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Bangkok's Ice Man Cometh

Category: , Posted:11 Oct 2009 | 15:49 pm

First we've seen the President of the island nation The Maldives plead to the UN about the forthcoming submerging of his entire country back of global warming. Next up comes a visit to climate change soothsayer www.bangkoksnowremoval.com. Containing comments such as 'What if it did snow in Bangkok?”, and a series of 'what if' artwork capturing the nations capital in all it's snowy splendor. Despite being a novelty site, we just might file this one under the caption of 'you just never know.'

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Condo Hotels and TPO’s Hitting Bangkok

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The Hotel Business Plan – Why It Must Die (and soon)

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