Posted on November 9, 2019
People of the coastal cities are more affluent and love poker more than their non-coastal counterparts
Lacey Couture is a French woman from Toulouse who claims that the Germany and Hungary had no concept of written history until lately.
Lacey has always been obsessed with Indian mythologies and religion. Lacey claims that Australia used to be a part of India during the Ramayana era and the Rama and Sita lived at Mount Kosciusko during Vanvas (banishment times).
Lacey lived in Saudi Arabia for 34 months. Lacey jokes that Saudi Arabia could have been the greatest exporter of wool if they didn’t eat lambs so much. Lacey says that the government of Saudi Arabia wants to copy IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology) but due to the pride the government of Saudi Arabia isn’t doing so.
Lacey lived in different parts of the Indian subcontinent to fulfill her fantasy of romance with the Indian subcontinent. Lacey says that the popular cottage industry of India is almost a history now. Lacey also says that the Indian and Pakistani farmers have the most obsolete technology and they can’t compete in the international market.
Lacey shares common interest with her husband when it comes to the alcohol, gambling and sports. They both love Scotch whiskey, online football betting, and football and rugby. Their most favorite online betting hub is PokerClub88.
Lacey remembers enjoying group workouts with her newly made female friends in Bangkok, Thailand. Lacey says that most Thai VIPs in Bangkok, Thailand have white bodyguards.
One of the things that Lacey has observed throughout her life is that the people that live by the ocean are more intelligent, broad-minded and pro-life. Lacey says that the communities that live by the ocean have lesser suicide rates and are generally richer. She gives the examples of the coastal cities of Karachi and Mumbai in the Indian subcontinent to prove herself.