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5 minutes ago, glennb6 said:

Remember Purachai back in the taxin days? Anutin must be trying to out-do him.

 

If the govt declares the bars in Pattaya must shut down, stick a fork in it and say goodnight. Property prices will crash, businesses will close and throw people out of work, and crime will increase. Maybe half the locals can take up rice farming again...

 

I can't believe this is even being considered an option.

That was way back in 2001, I remember it well, Purachai Piumsombun AKA "Cotton Mather".

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22 minutes ago, glennb6 said:

Remember Purachai back in the taxin days? Anutin must be trying to out-do him.

 

If the govt declares the bars in Pattaya must shut down, stick a fork in it and say goodnight. Property prices will crash, businesses will close and throw people out of work, and crime will increase. Maybe half the locals can take up rice farming again...

 

I can't believe this is even being considered an option. Govt MIGHT be able to pull this off for a few days or a couple weeks, but if it's longer or indefinite, forget about it.

"...and crime will increaseand crime will increase"

 

hmm, most probably nothing left to be pinched = not interesting anymore for gangs, touts, governmental and local figures

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