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  2. De Ligt transfer apparently in the works...or it could be a ploy to get more money out of Barca.
  3. Nope. You'd have a vote of no confidence initiated by Labour ... which will get over the line courtesy of Conservative remainers ... remember the Government's majority is wafer thin. The last thing the Conservatives want is a General Election that will usher in Corbyn. Johnson, presuming he wins, will have to gamble with a remain vs no deal referendum.
  4. Baby's / children are not toys, I hope you rethink this again and think a lot more about the immediate and long-terms emotional, welfare and support needs of the child. Grow up!
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    Gaming chair

    I bought a cheapie before. If your a bigger person (me) don't be surprised if your weight makes the legs or undercarriage whatever bend or break. And don't be surprised if the upholstery falls apart / splits open very quickly.
  6. I think we might see that referendum before we leave. If Boris Johnson becomes leader nothing really changes in parliament. If he wants to go for a "no deal" exit there will be a vote of no confidence in his Government (called by the Labour Party) and some of his fellow Conservatives will vote against him. That would mean a General Election, and with the new Brexit Party stealing traditional Tory votes he knows he will lose. His only real option will be to re-run the vote based on remain vs no deal exit. I think he'll take that gamble.
  7. There are posts about people being denied the Elite for having an overstay. Also posts about new applicants waiting up to 4 months to get the Elite. Flip a coin.
  8. Newly arrived Non-Imm O-A holders don't have to have money in a Thai bank. Retirees on Extensions of Stay do have to show either 800,000 in a bank or 65,000 per month. (Some can show less, e.g. married to a Thai.)
  9. IMO it is very unlikely that the Cambodian produce is not as loaded with banned in the west chemicals as Thailand. AQI likewise similar.
  10. Actually not. We just have to agree to raise tariffs. The U.K government decided against it. I have no argument against keeping people in work. But even if there was no impediment to subsidies or nationalisation, there will always be people arguing against it. In fact Nigel Farage stated that he doesn't believe in protectionism. So raising tariffs wouldn't be on the cards anyway...if one could believe him. Like everything there are good and bad sides to being part of the EU. So there should be more education as to what our membership of the EU entails. Even those supposedly representing us don't seem to have a clue. This should have all been done before the referendum. This is what is causing the polarisation. That is because many people feel that the result was based on lies and misinformation. Worse, if you are a Leaver, you are branded a racist. A Remainer, a lefty or worse. Leaving both sides frustrated. The referendum was a travesty and did the inherently fair British people a disservice.
  11. Borrow Sent from my SM-G920F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  12. I don't know anything about Australia but my first thoughts would be my son's education and future life chances.
  13. I wonder what @Rc2702 is up to these days. And if he's going to Madrid.
  14. Please, read the detail of amendement of the law Land Traffic Act (No. 12), 2562 before talking .... Section 12 The provisions of Section 141 of the Road Traffic Act, BE 2522, as amended by the Road Traffic Act (No. 11) BE 2559 and shall be replaced by the following Section 140/2 Section 140/3 http://www.ratchakitcha.soc.go.th/DATA/PDF/2562/A/067/T_0067.PDF
  15. I am an American and don't have a dog in this fight. But I like the Brits, particularly their self-effacing humor. So here goes: I predict there'll be another referendum in the UK - soon after the UK leaves the EU. In fact, to make it precise there'll be another referendum within two years of Brexit, after the British economy's done a 737 Max and Brits picking foodstuff out of garbage bins can stop long enough to tell pollsters exactly what they think post factum.
  16. VERY sexy indeed and offer a tremendous belly dance as well
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  18. Let them continue , no harm done . I personally need to get annoyed and infuriated at least one time a day
  19. 5k a pop, 10 Mill to have a kid? Got to be a wind up. Who in their right mind would want a kid at 58 years old? - the 'practice' yes, the result, no! How long do you think you're going to be around to look after that kid? 'and mostly interested in my money'..............not mostly, entirely! When you were 20, do you ever remember looking at 58 year old women and having 'strong sexual feelings' for them? Or for that matter, any feelings at all? If this is not a wind up, and I really think it has to be, the only thing she has any feelings at all for are your wallet and bank account. Please advise where I can buy whatever it is you've been smoking - I want some. Wakey wakey!!!
  20. The comparison is between Pele and Maradona owning World Cups and Messi bottling it. It must be a mental thing, but it has to be a black mark next to his name when considering the ATGs.
  21. Isn’t there some way to stop these ridiculous fake posts? On a more philosophical note, what drives people like the OP? There is no ad revenue to be made, he won’t dig up any interesting personal stories for which people might be shamed, so it does not seem like he’s fulfilling a need to troll. Is it his way of living out a fantasy? By sharing it out loud in a forum? No one with this much money, mediocre English, suggesting he is from South America knows so little about how to handle prostitutes.
  22. Another expert chimes in! This guy seems to be reasonably informed, other than he can't seem to get his billions and trillions straight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWGEKnZSOrY
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