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2 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Please refrain from tipping officials and breaking the law. It makes life for the rest of us foreigners harder. 

See, you couldn´t show me that either. The rules and laws that I talk about I can show you. Just babbling per usual, no substance, no facts. Just the need to babble.

 

What law am I breaking? Show me.

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1 minute ago, Matzzon said:

You must have a big problem. I will send you a PM next time I go to Immigration and invite you and your camera.

I have a big problem..................🤣

 

With your attitude you would not get me within a 100 yards of you and your stuff. I will repeat, you are a hypocrite, and when you come back on here telling folk how squeaky clean you are I will be there to point out you bung uniforms...

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4 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

See, you couldn´t show me that either. The rules and laws that I talk about I can show you. Just babbling per usual, no substance, no facts. Just the need to babble.

 

What law am I breaking? Show me.

No tipping. It’s illegal. Stop breaking the law.

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11 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

No tipping. It’s illegal. Stop breaking the law.

Yes, when you enter the country through a checkpoint it is, hence the signs. It´s not illegal to walk away from your change when given to you in an Immigration office.

Again, show me that law.

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6 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

Yes, when you enter the country through a checkpoint it is, hence the signs. It´s not illegal to walk away from your change when given to you in an Immigration office.

Again, show me that law.

Don’t cherry pick which laws to abide by. Tipping is illegal. 

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10 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Don’t cherry pick which laws to abide by. Tipping is illegal. 

No bribing is illegal. Tipping is not. Last time, show me the law that backs up you stance.
 

Maybe you can ask your companion @transam for help. Doubt he can find it either.

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1 minute ago, Matzzon said:

No bribing is illegal. Tipping is not. Last time, show me the law that backs up you stance.
 

Maybe you can ask your companion @transam for help. Doubt he can find it either.

Keep digging your hole......

I do not have any companions in this thread, just replying to a hypocrite who has tripped himself up.... 🙄

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4 hours ago, Matzzon said:

No bribing is illegal. Tipping is not. Last time, show me the law that backs up you stance.
 

Maybe you can ask your companion @transam for help. Doubt he can find it either.

Paying more than the set amount is illegal. It’s a bribe. No tips. 

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18 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Paying more than the set amount is illegal. It’s a bribe. No tips. 

Ok, show me the law that states that then, and do not repeat yourself like a parrot without facts to back it up.

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3 minutes ago, huberthammer said:

As I get older I seem to get more patient and tolerant. However, after 15 pages which are more than half full of your same point over and over again I slowly start to lose these new found virtues. Can you find a new hobby please and remove yourself from the Samui forum? I am sure I am not the only one who is bored to death by your manure.

That´s what a forum is about. Different opinions! If you do not find the patients to deal with that, its more kind of your problem than mine.

If nobody post a reply, that says the same over and over, I do not have to repeat myself either.

 

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The blob on his face was of very bad taste and shows how some officials openly manifest their xenophobia towards farangs.

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On 10/14/2019 at 2:52 PM, cornishcarlos said:

 

2 or 3 days you could possibly put down to bad memory... 

14 days ?? Seems intentional to me....

There's no such thing as bad memory in Thailand.

 

Unless you are a thai who has borrowed money from a farang...

 

Or a politician whose reneging on election promises...

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6 hours ago, observer90210 said:

The blob on his face was of very bad taste and shows how some officials openly manifest their xenophobia towards farangs.

Some places it would be tantamount to racial discrimination. 

 

But hey, TIT.

The land where men delight in dressing up as women. 

TV shows with silly noise effects that seem to mesmerize people. 

A day time semi active, semi casual police force. (Scared of the dark)

Selective fining, mainly farang.

(Discrimination again?)

 

MY country. 

MY laws.

 

And they wonder why people are looking elsewhere. 

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