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9 hours ago, PatOngo said:

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

Extremely Dangerous!

 

 

Wrong thread. 

 

This op about ladyboy bar for farang in Pattaya.

 

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1 hour ago, tomauasia said:

You need to see the motives. They are low yes.  They are simply starving  them out of Pattaya. COVID is <deleted> excuse. They have plans with the Chinese rodents. To build a casino. The Mall is a decoy. All the infrastructure  new hotels roads points there. They will announce that much later..When they destroy everyone 100%.

They don't give a f about Thais. That tourism minister believes woman don't come because entertainment lol..We have entertainment in our own countries. The Chinese lady spending up big in 7 lol. Never replace farang investment. Domino effect.  She is brain dead.

Er, ALL pub in thailand closed.

 

But you think should open ladyboy bar in Pattaya because you special? 

 

Please think. This rule not about you, sex tourists etc. It to reduce covid. Pattaya is so small, most Thais not care about it. 

 

You not important. TJ bar and the German owner not important. The wife can cry, other bar/pub can not open. 

 

Close all the thai pub for build Chinese casino in Pattaya? BS

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3 minutes ago, robblok said:

That is what you think, in Thailand they opened up a lot already. Did they open up bars in the US ? In Thailand they opened all those things you talked about but just not bars. 

 

Beer bars are dangerous because of the girls that mingle with all the customers and the fact that people will not wear masks in them. Most places people still requre masks.

 

I am still working and most Thais are working too. Around here most are back to work but apply social distancing and masks. Two things that are really hard to do in bars.

 

But fun to see that people who are not even here make comments while they don't even know what is open and not. So far its just bars that are not open. Hardly a problem besides for punters and some staff. 

Robblok win POTY YINN Smart Poster of Today Award. 

 

Congratulation Robblok.

 

ps. I know you not like me, but your posts this thread the best sure. Big picture understand. True story.

Thankyou. 

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In the meantime no need for a BeerBar to get a beer. 

In the close neighbourhood of my home, at the DarkSide of Pattaya, I can have a beer in 3 different "Bar/Restaurant". 

If you are HiSo, you can even sit together with 4 at one table. (See my post on another topic). 

Of course I will be glad, when I finally would be able to drink my beer in a glass. 

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4 hours ago, Trujillo said:

This would be a good opportunity for the authorities to stop the prostitution. It's illegal anyway, but not enforced. Allow them to re-open as long as there are no "bar fines" and girls going out. The girls can chat in the bar, but not go with customers for other services. 

Daft idea. Sex is the secret of Thailand's success

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Wow!  19 pages of posts in less than 24 hours.  It's obvious that this is an important topic to a lot of people!

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19 minutes ago, luckyluke said:

In the meantime no need for a BeerBar to get a beer. 

In the close neighbourhood of my home, at the DarkSide of Pattaya, I can have a beer in 3 different "Bar/Restaurant". 

If you are HiSo, you can even sit together with 4 at one table. (See my post on another topic). 

Of course I will be glad, when I finally would be able to drink my beer in a glass. 

I would avoid glasses for a while and drink out of the bottle since I have seen how some bars clean them. I also would avoid peanuts and other snacks that are often used again and again. But if I am honest I will avoid bars at all. I don't need the often insane noise to have a (n overpriced) drink with some friends. 

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1 minute ago, Oldie said:

I would avoid glasses for a while and drink out of the bottle since I have seen how some bars clean them. I also would avoid peanuts and other snacks that are often used again and again. But if I am honest I will avoid bars at all. I don't need the often insane noise to have a (n overpriced) drink with some friends. 

Thanks,

I go usually to places they give me each time a new glass coming out of the fridge at every beer I order.

Don't eat peanuts ( 71+, bad denture ).

Avoid places where music is loud.

Really enjoy one of the places I visit now,

new, clean, air-con, soft jazz music in the background, have only Big Leo for the moment, 120 ThB, a deal in my opinion.

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7 hours ago, Oldie said:

I would avoid glasses for a while and drink out of the bottle since I have seen how some bars clean them. I also would avoid peanuts and other snacks that are often used again and again. But if I am honest I will avoid bars at all. I don't need the often insane noise to have a (n overpriced) drink with some friends. 

Mr Billy no Mates......or is it Mr Cheerful Charlie....have a nice day now :thumbsup:

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2 hours ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

Remind me again where the infection will come from........... escapees from quarantine?

 

Thailand does have infected people living in it, did you know that?   It only takes one infected person to infect hundreds in a bar setting.  This infection spreads very easily, especially in crowded places.  

 

So let's run your experiment:  

Week 1:  zero infections.  Authorities open the bars. 

Week 2:  one infected person from somewhere shows up in one of the bars.   Infected 100 people.  Those people bring the virus home to grandma.  

Week 3:  there are now 100 infected people in Pattaya.  Bars are still open, official numbers still say zero infections. 

Week 4:  there are now 1000 infected and the first reports start coming in. 

By week 5, Pattaya will look like the US looks now.  And Grandma is now in the ICU, only not, because she can't afford it.  She dies.  She is the first one.  

 

The reason there are so few infections in Thailand is precisely because they are restricting people from doing STUPID things like gather in bars during a pandemic.  If they allow these gatherings, then the one or two infections in Pattaya will become hundreds and then thousands.  This infection spreads very very easily. 

 

Does that help?  

 

 

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5 minutes ago, wealthychef said:

 

Thailand does have infected people living in it, did you know that?   It only takes one infected person to infect hundreds in a bar setting.  This infection spreads very easily, especially in crowded places.  

 

So let's run your experiment:  

Week 1:  zero infections.  Authorities open the bars. 

Week 2:  one infected person from somewhere shows up in one of the bars.   Infected 100 people.  Those people bring the virus home to grandma.  

Week 3:  there are now 100 infected people in Pattaya.  Bars are still open, official numbers still say zero infections. 

Week 4:  there are now 1000 infected and the first reports start coming in. 

By week 5, Pattaya will look like the US looks now.  And Grandma is now in the ICU, only not, because she can't afford it.  She dies.  She is the first one.  

 

The reason there are so few infections in Thailand is precisely because they are restricting people from doing STUPID things like gather in bars during a pandemic.  If they allow these gatherings, then the one or two infections in Pattaya will become hundreds and then thousands.  This infection spreads very very easily. 

 

Does that help?  

 

 

Your scenario is flawed in that week 2 no bars will have 100 patrons.

 

Just sayin.

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