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  1. Just disgusting. They are directly responsible and complicit in how many deaths and how many millions of baht in medical expenses, not to mention all of the pain and suffering people endured? And they only get fired? Talk about having connections.
  2. Well, Trump's big supporters and enablers seem to understand him best, it would seem... "I think he's a kook," Sen. Lindsey Graham said of Trump. "I think he's crazy. I think he's unfit for office." "Donald Trump is a delusional narcissist and an orange-faced windbag," Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said. "Whatever lie he's telling, at that minute he believes it ... the man is utterly amoral," Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said of Trump.
  3. Trump is being excoriated by anyone and everyone that actually knows something, unlike the incel sycophants that drool over his every illucid, unAmerican uttering. And now this absolutely scathing op-ed by John Allen, president of the Brookings Institution, a retired U.S. Marine Corps 4-star general and former commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces in Afghanistan. https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/06/03/trump-military-george-floyd-protests/
  4. They have to protect the only sector of the population that pays any taxes, though how excusing 90% of the taxes is going to help the government is beyond me. I'd imagine that most of the people helped by this don't even need the help.
  5. Did he issue this vow while cowering in fear in the White House basement? It immediately reminds me of a photo of Saddam when they caught him cowering in a hole in the ground.
  6. I went to the International Hospital on Samui the other day for a skin issue. Saw a dermatologist and was prescribed several medications, which she warned me were expensive because they were imported. All in all, a 5-day supply of these medications was almost 10,000 baht at the hospital's pharmacy. Expensive indeed. There's a local pharmacy in Maenam whose owner is an MD. Very nice lady, has always seemed very smart whenever I've interacted with her. Speaks very good English. A friend took photos of my prescriptions and showed them to her. She knew immediately what my problem was from the prescriptions. If I had gotten the drugs from her, same drugs, it would have cost around 500 baht. That's just too much of a difference. Is there somewhere that I can report this? Is this kind of a ripoff in drug pricing still allowed? I thought that they 'dealt' with that recently.
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