Secret agent Robinson

From the Manchester Times (that’s Manchester, TN, people):

Phillip Robinson … is studying the Korean language in accordance with the Marine Corps Foreign Language Program, which creates proficient linguists for the support of tactical and strategic missions worldwide.

I’m sure Mr Robinson will do very well, but I still wonder whether they’ll be able to disguise him well enough to fool Don King Kim Jong Il’s thugs. Check the photo.

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