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  2. Leave it to your good lady, it won't matter what dates you choose (even if she later comes up with the same date) they will not be "suitable". Just go with the flow and veto the really bad ones.
  3. Can someone please explain what an instagram model or an ' influencer' is? Who, what and how do they influence? Not me.
  4. I hope you live in Lad Prao. I myself try not to go too lad prao or any reason whatsoever. It probably is no reason for me to ever go to lad prao. Think of the cost you've got involved in this, you've got the cost of the shoes, 250 bots to fix them the schleps to lad prao why not just buy a new pair of cheap shoes?
  5. How I lost my teeth I was in the Western Bar and Grill last night sitting at the bar waiting for a beer when a butt- ugly, big old heifer (a female human I think) came up behind me, and slapped me on the butt. She said, "Hey sexy, how about giving me your number so we can hook up and have some great SEX!!." I looked at her and said, "Have you got a pen." She said, "I sure do honey." I said, "Well, you better get back in it before the farmer notices you're missing." My dental shurgery shtartsh thish Friday.
  6. Drunk driving ‘biggest cause for road accidents’ this Songkran By The Nation Songkran’s “Seven Dangerous Days” saw the number of drunk driving soar to 12,192, with Bangkok having the highest number of inebriated drivers at 727, Probation Department chief Prasarn Mahaleetrakul said on Thursday. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1095767-drunk-driving-‘biggest-cause-for-road-accidents’-this-songkran/
  7. Did my 90 day reporting at Nakhon Pathom Immigration office this morning. Long poster with BJ pictures and vision statements stretched above the four officer's desks and big 'No Tip' signs behind each of the officer's desks. Also he is still featured on the home page of their website http://nakhonpathom.imm.police.go.th/ Have to say all the front office staff are always very friendly and give great service. Did my 90 day reporting in less than 10 minutes for time of walking in to walking out the door.
  8. Drunk driving ‘biggest cause for road accidents’ this Songkran By The Nation Songkran’s “Seven Dangerous Days” saw the number of drunk driving soar to 12,192, with Bangkok having the highest number of inebriated drivers at 727, Probation Department chief Prasarn Mahaleetrakul said on Thursday. According to the Road Safety Operations Centre (RSOC), 386 people have died and 3,442 others wounded from 3,338 road accidents during the April 11 to 17 period. These numbers show a slight decrease from last year’s Songkran period, RSOC said. Meanwhile, Prasarn said drunk driving accounted for 97 per cent of the 12,597 traffic law violations during the period, while 386 were cases of driving under the influence of drugs and 19 were related to reckless driving. The offenders are also barred from going out from 10pm to 4am for seven to 15 days, must report to the Probation Department four times during the one-year period that they were put on probation and serve 24 hours of social service. The offenders are also barred from going out from 10pm to 4am for seven to 15 days, must report to the Probation Department four times during the period and serve 24 hours of social service. He said his agency also screened the violators to see if they are at the risk of becoming alcoholics, and those most at risk have been sent for rehabilitation programs at state hospitals. These offenders will also provide social service in related environments, such as taking care of victims of drunk driving or serving as volunteers at checkpoints. At an RSOC press conference, Deputy Interior Minister Sutee Makboon also announced the figures of deaths, injuries and accidents during the Songkran period. The provinces of Chiang Mai and Nakhon Si Thammarat had the highest number of accidents at 128 each, while Lop Buri and Udon Thani shared the top spot for deaths with 15 each and Nakhon Si Thammarat had the most injuries at 136, he said. The most frequently cited causes were drunk driving at 36.61 per cent and speeding at 28.31 per cent. Of the accidents, 80 per cent involved motorcycles, and 66.15 per cent took place on straight roads, while 29.09 per cent took place between 4pm and 8pm, he added. On Wednesday alone, the last day of the so-called “Seven Dangerous Days”, there were 273 crashes claiming 30 lives and injuring 277 others, Sutee said. That day, 65,454 officials and volunteers manning 2,039 checkpoints charged 210,883 motorists and motorcyclists with traffic violations – mostly for riding motorbikes without a helmet (55,805 incidents) and failing to present a driver’s licences (48,183). Hence, Sutee has ordered related agencies to enforce law more strictly to discourage risky behaviour such as speeding and drunk driving as well as to analyse the data collected during this Songkran period to boost road safety in the long term. Meanwhile, the National Council for Peace and Order said that the Army, police and administration officials have confiscated 7,200 vehicles from inebriated drivers during Songkran. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30367902 -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-04-18
  9. To be frank, there are many idle jokers around other than him.
  10. our friend below wont be joining,he's a proper bulldog and loyal to tommy and the EDL
  11. Prayut to attend Belt and Road summit in Bejing next week By The Nation Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will attend the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) in Beijing next week, a deputy government spokesman said on Thursday. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1095766-prayut-to-attend-belt-and-road-summit-in-bejing-next-week/
  12. What a favour you did to Thailand and all its inhabitants. Who are the lucky ones hosting you this time?
  13. Feel free to keep ignoring documented fact - it makes you a better climate zealot, after all.
  14. Maybe transit to Dubai. There was a news summary today in the Thai media suggesting his meteoric rise in the police department was due to support from leftover Thaksin loyal senior officers, and he had rubbed many the wrong way. Remember Mr. T is ex-police and had the full support of the RPT during his reign.
  15. Clearly yet another criminal mastermind in the form of a Thai man. No wonder the BIB seemingly commit such a significant portion of their efforts harassing motorists over minor offences when you see how easy the real criminals make their job for them.
  16. Prayut to attend Belt and Road summit in Bejing next week By The Nation Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will attend the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) in Beijing next week, a deputy government spokesman said on Thursday. The theme of the second BRF is “Belt and Road Cooperation: Shaping a Brighter Shared Future” and will be attended by leaders of 38 countries, Deputy Government Spokesman Maj-General Werachon Sukhon-dhapatipak said. Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak, Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai and Transport Minister Akhom Termpittayapaisit will be accompanying the PM to the April 26-27 forum. The attendees are expected to announce a joint declaration at the summit, which will reflect stronger cooperation and development policy in order to boost ties, economic cooperation and sustainable development among participating countries. At the meeting, Prayut will highlight Thailand’s role as Asean chairman in promoting connections on all aspects as well as the Kingdom’s readiness to cooperate with China in connecting the region through the Master Plan on Connectivity (MPAC) 2020 and the Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (Acmecs). He also plans to extend cooperation in support of the Thailand 4.0 policy and the Eastern Economic Corridor that will link economies in the sub-region. Thailand expects to become Asean’s centre for logistics, transportation and communications and a gateway to China. Werachon said Prayut will hold bilateral meetings with China’s President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Vice Prime Minister Han Zheng to boost bilateral relations and cooperation. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30367901 -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-04-18
  17. grollies

    How Long

    Three and a half years.
  18. Maybe the ocean builders checked Wikipedia before they posted about their new sea home and brought it into the real international waters: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Territorial_waters
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