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Pattaya Sports Club donates printer to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center

By Tim Knight

 

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Khru Ja, Stan Rees, Nigel Cannon and Tim Knight are surrounded by the children happy with their new printer.

 

At the invitation of Senior Advisor Nigel Cannon, Social Chairman Stan Rees and I visited Palisorn Noja (Khru Ja) at the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center to see if the Pattaya Sports Club could assist them with food donations and any other needs.

 

Khru Ja told us he had many generous food donors but with the 42 children needing to be home schooled at present he really needed a printer.

 

Stan Rees very generously offered to donate one of his and on behalf of the PSC.

 

Full story: https://www.pattayamail.com/latestnews/news/pattaya-sports-club-donates-printer-to-the-anti-human-trafficking-and-child-abuse-center-302275

 

 

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-- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2020-06-01
 

 

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Donating a whole printer, that is mighty gracious and generous of them, i wonder if that printer came with ink cartridges or the recipients had to buy them themselves...

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For use with Windows 7 (pirated)?

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If you have nothing positive to say about a kind donation, why say anything at all?

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5 minutes ago, sungod said:

If you have nothing positive to say about a kind donation, why say anything at all?

While the windows 7 remark was certainly unnessecary and typically miserable by thhaivisa standards, the question regarding ink cartridges, though its wording could have been kinder is certainly valid.

 

The cost of a printer itself is almost irrelevant to the insane costs of ink to keep it running. 

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very nice gesture 

 

as for ink - Thais have a way round that little hurdle lol

 

where is this place exactly - great work they do

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Senior Advisor Nigel Cannon

did he offer a Canon printer ? 🙂

 

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1 minute ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

did he offer a Canon printer ? 🙂

 

A double barrel one 😆

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22 hours ago, ezzra said:

Donating a whole printer, that is mighty gracious and generous of them, i wonder if that printer came with ink cartridges or the recipients had to buy them themselves...

And what did you graciously donate?

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1 minute ago, hotchilli said:

And what did you graciously donate?

Reminds me of a well known charitable place that received some computers as a donation, and promptly sold them. Have to wonder if they needed a printer, if they specifically did, it is a worthy donation. 

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4 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

And what did you graciously donate?

great question.....PSC asked what was needed and a printer was requested and DONATED by P S C .... GOOD FOR THEM....

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