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Its always nice to be invited somewhere , however , I am sorry I cannot make it on the 18th .

If you want many to turn up , just mention that there will be Free Food being served , then half ALL of Chiang Rai Freeloaders will turn up . You know who they are and so do they . hahahahaha, They are the ones with sown up pockets and rucksacks on their backs for the doggy bags .

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As the host I'll be quite happy to buy a round of what ever anyone's drinking.

I feel like I've got a lot out of this forum over the years and I don't mind putting something back occasionally.

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Nice idea. I will be there. I look forward to meeting you guys.

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Thanks for the invitation - but I'd rather keep to myself. People's personalities are better expressed here on TV. I do not expect to find a better person in face-to-face meetings. Hope you folks have a good meeting.

I agree. I think people are more likely to show their 'true colors' on an internet forum.

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Sorry to miss it but as i told scea i am off for a nice long cruise hong kong to singapore to see how much food i can eat. I hope you all enjoy it and that everyone will remember that finding something positive to say or do nearly always will have a better result than concentrating on the negatives. In my estimation each and every one of us has likely been pretty fortunate to end up spending all or part of our time in Chiang Rai so why not just learn to be a bit HAPPY about that? Beats the hell out of a lot of the other options.

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Sorry to miss it but as i told scea i am off for a nice long cruise hong kong to singapore to see how much food i can eat. I hope you all enjoy it and that everyone will remember that finding something positive to say or do nearly always will have a better result than concentrating on the negatives. In my estimation each and every one of us has likely been pretty fortunate to end up spending all or part of our time in Chiang Rai so why not just learn to be a bit HAPPY about that? Beats the hell out of a lot of the other options.

Have a nice cruise and consume a few extra calories for me, as I am on a diet these days. You are of course correct about there being plenty to be happy about living in Chiang Rai.

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I tested the food court with another member today, (His name starts with W, not V) and I think we'll meet up the far end by the windows where it will be even possible to sit outside to accommodate smokers.

Close to the various drinks and coffee stalls as well.

For those that aren't familiar with the system you purchase a card on entry and put as much money on as you like, you then use the card at the various stalls.

Any remaining funds are refunded when you leave.

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Its always nice to be invited somewhere , however , I am sorry I cannot make it on the 18th .

If you want many to turn up , just mention that there will be Free Food being served , then half ALL of Chiang Rai Freeloaders will turn up . You know who they are and so do they . hahahahaha, They are the ones with sown up pockets and rucksacks on their backs for the doggy bags .

Just like my Kangaroo Bar as I used to put on FREE snacks every Sunday. The Bar was packed with people every Sunday and I wouldnt see about 80% of them until the next Sunday. Those guys werent drinkers either.

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Just like my Kangaroo Bar as I used to put on FREE snacks every Sunday. The Bar was packed with people every Sunday and I wouldnt see about 80% of them until the next Sunday. Those guys werent drinkers either.

Well Said Gary , Its about time these freeloaders in Chiang rai Stop their Charity case runs, we are tired Gents of your antics . Once ok , twice your pushing your luck, but to continue to turn up to events , fill your bellies with as much food as you can eat , then leave is NOT going down well in the Rai .

Can I also say that it has been noticed and discussed by some hard core drinkers in Chiang Rai , that some guys are going into bars , sitting there for ages and wiating for others to offer and buy them a beer. Also when some generous guys ring the bell and buy everyone in the bar a beer , some , who lets say are drinking a small beer , order a LARGE beer or a jug , just because someone else is paying . This is abuse of good will and not liked by us , PLEASE STOP DOING THAT or you will frowned apon and even lose our friendship.

I will also add that even Rico said at his functions he is tired of seeing people who attend the buffet functions pile food really high on their plates and then leave half of it . There is no need for greed, take small amounts and return for a top up of food if you need it but to fill your plates with as much as you can get on it is not good. Ok , your paying to attend the function and for the food but there is no need for greed.

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Well said sunny, in my drinking days I noticed many like you describe.

Feel free to have a drink on MY card if you manage to tear yourself away Tuesday. burp.gifintheclub.gif

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He closed it down last year, it was at Doi Hang on the way to Don's Cafe

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Put on a smile and stop by to say hello to some genuinely friendly low key people tomorrow. There is a playground one floor up, so drop the kids off and come down to enjoy a little grownup time with Scea and friends. Sit and talk a while or just say hello and continue on with your day, it is up to you.smile.png

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Dear Sceadugenga,

Thank you for your offer.

Unfortunately,presently out of the kingdom.

May I wish you & your family all the best for a Merry Christmas ,also to all Thai Visa Friends on the Chiang Rai Forum

Best Wishes for you & everyone for the New Year when I will return

Wiley Coyote & The Little Coyotes

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