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52 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Inane. Beyond inane. And very inconsistent policy from the hapless army. Why now, as the cases are starting to flatten out? The people are home, most are bored, what is the harm in granting the people a beer?

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They are running out of ideas to make all of this more miserable

Ready set go... 10 days 😉 

Less alchohol during the Songkran period, with or without water fights will reduce socialising, and if it is only for 10 days, as in some places, not so bad. It's the danger of the ten days becoming a

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Its a good idea to ban alcohol sales in Thailand and I personally welcome it. 🤞

 

I say this because I have returned to Germany with my Thai family where the beer flows like water, costs about 10 THB per pint and is delivered to your door by the crate. 🍻

 

Here we will drink our way through the Coronavirus Crisis then sober up once it is over. 👯‍♀️

 

After that we will return to Thailand where (because of the ban) there will be massive stockpiles of cheap beer available to celebrate our return.🍾

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12 hours ago, Fatman666 said:

Exactly, my mom shop confirmed me today, i dont need to worry for my daily 4-6 big Chang are safed for the next days maybe next weeks. But only take away and drink at home. So nothing happened here in Bangkok. Dont worry, be happy and enjoy ur social distancing at home.

 

 

I am happy.

 

A good friend owns a Mom and Pop alcohol shop (no problems for refills), my wife runs a noodle stall and is about 30 metres away during the day, and at night we sit outside and drink at home or the next door neighbours, our 15 year old son is in his room most of the day, plus we live in rural Khampaeng Phet which is Covid-19 free at the moment.

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20 hours ago, MaiDong said:

I've become bored of beer recently, so I'll just use this as an opportunity to give it up for a while, we're all getting fatter now anyway... 

"we're all getting fatter now anyway..."  Speak for yourself, I have lost 2 Ks since the lockdown.

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20 hours ago, CLW said:

When will this garbled mess of different provincial rules finally stop? I thought Thailand has a central government.

Whom or what does this nonsense any good except causing confusion...

Yes, every authority makes up their own rules. This is Thailand. The members of the "scared of your own shadow" brigade must be having a hard time of it these days. 😀

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Said on here previously that there will be food riots eventually with this lockdown and the money starts running out, I think my prediction will be wrong. there will be alcohol riots and then food riots - or maybe steal the food as an afterthought

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21 hours ago, mickymouse1 said:

Highly intelligent,  now everyone will rush to stock up . How rational!!!!

Or just go to the little shop in one of the nearby soi.

Hope they have stocked up.

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35 minutes ago, Muzzique said:

Its a good idea to ban alcohol sales in Thailand and I personally welcome it. 🤞

 

I say this because I have returned to Germany with my Thai family where the beer flows like water, costs about 10 THB per pint and is delivered to your door by the crate. 🍻

 

Here we will drink our way through the Coronavirus Crisis then sober up once it is over. 👯‍♀️

 

After that we will return to Thailand where (because of the ban) there will be massive stockpiles of cheap beer available to celebrate our return.🍾

Why do you welcome it in LOS for us....?  🤔

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