Dr. Death whilst on a trip to Iceland was chastised by a Thai restauranteur for being 1 of the unelected 250 senators who blocked the will of the Thai population.
Good for him.
I sincerely hope if any of the 250 unelected crap travel abroad, they get the same greeting from Thais living there.
The bit that warms my heart, is that these self appointed tossers can do FA about it.
Glasgow used to have a massive problem with knife crime until the Scottish government decided to do something about it.
Other cities should try the same thing.
I don't like Cambodia as much as Thailand, I've seen no water taxis, as there are in Bangkok, no buses except intercitt, and few trains. Fewer convenience stores. Nothing to do that you can't do in Thailand, which is a lot more boring than it used to be.
On the plus side are the everyday remorques, which feel luxurious when you put your feet up, and the cycle rickshaws of Phnom Penh, which carry the occupant reclined, and is therefore good for the human back.
The remorques often have canvas fairings when in the rain, it's like sitting in a tent in the rain, but it's moving when you sit with your feet up, on a comfy seat. They're also better for when you carry luggage, better than a taxi cab, even. These are something Thailand should imitate, other countries as well.