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I admit I stole this idea from NEBrigand in the BD Ink thread, but it's worth it.

THIS link describes how South Korea has been blasting news and Korean K-Pop music across the border at North Korea, and promises to stop if the North doesn't declare war.

"The 48 loudspeakers have been blaring broadcasts for two weeks — and could be heard from about 12 miles away. The radio hosts mocked Kim Jong-un (“No foreign country will welcome Kim Jong-un, because he is a dictator."

Funny in itself but I wonder:

Which drum corps show would you blast across the border at the N. Korean people and government?

Any year, any show but do tell why and what message you'd like the show to say to the N. Korean people.

I'll start with the obvious: I'd play BD's INK show on a constant loop and, for once in my life, yell "Turn Up The Amps!"

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If we could project video, the first one that comes to mind is Boston's "Core of Temptation" Show - we'd have them lining up to come to the other side...

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Colts 2014. That unending yacking could annoy anyone to death.

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I admit I stole this idea from NEBrigand in the BD Ink thread, but it's worth it.

THIS link describes how South Korea has been blasting news and Korean K-Pop music across the border at North Korea, and promises to stop if the North doesn't declare war.

"The 48 loudspeakers have been blaring broadcasts for two weeks — and could be heard from about 12 miles away. The radio hosts mocked Kim Jong-un (“No foreign country will welcome Kim Jong-un, because he is a dictator."

Funny in itself but I wonder:

Which drum corps show would you blast across the border at the N. Korean people and government?

Any year, any show but do tell why and what message you'd like the show to say to the N. Korean people.

I'll start with the obvious: I'd play BD's INK show on a constant loop and, for once in my life, yell "Turn Up The Amps!"

For border blasting, Phantom 96. IDK ... seems appropriate. Those people need some sort of joy in their lives.

Loosely related below: a fantastic article on the smuggling of illegal media across the border. Maybe we should get a bunch of drum corps shows on thumb drives and give it to these folks?

http://www.wired.com/2015/03/north-korea/

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Crossmen 2013.

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Crossmen 2013.

Ouch. I hated that show too.

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for some reason I thought it said breasts

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If we could broadcast with video I'd vote '92 VK

*edit* because nothing infuriates a despot more than laughter, and the symbolism of the breaking chains and "Come on Over" is too juicy to pass up

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