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Welcome to the dark side of thai culture, total hindbrain function just like on the roads.  RIP.  poor soul.  So not required.  Is there no other option.  Be careful you could be next.

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Yinn, you’ve transliterated ‘special’... what Spidermike is getting at with ‘special’ is also referred to as the ‘little prince syndrome’.   Many of us have witnessed this in Thailand (and m

Loss of face over a washing line?    Whatever next for these small minded individuals?  

Well, I guess that argument was settled. What can one say? There are an awful lot of people here who have not developed sufficiently, on an emotional level. Especially a portion of Thai men. It has al

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1 minute ago, ta158 said:

AUS population 25 million- 203 murders = 0.80 murder per 100,000 people.

 

UK population 67 million- 726 murders= 1.08 murder per 100,000 people.

 

Canada population 37 million- 651 murders = 1.75 murder per 100,000 people.

 

USA population 325 million- 17,000 murders= 5.23 murder per 100,000 people.

 

TH at least 3,000 gun murders in 2016 = 4.51 murder per 100,000 people, if you all all forms of murder 4,000 - 4,500 murders = 5.88 - 6.61

 

So it happened 203 times in Australia...  Kind of makes my first point.

 

And it happens less in countries that can be described as socialistic states with adequate safety nets for the poor.  Which is why the USA fails so miserably.

 

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Time to invest in a washmachine, surveillance cameras, and pitbull with aids or rabies.

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

Shocking CCTV footage from a housing estate in Ayuthaya showed the moment a 56 year old Thai man murdered his 57 year old next door neighbor by driving a car straight into him.

When the "red mist" rises Thais seem to do some very sickening acts, in that split second of pure rage they screw up the rest of their lives and that of their families!

I hope he enjoys the rest of his life in jail reflecting on his in-excusable actions!

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13 hours ago, Aussiepeter said:

I am sorry Yinn, but after living in Thailand for over twenty-five years, learning to speak all three dialects of Thai near perfectly and, learning to read and write Thai - (I said near-perfect, but not fluent, as I can never be a native speaker) - you are completely wrong this time. I worked with both the Thai army (RTA) and the border patrol (Tor Chor Dor) as a visiting army Officer for six years in the 1990's. They all called me "tahaan bok, lop pee-set" which translated loosely means "army, special forces". I never ever felt offended by this. Both Mr Smith and Spider-man are absolutely correct in their summing up of Thai men. I have many Thai male friends, but almost none of them are mature mentally and my wife has a CMU educated hi-so best friend whose Thai-Chinese husband is "a class act" himself. If you do not understand the expression "a class act," then I, too, was being sarcastic. Nobody and I repeat nobody in the "real world" would even consider murdering anyone, or driving over someone, just because their washing was taking up too much space in the Soi or because their cooking stinks. The Thai man in this case just "lost it, Thai-male style" ! Just as the others have said - women are not clever and men are not strong. Everyone is an individual, however in Thailand, men behave like little boys well over 60% of the time, "because they can" and are almost never punished at all, for often terrible crimes. Just look at the red Bull guy, or the policeman/politician's son Duangtawan, who allegedly shot a man dead in cold blood in a disco in Bangkok, in full view of 600 people, including several farang witnesses. He ran away, with 'daddy' (or someone) providing him with dozens of one-use mobile phones, until the heat died down over a year later. It is a sad reflection on their poor up-bringing and, a sad reflection on your totally failed society. I know you are biased Yinn because you are Thai, but I still wonder sometimes how you won POY, over NCC ! (Cheers) 

I totally agree..... Especially the POTY bit....That was disastrously amazing...🤔

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I firmly believe the actions of this man make the Thai acceptance of noise and pollution understandable! 😱

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23 hours ago, transam said:

Are you blind....................?

 

PS. Daftest post of the week..............🙄

no, but the motorist may have been.

 

that clothesline is view blocking of passing cars and also hard to see someone standing behind it in full clothing.

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11 minutes ago, fhickson said:

no, but the motorist may have been.

 

that clothesline is view blocking of passing cars and also hard to see someone standing behind it in full clothing.

The guy has has already admitted that he intentionally drove over the guy, 8 years of constant feuding over small issues ( washing line outside, cooking smells etc ) caused him to see red for a split second and took his “ revenge “.

 The guy took the kids to football practice, abandoned the car, walked around Future Park for a couple of hours contemplating what he had done then called his daughter to collect him and went to the Ayutthaya police.

 

A snap decision that possibly has ruined his life !!

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1 hour ago, fhickson said:

no, but the motorist may have been.

 

that clothesline is view blocking of passing cars and also hard to see someone standing behind it in full clothing.

What, like a parked car or truck....?   Gawd....🙄

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