North Korea Not Responsible For Sony Hack

December 8, 2014 | celebrity | matt-ralston | 0 Comments

North Korea has issued a statement denying it was responsible for the hack into Sony Pictures which proved everyone hates Adam Sandler. The news came as a surprise to nobody since it’s obvious there are no computers more advanced than the Commodore 64 in North Korea. Kim Jong un and some of his foot soldier drones are pissed because Sony’s upcoming James Franco/Seth Rogen movie The Interview is a lighthearted take on assassinating him. The statement from North Korea’s state run media agency and military uniform laundry facility reads:

“We do not know where in America the Sony Pictures is situated and for what wrongdoings it became the target of the attack, nor (do) we feel the need to know about it. But what we clearly know is that the Sony Pictures is the very one which was going to produce a film abetting a terrorist act while hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of North Korea.”

If they can’t Google ‘Sony Pictures address’ I’m going to assume they aren’t super skilled at hacking. Still, some cyber experts say there is similarity between the code used to hack Sony and some other hacking incidents which have been sympathetic to North Korea. This proves my long held conspiracy theory that Communists don’t have a great sense of humor, and that Sandler, Franco, and Rogen are indeed the top three reasons the terrorists hate us. I should say, the top three valid reasons.

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