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These stories are good.....To remind people that the destroyed lives will be 1,000 times worse than a disease with a 99.8 recovery rate..... 

When you actually think about that  - 50% closed - you realise the impact of this total nonsense. When the historians look back at this, they will condemn the governments of the world for the near des

I completely agree. They should be writing about the positive affects of covid. Instead of 27,000-30,000 sex workers out of work they should write, "30,000 families, moms and children reunited" or "La

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2 minutes ago, polpott said:

But way better than anything you're likely to pull tonight. 555

Do they do it for love,or would I have to pay for it? If it's the latter wouldn,t be wasting my hard earned on them.

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1 minute ago, polpott said:

No lockdown in Pattaya. I was out until 1am on Walking Sreet Saturday night, had a great time. Out locally tonight, I'm sure it will be the same. Intend to visit several bars tonight but won't get round them all. Still too much choice of bars, restaurants and women in Pattaya. There's life in the old girl yet.

the town is half dead because no tourists,

half the shops are closed

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1 hour ago, polpott said:

No lockdown. No tourists? Good for me.

yes, for me personally it balances itself out,

exotic gourmet  food is now nigh impossible to get my hands on,

but i suffer less traffic jam, but i got pension so

i am not personally affected so much by the horrific economy.

but every other thai that must work to get an income are in a very hard time, i lend out what little i can to help them out

in this self inflicted catastrophe

(not the workers but the politicians)

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3 hours ago, kingdong said:

Do they do it for love,or would I have to pay for it? If it's the latter wouldn,t be wasting my hard earned on them.

OK. Carry on bashing the bishop. I'm off round the bars tonight.

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1 hour ago, polpott said:

Never could buy genuine caviar in Pattaya. Foodland has a version of it.

i used to be able to buy on foodland & friendship,

but now i can only get a substitute on central,

and only found it yesterday, so thats now 6 months worth of hardship thanks to lock down

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