This is all very enlightening, but I could have sworn this thread had something to do clubs and police raids.
Can we pivot, at least in some general angle?
Ketamine is bad enough, but with bad music, foul air, strange company, amateur drunks, and overloaded hormones all in the mix, why do people even want to be in a club?
I’ve been in clubs about 6 times during a police raid in Taipei. I kind of enjoy it as the lights come on and it’s a great chance to check out the girls and break the ice meeting some new ones. I’ve started a couple of good relationships during a raid.
I doubt there is anything in there that you dont already know, but interesting to me was the number of times she suggests we lie to each other (theres a text version too, no need to watch it all this it the bit that interested me).
Thats a lot of lying. I dont know if the numbers are true, but it makes me think about the nature of a lie, and why we do it. We all do. Some are conscious, perhaps it could be argued, the vast majority are unconscious.
I wonder if it is reported in the media, they will report his deportation as visa related or because of this raid, or just say one foreigner was deported, making people assume it was drug bust related?
How would they justify ‘reasonable justification’?
I am curious about the laws here. If the police knocked on your door what rights do you have?