The next day, the Associated Press distributed a photo which looked incredibly similar to the one above. Only the one that the AP had was missing one of the missiles. Oh, really? Really.
You know, if I'm in charge of a sand country and I'm trying to make the world think that my country is capable of launching a bunch of missiles and I'm going to try and hide the fact that at least one of the missiles failed to launch, I'm going to erase the missile from the picture completely! Either that or I'm going to make sure that my minions or my endentured servants or whatever they are know how to use freaking Photoshop so that I don't end up looking like a sneaky, weaselly, moron! But that's just me. Obviously.
Seriously, what a dumbass thing to do. That right there shows the immensity of Dinner Jacket's ego. Look, if you have four missiles and three of them fire and one of them don't, then you have 75% percent of your missiles firing. If that was a pie and someone gave you 75% of it, you'd have a lot of pie! (Mmmmm....pie.) There doesn't seem like a lot of shame in 75% of your missiles (which may or may not be able to be loaded with nuclear warheads to destroy neighboring countries) firing and 25% of your missiles not firing. Especially when there's only four (in the picture). But for ol' Dinner Jacket over there, he had to have everything "perfect". A little "too" perfect, eh, Dinner Jacket?