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Alcohol is essential because like beauty products it also makes our wives look beautifull and at half the price.

It makes the governors feel like big men having big control. Inflated ego syndrome..

LOL. Can it be worse than it already is? That boat sailed weeks ago...   I get it, some of you need your alcohol, but let's be logical about this. The only items that are able to be purchase

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53 minutes ago, vogie said:

It is not up to anyone else to tell other people how to run their lives, nor is it up to other people to pass judgement on other people just because they don't live their lives as you do. It's called freedom of choice, some people may not want to drink every day, but it is nice to have that choice if they so wish to.

I am not saying when people should drink or when they shouldn't, that is up to them, as long as the don't cause me any problems.

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2 hours ago, TPI said:

Where's Phrae? 2 x boxes of Leo can only last so long!

The ban is nationwide = 77 provinces,but the dates differ.

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1 hour ago, Max69xl said:

The ban is nationwide = 77 provinces,but the dates differ.

I've heard if you are caught transporting liquor from an "alcohol OK" area into an "alcohol banned" area, you face heavy fines, possible jail time, and you will be forced to listen to 4 hours of PM videos.

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19 hours ago, RocketDog said:

It's totally OK for you not to drink at all. Relax, nobody is threatening your rights. 

 

It's also totally OK for people to drink in moderation, or to get staggeringly drunk in their own homes.  This is not a question of logic or morality, but one of personal choice. 

 

What is not OK is for others to dictate what I choose to consume as long as I don't harm others in the act. 

 

I'll take this opportunity to again remind people that it is exceedingly easy to use any of a large variety of fruits in Thailand to brew your own brandy. A glass jar and a few days is all it takes. Yeast will do the rest. May the gods bless their tiny besotted souls. 

 

Incidentally, a wide variety of animals, including many insects are drawn to consume rotting fruit. Many monkies get noticeably drunk on such finds. Why is that do you suppose?

 

It's safe to assume this to be acceptable behavior in the animal community at large, maybe even essential. Or perhaps they are simply more tolerant creatures than man. 

Actually, in these of threads, it's not OK to be a non-drinker. Miserable drunks prefer the company of other miserable drunks.

 

It's perfectly OK for the Chonburi governor to take away your right to buy alcohol in a state of emergency. That's really the subject here. I'm sure most drunks have stocked up and will be OK for a month or two.

 

The problem is not old and miserable expats who imbibe in the comfort of their home. What's not OK is for immature young Thai people to have parties and form groups. Most people know that young people and alcohol don't go well together, especially in a party town like Pattaya.

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Just found this from khaosod, it is a list of all the provinces with the dates of the ban. What I'm not sure of is Chonburi where it states alcohol is banned untill the 30th, however it does mention sales allowed between the hours mentioned. Confused.Screenshot_2020-04-13-14-39-34-356.thumb.jpeg.0122e6d7de3f5dcf05dbcf816c7cbd4d.jpeg

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59 minutes ago, tropo said:

Actually, in these of threads, it's not OK to be a non-drinker. Miserable drunks prefer the company of other miserable drunks.

 

It's perfectly OK for the Chonburi governor to take away your right to buy alcohol in a state of emergency. That's really the subject here. I'm sure most drunks have stocked up and will be OK for a month or two.

 

The problem is not old and miserable expats who imbibe in the comfort of their home. What's not OK is for immature young Thai people to have parties and form groups. Most people know that young people and alcohol don't go well together, especially in a party town like Pattaya.

Are you drunk.....? 🤔

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9 hours ago, DJ54 said:

Udon Thani not on list but keep hearing alcohol is banned...

Indeed! no warning - they just banned it, doesn't particularly bother me, but they could have at least told people, though I guess when you have a prison population you have no need to be pleasant with them!

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Just now, tropo said:

No, but I'm sure you are.

Doubt it, can't buy beer..........😋

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1 minute ago, transam said:

Doubt it, can't buy beer..........😋

LOL. You stocked up for 3 months at least.

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