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Unkonown user, Erg and Limbo,

Lets make it out at MFL uni to make it easier for unknown user.

How does next Sun afternoon sound with everyone at lets say 4pm.

Let me know if that suits.

Anytime after Sat lunch time is good for me on the weekend!

In The Rai!

P.S We are not all old unknown user!

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Anytime after Sat lunch time is good for me on the weekend!

P.S We are not all old unknown user!

I am in! Let's wait for Erg to be back from Bangkok and see what time fits him and propose it to our host (and teacher?) unknown_user.

By the way unknown_user: together we are only about 140 years old!

Limbo :o

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sounds good!

Look forward to it..

Please take it easy on me though I am not much of a player since I hurt my ankle on the international circuit.

hehehe joking!

In The Rai!

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Can anyone reccomend a nice place to stay for a weekend. I was thinking of a nice little place with good food on a river where you can take kayaks out. Not in Chiangrai, I was thinking Mai Hongsong or some where similar.

Any ideas?

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For fun, nothing beats melting a tub of butter in a microwave oven, and seeing if you can tweeze your eyebrows before the body of butter completely melts. Also fun is measuring elastic bands and recording thier data on an traditional index cards.

Could anyone recommend a good physciatrist in Chiang Rai?..................quickly.

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For fun, nothing beats melting a tub of butter in a microwave oven, and seeing if you can tweeze your eyebrows before the body of butter completely melts. Also fun is measuring elastic bands and recording thier data on an traditional index cards.

Could anyone recommend a good physciatrist in Chiang Rai?..................quickly.

Thanks for turning the topic on-topic again Tayto.

The activity described by Nigel is indeed not limited to Chiang Rai. You could do it everywhere in the world if you felt inclined to it.

My personal opinion is that Chiang Rai has much more to offer. Even on dull moments.

Sometimes a need for a psychiatrist is expressed in the most unexpected ways :D

Psychiatry seems not to be attractive as a specialisation for young doctors in Thailand.

Please correct me if I am wrong, but I vaguely remember to have red in the Bangkok Post that Thailand counts less than five hundred psychiatrists.

I think doctors are seen purely as physicians. Especially in the rural area's mental diseases seem to belong to the territory of traditional medicin (of all kinds).

General practioners might limit themselves to the prescription of tranquillizers and anti-depressants.

If I would need a psychiatrist (no comments please :D ), I would contact Dr. Subin at the Kasemrad Sriburin Hospital. He is known to be a doctor who doesn't experiment. If he knows that another doctor is specialised in certain medical problems, he will refer to him/her.

Feeling better already?

Limbo :o

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Can anyone reccomend a nice place to stay for a weekend. I was thinking of a nice little place with good food on a river where you can take kayaks out. Not in Chiangrai, I was thinking Mai Hongsong or some where similar.

Any ideas?

i recomment u better dont do kayaks now.. it dangerous...

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Anytime after Sat lunch time is good for me on the weekend!

P.S We are not all old unknown user!

I am in! Let's wait for Erg to be back from Bangkok and see what time fits him and propose it to our host (and teacher?) unknown_user.

By the way unknown_user: together we are only about 140 years old!

Limbo :o

Ok tell me ur available time. im not free on Sat, i have exit exam . and hope no rain...

looking forward to beat 140 ys... hahahaha challenging..

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For fun, nothing beats melting a tub of butter in a microwave oven, and seeing if you can tweeze your eyebrows before the body of butter completely melts. Also fun is measuring elastic bands and recording thier data on an traditional index cards.

Could anyone recommend a good physciatrist in Chiang Rai?..................quickly.

Done the butter in the microwave thing, but unfamiliar with the word "tweeze", and too lazy to look it up. Hydrogen peroxide in the ears to melt ear wax is kinda fun. :o

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Have a real good time folks. I hope the outcome will be LOVE ALL. :o

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ImageDude :D

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Could anyone recommend a good physciatrist in Chiang Rai?..................quickly.

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Done the butter in the microwave thing, but unfamiliar with the word "tweeze", and too lazy to look it up. Hydrogen peroxide in the ears to melt ear wax is kinda fun. :o

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Try this . . Blink wildly and then close your eyes really tight for an interesting light show.

(Amusement Potential: 1-5 minutes)

See a variety of blobs, stars and flashes. :D Try to make out shapes and see if your subconscious is trying to send you a message (perhaps that funny shape is saying, 'send all your money to imagedude.com'?)

Is that physciatrist handy ? :D

ImageDude :D

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any day, before 16.00 please. lets play

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Sunday morning plz.. i need sun... hehehe

Allright boys?

Meetingpoint at 'Cafe des Sports', where Erg will brew some of his excellent cafe-au-laits, so that we quietly can prepare ourselves mentally for the match of all matches and this at the incredible early time of 8.30 am?

It would enable us to meet our magnificent, unsurpassable and unbelievable superb challenger at

9.45 pm at Mae Fah Luang University.

Limbo :o

PS Unknown_user: you know that 'farang' are always a little bit late. So it would be better to expect us to arrive not earlier than 10.00 am. Please In the Rai and unknown_user, confirm by PM to me.

Dear Chiang Rai expat tennisfriends,

The hot season is done for this year and the rainy season begins to loose its sting.

And, as we all know, after the rainy season comes the tennis season.

The racket and the balls aren't the problem mostly, but where to find a reliable partner (who actually shows up at the court) if you don't want to play against the wall?

To be sure a possible solution could be to have at least two (loosely) fixed tennismornings at the stadium. Please PM me if you are interested.

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8:45am for a coffee first sounds like a plan. I will see you there!

Unknown user,

No matter how bad we are at tennis. It is to remain our secret. You must promise us that the results are not to be posted on this forum!

In The Rai!

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