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  1. Thanks for the update, Stocky, and please keep 'em coming. Not much to report from out here in the sticks of Ranode, Songkhla. I think there are a lot of people acting crazier than normal, but that's about it. I guess it is always kinda like that our here in the sticks, where the demographic tends to be losers, elderly and children because all of the hard-working, young people go off to work in Bangkok, Phuket, etc. On a personal note, I am able to post here with Firefox once again so maybe I'll be contributing more often, although my days of 'moderating in moderation' have come to an unceremonious end. I did notice the people in Muang Ngam (SinghaNakhorn District) are protesting yet another seawall project like the horrific money-wasting affront to nature up here....but of course now is not the best of times to protest of hold public hearings. We got some pretty hard rain here last night and didn't see it coming since the Satingphra radar has been down since Songkran (or what should have been Songkhla). Anyway, just checking and and hope everyone is well.
  2. I've had a trip planned for the big city for awhile' gotta get the car serviced and take my elderly mother-in-law to PSU Hospital for a check up. I called ahead to my favorite whisky supplier, who told me there has been a disruption in the supply chain incoming from Malaysia and that many of their staple brands were out of stock. We still have a lot of shopping to get done and just wonder how this is affecting trade [are shops and restaurants open?], traffic and the god-awful parking situation downtown. Also, are all the massage places closed? Is Makro well supplied? Is is crowded? Any info much appreciated. Up here in the sticks it's all pretty quiet and laid back, but there are still tons of teens joyriding around town on motorbikes -- much more than ever before. I assume this'll be a regional phenomenon. Anyway, since so many of us have more free time on our hands than normal, please feel free to write in regarding the situation in your locale...
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