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MaxYakov

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  1. You don't tell people not to do something. You make it physically impossible as well (or at least very, very difficult).
  2. You verified your window's (high floor) visibility on a website?! Which website was that?
  3. The holiday has the vehicular traffic very minimal and it shows in the overnight and late morning RTAQ readings:
  4. You wish! The RTAQ was still moderate or unhealthy for sensitive groups all weekend except for 1 hour of good (<50 21:00-2200 Sat. Night). I'm a cancer survivor from 2016 and probably won't survive a second encounter with it so one might say that I have a dog in this air pollution fight. A PM2.5/N95 mask - don't leave home without it (on).
  5. Bruno Ganz on the Hitler Parodies (Hat tip to impulse): RIP Mr. Ganz
  6. Yes, well. The aqicn.org (RTAQ) site has PM2.5 being either moderate or unhealthy for sensitive groups for the past 48 hours. AirVisual has it Good (< 50 AQI) only in Samut Prakan. Only in Rayong do I see some breathable (without a mask) "Good" air.
  7. Maybe only his time and his life. I'd give you odds that the motorbike operator contributed to his own demise in "motorbike-diseased" Thailand where they are dying like files (45 MB operators/passengers per day).
  8. What part about quoting out-of-context do you not understand (In your case let's make this a rhetorical question, shall we)? Anyway, good luck with your courageous law enforcement by risking personal life and limb. Be sure to keep us updated as to the quality of medical care you'll be receiving and from whom at what cost.
  9. Am probably nuts by now, but are you willing to go stand in front of (or anywhere near) a motorbike that has decided to use the sidewalk? I did not justify the motorbike's using the sidewalk, but you edited my post and took that sentence out of context making seem I had. The next time you decide to edit someone's post in a reply it's a good idea to indicate that action in your reply or in the quoted portion. Here's my entire post unedited: "The pedestrian should have gotten out of the way of the motorbike. Instead, he just stood there apparently willing to get hit. I'm not justifying the motorcyclists action - it was definitely assault. Attempted murder would have required some kind of "big bike". From "motorbike-infested Thailand" that tallies around 45 motorcyclist road kills/day, what does one expect?"
  10. The pedestrian should have gotten out of the way of the motorbike. Instead, he just stood there apparently willing to get hit. I'm not justifying the motorcyclists action - it was definitely assault. Attempted murder would have required some kind of "big bike". From "motorbike-infested Thailand" that tallies around 45 motorcyclist road kills/day, what does one expect?
  11. He would have to fight Nancy Pelosi and hundreds if not thousands of politicians that somehow benefitting from having open borders with minimal deportation. Not a concern in Thailand because here, apparently, the potential votes from illegal aliens have not been an issue for several years.
  12. And then, after that, refuse to let them back onto the streets.
  13. Not to mention that nobody is around to pull a sidewalk motorbike operator off the bike and beat the crap out of him.
  14. So how many times can one apply for amnesty? Is there going to be some kind of multiple-90-day amnesty report available?
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