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Thailand to lift alcohol sales ban on Sunday

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Please god, let it be. 

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1 hour ago, DLock said:

Personally I could care less.

 

However, I did enjoy the triggered Thai Visa posts over the past few days.

How much less could you care?  Don't keep us in suspense too long.  I'll have to drink my way through the tension!

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Some general have soon new watch .:clap2:

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13 minutes ago, jimn said:

How is that relevant? Alcohol is a small part of their business.

this is your answer.

 

6 minutes ago, Nsp64 said:

The proposed ban was never going to happen.

It was a threat to get the breweries in line after prayut sent them a letter asking for the top 20 to  chip in.

He got rebuffed so gave them a hint of what could happen.

Chip in or lose a hell of a lot more. 

 

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2 hours ago, SteezyP said:

Oh my! But why do I still have lingering doubts? What could change between now and Sunday!

 

     Just do not believe , what you read .

       Fake news , again and again ...

 

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1 minute ago, NCC1701A said:

this is your answer.

 

 

Might be true, sounds like pure speculation to me. Again where is the source of that information? Until its provided it remains rumour.

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11 minutes ago, GeorgeCross said:

 

all the worlds weed smokers feel like this..

 

alcoholics just joined us for a 20 days and lost their sh!t 🤣

 

Do you mean weed addicts? Otherwise, the comparison is between weed smokers and alcohol drinkers (not alcoholics). Substance abuse is a whole other issue.

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4 minutes ago, 2 is 1 said:

Some general have soon new watch .:clap2:

Wrong guy lol

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19 minutes ago, jimn said:

How is that relevant? Alcohol is a small part of their business.

But it gets people in the door to buy other stuff 

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2 hours ago, SteezyP said:

Oh my! But why do I still have lingering doubts? What could change between now and Sunday!

The World

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Just now, ThailandRyan said:

But it gets people in the door to buy other stuff 

Like tonic water?

 

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9 minutes ago, lamyai3 said:

No it wasn't, and it never has been. Only days alcohol sales are banned are official Buddha holidays and election days. Best to quit while you're behind. 

It was and you are behind in your history knowledge. Bars were closed on Dec 5th, I know because I used to own one. Let's just agree to disagree. 

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10 minutes ago, jimn said:

Might be true, sounds like pure speculation to me. Again where is the source of that information? Until its provided it remains rumour.

Notice in the Royal Thai Gazette.

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33 minutes ago, jimn said:

How is that relevant? Alcohol is a small part of their business.

Makro and 7-11 are owned by CP.
Many small shops buy their booze from Makro.

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