Suvarnabhumi a photographer's delight? I shutter to think
The recent news that our national airport is the most photographed place in the world does not mean tourists are enchanted with its beauty, but rather that locals are eager to snap photos of absolutely anything
We in the media world like to "beat up" stories or, as they say much better in Thai, "add an egg".
Classic case: Back in the 1980s when I was a cub reporter in Brisbane, whenever a murder was committed there were the usual three-day page-one reports about the police investigation and leads.
I remember one in particular; a bachelor pensioner (or is he a pensioner bachelor? I've been away from English-speaking countries for too long) who was bludgeoned to death in his small inner-city bedsit.
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