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Korvo One commented on The Z.'s answer
I agree. In some countries, people come to an all inclusive resort, and spend all their time there, and see nothing of the country. It is so different to walk down a street and have someone point out that this side was built in the 1700's and that side was built in the 1600's, and … Read more
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Korvo One commented
I don't think so, as the power supply that changes the utility voltage/current AC to DC, will have a limited output.. thus some of the output will go to the air conditioner/heater. You could heat the car up (or cool it) before you left, thus insuring the batteries were fully charged, but the inside would … Read more
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Korvo One answered Ray Dart's question

A friend bought one. He was told 120 Km per charge (about 70 miles). He drove it to work and got half-way home when the battery died. (cost him for tow truck to tow him home no battery boost or can of gas could help) The salesman didn't know that the heater in the car … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Ancient One's answer

To put it bluntly you have two kids on the playground each claiming the other is the guilty party. Unfortunately if North Korea actually does something or the US decides to have a pre-emptive strike, in the end the carnage, in my opinion, will will surmount that of WWI and WWII combined. The death of … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Levi F.'s answer

North Korea is unpredictable and erratic. Our president is unpredictable and erratic. It's not a good set of leadership right now if we want to avoid war. I hope it doesn't come to that, but at the same time, North Korea needs a "regime change" more than many of the other nations we've forced a … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Gator Blu's answer

I think it is being ruled by a child that never learned to think about anyone but himself. Unfortunately, we are in the same boat. The upside to our government, it our president can be removed. Not easily so, but it can be done. The only way to remove North Korea's leader is by death. … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Yin and Yang's answer

Okay I am gonna say it.... I personally think it is about time we had a president with the balls to stick up for this country and not lay down like a scared little puppy "scratch my belly bull crap" like the presidents in the past. I feel safer now then I did with the … Read more

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Korvo One thanked The Z.'s answer

Kim Jong Un has been rattling his sabre for years. He believes his nuclear program gives his regime legitimacy in the world, he wants to flex like the big boys, so he spouts off at the biggest bully on the block. Meanwhile the vast majority of his subjects languish in ignorance, poverty and starvation. All … Read more

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Korvo One thanked Walt O'Reagun's answer

NK borders both Russia and China.

I highly doubt either of them are not aware of every little move NK makes with its missiles. 

The first sign NK will launch anything other than a test ... Either or both Russia and China will stop it with a military strike.  For no other reason than India and … Read more

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Korvo One answered Tiger Two's question

I think China may take care of things and force a regime change in North Korea. They have warned him, and I don't think China will put up with Un starting a possible nuclear war, when the fall out from any strikes will be carried to China..

I also hope the USA will have the … Read more