Friday, October 20, 2006

Day in Photos: Fall 2006


Condoleezza Rice, reacting to news that South Korea has no intention of doing jack shit in response to the North Korean nuclear weapon test.

Condoleezza Rice and Noh Mu-hyun share some casual conversation. Here, Rice is telling the Korean President that no, she hasn't had a chance to hear any Korean rap or hip-hop yet, and neither has she ever been told that she looks like Whoopi Goldberg or the 'skinny one' from the Bubble Sisters.


President Noh Moo-hyun, right, talks with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso about the North Korean nuclear crisis. Noh is seen talking about the importance of continuing to send money to North Korea to keep the lines of dialogue open, while Aso wonders if he has ever seen a bigger moron in all of his life.

Chung Mong-koo, left, chairman
of Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group, cheers with Sonny Perdue, governor of
Georgia, in Atlanta, Ga., Friday, ahead of a groundbreaking ceremony
for Kia Motors’ all-new U.S. plant in West Point, Georgia.

With Hyundai continuing it's Kumsan money funneling project to North Korea, consumers can feel good knowing that with every Hyundai purchased, Kim Jong-il's despotic regime is that much more resistant to sanctions. Keep buying Korean products America! Support our allies!

Does Ban Ki-moon have what it takes to be the next incompetent and irrelevant leader of the defunct UN? Our website research team says yes! Already billions of people from around the world could care less what he has to say about world issues such as nuclear weapon proliferation, looming civil war in Iraq, and poor refereeing in the Swiss-Korean 2006 World Cup match.


Michelle Wie is among the 20 highest earning athletes in the world, which is pretty good for someone who has never actually achieved anything (maybe she should start hanging out with Paris Hilton?). Must be her Asian ideal B cup boobs.


Hordes of young Korean lesbian lovers take to the mountains to enjoy the fall scenery.

And there's certainly nothing wrong with that.

Comments on original blog entry



Posted by: Nomad | October 20, 2006 at 10:05 PM


At least Michelle Wie at 16 y.o. got a few years to go from B to C.

You're pennis is still at a pubarescent stage.

Posted by: partypooper's gay friend | October 21, 2006 at 01:48 AM

Funny thing about Chung Mong-koo, chairman of Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group,is that the fucker is out on bail right now. THAT'S RIGHT!

Only in Korea, the land of "the economy is everything".

Posted by: Seth Gecko | October 21, 2006 at 02:35 AM

I have been trying to get Rice to run for president ever since I read a news report that said when she came to Korea in early 2003, she busted the South Korean government's balls in a manner that was spot on how they should have been busted:

It was reported that the SK team was explaining about the huge anti-US orgy that had been going on for months and that was widing down. They said if the US in Korea had only done this or that or this and that and so on, the orgy would have been much smaller. The USFK and Embassy guys tried to explain they had, in fact, done each of those things, but this was dismissed, as usual, as not having been done "in the right way" or with the proper "sincerity."

Anyway, Rice is reported to have cut to the chase-

She asked the Korean team if they knew the names of the two girls who were killed by the armored vehicle. "Of course" they said they did.

Then she is said to have asked them if they knew the names of any of the South Korean sailors who were killed in the West Sea Clash that happened a few short weeks before the tank accident....

The conversation came to an end on the subject of why the anti-US orgy grew into what it did.....

I would LOVE to have a video of that conversation!!!

Posted by: usinkorea | October 21, 2006 at 10:37 AM

'gay friend': For the record, I did not mean to imply that there was anything wrong with B cup size. We here at the Partypooper encourage and appreciate diversity. As for your other sentence, it wasn't particularly comprehensible. Perhaps you should refrain from attempting to use words beyond 1 syllable for a while (or at least learn how to use a dictionary). Work on 'you're' grammar more as well.

USinKorea: I thought Rumsfield was the man who nailed the 'Woori' crew with those lines. Could be wrong though. Anyway, I wonder if it was reported in the Korean newspapers.

Posted by: partypooper | October 21, 2006 at 06:05 PM

The entire Uridang, a party consisting of North Korean sleeper agents, political hacks, assholes and retards needs to be voted out of power and replaced by a either the Hanaradang or the Minjunodongdang.

Roh is a moron, but nowhere on the level of Taiwan Province's Chen Shuibian...

Posted by: Mark Milton | October 21, 2006 at 09:52 PM

The entire Uridang, a party consisting of North Korean sleeper agents, political hacks, assholes and retards needs to be voted out of power and replaced by a either the Hanaradang or the Minjunodongdang.

Roh is a moron, but nowhere on the level of Taiwan Province's Chen Shuibian...

Posted by: Mark Milton | October 21, 2006 at 09:56 PM

Party Pooper, I think you're gay friend was slamming your athletic ability. I think he meant "Your tennis is still at a putrescent stage!"

Posted by: Jenn | October 22, 2006 at 02:55 AM

i admire your work double-P, but your characterization of wie isn't fair and balanced like we all aspire to be, but only fox news achieves.

the fact that she hasn't won an lpga tournament yet doesn't mean she hasn't accomplished anything. far from it. take a look at her wiki page, but the fact that she has six top-5 finishes (three this year) in lpga majors in the last 4 years, and is currently ranked 10th in the world rankings while playing in only a third of the events that others play says a lot about her accomplishments thus far.

who knows if she'll reach tiger-like domination status, but it's a given that she'll start winning tournaments, and soon. a golfer doesn't consistently pull top-5's without eventually putting it together and getting the breaks to win one.

let me suggest that you've fallen into the korean "gold medal equals success and silver equals failure" mentality, and that's not a crowd you'd like to be associated with.

Posted by: iheartblueballs | October 25, 2006 at 09:26 PM

Wie looks like a dude.

Posted by: hardyandtiny | October 28, 2006 at 11:02 AM

party pooper
party poopo

Oh joyous penis

Posted by: rint | November 04, 2006 at 08:49 PM


Posted by: partypooper | November 05, 2006 at 01:44 PM

Nice retort. But that's not the reason I stopped by - this was posted on 20 Oct and today is 8 Nov. See where I'm headed with this?

Posted by: Nomad | November 07, 2006 at 10:38 PM

Yeah, I'm with Nomad.

Posted by: Jenn | November 11, 2006 at 05:02 AM

Ugh - who said Lesbian?

Posted by: Leone | November 22, 2006 at 05:52 PM first of all you think two korean girls holding hands is les??? Then you have seriuos issues. (Or I'm I just a humorless dork who is making too much out of this? Really hard for me to say.) If you are best friends with someone you treat them like your sister, so basically your saying that when you were little and if you had a brother or sister and held hands with him or her you were gay. (Ok, you're clearly not saying that, sorry for the real stupid analogy). NIce...You really made a great statement. And also what's up with talking shit bout michelle wie? I mean you must be really into korean girls if you search on the interenet just to find which boob size she has. Or is that just another silly joke that dumb people take out of proportion? Hmmm...maybe I shouldn't have skipped my Zoloft today.

Posted by: mary-elle | January 13, 2007 at 06:06 PM

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