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  1. KingSejong (@KingSejong)
    KingSejong (@KingSejong) March 20, 2013 at 12:05 pm .

    The Case of Park Chorong-Chorong-Bitnari, and the Anthropomorphization of Humans: http://t.co/fzSYckMfD4

  2. Anne
    Anne March 21, 2013 at 11:50 pm . Reply

    Truly horrifying stuff. I go quite literally blind with rage whenever I hear about cases like this, and especially when child molestation is involved. “도가니” (“Silenced”) was especially hard for me to watch for this reason.

    For some reason, I am reminded of an episode my mother often recounts, about a frog dissection she performed when she was in middle school. She slit open the stomach to find smaller frogs inside. The class was horrified to find they had come across an animal that had cannibalized its own “babies”, not remembering that a) recognizing and taking care of offspring is only really a thing for some reptiles and mammals and birds and b) “baby frogs” are actually tadpoles, so these were probably a different species entirely.

    I remember she said that all the other frogs got a burial, but the “cannibal mother” frog got thrown out onto the freeway to get squashed, a sort of punishment I guess.

  3. Anne
    Anne March 22, 2013 at 12:21 am . Reply

    Just a heads up, none of the recent comments are showing up for at least one of your readers, not even in the “Recent Comments” sidebar.

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