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Will Social Media Change Spring Break?


The Nikki Beach hotel on the island of Phucket in Southern Thailand faced severe criticism  when posting the above photo on their Facebook page showing a baby elephant near a pool with party goers and one riding on top.


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I was never much of a wild party guy (when I wasn't studying I was working to pay for my studies).  But that Facebook photo doesn't bother me.  Seems the baby elephant has his handler (mahout) with him.  No handler would do anything to jeopardize an elephant under their charge.  Their livelihood depends on the elephant's good health.


That said, these youngsters should know that future employers now include a search of your social media pages when you apply for a job.  Don't post anything on those pages you wouldn't want your boss to see.

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