HOT BLAST: We should question how both choose friends
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Former NBA star Dennis Rodman arrives at North Korea's Pyongyang airport Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman arrives at North Korea's Pyongyang airport Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
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Dennis Rodman, the former NBA star, is back in North Korea. He says he returned to visit his "friend" Kim Jong-un, North Korea's dictator.

The New York Times blog Taking Note put it well:

The best that can be said for Mr. Rodman is that he’s totally oblivious. But at least his poor judgment and poor taste give the media a chance to remind readers what’s going on in North Korea, as in this economical, rather sly sentence in Reuters: Mr. Rodman “called Kim, 30, who rules unchallenged in a country where there are an estimated 150,000-200,000 prisoners in work camps, ‘an awesome kid.’” 
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