April 1st 2011
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Pattaya News Flash April 1st 2011 - The Source
From a City where Everybody likes to have Fun!
NightWalker recommends Phatthaya
Pattaya's Mayor says:
I have enough!
It's in the Genes!
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya discovered a seldom disease!
Pattaya Scientists at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya (BHP) discovered that most of Pattaya's drivers face a seldom disease: As soon as they have to drive a vehicle, the drivers get colour-blind on round-shaped colors. They can't distinguish red from green or yellow anymore, Dr. Iain Corness from BHP explains.
What you (probably) will see.
We started the research when one of our doctors had to pay a fine for allegedly crossing the street by red. The doctor always asserted that he never could see a light on that particular junction. And we had to believe him. He was known as the only person in our hospital telling the true to everybody, Dr. Iain Corness said.
What PTS-Patients see (PTS: Pattaya Traffic Syndrom).
We started the reseach last year, the doctor said, but we failed first to find an explanation. One day , during a meeting, we discussed the facts and just wanted to close 'the book', when one of the attending nurses said: It's in the genes. We ask her, why she thinks that's in the genes. I don't know it, but in our department we have a patient, a well known photographer from Belgium. He believes that all failures in human's behaviour are the result of faulty genes, the nurse said. If nobody takes responsibilty, we use his words for everything that goes wrong in our department, the nurse added.
Be warned: According to the Scientists at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya the Pattaya Traffic Syndrom can be easily transmitted by physical contacts. Health experts all over the world fear the possible outbreak of a pandemic. The World Health Organization already issued a warning: In a worst-case scenario millions of people can be affected across the world with the Pattaya Traffic Syndrom. We strongly recommend not to spend your holidays in Pattaya, the WHO said in today's telephone news conference. There is no cure available, not even from Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, but we are monitoring the infection rates, WHO director general Dr Margaret Chan said.
Police said the discovery of the Pattaya Traffic Syndrom is a pitty.
We can't fine people with an obvious defect in their genes. In the future we have to fine Farang traffic offenders only, a spokesperson from Soi 9 explained the current situation, at least as long they can't produce an official PTS certificate from Bangkok Hospital Pattaya.
NightWalker loves Pattaya and its Ladies, real Café, Coca-Cola, Canon, the WEB and his Motorcycle as well as April 1st, 2011.
You can't outperform him!
Narak Coffee House
Climax A Go-Go
Shark Club A Go-Go
Titty Twister 2 Bar
Polo Striptis on Stage
999 Steak Carrefour
Bar Plaza Soi Buakhaow
Corner Bar Soi Buakhaow The Empress LK Hotel
HotTuna Pool Club
Sakura 69 Club A Go-Go
Spicchio Pizza Carrefour
Bali Hai Park
Tony's Snack Bar
Pattaya Music Festival
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A Farang a day keeps the bailiffs away.
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Never forget: Your Ancestor was a Monkey.
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