The end of girls, guns, and drugs?

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newkidontheblock
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The end of girls, guns, and drugs?

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The eternal traveller to the KOW just noticed something missing. The ubiquitous signs that every tuk tuk carried, the picture signs of the various tours - Wat Phnom, Shooting Range, Hostess Bars, none of them had them. Not taped to the roof, not on the seats, nowhere to be found. Plus no furtive offers, either.

Is this the end of an era?
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Re: The end of girls, guns, and drugs?

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newkidontheblock wrote: Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:04 pm The eternal traveller to the KOW just noticed something missing. The ubiquitous signs that every tuk tuk carried, the picture signs of the various tours - Wat Phnom, Shooting Range, Hostess Bars, none of them had them. Not taped to the roof, not on the seats, nowhere to be found. Plus no furtive offers, either.

Is this the end of an era?
The advertising maybe - it's far more lucrative to advertise land and condos.
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