What's the deal with asking for money? Am I the only one who doesn't want to give them a dime for any transactions they make? I went to Cambodia and the guy at the customs counter said I needed a visa. I was like, "I was born in Phnom Penh." Not giving a f- what I said, he insisted I needed one, saying that they won't let me through if I didn't get one. I was like, whatever, just sign me up. Then, he said I needed a small picture, a 1"x2" or something. In my head, I was like WTF? I just got off the airplane. How in the world was I suppose to get a damn picture for him? Long story short, I ended up giving him $5 and he gave me a visa for unlimited entrance to the country. Same thing happened when was checking out of Cambodia for my departure flight. The customs officer asked for $5. I refused to give him any. What warrants him extra money for the job he was assigned to perform? This kind of culture has to stop!!!