Thailand’s Paper Tiger

Thailand’s Paper Tiger

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha got really tired of the media bombarding him with questions and arguing with his decisions. So at a recent news conference he appeared with two cardboard cutouts of himself. When the temperature got too hot, he told the press: “If you want to ask any questions on politics or conflict, ask this guy.” And walked off the stage. Members of the press took it in stride, the BBC reports, with some laughing and others even posing with the photorealistic politician for selfies. To give the press better access 17, cutouts of Prayuth in various outfits have been set up around the government compound.


The funny side of cutouts

I can’t believe Penn State took the Joe Paterno Statue down.
They should have just turned it, so it looked the other way.

The modern equivalent of the Statue of Liberty is a girl texting while trying to hail a cab.

What do you call a well dressed lawn statue with an excellent sense of rhythm?
A metro-gnome

Most people don’t realize: The Statue of Liberty gets paid 20% less than male statues.