"In recent months, Kim Jong Un was tied to the disastrous effort to revalue the North Korean currency, RAND's Bruce Bennett, an Asia analyst who has worked with the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as South Korean and Japanese militaries."
Trouble was inevitable, everyone knows that a Bruce-based currency is inherently unstable.
Maybe you don't know his name. Maybe you're thinking "With a name like that, surely he was a minor character in Harry Potter?" But there can hardly be a single person on these forums who hasn't been made happy by his work. He was the guy who played the saxophone on Baker Street.
With the situation growing more tense by the second, Mr. Doar, 6 feet 2 inches and still as solid as the school athlete he had been, walked into the 50-yard space separating the two groups and addressed the marchers. Bricks and bottles crashed around his feet. One man stood behind him brandishing a tire iron.
“My name is John Doar — D-O-A-R,” he shouted to the crowd. “I’m from the Justice Department, and anybody here knows what I stand for is right.”
With balls of steel and unimpeachable integrity, he fought for justice and changed the world for the better.