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Coconut milk exports off, blame the monkeys

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10 hours ago, anterian said:

Do the monkeys get a decent wage, holidays and a pension?

Probably about as good as a human equivalent would get!

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

But the government has stayed silent.

Well, I have never heard a monkey speak..

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

part of the culture.

Just like corruption..

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Industry representatives tried to explain to their trade partners in the West that sending monkeys up the tree to get the nuts is a tradition in the Thai South and part of the culture.

Just like burning everything in sight, doing 80km in the passing lane, trash on the side of the road, smoke, noise and to carry a samurai sword in the back seat. 

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Just now, mickey rat said:

Just like burning everything in sight, doing 80km in the passing lane, trash on the side of the road, smoke, noise and to carry a samurai sword in the back seat. 

but the monkeys didn't any do those...    sc ape goat

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All the animals the EU eats every year; they make an issue of monkeys climbing trees to harvest coconuts. I bet the EU still uses horse & oxen to plow fields.

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There's going to be a lot of fat monkeys laying about down South

with nothing to do,they must have a special dept. in the EU,just

thinking up stupid ideas,and they think of a lot.

regards worgeordie

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