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30 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

Zero, we will never get it. Just like with the normal flu, HIV, herpes and a runny nose always comes back.

 

Then should the BTS, MRT

 

No. Essential 

30 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

 

and cinemas be closed again?

Yes

 

30 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

 

Or is it because you don't like bars with prostitutes?

Music concerts, weddings, motogp, sport crowds all cancel to help stop spread covid. 

Tourist place eg elephant camp, hotels, shops, etc sacrifice for stop spread covid. 

 

Open TJ Ladyboy Bar in Pattaya is not important. And covid spread more that business than all the business I mention. 

 

You must control your cravings, is the rule.

 

Thai lives matter. 

 

30 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

 

Your reasoning is therefore not logical and conclusive.

 

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12 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Many of their customers are close to begging the government to let them reopen too. With no local transmissions in a couple of weeks now, there is essentially no one out there right now for people to catch covid from, so further continued closure makes very little sense. They have zero chance of getting tourists in all the time this continues and now would seem the perfect time to allow them to open so the situation can be assessed and protocol addressed before people come back in numbers.

There are a lot of people employed by these places who need to get back to earning a living.

The gov don't care about the battlers. They are the enemy obviously 

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11 hours ago, Don Mega said:

Exactly.

Open them up to no customers.

That's the owners business nobody else 

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13 minutes ago, Yinn said:

You must control your cravings, is the rule.

What cravings?

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16 minutes ago, Leaver said:

Yes.  What exactly are they begging for?  Do they think there are planes waiting to land at Suvarnabhumi Airport? 


There are still some expats here, I think they hope some of them will find the way to them sometimes.
If you have to pay rent, and other costs, even a little bit of income is better than nothing.

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46 minutes ago, Wongkitlo said:

They banned alcohol but people were still lining up at their local shops to buy it. Same with closing bars. I don't think all the girls went to the temple. I think they just moved out to the beaches or the streets. 

It is like this at least here in Pattaya at night. For instance the area in front of Tree Town in Soi Buakhao is filled with prostitutes and people drinking alcohol that they bought at a nearby 7-Eleven. A friend lives in this area and whenever I visit him I can't believe what I see and that nobody cares. On the other hand for instance in malls and on the beach they care so much. Doesn't make sense to me. 

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5 hours ago, kentrot said:

And today at sunset - our expat group (2 - 4 of us on any given day) who meets regularly for "sundowner beers"  and a chats at the beach,  were told by the chair-lady to QUICKLY empty our bottles as the Police were coming along the beach and fining anyone who was selling/drinking beer.

 

WHAT ???... these beach-chair folks have waited a long time to get back to making a living and now the BIB (boys in brown) are going to deny even that little pleasure that has been a part of beach chairs style  for dozens of years ?

 

When did having a beer with your beach-chair become illegal ????????????????

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It is not allowed to drink alcohol in the public. At nighttime this does not seem to be enforced so much at least not everywhere. 

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6 minutes ago, yuyiinthesky said:


There are still some expats here, I think they hope some of them will find the way to them sometimes.
If you have to pay rent, and other costs, even a little bit of income is better than nothing.

Minimizing loses in not making a profit. 

 

Just what, exactly, are they begging or hoping for? 

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:

I not interst in farang opinion how to control covid.

Thailand have death rate under one per million. 

Farang countrys 300-600. Belgium 826. 

Dangerous

I'm interested in Thai opinion how to control road deaths!  Annually 20,000 plus!

Extremely Dangerous!

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Yinn said:

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Thai lives matter. 

 

 

really?

Thailand is the world leader in traffic fatalities. From every 1 million inhabitants, around 460 are killed each year.

C19 have 1 dead from 1 million.

According to your logic, all roads should be closed.

 

Fortunately, the virus no longer spreads in Thailand. Don't you understand the numbers?

 

However, the consequences of the severe restriction of freedom lead to more deaths than the virus itself.

 

Millions have lost their jobs and income. many are not allowed to work. many have financial worries. and significantly more than 58 people have hung up themselves.

 

Thai lives matter or not?

 

 

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3 hours ago, Oldie said:

Is there a clear definition what a ladyboy is? Some are just dressed like ladies. Some have breast implants and some have done even more. 

A ladyboy is a girl born in the body of a boy

 

then all his\her life he\she tries to tune his\her body to his'her mind

 

the most easy way is the hairstyle. the makeup and the clothes.

 

The others steps, more expensive, are the breast implants and 

finally the cut of the penis, which is used to create a fake vagina.

 

Takiing hormones is often associated with the whole process.

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