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Strange that a 51 year old Brit with heart problems opens up an English school in a run down shop house in some obscure sub-district and stays at the school with his 'personal interpreter' Khun Ziyago and her Japanese husband. 

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1 minute ago, saakura said:

Strange that a 51 year old Brit with heart problems opens up an English school in a run down shop house in some obscure sub-district and stays at the school with his 'personal interpreter' Khun Ziyago and her Japanese husband. 

why?

own business

staying under the radar maybe

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Possibly unrelated to the sad demise of Mr Patrick, but I do notice that middle aged and elderly friends and neighbours try to reduce costs by not running the aircon sufficiently cool. This is not the time of year to be trying to save a few baht. Distress caused by heat can sneak up on people quite quickly. Drinking beer is not the best solution.

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3 hours ago, IMA_FARANG said:

The truth is there is not enough evidence to prove anything in this story.

I am 71 years old, and I am very aware that  at 71 I may be "found dead " in my room one day.

Hopefully, I will be found naked with a bevy of exhausted young Thai girls, but that is rather unlikely.

 

Or at least a dream that provides the same last thought with less effort!

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4 hours ago, balo said:

He had a heart disease. Why didn't he go see some specialists back in the UK ? Maybe it was incurable .  RIP - 

 

 

 

 

He would have died of old age before he could see a specialist on the NHS

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7 hours ago, balo said:

He had a heart disease. Why didn't he go see some specialists back in the UK ? Maybe it was incurable .  RIP - 

 

 

 

 

My understanding is that in order to get treatment under the NHS nowdays, a UK ex-pat would have to prove that he had returned to the UK on a permanent basis, as he can no longer just pop back for medical treatment and then return to his country of choice.

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6 hours ago, IMA_FARANG said:

The truth is there is not enough evidence to prove anything in this story.

I am 71 years old, and I am very aware that  at 71 I may be "found dead " in my room one day.

Hopefully, I will be found naked with a bevy of exhausted young Thai girls, but that is rather unlikely.

 

We all have our priorities and ambitions, some more mundane than others.

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6 hours ago, IMA_FARANG said:

The truth is there is not enough evidence to prove anything in this story.

I am 71 years old, and I am very aware that  at 71 I may be "found dead " in my room one day.

Hopefully, I will be found naked with a bevy of exhausted young Thai girls, but that is rather unlikely.

 

What a great attitude. I'm with you brother. just let me know when you feel crook and i will run around and arrange the tarts. Go out with a bang mate.

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11 hours ago, Khon Kaen Dave said:

When i die, i want my girlfriend to be so upset that she has to take the day off of school to attend my funeral.

When I die, I want my girlfriend to be so upset that she has to take the day off of school University to attend my funeral !  :smile:

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Just now, lvr181 said:

When I die, I want my girlfriend to be so upset that she has to take the day off of school University to attend my funeral !  :smile:

That's it, ruin the humour you PC vigilante

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13 minutes ago, soalbundy said:

That's it, ruin the humour you PC vigilante

:cheesy: :cheesy:

 

I just do not want some "government spy" thinking I am being a pedophile :burp:

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On 4/30/2017 at 10:58 AM, Suradit69 said:

Fearing for your safety because someone who had a known heart condition died doesn't seem a very rational reaction. Imagining that dark forces are at work isn't a particularly "educated" response either.

Too many uninvestigated and unexplained deaths of farang in similar circumstances throughout Thailand over several years by disinterested authorities is, I think, a valid educational experience.

I see very few reasons to swallow reassurances or promises from current authorities, particularly when it comes to matters dealing with personal financial  security or physical safety in society. Whether these matters relate to criminal activity and related corruption, work health or infrastructure, construction or even what ought to be basic, simple traffic control measures etc.  Lack of open and transparent decisions, the absence of integrity among responsible officials at any level, the power of greed and perpetuation of corruption - all seem to justify some level of paranoia among the  decidedly second-class inhabitants  generally described as "farang".in Thailand.

"Be alert, but not alarmed" seems to be fatuous advice against the backdrop of current political and social environment.

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8 hours ago, lvr181 said:

When I die, I want my girlfriend to be so upset that she has to take the day off of school University to attend my funeral !  :smile:

How do you do that crossing out thingy?And my original post stands pat.

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