Kim Jong Un, with an assist from pal Dennis Rodman, to Obama: Call me? Maybe?

Dennis Rodman was an NBA rebounding machine but otherwise has lived his strange life as the poster child for a human being turned train wreck.

This dude simply oozes insanity. When he goes into a massage parlor, he asks to be blotted. Rodman is as near to normal as say Kim Jong Un.

No wonder the two crazies have become implausible and wacky best buds, with Rodman just back from his improbable and surreal visit to North Korea.

Rodman called Kim “awesome” even though millions are starving in North Korea and human rights are a decidedly foreign concept.

Apparently Rodman has hidden – if rather clueless — ambassadorial skills that somehow remain buried under his bizarre lifestyle until now.

Dennis the Menace, who hung out, drank and ate with the diminutive basketball junkie/groupie Kim while on a visit with the Harlem Globetrotters, said the nutball dictator, despite recent nuclear tests, doesn’t want war with the U.S.

He just wants President Obama to call him and possibly talk about their shared passion – hoops.

I guess Kim was just indulging in some playful nuclear saber rattling to get Obama’s attention.

Perhaps they should include the loquacious and bombastic Charles Barkley on a conference call.

By the time those three are done talking, North Korea could wind up being the 51st state, which should hiss off Puerto Rico, and David Stern, the only guy on the planet shorter than Kim, could award Pyongyang an NBA franchise and let Rodman coach the team.


3 thoughts on “Kim Jong Un, with an assist from pal Dennis Rodman, to Obama: Call me? Maybe?

  1. No word on The Worm 🙂

  2. Murray says:

    This one left me laughing, Zeke. Especially the David Stern comment. You could have a second career as a humorist if you wanted.

  3. More laughs than sales 🙂

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