Korea Has the Best-Dressed Protestors with the Prettiest Signs
All images: AP
So I guess there's totally something up in Korea, because I saw all these protestors on TV. I didn't really pay attention to what they were demonstrating about, though, because I kept getting distracted by their beautiful modernistic signs and their snappy protest outfits. They wear ties! They're clean! And then I got sad because I started thinking about our dumpy ol' protestors with their ugly Sharpie-scrawled signs, like that dowdy mother lady and all those Greenpeace interns, and, who knows, maybe even sign-wavers sporting "miniskirts, stiletto heels, low-cut spandex tops" and, God forbid, flip-flops like the Washington Times tried to warn us about the other day.
Let's take a cue from our Korean friends and tighten-up a little, shall we? More good-looking signs and the people who wave (and burn) them after the jump.
This guy, I swear, is all, like, Ralph Lauren for non-nuclear proliferation:
Uh, oh... be careful with that torch:
Whoopsie! You burned up the short, four-eyes guy!
I wonder what those people have against Texaco? I'm confused.
I don't think I understand all of these. What does "Right Korea" mean?
We have so much to learn from them.