North Korea Threatens Colorado Springs

    South Korean Army soldiers patrol along a barbed-wire fence near the border village of the Panmunjom, in Paju, South Korea, Saturday, April 13, 2013. As the world watches to see what North Korea's next move will be in a high-stakes game of brinksmanship with the United States, residents of its capital aren't hunkering down in bunkers and preparing for the worst. Instead, they are out on the streets en masse getting ready for the birthday of national founder Kim Il Sung — the biggest holiday of the year. The festivities leading up to Kim's birthday come amid fears that North Korea may be planning to test launch a new missile in retaliation for what it claims are provocative war games by U.S. and South Korean troops just across the Korean border. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

    S. Korean soldiers on patrol on Saturday in Paju. (Ahn Young-joon/AP)

    The bad news: North Korea has threatened to attack another North American city, this time Colorado Springs, where the U.S. Air Force Academy resides. The good news: North Korea seems to have no idea where Colorado Springs actually is. The bellicose country has released a propaganda video showing the mountain city to be about 1,000 miles from where it actually is, putting it somewhere in Louisiana. Despite reports that the nation possibly has nuclear weapons, we don't think you should be too worried just yet.

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