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  2. Does anyone know the monkey’s shoe size??? Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  3. hello, can you confirm that xiaomi pro is the best pair purifier for 5000 thb ? or which one should i buy ? Thank you. https://www.lazada.co.th/catalog/?q=xiaomi+purifier+pro https://shopee.co.th/search?keyword=xiaomi purifier pro
  4. Urine test doesn't shows u under influence. It detects metabolites not thc. Its dumb test Wysłane z mojego SM-G975F przy użyciu Tapatalka
  5. hello, can you confirm that xiaomi pro is the best pair purifier for 5000 thb ? or which one should i buy ? Thank you. https://www.lazada.co.th/catalog/?q=xiaomi+purifier+pro https://shopee.co.th/search?keyword=xiaomi purifier pro
  6. Cabinet okays 2nd phase of Eat, Shop, Spend scheme By THE NATION The Cabinet on Tuesday approved the second phase of the “Eat, Shop, Spend” economic stimulus scheme, said Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1129912-cabinet-okays-2nd-phase-of-eat-shop-spend-scheme/
  7. Yes, after the 614 785 th video of the same stupid thing. Yeah, that sort of makes you num to the reality. Welcome to Thailand! Live the dream!
  8. To answer your first question: That can be inferred from the fact that only visas issued from that date and onwards will have remarks made by the issuing embassy regarding insurance. Your second comment is just speculation.
  9. Cabinet okays 2nd phase of Eat, Shop, Spend scheme By THE NATION The Cabinet on Tuesday approved the second phase of the “Eat, Shop, Spend” economic stimulus scheme, said Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana. The Eat, Shop, Spend scheme Phase 2 will limit the number of registrants to 3 million. Just as in the first phase, they will receive Bt1,000 in their G-Wallet 1 via their Krungthai Bank’s Paotang mobile application. But they will also have the right to receive cash back in G Wallet 2 of 15 per cent of their own money that they spend, but the amount should not exceed Bt30,000. If registrants spend more than Bt30,000 and up to Bt50,000 of their own money, they will receive cash back of 20 per cent on this particular amount of spending. The second phase will open for registration on October 24, with a quota of 1 million registrants per day. The registration is divided into two rounds, each allowing 500,000 people. The first round will open at 6am and the second at 6pm. The second phase scheme will be valid until December 31 this year. Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/business/30377650 -- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2019-10-22 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
  10. I,m sure the above mentioned economic and democratic power houses will be a great asset to the European union and will be more than willing to make up for the uks financial contribution.
  11. Reckon i may buy a heap of some of this debt,then if i see movement i will go short,did the same 2008/9 gotta tell i done okay know the market though boys can lose it all if you ef up.
  12. I was shown an 1100 baht 10ML vial 11 days ago - at Tims. All I can say is that my gym bros have been buying 10ML test e vials from from Tims for years, and I have never heard them complain. The Pharmacy that is a few doors down from Peera sells 10ML vials. I am blessed with naturally high test, so I rarely supplement. Cheers.
  13. Dude Charlie uses those. We got M1A Abrams tanks with Chobham Armour and Lasers as well as Lightweight Airmobile 155s. Your aquaintance with weaponry dates to your time of service then, an old timer are ye? Whats that? A minor league baseball trophy? You are a Toldeo Mud Hens fan then? Or the Durham Bulls, cuz you liked Susan Sarandons pulchritidinousness?
  14. No. You would go to Nong khai then after cross bridge obtain transport to udon city central plaza or direct to udon airport. OP you may wish to look at current thread. Something like "successful METV story". The guy entered via air chaing Mai airport. The replies have good info.
  15. In ancient throne ritual, Japanese emperor vows to fulfil duty By Elaine Lies and Kiyoshi Takenaka Japan's Emperor Naruhito makes his appearance during a ceremony to proclaim his enthronement to the world, called Sokuirei-Seiden-no-gi, at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan, October 22, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato/Pool TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Emperor Naruhito formally proclaimed his ascendancy to the throne on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by dignitaries from more than 180 countries, pledging to fulfil his duty as a symbol of the state. Naruhito became emperor and his wife Masako became empress on May 1 in a brief ceremony, but Tuesday's "Sokui no Rei" was a more elaborate ritual at the royal palace in which he officially announced his change in status to the world. "I swear that I will act according to the constitution and fulfil my responsibility as the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people," the 59-year-old emperor declared, his voice slightly hoarse, in front of about 2,000 guests including Britain's Prince Charles. "I sincerely hope that Japan will develop further and contribute to the friendship and peace of the international community, and to the welfare and prosperity of human beings through the people's wisdom and ceaseless efforts." Naruhito is the first Japanese emperor born after World War Two. He acceded to the throne when his father, Akihito, became the first Japanese monarch to abdicate in two centuries, worried that advancing age might make it hard to perform official duties. The long-planned celebrations, for which Japan declared a national holiday, were tempered following Typhoon Hagibis, which killed at least 82 people when it tore through Japan 10 days ago, and pouring rain early on Tuesday. A public parade was postponed until next month to allow the government to devote attention to the typhoon clean-up, while Tuesday's weather forced the palace to scale back the number of courtiers in ancient robes taking part in the courtyard ceremony. But just before the ceremony began, the skies cleared and a rainbow appeared over Tokyo. "Storm-like rain and winds came to a stop right before the ceremony, and the sun came out. I, along with people around me, were moved," tweeted lawmaker Kentaro Sonoura, who attended the ceremony. "BANZAI" CHEERS, 21-GUN SALUTE At the sound of a gong in the Matsu-no-Ma, or Hall of Pine, the most prestigious room in the palace, two courtiers bowed deeply and drew back purple curtains on the "Takamikura" - a 6.5-metre (21 feet) high pavilion that weighs about 8 tonnes. Naruhito was revealed standing in front of a simple throne, dressed in burnt-orange robes and a black headdress, with an ancient sword and a boxed jewel, two of the so-called Three Sacred Treasures, placed beside him. Fifty-five-year-old Harvard-educated Empress Masako, wearing heavy 12-layered robes and with hair flowing down her back, stood in front of a smaller throne to the side. Such traditional robes can weigh around 15 kilogrammes (33 pounds). Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delivered a congratulatory speech before assembled dignitaries including Crown Prince Akishino, the emperor's younger brother, and his family, all adorned in brightly coloured robes. Other guests included U.S. Transport Secretary Elaine Chao and Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Abe led a trio of cheers of "banzai", or "long life", for the emperor, before a 21-gun salute. Guests from overseas were not required to join in shouting the phrase, which for some raises memories of the wartime emperor worship. Naruhito had entered the palace to cheers from admirers before reporting his enthronement to his imperial ancestors at three shrines on the palace grounds, dressed in pure white robes. "As he is young and energetic with outstanding leadership, I hope he'll support the people of Japan, which has faced continuous disasters and typhoons," said Tomoko Shirakawa, 51, who was among the crowds of umbrella-clutching citizens packing the area in front of the palace. A court banquet was held on Tuesday evening, before Naruhito and Masako host a tea party for foreign royalty on Wednesday afternoon. The government pardoned about half a million people convicted of petty crimes, such as traffic violations, to mark the day. Although the public parade was postponed until Nov. 10, NHK public TV said there were 26,000 police providing security. IMPERIAL FAMILY FUTURE Naruhito is unusual among recent Japanese emperors since his only child, 17-year-old Aiko, is female and cannot inherit the throne under current law. Unless the law is revised, the future of the imperial family for coming generations rests instead on the shoulders of his nephew, 13-year-old Hisahito, who is second in line for the throne after his father, Crown Prince Akishino. Naruhito's grandfather, Hirohito, in whose name Japanese troops fought World War Two, was treated as a god but renounced his divine status after Japan's defeat in 1945. Emperors now have no political authority. Though many Japanese welcomed the enthronement ceremony, there was a demonstration in downtown Tokyo in protest against the imperial system, and three demonstrators were arrested after jostling with riot police, Kyodo news agency reported. Tokyo police declined to comment. "There is no need for such an elaborate ceremony. Traffic has been restricted and it is causing inconvenience for ordinary people," said Yoshikazu Arai, 74, a retired surgeon. "The emperor is necessary now as a symbol of the people, but at some point, the emperor will no longer be necessary. Things will be just fine without an emperor." -- © Copyright Reuters 2019-10-22 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
  16. Ironically if Junker et al had met Cameron half way in his request for changes in the UK's terms of association the referendum would never have been called. Brexit owes its creation to the EU.
  17. the email telling me about the overstay came directly from Thai Elite. They even mentioned that Star Visa (which is just a visa agency in Chiang Mai that helps them out) are unaware of how the process works. Thai Elite is saying that Star Visa statement on how I am allowed to stay on an expired visa is incorrect because they do not understand the process fully.
  18. I guess we really dont need farmers.....Food comes from the grocery store any ways...
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