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5 hours ago, jimn said:

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Enlil said:

 

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Social distancing is finished now 🙂

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21 minutes ago, Enlil said:

 

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How many shops were looted in Amsterdam? I'm guessing none.

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I ask myself why are people so worried about being able to drink? since you can buy drink it must be you need to drink with others?  the way most of you talk there is no life without the beer bars.  is watching life go by from the beer patio  all you have to live for? and having however friendly interactions with much younger women who only value you because you have thick wallets.   

I know I would be sad living in a condo with no garden to tend, no access to my hobbies,  or workshop.   without bats as md other drunks many of you  have no life.  I can imagine QR codes scare you.   maybe the definition of bad out good in will change in the future. 

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4 minutes ago, Elkski said:

I ask myself why are people so worried about being able to drink? since you can buy drink it must be you need to drink with others?  the way most of you talk there is no life without the beer bars.  is watching life go by from the beer patio  all you have to live for? and having however friendly interactions with much younger women who only value you because you have thick wallets.   

I know I would be sad living in a condo with no garden to tend, no access to my hobbies,  or workshop.   without bats as md other drunks many of you  have no life.  I can imagine QR codes scare you.   maybe the definition of bad out good in will change in the future. 

Living in a condo? beer patio? QR codes?

 

You're clueless mate, you really are. Ever been to Thailand?

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2 hours ago, amdy2206 said:

You are dealing with an anti-fun government. Stiff and starchy and will do anything to prevent any enjoyment!! Also so anti-alcohol. Who the hell elected them????

 

     They elected themselves .

      Democracy ,  Thai style ..

 

 

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6 hours ago, Geoffggi said:

I take it this gentleman does not work directly for TAT - LOL - Therefore people will need to make their own minds up when and where they holiday..........LOL

Someone working for TAT advising against any form of travel would be like asking for your cards!

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ouch, I pity all those alcoholics here on TV. There are a lot panting their life and soul out for a drop of booze. 😛

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Bavaria did it in the correct order: first the Biergarten, then the schools. This order prevents that teachers come home thirsty after work.

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17 minutes ago, Elkski said:

I ask myself why are people so worried about being able to drink? since you can buy drink it must be you need to drink with others?  the way most of you talk there is no life without the beer bars.  is watching life go by from the beer patio  all you have to live for? and having however friendly interactions with much younger women who only value you because you have thick wallets.   

I know I would be sad living in a condo with no garden to tend, no access to my hobbies,  or workshop.   without bats as md other drunks many of you  have no life.  I can imagine QR codes scare you.   maybe the definition of bad out good in will change in the future. 


Remember each to their own, within reason. As you say that some on here talk that there is no life without beer bars can I spin your conversation on its head. Close all the churches, places of arguably, need of certain Hypocritical people to gather. I bet if that was removed and left till last there would be rivers of tears flowing. A lot of people here treat the bars as their place of worship, a place where they are accepted and can enjoy themselves. And these people are not forced to donate to the bars unlike those in certain churches. But, the bars will open (just like the churches have) and we will provide some sustenance of relief not just to the owners but staff as well. 
 

But as your not here in Thailand, it would be remiss of you to comment, like it would be remiss of us to comment on what is occurring in other countries at this time. Remember some people have a hobby of socialising, enjoying good conversation, even taking the pi$$ but it is their life to enjoy.  

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31 minutes ago, Elkski said:

I ask myself why are people so worried about being able to drink? since you can buy drink it must be you need to drink with others?  the way most of you talk there is no life without the beer bars.  is watching life go by from the beer patio  all you have to live for? and having however friendly interactions with much younger women who only value you because you have thick wallets.   

I know I would be sad living in a condo with no garden to tend, no access to my hobbies,  or workshop.   without bats as md other drunks many of you  have no life.  I can imagine QR codes scare you.   maybe the definition of bad out good in will change in the future. 

Here endith the lesson, Amen!!! Yes we need to drink with others. There is no life without beer bars. Yes watching life from the "beer patio" is all we have. Friendly interactions with younger woman is the best part albeit, that keeps the wallet thin. What are your hobbies apart from feeling sad for a whole bunch of people who enjoy life and by the sound of your <deleted> about bats and drunks your are into something heavily laced there brother! 

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I think it's important to keep in mind that it's these peoples jobs to provide warnings, be cautious, and act conservatively and not put themselves in a position to lose face by opening things up too soon.  They are not necessarily the best people to decide how others should live their lives.

 

There are lots and lots of doctors on the front lines who say that most restrictions should be lifted.  It depends on the area but most areas around the world have very very low numbers of cases now.

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51 minutes ago, Elkski said:

I ask myself why are people so worried about being able to drink? since you can buy drink it must be you need to drink with others?  the way most of you talk there is no life without the beer bars.  is watching life go by from the beer patio  all you have to live for? and having however friendly interactions with much younger women who only value you because you have thick wallets.   

I know I would be sad living in a condo with no garden to tend, no access to my hobbies,  or workshop.   without bats as md other drunks many of you  have no life.  I can imagine QR codes scare you.   maybe the definition of bad out good in will change in the future. 

It's social interaction whether that is a beer bar, a sports bar or a Thai bar. Sometimes watching the world go by with a cold beer or 2 or 3 is nice way to spend the afternoon or evening. It's also good sitting in a go go bar looking at boobs too😈

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1 hour ago, brucec64 said:

Care to elaborate or is that succinct prose all that you are able to offer to the conversation?

 

You could start by explaining why you disagree with my viewpoint, and then perhaps offer an alternative viewpoint yourself?

First up your showing ignorance. Many folk enjoy alcohol with meal etc.

BTW leave out "succinct prose". Clearly inferiority complex.

Get a grip.

Even light drinkers enjoy enjoy little bit of freedom.

Have you seen mrt screenshots etc. 

This government has complete fixation on alcohol ban. They are using that as smoke screen to ban protests. 

You don't live here surely. 

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18 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

It's social interaction whether that is a beer bar, a sports bar or a Thai bar. Sometimes watching the world go by with a cold beer or 2 or 3 is nice way to spend the afternoon or evening. It's also good sitting in a go go bar looking at boobs too😈

No need of alcohol for that. Works as well for me with a can of Coke Zero. 😉 

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