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spittin'

the boy has got some mad thai flow.

id please

those girls are pretty cute but perhaps of a questionable age?

Grant

I've always wanted to ride on an elephant on a chair like that. It looks so awkward and uncomfortable that the only reason to do it is to look like a badass.

justin

I threw up a little.

mj

like the early 80s style music video

wierd

its wierd enough to see this dude rapping at all, let alone in thai

Oisd

World wide summer hit potential. I digg Lao.

realdeal

fuck weezy hes the real best rapper live

yancy

it's a peter pan flute but really really long.

Smacky Stephens

Sounds like he is saying "but who's the fucking guy?" in the chorus.

P.Giddy

I should have called this Pretty Thai For A White Guy.
missed fucking opportunity.


Steve

lAOS IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE WORLD !

Terry

i love the boom box and the pre teens how much for boom boom

jUnk

those girls are pretty cute but perhaps of a questionable age?
It's illegal to have sex with any locals in Laos.

He's not rapping in Thai, it's Laos, which is similar to North Eastern Thai (Isarn)....but not the same.

He filmed a scene of the video in the bus station in Vientiane. Rest was filmed driving around the city in a Tuk.

When I was in Vientiane I met a 24 year old musician who had moved to Bangkok when he was 17. He had been Vientiane numerous times on Visa runs since then. People say the city is boring, but he contends it's one of the craziest places in S.E Asia if you know where to go. The one night we had did not disappoint. Boozing bowling alleys, hotel basements parties, drugs, hookers.

jUnk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHpvZr0SAjQ

One of Jonny's awesome English songs, featuring hotter Laos girls.

Nicholas

Morlam is probably the only tolerable SE Asian music, although all the songs seem to have the same melodic contours...been living in Chiang Mai for the past couple months.

Jonny Olsen

I just would like to make it official that I am not nor anyone else is bigger than Jesus. That is Mr. Paul Geddis's opinion or joke. Thank you.

Lao Music

Jonny Olsen, you are awesome. I love your khan playing..

118 Crew

There is some skateboarding footage of Jonny Olsen back from 1997 on youtube. Go check it out. Skate or Die Dude!

Jonny's #1 Fan

Paul Geddis sounds like a jerk. You can tell he tried to twist things around to make Jonny look bad. I mean...Bigger than Jesus? That is over the top and uncalled for.

Just Someone Who Likes Lao Music

Let in be known that Morlum Folk music is from the Northeast part of Thailand (Isaan) and not the south. Somewhere in the article Paul writes that it is from southern Thailand.

LINDA DAQUINO

My boy is great I don't care what you negitive people think you don't know talent if it hit you in the ass>>>>


Suman

Hello Amy,I'm looking to learn the Lao Language and go at it 100%. I'm 27 and nrcuertly live and work in South Florida. I was trying to find out information on learning the Lao Langauge at any schools in the area,I didn't find anything, but I did run into the LaoStudies website and found your blog. I was wondering if you had any pointers on how to go about learning the language. I would love to do a program like you're doing and just immerse myself in the country and language. Do you know anyone that might have any info on places or schools where I can learn the language possibly down here in the Florida area? I've looked into some TESL opportunities as well. Any kind of info would be great.Pe@ce,Loren

Menka

Talen, if these are the girls from your village , I'm on the next flhigt up , just to take a look see , sent a few shots to a few friends OVER THERE and now they all want to come OVER HERE ha ha. Don't let the girl friend catch you looking to long , I hear certain parts of the male body makes for good duck food . Malcolm.-= malcolmb4s last blog .. =-.

Kalpana

Hello Amy,I'm looking to learn the Lao Language and go at it 100%. I'm 27 and crneurtly live and work in South Florida. I was trying to find out information on learning the Lao Langauge at any schools in the area,I didn't find anything, but I did run into the LaoStudies website and found your blog. I was wondering if you had any pointers on how to go about learning the language. I would love to do a program like you're doing and just immerse myself in the country and language. Do you know anyone that might have any info on places or schools where I can learn the language possibly down here in the Florida area? I've looked into some TESL opportunities as well. Any kind of info would be great.Pe@ce,Loren

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