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Failure of the taepodong begs the question if Korean engineers have the technical viagra needed to guarantee a successful launch next time.

Or will they opt for cialis, to let them work to their own, uh, schedule?


At least at the current rate of their research program, we won't have to wait for another launch for eight years.

I find it interesting that the launch apparently occured at a different site than the one the West has been watching.

See, nothing happening, nothing happening...What? What do you mean 'turn around'?

It would be interesting to see if the Americans (or any other missle capable nation) park themselves just outside the international boarders of North Korea and just shoot down every missle coming out of their air space. Just an idea.

As for the Americans holding a steak-out (of course they were barbecuing steak while watching) of the suspected launch-site and missing the actual location, this is not surprising as their intelligence communities are not very good at looking in the right direction.

Well, as Fred Kaplan points out, North Korean engineers may not be in need of viagra or cialis - more likely painkillers.

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