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That Explains It  | e-mail post

As a follow-up to my previous posts on the North Korean explosion and the possiblity that it was related to a hydroeclectric project, it appears Andy Borowitz has the real answer: it was the fireworks at a Cher concert.
Communicating to the world via his widely read weblog, www.kimjongilspeaks.com, the North Korean strongman said that the massive explosion was a pyrotechnic display timed to punctuate Cher’s grand finale, a performance of her smash hit "Believe."

"Anyone who has seen Cher in concert knows that she puts on an awesome show," Kim writes in his blog. "A two-mile-wide mushroom cloud is totally consistent with that."
Well, I certainly feel better about the whole thing now.

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