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BANGKOK 23 February 2019 05:54
rooster59

Teacher survives smash "because he said his prayers"

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5 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

between KM markers 103 and 104.

I'll watch out for those markers as I'm cruising along at 89 kph.

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I have noticed they are having  TV ad campaign about road safety.  I wonder if it will help with the road statistics?  I think Thailand needs more mobile police patrols and start booking people for a whole range of offences from mobile phones, wrong lanes, indicating etc. I originally thought Thailand police couldnt afford alot of cars and just yesterday I saw a police BMW patrol car cruising past.

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It's of some concern when we have a teacher relying on mumbo jumbo.

 

And unless it was the spare, how could he possibly have collided with the rear wheel?

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5 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

Why is it that Thai Buddhist totally ignore what Budda said when he told his followers that when he died, do not pray to him because he was only a man and not a god, and their prayers would be wasted and to no avail? 

 

So the prayer only worked 95%. I have the Christian prayer for Immortality, lifetime guarantee. Only Bt 100.

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2 hours ago, jgarbo said:

One's faith must be pure. Call me for an assessment , only Bt100. 

Save me!

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I'm sure there have been others who said their prayers and died. How come we never hear from them?

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