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June 23, 2017

WE'LL PAY, THANKS

This Is How You Earn A Free Shot At A Bar in Thailand

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(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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You've got to hand it to them...

This is why the people of Laos are reluctant to cross the border instead staying home in their cinder block homes to drink.

Blog clue helper: The country of Laos borders Thailand. The Laotians build homes with cinder blocks because wood is too expensive. The people of Laos speak Thai, but the language closely resembles listening to Criminal Class People, who opened for The James Gang. Note, Laotians are deathly afraid of drills. They use crude hand forged hammers and generally have no electricity. Nails can be had at a premium. Laos is a lot like S. Florida.

I think I have been to that bar. Looks like a place near Tok Li.

Laos was interesting. One of the countries with a hammer and sickle on their currency. Kind of an oxymoron. I do remember all the women lined up at the airport terminal at the Vientiane airport offering to marry ANYONE as long as they would take them away from Laos.

Cambodia was a lot less fun.

World travel does open one's eyes.

I love this game.

--Three Finger Louie, Pathetic Alcoholic

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