Americans rejoiced when U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were pardoned last week by the North Korean government after being detained in a prison there for nearly five months. The women look forward to sharing their experience with the public, but are first taking some time to settle back into their normal lives and enjoy being with their families once again. In the meantime, they’ve posted this video at Current, the news organization the two work for, thanking everyone for their support — the letters, postcards, candlelight vigils, websites, messages to congressmen, etc. “[They] gave us strength to endure the difficult time we spent in North Korea.” When they’re ready to share it, I’m sure their story will be fascinating.
|Does Liking Lesbian Porn Make Me a Lesbian? Ask A Slut! – College Candy|
|Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Norman Reedus In Too-Good-To-Be-True Casting Rumors – The Mary Sue|
|12 Elegant Brides Who Showed Off Tattoos on the Big Day – The Stir|
|Jenna Jameson Goes Back To Porn For Her Kids – The Blemish|
|8 Secrets Real Women Hide From Their Men – Your Tango|
|10 White Elephant Gifts For a Naughty XXX-Mas – TresSugar|