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7 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

Sorry, but I think they do. The official Songkran holiday would have been Monday 13 April to Wednesday 15 April, however many Thais would have headed home on Saturday 11 April and stayed with their families for the full week returning on Sunday 18 April. Therefore, ALL the Provinces listed do fall within this alcohol banning period.

the majority of the bans listed either end 30th april or haven't had a confirmed a return date

 

even taking into account your end date of 18th april, most of the banned days don't relate to songkran

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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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1 minute ago, CGW said:

They who must be obeyed? others have made that mistake in the past, mere weeks ago anything the Thai "government" said was questioned, what has changed within the "government" that we should now accept that what they are doing is for our own good?

 As a foreigner, disobeying the Thai government is not recommended, but it's your choice.

 

Before you go ahead and try, Thailand is in a state of emergency, where normal rights have been suspended.

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3 minutes ago, tropo said:

 As a foreigner, disobeying the Thai government is not recommended, but it's your choice.

 

Before you go ahead and try, Thailand is in a state of emergency, where normal rights have been suspended.

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2 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

If I remember correctly, you observed you were posting more with enforced isolation, to the dismay of your opponents on TV. I then suggested you should not confuse quality with quantity. That did not appeal to your sense of humor. Big deal.

You've then come back with a series of insults, and I've returned the favor. When you're in a hole, it's best to stop digging.

Perhaps you have been on TV so long you now consider yourself an authority and moral arbiter. If you think that makes any difference to me, you are sadly mistaken.

 

 

I suppose you were bored and wanted to start a flame fest by getting personal... and by the looks of it you will not stop anytime soon. You were the one suggesting you're the authority and arbiter of quality posting, touting your likes as proof.

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5 minutes ago, Denim said:

Still available in the boonies of Petchabun despite the ban.

 

I knew those freemason handshakes at the back door would come in useful one day.

Freely available in Chiang Rai. Big C was running a Thai whisky promotion, judging by the eye candy.

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1 hour ago, transam said:

It raises the risk of zillions of small businesses going bust and not being able to eat......The Police should take care of naughty folk...

I tend to agree with you as many o many o mom and pop shops sell alcohol and make ends meat by doing it. Letting the police deal with the naughty folk is exactly what I told my friends and family. Ridiculous. 

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1 minute ago, tropo said:

I suppose you were bored and wanted to start a flame fest by getting personal... and by the looks of it you will not stop anytime soon. You were the one suggesting you're the authority and arbiter of quality posting, touting your likes as proof.

On the contrary, I'm stopping now because I have other things to do. Bye.

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11 minutes ago, CGW said:

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Let me know how you go when you decide to disobey the law here. You will discover what is in your best interests. I can save you the trouble - you don't have much in the way of rights in Thailand.

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1 minute ago, Lacessit said:

On the contrary, I'm stopping now because I have other things to do. Bye.

Sure, so I'll catch you later when you have nothing to do?

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5 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

I tend to agree with you as many o many o mom and pop shops sell alcohol and make ends meat by doing it. Letting the police deal with the naughty folk is exactly what I told my friends and family. Ridiculous. 

And what of all the other thousands of "mom and pop" stores in Thailand that have closed up shop because they no longer can sell their wares?

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31 minutes ago, cyril sneer said:

the majority of the bans listed either end 30th april or haven't had a confirmed a return date

 

even taking into account your end date of 18th april, most of the banned days don't relate to songkran

I just have this nasty feeling that after the end of April, the ban will be extended. 

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