't have to get into the issue of custody," he adds. "And so you basically inform the court in Washington State, 'We have a separation agreement, we don't need you for anything other than to issue the divorce decree.'

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...actress, Milana it makes her a better mom  ???:

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AT&T actress Milana Vayntrub says prioritizing her husband makes her a better mom: ‘We’re better parents when our couple needs are being met’

Milana Vayntrub is giving the world a glimpse into her home life.

The actress, 35, who was introduced to many as AT&T saleswoman "Lily Adams" in the media company's advertisements, joined Rebecca Lee for the latest episode of her podcast, How The F*** Did You Bounce Back?, where she spoke about how keeping a healthy relationship with her husband makes her a better parent.

"I was honestly a little judgmental of moms before I had a kid, just because I was so ignorant," she shared with Lee. "If they’d talked about how hard it was, I would judge them for being, like, I dunno all sorts of things, like, yeah well you sound a little selfish or you sound like you’re probably doing this wrong."


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Putin Suffers Most Humiliating Ukraine Defeat Yet

Moscow celebrated the annexation of huge swathes of Eastern Ukraine Friday but President Vladimir Putin’s party was wrecked by a lightning counter-attack that may have trapped thousands of his men in a key city supposedly now part of Russia.

“This is the will of millions of people,” Putin said at a glitzy ceremony in front of high-ranking Russian diplomats still in the country. “People living in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson region and Zaporizhzhia region are becoming our compatriots forever.”

But as he gloated, Ukrainian sources claimed that the strategic city of Lyman, which has served as a Russian military hub in Donetsk, has been encircled and supply lines cut. “Lyman! The operation to encircle the Russian group is at the stage of completion,” said Ukrainian lawmaker Oleksiy Goncharenko on Friday. The claim could not be independently verified but, if confirmed, it would be one of the most serious Russian military losses of the war so far.

Pro-Kremlin forces have conceded that the Ukrainians have made major gains in the region and are close to cutting off the Russian staging post in northern Donetsk, which has been under Russian control since July. An adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky tweeted that Russian forces would have to “ask for an exit from Lyman” if they want to surrender, adding, “Only if, of course, those in the Kremlin are concerned for their soldiers.”

Top Diplomat Warns Russian ‘Army of Trojan Horsemen’ Hides Among Us

Ukraine said earlier in the week they had made deep gains in the stronghold region and were close to taking back the territory—despite Putin’s claims that the region now belonged to an enlarged Russia.

Speaking after Putin’s formally announced that four enclaves partially controlled by Russia would be subsumed into the country against all international law, Zelensky vowed to win them back.

“The entire territory of our country will be liberated from this enemy—the enemy not only of Ukraine, but also of life itself, humanity, law and truth,” he said.


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Kissinger: In a way, Russia's already lost the war
Fri, September 30, 2022 at 11:17 AM

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says that "Russia has, in a way, already lost the war" in Ukraine. He says Russia's invasion has shown its "capacity to threaten Europe with conventional attack has now been demonstrably overcome." (Sept. 30)

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General Discussion / Re: YES!!! LIARs and HYPOCRITEs should be called out!
« on: September 30, 2022, 06:11:10 PM »
Ron DeSantis changes with the wind as Hurricane Ian prompts flip-flop on aid

The Florida governor ‘put politics aside’ to ask Joe Biden for federal – unlike when he voted against help for Hurricane Sandy victims



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General Discussion / I wonder how many Hmong time participants follow the 38
« on: September 30, 2022, 02:25:07 PM »
...minute rule??  ???:

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It's called the “38-Minute Rule.” A political reporter in D.C. named Sam Brodey came up with it. He tries to show up exactly 38 minutes late to parties because that's the sweet spot. It usually means you won't be the first one there . . . but won't come in awkwardly after things are really rolling.

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Key Largo is so flooded that crocs swim in streets — and you can’t even flush the toilet?

Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article266575421.html#storylink=cpy



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I use fish sauce too but that's a secondary condiments for me so not as important when it comes to pho.

First tier:

Fried garlic, satay, siracha

Second tier:

Fish sauce, soy sauce, hoisin sauce

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No "beef" here...just pointing out "fake ass" LIARs and HYPOCRITEs and their "negative" (per the neutral PH members) behaviors and LIES..

For example:

I ALREADY STOP CLICKUON THEM

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It's a nice alternative but most of those, will not charge as quickly/efficiently as the typical charging block plugged into an outlet. You might have better experiences than I did.

I got the idea from the hotels I've stayed at and so far so good.  O0

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;D Apparently he needs it because he is on PebHmong 24/7 to monitor and respond to the likes of HmongRock at a moment's notice. He needs his power source readily available.  :idiot2:

Oh look who came crawling back to prove me right, just like his closest buddy, hmgROCK...and yes, they are very similar in terms of their "negative" behaviors...

First this cry baby went crying to the "mods and admins" and they gave him a solution and he even said, "I love the ignore feature" but looks like his foam is spewing out of control again  :idiot2: ;D:



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