North Korean prison camps now being inundated with smart-ass reviews on Google Maps.

North Korean prison camps now being inundated with smart-ass reviews on Google Maps.
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True, but they have a great program to encourage return visitors.

Tired of it just being a blank white space, Google added North Korea to their Google Maps service and invited "citizen cartographers" to look at satellite images and help map the hermit kingdom. Of course, since this is the Internet, people started reviewing gulags like they were hotels on Tripadvisor, and we couldn't be happier. Satellite images mean that the North is exposed for all to see, label, and attach snarky reviews to prison camps where thousands die every year. The Internet! Working together to bury tragedy with laughter.
 

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Chongjin is more of a Sandals couples-only gulag. Not for the kids.
 

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Maybe the US & N.Korea should do an exchange program to thin/fatten each other.
 

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Sure, the US has toll booths and airport security, but does anyone really "check" anymore?

 

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Private Park's palms are pleasantly pliable, patiently patting your parts for pistols.

 

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Kim Jong Il's passing is referred to as "The Day The Gulags Died" and also every day.

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