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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 12:39

utalkin2me

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  1. I would be willing to bet quite a bit of money that folks who have problems coming in on visa exempt entries are dressed like idiots, acting like idiots, look like idiots, smell like homeless, or a combination of all of the above. I do not think it is too difficult to get by immigration if you are semi human. Hell, cops in my own country judge and make decisions based on appearances and behavior, so I am not sure why it is out of line when Thai immigration officers do it as well. You are, after all, dealing with an entirely different culture, so when things go awry it is to be expected... but when it is not even out of the ordinary, that is govt officials in your own countries act the same way, then I have no sympathy whatsoever.
  2. Thailand can do what they want of course. I personally draw a distinction between folks being escorted into a condo unit by one of its owners, "these people will be staying with us for a couple weeks" type dialogue, and then property management employees doing that same thing. If I escort someone into my condo, then I feel like that should be fair play as it is my property and I am right there in front of management and security giving them permission. I see the disctinction anyway.
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