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> They would like to close down YouTube
Posted by Fritz Pinguin on November 20, 2009 18:50
It's blame the victim and not deal with the problem again. How can Phuket be a world class tourism location when tourist are ripped off by jet ski operators, tuk-tuk mafia, corrupt police, and two tier pricing system. Wake up Phuket. The world is in recession and people will think twice coming here if they feel they are going to get ripped off. Youtube is not the problem!!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on November 21, 2009 00:34
Have to agree with fritz why shoot the messenger if it wasn't for big trouble jj would still be scamming tourists, along with all the others. I have asked editor wht has jj not been punished yet and why do we not get information as to what is happening about him. typical thai way just keep shtum and blame everyone else.
Posted by william dale on November 21, 2009 00:41
Who gives a tosser about who did right, who did wrong here? I had eight friends coming here for Christmas and now they say stuff Thailand, it is a scam country and they are now promoting elsewhere destinations, not Thailand.
Posted by Mouse on November 21, 2009 16:07
Cut the cr@/), actions in motion speak louder than words. Thai tourism is almost dead. Sorry but true.
Posted by Pinky on November 21, 2009 16:13
I'm surprise of the surprised comment. This is the way the orient deal with the problems since ever. It really doesn't matter who scam who and so on, the real problem is youtube. The only thing it's important is, don't lose the face.
Posted by Malpelo on November 22, 2009 17:31
JJ, a good command of English ? Please do not insult the English language!
Posted by elizabeth on November 23, 2009 11:08
A couple of weeks ago, the three newspapers in Phuket reported that there would be a jetski good-will giveaway last Thursday, in which all jetskis would congregate on Patong's beach and, for one day, give free rides.
Posted by Miffed on December 2, 2009 22:07
I suspect there has probably been confusion over two phrases, a ''free-for-all'' - which is what the jet-skis are every day - and ''freeloader'' . . . which is apt for people who expect something for nothing.
Posted by Angelfire on December 3, 2009 09:42
I'm leaving phuket tomorrow after six years.
Posted by jim on December 14, 2009 17:02
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