1. Passive-Aggressive

    North Korea Tests Two Missiles

    Armed South Korean para-military police through smoke during a drill to guard the building of a state-run telecom company in southern Seoul against potential guerilla attacks on March 14, 2013. The drill comes amid high tensions, a day after North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un oversaw a live-fire artillery drill near the disputed sea border with South Korea.      AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN        (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/Getty Images)

    S. Korean para-military police during drill in Seoul on Thursday. (Kim Jae-Hwan/AFP/Getty)

    We get it, you didn’t want Dennis Rodman visiting. North Korea has test-fired a pair of missiles into its eastern waters, said a South Korean official on Saturday. It’s suspected that the test is in response to ongoing U.S.-South Korea military drills—and North Korea threatened to strike both Seoul and Washington after those drills were announced. A North Korean official insisted Saturday’s exercise was just a drill, but it came just one day after the U.S. announced plans to beef up its missile defense system on the West Coast in response to an increased threat from North Korea.

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