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A funeral round corner from me has been taking place the past 6 nights, so assume again tonight will be last time...over 100 people, hardly anyone masked, sharing drinks and plates of food all gathered closely around tables and way after 10 pm...curfew...what curfew???

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11 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

I guess the virus sleeps during the day so it is safe to go out then?

Got to go out sometime... buying supplies etc.

But people stuffed themselves with evening/nighttime parties!

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13 hours ago, NightSky said:

They need to use a big stick to get anything done here since no one gives a hoot about the rules usually.

Nothing to lose but your chains.

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6 minutes ago, digger70 said:

How's that possible , they aren't suppose to be outside during curfew hrs aren't they?  

So why are the Police out during curfew? Normally they are Never  about . so now there's a curfew  they pop up like Mushrooms. Only happens in Thailand  😜

Another ridiculous reply purely trolling.

The police/military are exempt.

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1 minute ago, Don Mega said:

Another ridiculous reply purely trolling.

The police/military are exempt.

Why in the name of Satan you call this Trolling? No one told me that they are exempt. You could've told me that instead of telling me that this is trolling . If you can't be civil Please Be Quiet. 😇

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Just how many generals does Thailand have? All posing for pictures it is a wonder there is any room in the newspapers for news.

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1 minute ago, Dazinoz said:

How very true. A post on Facebook the other day about people out buying takeaway. One lady posted "stay at home and cook at home folks". I replied with people still need to go out and buy food to cook. Her reply was "you should have bought freezer and stocked up". 

 

 

I cannot fault her logic as I have loaded my freezer to the brim, my spare room is packed full of noodles, rice, tinned foods,  bottles of water, beer, whiskey, soda water, non perishable goods etc etc etc...basically enough to not have to leave the house for a month or two.

 

she does not understand many many people are not in a position to do this though.

 

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3 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

I cannot fault her logic as I have loaded my freezer to the brim, my spare room is packed full of noodles, rice, tinned foods,  bottles of water, beer, whiskey, soda water, non perishable goods etc etc etc...basically enough to not have to leave the house for a month or two.

 

she does not understand many many people are not in a position to do this though.

 

I can not fault it too but basically she suggested I should have bought one before.

 

And you are right about not everyone in the position to do. I could but do not want to buy anything like this as I am planning to get out Thailand when I can. Not because of the virus as I think rules are stricter back home in Oz.

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5 minutes ago, Dazinoz said:

I can not fault it too but basically she suggested I should have bought one before.

 

And you are right about not everyone in the position to do. I could but do not want to buy anything like this as I am planning to get out Thailand when I can. Not because of the virus as I think rules are stricter back home in Oz.

I moved back here July last year and one of my first purchases was a tucker box freezer.

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11 hours ago, ParkerN said:

If you get caught, do you have to get a haircut like this guy? fate worse than death...

A cop told me a couple of years ago that Prayut has ordered all the police to have to have haircuts like that to look smart and military-like.

 

And he said that a lot of undercover work had to stop because all the criminals could recognise the cops now.... 

 

I don't know whether Prayut has any good ideas, but the mandatory short haircuts for police is not one of his best.

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6 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

I moved back here July last year and one of my first purchases was a tucker box freezer.

I actually steered clear of a feezer because of the power outages we were having. Now, the reason I posted above.

 

Always had a freezer in Oz.

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2 minutes ago, Ketyo said:

A cop told me a couple of years ago that Prayut has ordered all the police to have to have haircuts like that to look smart and military-like.

 

And he said that a lot of undercover work had to stop because all the criminals could recognise the cops now.... 

 

I don't know whether Prayut has any good ideas, but the mandatory short haircuts for police is not one of his best.

Was military and always will be.

 

I remember when he was first "elected" prime minister he chucked "hissy fits" because not all his parliament jumped to his orders.

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How many Thais can, realistically, cough-up (pardon the expression) a 40k fine? I think we know who this level of fine is targeting (probably already been pointed out).

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