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Police again extorting foreigners that dont carry passport

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Just now, atyclb said:

 asking if i am black is a fair question since blacks are being targeted nearby nana

Yes...I agree...but it might have sounded a bit better had he said "are you black  ?"

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29 minutes ago, connda said:

Congratulations on caving in to corruption.  That will put a stop to it, 'eh?

 

 

completely agree with you

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28 minutes ago, tonray said:

Yes...I agree...but it might have sounded a bit better had he said "are you black  ?"

You mean "excuse me for asking but are you a person of colour? and when I say colour I mean no offence to any minorities, sexual or racial"     nice PC version for you

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3 minutes ago, Thai Ron said:

A copy of the first page and visa/entry stamp is more than sufficient.

I would have refused to pay a fine - as i have in the past.

Be polite but firm - they would've backed down

 

this happened to me 3 times before, twice on asoke and once near kaosan road and they backed down seeing passport copy and id from prominent university. that was before the army took over and they likely figured not waste time with me and look for an easier fish to fry. currently they are hurting due to the army

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1 hour ago, Thian said:

In Nana they did this to the negro's...so my question is: Are you a negro or African?

 

Not only from a different century with an antiquated term, erroneous as well with your question... 

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Negro |ˈnēgrōdated, often offensive

noun (pl. Negroesmember of a dark-skinned group of peoples originally native to Africa south of the Sahara.

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8 minutes ago, atyclb said:

you may want to lecture to the black rappers that constantly use the very derogatory N word

You may want to tone down your practice of deflection.

 

8 minutes ago, atyclb said:

likely the majority of countries in the world are not required to study / keep up with PC of some countries latest dictionary definitions

 

Likely, the majority of educated people in the world, are not overly concerned with simplistic, marginalizing labels and buzz terms...

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