The pure entertainment value of weirdo basketball player Dennis Rodman visiting North Korea was priceless. Now, "The Worm," as Dennis Rodman was called during his NBA playing days, is back in the USofA telling anybody who will listen (mostly liberals, by the way) that Kim Jong Un’s a really great guy and Obama ought to give him call.
You know what’s scary? We have a president who just might do it.
But aside from that, do you wonder what visits by other American sports stars to North Korea might be like?
Associated Press sports columnist Tim Dahlberg did. He thinks if Tiger Woods visited it might go like this:
"I couldn’t wait until the moment my Gulfstream 5 touched down in Pyongyang. The Kimster was waiting, of course, and we quickly changed into golf shoes and headed to the Dear Leader Country Club and Uranium Enrichment Facility. I couldn’t believe how this guy played, and this was without any lessons at all. Pure natural ability like I’ve never seen before, even in myself. Birdied every hole for a 54, and never missed a putt. The most incredible thing was his caddie said he shoots it every time! And wait until you see his collection of green Mao jackets. Stunning. Man, I wish the U.S. and North Korea would establish diplomatic relations. Imagine the Kimster at Augusta, winning the green jacket every year. I’m sure the people running the place would love it, just like they did when I first won there."
You can catch Dahlberg’s full column here. Hilarious.