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3 hours ago, ChakaKhan said:

where am i gonna wash my balls????  mai sabai

Same place you can stroke your shaft.

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Wow, if there was ever a time you wouldn't wanna chase off your renters, it's now.

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Prime military Land ,maybe a Development coming as stated in a previous post.

 

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More about the Stardome closing down here:

 

 

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On 8/1/2020 at 9:24 AM, Thailand said:

Apart from many golf courses,stadiums and racetracks around Thailand the military have interests in just about every money making business you can think of.

From what I have seen they certainly do have their hand in the cookie jar everywhere.

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On 8/1/2020 at 9:24 AM, Thailand said:

Apart from many golf courses,stadiums and racetracks around Thailand the military have interests in just about every money making business you can think of.

Been that way a long long time.

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These photos start me wondering...

OK, the 'landlord' (in this case the Thai Air Force,) terminates the lease and locks the doors (in this case a BIG STEEL FENCE with spikes on top.) So why the need for the extra red and white blockade barrier behind it?
And... more importantly, why so suddenly and so completely that people can't even empty their lockers or shops? Add to that, Military Police guarding the doors? I've never heard of an eviction so heavy-handed or draconian.

Lot's of questions... not many answers.

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30 minutes ago, FolkGuitar said:

I've never heard of an eviction so heavy-handed or draconian.

Lot's of questions... not many answers.

Do you know what took place between the tenants and landlord?  Discussions? Documents?  I don’t think you do other than possibly the bits reported which clearly cannot be all of it.  Without knowing how can you judge.  Clearly there were some negotiations. Perhaps eviction notices obtained and delivered, do you know they weren’t?

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3 hours ago, Bill97 said:

Do you know what took place between the tenants and landlord?  Discussions? Documents?  I don’t think you do other than possibly the bits reported which clearly cannot be all of it.  Without knowing how can you judge.  Clearly there were some negotiations. Perhaps eviction notices obtained and delivered, do you know they weren’t?

 

As it happens, I DO know.

As a paid member, I shoot there four days a week, , I KNOW it took Chiang Mai Archery completely by surprise. I was there on Thursday, and no one said anything about getting closed. I KNOW that on Thursday, the Mini-mart was receiving a merchandise delivery when I drove into the complex. I KNOW that's hardly the behavior of a shop knowing it was going to be shut at least for the next two weeks, not knowing if it would be allowed to reopen.  I KNOW that the next day Chiang Mai Archery sent out notices to all members via Line at 20:37, telling us that at 10pm, the gates to the complex  would get shut and locked, and no one getting in. I KNOW we had less than two hours notice to collect any personal equipment stored there.

These are things I DO know. All I'm left with are questions why behavior so heavy-handed or draconian.

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Okay, thanks.  Do you know if those businesses had leases directly with the Air Force or sub-leases from the golf course lease?

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On 8/1/2020 at 5:51 AM, CorpusChristie said:

The Air Force are expected to open their own golf course on the land .

Why are the Air force renting out their land for commercial purposes though ?

So that someone else could develop it, then they break the lease the developer had and take over a now developed piece of property.  I would call that getting a turn key business for nothing....

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12 minutes ago, Bill97 said:

Okay, thanks.  Do you know if those businesses had leases directly with the Air Force or sub-leases from the golf course lease?

 

I have no information about that.

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On 8/1/2020 at 9:24 AM, Thailand said:

Apart from many golf courses,stadiums and racetracks around Thailand the military have interests in just about every money making business you can think of.

It would be interesting to know exactly where these funds are going to. Funding the air force?, or into greedy pockets? 

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1 minute ago, holy cow cm said:

It would be interesting to know exactly where these funds are going to. Funding the air force?, or into greedy pockets? 

I would think that a percentage of the  payments are passed upwards to their Superiors

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17 minutes ago, CorpusChristie said:

I would think that a percentage of the  payments are passed upwards to their Superiors

I would gather the same. Cook the books and split the rest amongst the highest ranking. CM has so much owned by the military. Even by the airport that PTT gas station is owned by the air force. Some big money. 

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