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18 hours ago, Isaanbiker said:

Everybody who's from an English speaking country is regarding your post a bad person, not worth to talk to or even look at them?

You said that Not me . So why are you calling me a racist?I never said anything racist to you or about anyone .You are the one  who's  saying that about me. all I said we like piece and quiet. I didn't say what race or colour. In the name of Satan AMEN.   😂

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52 minutes ago, digger70 said:

You said that Not me . So why are you calling me a racist?I never said anything racist to you or about anyone .You are the one  who's  saying that about me. all I said we like piece and quiet. I didn't say what race or colour. In the name of Satan AMEN.   😂

Maybe you should take a look at your post and what you wrote. 

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4 minutes ago, Max69xl said:

Maybe you should take a look at your post and what you wrote. 

I did ,,,,  that's why I wrote the last reply,,,,,Don't reply I am not interested in your insinuations.

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21 hours ago, Isaanbiker said:

Here's what you wrote:

 

    "Count yourself lucky not to have to put up wit a lot of english speaking expats. where we are there are only a few and we don't see /talk to them  , except one .Peace and quiet."

 

   

 You seem to be a racist who doesn't like people from English speaking countries?

 

"We don't see/ talk to them?" That might be your own opinion, but you can't speak for others.

 

  I am considering that most expats in the area are from English speaking countries, but you decided that these people aren't worth talking to them? 

 

  Everybody who's from an English speaking country is regarding your post a bad person, not worth to talk to or even look at them?

 

  You don't have to be friends with everybody, but you have to accept other nationalities.

 

If you don't understand that, then it's your problem. 

 

 I'm glad that I don't have to "put up with people like you." ( using your words).

 

  Thank you very much for your kind consideration. Good day.

 

 

   

 

 

Just to point somethings out....

 

1. You can't be racist by way of language. That is a nonsense comment you made..

 

2. The post you quoted did not mention anything about other people speaking or not speaking to every one. It even said that there is one guy that he talks too. That is a nonsense comment you made.

 

3. The post you quoted said there are only a few expats there and that they don't see them. Not that they don't want to see them. Another nonsense comment you made.

 

4. The post you quoted said nothing about not accepting others. In fact, if you read it correctly and read between the lines  the post shows he does accept them but maybe does not get on with them so chooses to stay away. Good idea. Saves the prospect of conflict. So another nonsense comment you made.

 

All in all you have totally misread the post. What is wrong with someone wanting to be in a quiet place away from things? Why not ask those that need English speakers near them ,why?

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13 minutes ago, puchooay said:

Just to point somethings out....

 

1. You can't be racist by way of language. That is a nonsense comment you made..

 

2. The post you quoted did not mention anything about other people speaking or not speaking to every one. It even said that there is one guy that he talks too. That is a nonsense comment you made.

 

3. The post you quoted said there are only a few expats there and that they don't see them. Not that they don't want to see them. Another nonsense comment you made.

 

4. The post you quoted said nothing about not accepting others. In fact, if you read it correctly and read between the lines  the post shows he does accept them but maybe does not get on with them so chooses to stay away. Good idea. Saves the prospect of conflict. So another nonsense comment you made.

 

All in all you have totally misread the post. What is wrong with someone wanting to be in a quiet place away from things? Why not ask those that need English speakers near them ,why?

"Count yourself lucky not to have to put up wit a lot of english speaking expats."

What does this comment sound like in your ears? You're the one who should read better.

 

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23 hours ago, Max69xl said:

Together with the chicks from Buriram. 

But in buriram they have biggest tits 😅

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On 10/6/2019 at 11:51 AM, kenk24 said:

There are many places in Thailand that are quite nice... country people are great. Learn to speak the language and customs and you will have the time of your life...

 

But, why Sisaket? That doesn't sound too normal... 

The OP partner own a land here, as usual 

 

Post 15 = ''Thanks mate, my partner has land at a village called Lomsak just out of Khukan off the Sisaket road.''

 

I wonder if building a house is on the way or not yet

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11 minutes ago, kingofthemountain said:

The OP partner own a land here, as usual 

 

Post 15 = ''Thanks mate, my partner has land at a village called Lomsak just out of Khukan off the Sisaket road.''

 

I wonder if building a house is on the way or not yet

I hope he'll finish the house before getting suicidal. 🙄

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54 minutes ago, Max69xl said:

"Count yourself lucky not to have to put up wit a lot of english speaking expats."

What does this comment sound like in your ears? You're the one who should read better.

 

It sounds like someone who is happy with their environment.

 

I have read the post once more and cannot see anywhere any comments about being racist, not liking everyone, not speaking to everyone, not accepting others and all that. Please point me in the right direction of something that I have missed.

 

To quote only half of what someone says, when the other half goes on to explain in a little more detail, is nothing less than selective reading to try to change the slant of the content.

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1 hour ago, Max69xl said:

I hope he'll finish the house before getting suicidal. 🙄

I hope too

i have managed to stay 5 years lost in the sticks

i was the only farang in a small thai village at 50 kms from a medium city

a nice experience in immersion but i have prefered leave before dying of boredom.

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1 hour ago, Max69xl said:

 before getting suicidal. 

The OP sounds quite down to earth and happy.

 

I'm sure he'll be fine, unless he gets someone like you moving in next door.😆

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I am also concerned about this as I will be moving upcountry in a few years to retire. Where I will be there are very few foreigners and no real neutral place to meet up such as a bar-cum-restaurant, so I will probably just wing it. Luckily, however, I am fluent in Thai so at least if I can't have conversations in English, I will not be cut off from all conversation with others. However, I do like a natter in English every now but what I will not do is invite any foreigner back to my home until I really get to know him/her. There could be nothing so awkward as inviting someone to your home a few times for a natter and a coffee only to realize you actually don't like them and want nothing more to do with them. How would you go about giving them the hint that they should not bother dropping in again and are never to darken your doorstep again?     

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41 minutes ago, youreavinalaff said:

The OP sounds quite down to earth and happy.

 

I'm sure he'll be fine, unless he gets someone like you moving in next door.😆

I am not that stupid moving to Sisaket. I think I know a bit more about living out in the sticks than the OP does. 

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