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BANGKOK 17 February 2019 14:45
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Pigeon death creates a bizarre finale to Prayut’s talk on superstition

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“We are people of Thailand 4.0. These things happened by natural causes. Yet, we also don’t look down on those superstitious incidents,” the premier said.

 

 

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45 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

“We are people of Thailand 4.0. These things happened by natural causes. Yet, we also don’t look down on those superstitious incidents,” the premier said.

 

 

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Navel gazing.

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4 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

I fear for the safety of his pet frog.....................

reddit, reddit, reddit.

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These crows must have really been wanting to make a point!

 

 - as normally these creatures are carrion eaters!!

 

 

I guess this underlying meaning is that he is 'dead meat'

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17 hours ago, BKK1969 said:

Recently erected signs all over Lumpini Park exhorting us “DO NOT FEED THE PIGEON” but there’s damn thousands of ‘em.

Need gets some hawks. They will care of the flying rats in no time.

 

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20 hours ago, saakura said:

Internationally, the pigeon or dove is a respected symbol of peace. Killing of a white pigeon by a pair of crows is a very omnious sign for these generals who are steeped in superstition. I suspect lots of them are going to have a bad night tonight.

 

Doves a symbol of peace. But the flying rats that are pigeons? Only in your imagination perhaps. How many times have your seen or head about pigeons being released for peace! Bloody vermin.

 

Crows are nasty pieces of work and a white bird would attract their attention.

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