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  2. Agreed death by mis-adventure. Blame is proportional, who in the hell allows a 10 month old baby to run around un-supervised with access to a Soi?
  3. Rightly - the best thing to do in those areas is to keep low profile. If you do not look like a Jew or Asian, it's even better. ( on the subject of sandwich, chose a café that is not under Chinese management, go inside, ask if they offer goat cheese baguette sandwich with oliv oil and Provence herbal spices -)
  4. They are both campaigns dealing with many arguments for and against. You are splitting hairs again. You either agree with democracy or you dont.
  5. There is no way tests can show she was infected 17 days prior, no such test exists. They can (and apparently have) ruled out cross infection between her and the 2 other guests, that is all.
  6. Inequality and they belong to the wrong side unfortunately. Democracy here is a farce.
  7. Seems everyone who left their country looking for freedom, creates problems in the host country.
  8. What hospitals are over filling in Europe? Where did you get this idea? Here in Denmark we opened nearly totally up two months ago, and now we have 125 hospitalisations, 18 in intensive care, and 6 in respirator. We are six million people in this country. We have around 2-3 deaths per day from corona. What exactly constotutes "over filling" in your definition? Jesus! What is wrong with people these days... Everyone with just the slightest trace of a brain can so easily conclude, based on cases versus deaths for all Scandinavian countries, that covid no longer pose a threat against human
  9. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/oct/30/us-unions-general-strike-election-trump-biden-victory?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other Might need those guns...
  10. Islamists are not going to subimt us to their rules. This is freedom of speech. and just freedom
  11. In my opinion, it is statements like this that are holding people back from changing life style. The people believe TAT and say 'only a few months and tourists will come back. Let's hold on.' I saw some friends in Nongbualamphu earlier this week and apparently the province is considering building a new large hotel somewhere, ready for tourists arriving next year. Even if there are more Chinese I don't think it will be that province they will head for. Sad.
  12. My previous employer had transferred money in USD to my Thai SCB account a few months ago. SCB called me and told me the exchange rate offered and asked if I wanted it exchanged that day, I agreed. I now have a much larger transfer and they contacted me again however with the US elections in a few days I wasn't sure if I should wait. The SCB Credit lady said I have 360 days to decided when to exchange the money to Thai Baht. I'm not sure what I should do? Wait until after the election, wait until the new year?
  13. Thai investment or money from China? This is China's MO, move-in, own the economy and kiss your country goodbye.
  14. Some offices give out queue numbers, which finish around one hour after opening. I got my license done on the last day before the DLT would be closed for like 2 months as a result of the lockdowns. I wanted to go early anyway, but was very lucky in that I received the very last queue number for that day, despite arriving around 8.45am, just 15 mins after opening! Of course, this could have been due to everyone rushing to get their licenses renewed prior to the lockdown and isn't necessarily a reflection of the normal situation (it was also the first time I had used that office to g
  15. National COVID lockdown in England not inevitable, UK minister says Commuters travel through Vauxhall underground station, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London Britain, October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls LONDON (Reuters) - A national lockdown in England is not inevitable to contain an increase in COVID-19 cases, British foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Friday, adding that a localised approach could work if everyone stuck to the rules for their area. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1189895-national-co
  16. From my understanding, some visas, such as Non Im O Thai wife, cannot be approved by all offices, but need to go to Imm 'centres' for approval. For example my office has to send my app to Khon Kaen for approval and the 'under consideration' period is to allow for that. I would suggest you ring the office and explain your travel plans for a solution.....get it from the horses mouth.
  17. National COVID lockdown in England not inevitable, UK minister says Commuters travel through Vauxhall underground station, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London Britain, October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls LONDON (Reuters) - A national lockdown in England is not inevitable to contain an increase in COVID-19 cases, British foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Friday, adding that a localised approach could work if everyone stuck to the rules for their area. Britain has recorded over 20,000 new cases a day on average over
  18. Some research suggests... http://churchandstate.org.uk/2017/06/bible-vs-quran-test-your-knowledge-of-who-deserves-death-in-which-religion/ https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/violence-more-common-bible-quran-text-analysis-reveals-a6863381.html
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