NEW YORK CITY - When Dennis Rodman landed in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, crowds numbering in the thousands chanted in unison, DEN-NIS! DEN-NIS! DEN-NIS!
Rodman turned to his North Korean interpreter and asked if they meant Dennis Quaid who was shooting a movie in nearby Kangso.
He was told that the cheers were all for him. Rodman who stands 6-foot-6-inches tall turned to one of the accompanying Harlem Globetrotters and said that he suddenly felt like he was 10 feet tall.
The 51-year-old former NBA leading rebounder was quickly escorted to the palace of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
While at the palace he and Un dined on imported lobster from Maine, imported Brussels sprouts from Belgium, and imported fries from France.
Rodman later told a reporter for Political Salad Bar Magazine that North Korea is a very pretty country and the people are very nice, polite, and short.
He added that it is certainly the best rogue communist nuclear power country that he has ever visited.
Dennis said he truly enjoyed his one-on-one diplomacy with Kim Jong Un, as well as their one-on-one basketball game which he won 67-2.
The NBA wild child was asked if he felt that it was wrong to be schmoozing with a leader of a country that keeps firing practice missiles all over the place.
Rodman grinned as he touched some of his facial bling bling. He winked and then softly noted, "Hey, dude, I just happen to know exactly where every single North Korean missile is hidden, so I am one very important brutha."
SIDENOTE: Dennis informed Wyatt St. Yuma with PSBM that he is going to go back to North Korea and see about buying a house and actually moving to North Korea. He divulged that he has been offered a job coaching the North Korean National Basketball Team that will be competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.