Lock Down in North Korea
Let’s say you like to get up in the highest and most dangerous spots for your pieces. Well if you ever thought about North Korea, you might want to think twice. Gawker put up a story about Anti-Kim Jong Il graffiti in Pyongyang on a wall of the Railroad College. After discovering the stencils which call Kim Jong Il “a dictator who starved people to death,” the government locked down the city and set up checkpoints. The investigation has been narrowed to the Railroad College students and the movement of people between Cities has been limited to keep rumors down. Sounds like the words out.