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01 February 2011
William R. Morledge

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         Back in the day it was called the "The Generation Gap" (that disconnect between the young and old).   Now it can only be described as the "Digital Divide" - and the name of the game is "Always-On Connectivity".   This new Digital Divide, in case you haven't noticed, dwarfs the old 'Generation Gap' by several orders of magnitude.   And for those nightcrawlers among us who are no longer in the sparkle of their youth, this Great Divide separates us, the age-impaired, from most of those persons we now meet in, and around, the Nitespots of Bangkok......

         We are not talking about the young being 'computer literate', while the old are 'computer illiterate'.   (Contrarily, many 'oldies', like you and I, are quite proficient in using a computer for those requirements within our scope.)   Neither is this about those who can, or cannot use an iPad or an iPhone, nor is it about those who know how to 'social network', play video games or thumb-type on their BlackBerry.   We are talking about a fundamental divergence; a 'new way of walking'......

         Children born in the '80's and afterward, have been immersed in an ever-expanding digital Universe - they have been brought up in a world of digital delights greater than can be taken in at a single glance, or even after many glances.   And today, in light of it's exponential growth, there is presently more digital technology 'out there' than can be consumed by any one individual.   Nevertheless, these youngsters, those on the other side of the Digital Divide, have not only coped, but are delighting in their new digital world.   But there is, perhaps, a dark side - or at least what we oldies would perceive as a dark side.   These youngsters, in Darwinian lockstep, have evolved - and in this case, 'evolution' is not necessarily perceived as an "upward evolutionary step".

         Gone are the days of young people being just "Walkman zombies".   Today's youngsters have become walking platforms for digital paraphernalia - yesterday's bleeding edge techno-junkies would embarrass themselves at any present-day shopping mall.   Today's younger half does not process information like we do.   Let me repeat that; they do not process information like we do - their brains function to a brand-new protocol - and it is a protocol that we oldies find difficult-to-impossible to navigate.   Now, they have got an iButton of some kind in their ear, while they are walking and/ or talking on the phone, and/ or texting.   Unless of course they are doing email, or surfing the net on their smart phones while driving.   Or walking.   Or riding a bycicle.   Or on a skateboard.....    At home, they are carrying on 'conversations' with dozens, and sometimes hundreds, of social network 'friends' - 90% of whom they do not know (and they, then, are busy feeling good about themselves for being so popular).   But -and herein lies the rub- they do not do these things serially, they will do two or more of them all at the same time - or at least make some semblance of an attempt at simultaneity.   -And unsurprisingly, it is only on rare occasion that they accomplish even one of these 'tasks' satisfactorily or completely.

         We fielded this subject of the Digital Divide phenomenon, or should we say our take on the phenomenon, to some of our regular corresponding readers, and were pleased, but not surprised, to note that there are others out there who have come to the same conclusions.   One of those readers, 'Dougie', for purposes of publication, has replied to us in unusually explicit detail.   We reprint his unexpurgated, rough around the edges reply, entirely unedited (and apologize in advance to any who might be offended by the language) :

By "Dinosaur" Dougie

Let me illustrate: #1.

         One of my more versatile masseuses calls me a couple of nights ago, and wants to make an appointment to come over to the apartment.   All of a sudden, without the slightest preamble, she's speaking in Isarn.   WTF?   Then it dawns on me that she's now talking to her girlfriend there beside her, but still talking into her hand phone.
         "Hello, .....hello...," I call out into my hand phone.   No response from her.
         Then she says, this time not in Isarn - but in Border Khmer, and still speaking into her hand phone, "Oh I like this song, it's by BodySlam."   Obviously, she is not talking to me, but I have not the slightest idea to whom she is talking.   She then starts singing along, ala karaoke, to some song I can almost hear in the mish-mash of Bangkok's thrumming traffic noises and the ever present, almost-white urban hiss.
         "Hello....," I call out again.
         No reply, at least not to me.   But as her hand phone is still up to her ear, I hear her loud and clear as she now greets a group of potential customers, in Japanese, who are walking past her massage parlor.   
         "Hello?" I call out - yet again in vain.
         Eventually she says, this time apparently to me, "Hello?   Hello, Dougie, are you there?....   Dougie?
         I hang up.
         She calls back, angry.   "Dougie, why did you hang up on me?!"
         This is all my fault of course - I am living in some distant, long-gone era; I am way past it : I just don't get it.   This is disjointed, overlapping form of simultaneous communications is accepted, nay, standard conduct with the "Always-On Generation" of today.   She wonders out loud what is wrong with me, why am I getting hostile?

Let me illustrate: #2.

         I get into a taxi the other evening and the youngish driver asks me where I want to go. I only speak Thai when out of the apartment, or when I have ying over, so I reply to the taxi driver, in Thai, to take me to Soi Cowboy.
         He then says, in Thai, "No, I'm working now, and I am in the Sukhumvit area - I will get something to eat in a few minutes."   Then, he laughs.
         I again say to myself, 'WTF?'   Did I miss something?
         I start to formulate some kind of a reply, but he's already talking again.   I then see the button in his ear and realize he's hands-free on his mobile phone talking to his old lady, so I shut the fuck up.   We are deep in weekend traffic, and there is a full 12 - 15 minutes of total silence, then he starts talking to the old lady again - they have been on the phone the whole time, but not talking - just staying contentedly 'connected'.   Really.   Hey, why in Keerist's name would anyone want to hang up (?), the button is still in his ear....
         Three minutes of total silence later, he then says, still in Thai, "Left hand side."   It wasn't a question; I think he's still talking to his old lady, so I don't reply.   Minding my own business.
         He then gets irritated, stares at me and raises his voice, "Do you want to get off on the left hand side or the right hand side?!"   Like, I'm supposed to know when he's talking to me, and when he's talking to his fucking old lady.....?!
         I'm pissed off, but I keep it fairly well under control.   I give him my death-mask grin, all teeth and no smile.   Nevertheless, in spite of my best efforts, my voice remains raspy, "When you are off the fucking phone, then you talk to me."
         He cools down somewhat, but sees nothing unusual in his behavior - it is totally my fault for not understanding the new rules for ''Always-On Connectivity'', and for not being able to differentiate between conversations.

Let me illustrate: #3.

         I am jogging past the front of the Queen's Park Plaza the other evening, and ahead of me, walking towards me is some giant - in his early 20's, his head down.   He is busy texting.   A young thing in a mini-skirt is clutching at his elbow with one hand in an attempt to steady him.   In her other hand is her muu-tuu, up to her ear - while she talks on the phone to god-only-knows-who.   (Or is it, '-whom'?)   They are navigating a course of proverbial drunken sailors, in the general direction of the bar beers, but no problem, they are not in my flight path.   
         Suddenly, he swerves away from his mini-skirted seeing-eye-dog, stepping right in front of me, head still down, texting.   I say to myself, this is going to hurt me more than it will him; he's got at least 40 pounds on me - but, suck it up, bucko, because there is no backing down.
         He, however, is relaxed, whereas I am tensed, and have my balance.
         Smack!   The guy is spun around a complete 360 degrees, and then staggers around another 180 degrees to glare back in my direction.   They are glaring at me - she is still on her cell phone.   I've got my head down, continuing on in a straight line.   I don't yield to texters.   That should be my next goddam bumper sticker.

      Well, enough of my 'illustrations', but make no mistake - these young people today are different than we are.   These digitally dumbed-down techno-groupies truly believe they are multi-tasking.   .....Not.   They are half-assed tasking - at the very best of moments, and the average attention span can be measured in parts of nanoseconds.   But to them, I am the dinosaur.   I am the knuckle-dragging Cro-Magnon who uses the phone to make a call, who communicates briefly, then hangs up.   I mean, they look at my behavior and say, "How weird is that?"

         For some time now, I have had a rule with masseuses and visiting ying.   Once the massage starts, once inside the bedroom, once in the shower, the hand phone gets switched off.   Period.   (Yes, one young ying who came to visit at the apartment was actually buck naked, under the shower, and talking on her hand phone in animated fashion to one of her 'customers'.)   I stick by this rule, and actually have had to throw a couple ying out of the apartment (giving them ample time to get dressed, of course).   Did I mention earlier that I can be, on occasion, an extremely abrupt dinosaur?   ...Even if I do say so myself.

- Copyright - "Dinosaur Dougie", January 2011         

         We would like to thank "Dougie" for his interesting -and now-familiar- rants.   These are actual episodes, unfortunately, - and these are just the tip of the iceberg.   And the number of these tales of woe, tales of the widening abyss, unfortunately grows exponentially.   We oldies are not likely to get any younger, nevertheless, we can at least understand the concept of the Digital Divide, - if not those on the other side of it.


John T. Murdock
April 17, 1945 - January 16, 2011

         John T. Murdock passed away at Pomfret Center on January 16, 2011 after a valiant battle against cancer at Boston General Hospital.   John was 65 years old.   Born in Putnam on April 17, 1945, son of William and Barbara (Baker) Murdock.   He was married to 'Fon' Murdock.   In addition to his parents and wife, John is survived by his daughter Nantida K. Murdock , two sisters Sandra and Diane Murdock, his twin brothers Donald and Douglas Murdock.

         John graduated from Putnam High School in 1963 and entered the U.S. Army in 1966.   He graduated from Officer Candidate School and obtained the rank of Captain.   John served his country as a helicopter pilot in Viet Nam.   After serving in the military, John continued flying helicopters in Saudia Arabia, Iran, Indonesia, Bolivia and Mexico.

         John made his home in Thailand for more than 20 years, where he met and married Fon.   Needless to say, he lived life to the fullest - being remembered by close friends as often sitting in for Rick Menard at the Grand Prix.   One of Bangkok's regulars, he was friend and confidant to the scores of other active & ex-military, and government agency types who gravitated to Thailand during, and immediately after the conflict in Southeast Asia.   A personal friend to several members of Bangkok's 'Press Corps', and many other "Bangkokians", he will long be remembered as "a part of the fabric".

         The last fifteen years of his life, John continued flying in the United States and eventually owned his own company.


          This month's lovely Thai Smile belongs to a greeter at one of the chrome-pole sudsers here in Sin City.

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Massage Parlors Of Old


          You have a great blog; I very much look forward to the updates - just like I look forward to my trips to the Land Of Smiles.

         Do you know what is the longest operating Massage Parlor in Bangkok?   Maybe an impossible question to answer, but you guys seem to know everything.


Greetings, J.S.,

         Thanks a million for the praise, and for your confidence, however we are likely going to let you down, slightly, here....   We are going to make an assumption that you are talking about Massage Parlors that an expat resident, or tourist might go to, rather than some of the old "Thai-Thai" pan-boran massage parlors that have existed for decades in temples (such as Wat Po), around the Tha Chang-Tha Prajan boat piers, and in Yao Warat (China Town).

         Of the old steam-and-cream fishbowl Massage Parlors that were built in the mid-'60's, the only remaining ones in memory are the Chawala Massages (one next to the Rex Hotel on Sukhumvit Rd and another on Sri Ayuthaya Rd).   There is also the Darling Massage on Sukhumvit Soi 12.   And back on Sri Ayuthaya Rd, there are the Chao Phraya 1 and Chao Phraya 2 massage parlors.   -Note the Chao Phraya 1 has been renamed the J-1, ("J" for the direct transliteration "Jaophraya") but it is actually the same massage parlor of old.   As we were not taking notes in those years, and as they would all be pleased to make claim to being the oldest, we are hesitant to give either the honor of being oldest....

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      PATPONG  I  

                The King's Castle II photo, below, is for the archives - the only one of the King's Group Nitespots we hadn't yet committed to digital posterity.   Business at the King's Group bars remains brisk....
      PATPONG  I  

      PATPONG  II  
                The Thai Room Restaurant has reopened - however, as noted in our previous issue, it is now a Poolbar.   Welcome them back to the vicissitudes....
      PATPONG  II  

                Bangkok's newest A Go-Go, the Glamour Girls looked darker than a poisoned well when we passed by last month.   They only pened in mid-November - all that glitz lasted only less than two months.   This triple-wide shophouse chrome-and-mirrors emporium was no small operation; and the rumors are aflying: either someone forgot to read Business Plans For Dummies, or someone else got scammed, or they got busted for underage dancers, or they will be opening again real soon now.   Take your pick - each rumor more preposterous than the other.   We'll keep an ear to the ground - and should there be any change, we'll get back atcha.   Until then, we have removed them from the rolls.

      PATPONG  II  

                Pinocchio's Lady & Ladyboy oral services bar is once again open for business.   No further comment.
      PATPONG  II  

                Starting out unofficially as Steve's New Bar in May 2007, it became The Strip on the following month.   It closed in March 2010 for renovations, and reopened a month later as Spanky's 3.   This last month, it reverted to The Strip once again (and the Spanky's 3 sign reappeared outside the DC-10 in Nana Plaza - don't ask).   Welcome The Strip back to the fray - it was almost like they were never even really gone (Ahennnh...).
      PATPONG  II  

                The Target 2 is doing very well, considering it is at the top of the Cosmos stairwell opposite the Foodland.   Perhaps it has something to do with their hours of operation....   Keep on keeping on.

      PATPONG  II  

                Up on The Ramp, the Matador House was closed for a New Year's break.   As was Kob's Place / Linda's Place .   Both Nitespots - along with the Rig-1-Gold have reopened - business as usual.
      PATPONG  II  

      SOI  COWBOY  
                The Corner has embellished their neon, now that they have their feet solidly on the ground.   But what's this 'on-again, off-again' re: the name-change from the old Kanjana?
      SOI  COWBOY  

     NANA  PLAZA  
                It looks as though the mystery of what they were planning to do in the Nana Plaza courtyard has been, finally, completely, answered.   There is either one long bar beer there, or three smaller ones, depending on how you want to look at it - all under separate, rather ingenious wind-out roofs.   This narrow configuration would seemingly allay any doubts that a fire truck could enter the compound....Heaven forbid.   Below are a few pics for the archive of the 'new look' in the Nana courtyard.

      NANA  PLAZA  

                The DC 10, having reopened the previous month (see our last month's report), have now got all their new neon in place - and it's all looking mighty good.   May it continue to rock.
      NANA  PLAZA  

                All that remains of the Villa Bar (rest it's weary bones) is sawdust and a flurry of hammers and saws.   But here is the good news - it is in the process of being absorbed by the next door Rainbow 3.   The Rainbow 3 hasn't closed during the renovations, and it is anticipated that the combined premises will be open by the end of the month.   All being said, both the old Rainbow 3 and the now defunct Villa Bar were really too small for proper utilization, so this should be a benefit to nightcrawlers such as ourselves.
    - File photo         

      NANA  PLAZA  

                The Stumble Inn, front door on Soi Nana, back door opening into the NEP, will be opening right about...... NOW.   They will be located between Morning Night and Big Dogs in the old mini-mart digs.   Look for them to have some good opening offers.   We will provide photo coverage as soon as possible.
      NANA  PLAZA  

      SOI  KATOEY  
    Door Art Of The Month

                   The Adam Spa has opened it's doors to the public this last month.   The waterfall in front of the artwork is particularly effective.   They occupy the old Bar Bar digs, which closed a couple months back.   Welcome them to the night games.

                A month previous, the Izakaya Hanagoyomi has taken over from the Setzu Getzu KKA at the 33 Complex.   Welcome them to the neon jungle.

                Last month, we were informed by those on premises that the Chip In Japanese lounge would be out of action for about two weeks.   The 'two weeks' was accurate, however they reopened as the Misora Club, under new management.   Wish them luck as they cast their dice against the craggy wall of Fate.

    - File photo

                The Zentana Spa has taken over the reins from the old Simply Spa up on the 3rd and 4th floors above The Horse That Says Moooo Restaurant & Winebar.   Wish them well as they wade into the sharkpool.

                In the "We Don't Make Mistrakes" department, last month we noted that the new Japanese Tengoku Massage had opened on Soi Pan Pan.   What we forgot to mention (and what alert reader A.T. noticed immediately) was that the Tengoku had moved into the then-closing Jack & Betty Massage.   Should there be a "next time" for Jack & Betty, we hope they draw all aces and faces.....

    - File photo         

                Pub 33, which we thought had closed for New Year's last month, reopened briefly, only to close again - once and for all.   Only shadows now dance in their locked-down doorways.
    - File photo         

                Perhaps our favorite ambiguous massage parlor, Sawatdee Massage, has pulled the plug.   The owners raised the rent on the upcoming new lease, making the property so expensive it could only become a Japanese Karaoke - which is exactly what is slated for those digs (look for it to open in about a month's time).


                The tiny Relax Beauty has reopened after a month down-time, and are sporting some new neon.   This time around, however, they are more geared to ladies beauty treatments - and less toward massage.   Wish them the best, however they are not currently what would be considered a "Night Entertainment Venue".

    Committing Commissions

                    The Demonia faux sado-masochism lounge has an interesting sign in their window: "Hiring hostesses.   Earnings: monthly salary + commission."   (The word, "commission" being the latest English word to gain currency in Bangkok's pop vernacular....)


                The Japanese lounge Ran Hime Club and the Kiss lounge were closed over the New Year, as was the Gaugin Club and the Hibike.   All have all reopened - business as usual.

                The old Big Shots is a whir of hammers and saws, as renovations proceed.   They should open sometime in March this year.   Located in Soi Wall Street.   We understand there is a name-change in the offing....

                The old 33 Beauty located between the Renoir and the Survey is also a whir of plasterers, glaziers and sweeping mamasans, as renovations proceed full-tilt.   They should open around the first of March this year.   No name for the new Nitespot is available at this juncture.

                The Garden Spa Health & Entertainment Complex, closed for New Year's (only) is back to their slippin' and a slidin' ways....
    - File photo         

                AS Massage have fleshed out their neon since we reported their initial opening a couple of months back.   All's well that looks well....

                The 3 Sisters have reopened - or at least we think they did.   The lights were on, the sign was lit, and the "For Sale" sign was on bold display, but we didn't see any customers.   We'll keep an ear to the ground, and update next time around.
    - File photo

                Flaming Moe's has crashed headlong into the void, leaving not a trace.   There to take it's place : the tentatively named Sun Bin.   Their soft opening already behind them - they plan to have their grand opening on 5 February.   Welcome them to the neon jungle.   We hope to have some pix for you next issue.
    - File photo

                The Meaw Meaw Bar - closed down for a few days over New Year's has reopened on schedule.   Y'all c'n come back now....
    - File photo

                The Platinum bar beer has reopened at it's original location - after a brief closure last month.   Welcome them back to the dogfight, and we hope they get some neon nailed up one of these times....

      SOI  EDEN  
                The Eden Club -closed for New Year's as we expected- is now back, full force.   They may, however, want to do a little grounds maintenance; the place looks a little cluttered....
      SOI  EDEN    SUKHUMVIT  SOI  7/1

                The Hot Male and the newer Hot Male 2 (already adjacent) have combined under a new piece of neon (located midway between the two) as just "Hot Male".   No changes or closures were noted.


    Bangkok Eyes jumps back in time to have a look at who was new - and who was through.   We'll be willing to bet that many of you "Old Bangkok Hands" will be reminded of some bars you'd almost forgotten.   (We also will be willing to bet you WON'T EVEN REMEMBER an even greater number....)

    10 YEARS AGO  :
          The Jack Pub & Karaoke up on The Ramp rolled out the red carpet for the first time ten years ago, this month.   It was located in the old Mahalapa digs, which closed down two months previous to that.   There is currently no Night Entertainment Venue at that location.
    PATPONG  2 -   2001

          Ten years ago, the Baccara opened in the newly renovated digs of the Bluebird Club.   The Baccara is still there today.   We wonder if they will be having their 10 Year Anniversary Party this week?
    SOI  COWBOY -   2001

          Ten years ago, the My Lady Bar (remember them?) opened in one section of what was up until that time, the Country Road.   The My Lady would eventually close, and the digs would be returned to the Country Road - which is still there today.
    SOI  COWBOY -   2001

          A decade ago Sugar Beat bar beer closed down - it was located immediately in front of the Hollywood Rock (still there today).   There is currently no separate Nitespot at that location.
    NANA  PLAZA -   2001

          A decade ago -up on the 3rd floor- Beverly Hills A Go-Go closed down - it was absorbed by the Carousel Bar A Go-Go.   There is no Nitespot at that location today.
    NANA  PLAZA -   2001

          A decade ago, the Ibiza Bar closed down for good - after only a two-month run at it.   It was located next door to the Telephone Pub.
    SOI  KATOEY  - (SILOM  SOI  4) -   2001

          Exposure opened its doors for the first time ten years ago in what were the Film digs.   It no longer exists - and has gone through several subsequent name-changes.
    SOI  KATOEY  - (SILOM  SOI  4) -   2001

          Om Trance Club closed its doors ten years ago.   They would reopen after one month.
    SOI  KATOEY  - (SILOM  SOI  4) -   2001

          A decade ago, the Setzu Getzu Japanese club rolled out the red carpet for the very first time in 33 Plaza, two doors down from the Dali.   They are still there today.
    SOI  DEAD  ARTISTS- (SUKHUMVIT  SOI  33) -   2001

          Likewise, a decade ago, the Lucky Luciano Club opened at a location not previously a Night Entertainment Venue in front of the Peep Inn Park.   The Love Teen massage is now in residence at those digs.
    SOI  DEAD  ARTISTS- (SUKHUMVIT  SOI  33) -   2001

          On the second floor of the Peep Inn Park, the Blue Sky Club (Japanese) reopened after a one-month closure.
    SOI  DEAD  ARTISTS- (SUKHUMVIT  SOI  33) -   2001

          The 33 Center massage reopened 10 years ago, this month after a one-month hiatus.   Up until recently those digs were home to the Best Massage.
    SOI  DEAD  ARTISTS- (SUKHUMVIT  SOI  33) -   2001

          The Oak Club Japanese Karaoke opened 10 years ago, this month.   They were located next door to the Prince of Wales (which is still at that location.)

    ASOKE  PLAZA  /  ASOKE  CORNER - (previously Cowboy Annex) - 2001

    Asoke Corner / Asoke Plaza
    Night Entertainment Area
    ( March 2000 - February 2005 )

                 Ten years ago, the Boomerang bar reopened at it's original location along the side fence - however, this time around, they had air conditioning.   This brought the number of Nitespots at Asoke Plaza / Asoke Corner to twenty-two.

    ASOKE  PLAZA  /  ASOKE  CORNER - (previously Cowboy Annex) - 2000

    CLINTON  PLAZA   - 2000

    Clinton Plaza
    Night Entertainment Area
    ( February 1998 - 7 June 2003 )

          The Coco Loco night club closed it's doors to the public a decade ago.   It was located upstairs on the 2nd floor of the main building.   It did not reopen.

          Wind Mill (Kangaroo) reopened a decade ago in it's old digs beside side the main building.

          Suzy & Crazy Bar II bar beer opened a decade ago along the back wall.   This would be the beginning of a long journey for Suzy, taking her through the helming of several bars, each in several different Night Entertainment Areas in Bangkok.

    CLINTON  PLAZA   - 2001



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