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Hua Hin: Hotel pool villas razed to the ground after sparks fly from burning fields - 160 million baht damage in repeat of last year

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11 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

its not my house everything is fine here.

 

i just get the occasional rock through the window. 

Are you sure its a rock 🤔

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21 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

its not my house everything is fine here.

 

i just get the occasional rock through the window. 

Yes we know it's not your house but thanks for telling us all

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

The farmers burn the sugar cane every year.

Some rich folk building a resort nearby ain't gonna stop 'em.

 

Maybe 'thatch' isn't the right roofing material to use here.

Thais are driving drunk all year long. If you have an accident with a drunk driver, it´s your fault?

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They are not supposed to burn their fields. Not just because of fire hazards, but due to pollution. They need to be sued for all they are worth, particularly if they are part of the big business sugar conglomerates.

 

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20 minutes ago, CNXexpat said:

Thais are driving drunk all year long. If you have an accident with a drunk driver, it´s your fault?

Easier to modify your behaviour, than to try and modify the locals behaviour IMHO.

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1 hour ago, colinneil said:

Just another example of bloody ignorant farmers, who dont give a s++t about neighbours.

Unless it was a naturally caused fire. 

 

The article in the link stated that the land was abandoned, not cultivated, and didn't say that it was deliberate or caused by farmers burning their fields.  It did say that forensic police were investigating the cause in view of the previous similar fire which doesn't suggest "bloody ignorant farmers who don't give a s++t about neighbours", to use your words.

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

The farmers burn the sugar cane every year.

Some rich folk building a resort nearby ain't gonna stop 'em.

The Sanook link in the OP says that the land is abandoned, not cultivated. 

 

Including the link in the OP isn't going to stop some folk from reading it, though.

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4 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Unless it was a naturally caused fire. 

 

The article in the link stated that the land was abandoned, not cultivated, and didn't say that it was deliberate or caused by farmers burning their fields.  It did say that forensic police were investigating the cause in view of the previous similar fire which doesn't suggest "bloody ignorant farmers who don't give a s++t about neighbours", to use your words.

You must be in need of new glasses, it clearly states in the OP the fire came from burning fields.

Instead of trying to make me look stupid, as you do in many threads, you need to read slowly/ and correctly.

Or should we excuse you on the fact English is not your forst language?

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34 minutes ago, KhunKenAP said:

They are not supposed to burn their fields. Not just because of fire hazards, but due to pollution. They need to be sued for all they are worth, particularly if they are part of the big business sugar conglomerates.

The Sanook link in the OP says that the land is abandoned, not cultivated. 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

The Sanook link in the OP says that the land is abandoned, not cultivated.  Including the link in the OP isn't going to stop some folk from reading it, though.

The land behind our home was not cultivated, yet it did not stop the ignorant owner from setting it alight, and almost cost many people here their homes.

 

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1 minute ago, colinneil said:
8 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Unless it was a naturally caused fire. 

 

The article in the link stated that the land was abandoned, not cultivated, and didn't say that it was deliberate or caused by farmers burning their fields.  It did say that forensic police were investigating the cause in view of the previous similar fire which doesn't suggest "bloody ignorant farmers who don't give a s++t about neighbours", to use your words.

You must be in need of new glasses, it clearly states in the OP the fire came from burning fields.

Instead of trying to make me look stupid, as you do in many threads, you need to read slowly/ and correctly.

Or should we excuse you on the fact English is not your forst language?

I know that it said the fields were burning, it didn't say how they came to be burning, that is what is being investigated.  The land is abandoned.  I'm not trying to make anyone look stupid, I'm just making a rational observation based on reading the OP and the link.

 

"Or should we excuse you on the fact English is not your forst language?"

English definitely is not my "forst language" [sic]!

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5 minutes ago, colinneil said:

The land behind our home was not cultivated, yet it did not stop the ignorant owner from setting it alight, and almost cost many people here their homes.

 

The Hua Hin land in question is abandoned land which suggests it may not have an identifiable owner!

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2 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

its not my house everything is fine here.

 

i just get the occasional rock through the window. 

Keep your head down. Machine guns are on order but Lazada is dragging its heels.....😀

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The farmers are to be fined for not wearing facemasks and not maintaining social-distancing...😊

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