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Dont ride the bus in India

 
Andy Ceponis
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Or else you might find this.
 
Anonymous
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I think these are the ones who lost their jobs in the US job market crash
 
Akram Reja
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Simple Tom,
Are you from India?
 
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Is that the reason why tourists ride Elephants and Camels in India....
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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Please note
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tourists ride Elephants and Camels in India....
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well its their choice isnt it ???
 
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Hey Vivek,
Wonder if my post implied that tourists are tied on to elephant and camel backs. This is meaningless drivel and posts most often are meant to tickle your ribs.C'mon guy get a grip.
-EB.
 
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No Eager, Vivek has raised a very serious issue. I think Stevie would agree with me. The following questions must be seriously considered:-
1. Whether the tourists ride camel etc. of their choice or are they forced to do so?
2. Whether the camels have any choice in this matter? Are the camels asked whether they would like to carry the tourists?
3. On the principle of reciprocity, are the camels also allowed to ride on the tourists back?
4. What are the ethical, moral, social, legal, political implications of tourist-camel relationship?
 
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Yeah...I'm with you on this Rahul,
There are also combination that might have to be seriously considered between tourist & camels :
5. Happy White male tourist riding Exotic Asean female camel, or
6. White female tourist riding Angry fat Asean male camel

[This message has been edited by Stevie Kaligis (edited June 19, 2001).]
 
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He He Hee Hee Heee Heee Heeeeee Heeeeee Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
 
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