The Conceptual Librarian

January 20, 2009

Travel Alert for the Land of Perverts

Filed under: Uncategorized — conceptlib @ 5:07 pm
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If you are travelling to Bangkok or Phuket make sure you never write down anything like the following just incase 10 people read it:

From King Rama to the Crown Prince, the nobility was renowned for their romantic entanglements and intrigues. The Crown Prince had many wives “major and minor “with a coterie of concubines for entertainment. One of his recent wives was exiled with her entire family, including a son they conceived together, for an undisclosed indiscretion. He subsequently remarried with another woman and fathered another child. It was rumored that if the prince fell in love with one of his minor wives and she betrayed him, she and her family would disappear with their name, familial lineage and all vestiges of their existence expunged forever.

If you do you’ll end up in the dock in chains and sent to the Bangkok Hilton to be gnawed by cockroaches for the next three years.

Even if you believe that the pen is mightier than the sword, this kind of penalty is way over the top.

Harry Nicolaides shouldn’t be begging the king for clemency, the king should publicly chastise the judicial system for being “assholes” and offer compensation.

If this doesn’t happen immediately, then at the next parliamentary sitting in Australia all parliamentarians should read out the so-called offending paragraph so it appears 226 times in Hansard.

When this doesn’t happen, the online community needs to unite and spread the word that it’s uncool to holiday in a land where you have to mind your p’s and q’s.

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