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ok fellow workers I've noticed there is an improper disregard for both "The Great Leader" and "The Dear Leader". praise bioth for now on, or else you'll be sleeping in the unfinished windowless hotel in Pyongyang.
The shy North Koreans were characteristically slow to respond to Dayton's overtures until an offer was made to invite a delegation of North Korean dignitaries to visit and tour Dayton. A promise to include a tour of Wright Patterson Air Force Base seemed to cinch the deal. The Great Leader Kim Il Sung personally telephoned Mayor McGee to accept the invitation.
This proved to be the first of many visits by the endlessly fascinated North Koreans who were especially interested in touring Wright Patterson. The student exchange program proved popular with very eager students of nuclear physics who flocked to Wright State University. Sadly, no Dayton student has lasted more than 3 weeks as a student at Great Leader University in Pyongyang. It's a shame that our young people are so weak-willed.