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Re: Nans moans keep out / you own a promise
« Reply #90 on: August 07, 2018, 05:34:29 PM »
hi mr.tum. With paper gold, you don't own the gold you own a promise.

mr.sowat. the cheapest is not always the best,i agree but what food wars.

goodbye 400 million baht  another thing i can't understand is,saying goodbye to 400 million baht


how much did they spend on pattaya beach,400 million baht on sand to widen the beach by 35 meters.thats a lot of money to be washed out to sea. too much attention about peoples cigarette butts to notice the sand just dissapearing from under their feet.but Soi Six will always survive. Mother Nature you cannot stop,as we see with the flooding situation.snap from Sophon cable

capital punishment for traffic accident deaths
now as to the driving,capital punishment for traffic accident deaths.is that the way to go i read Bangladesh's cabinet on Monday will consider capital punishment for traffic accident deaths,a law ministry official said, as thousands of students held protests for a ninth day over the deaths of two teenagers by a speeding bus in Dhaka.
https://www.yenisafak.com/en/world/bangladesh-considers-capital-punishment-for-driving-deaths-3438066
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Re: Nans moans keep out / stop this nonsense once and for all
« Reply #91 on: August 08, 2018, 04:32:56 PM »
will someone in authority stop this nonsense once and for all

เปิดคลิปเพิ่ม หนุ่ม จยย.หัวร้อน ชักมีดไล่ฟันรถ


bad enough that people get killed on our roads,my heart goes out for the mother in Korat yesterday who witnessed the death of her daughter,run over by a speeding truck.that is awful news,there is enough danger on the roads without lunatics,why do people want to hurt others that they don't even know. myself i just hate driving,or even parking,people will block you in,leave their handbrake off and you have to push someone else's car to get out,just plain rude.what do the police do.

Police in Ubon are hunting a man who threw knives at two vehicles,but they let him go once
who really wants to drive on Thailands roads with idiots like in the clip,the first incident was with a policeman,he done nothing,if he did arrest him what would the fine be,we all know,then come the wais. but the cop just drove off and left the rest of the public to deal with a now enraged moron with a cleaver standing in the road. what is it with the police are they scared. he went on to annoy others as no one stopped him.you want to drive with your family in the car with this sort of carry on. The policeman said he was very angry but reminded himself that he was about to retire at the end of next month and so did not want any trouble.

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #92 on: August 09, 2018, 11:33:44 AM »
Great thread nan you certainly pack em in 42 Guests are viewing this topic 8)

Don't take on so nan you should be use to this by now, your the one that normaly defends the thais in such actions, although you have a right to get upset, but it won't change things, this guy in the video is either mentaly disturbed or on drink drugs or something, that is not normal behavior. speed and impatience also lack of sleep in accidents is also to blame, like the article below, can you believe the two people in that vehicle both survived.



On the morning of August 8th, a pick-up truck transporting fish crashed into a tree on its way from Chiang Mai in Ban Mae Wan, Doi Saket district. The car was wrecked from the crash. The couple who were in the car suffered severe injuries but survived, and are now being hospitalised. The man, who was the driver, admitted that he had dozed off.

http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/couple-survives-extreme-crash/
 
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Re: Nans moans keep out / curiosity killed the cat
« Reply #93 on: August 09, 2018, 04:40:15 PM »
curiosity killed the cat
you hold your tongue young man, (defends the thais in such actions) i will put that down to a typo,i defend thais where visitors to this country continually insult the thai people over the way of life it is here,so different to their own country that they left because they were not happy there,also shows they are not happy here.

your comment on 42 Guests viewing,one good post is worth more than sorting through loads of crap on most forums,trying to find something interesting. my guess is that at least a dozen are,curiosity killed the cat viewers,the dropouts that have gathered together in one big heap of mess,clinging for someone to hear them,all they know is the way it is back home,never stop thinking about it,the rest just might like the truth,told the way it is.

most visitors to Thailand absolutely love the country more than the expats that live here,lot of insults against the thai people are misunderstandings or culture clashes,the difference is in how people handle problems,whereas the western style is being direct and to the point,but the thai style is the opposite on most occasions.don't think your special, some thais just make you feel that way,the panic sets in as the longer you stay,the more you understand about the thai people and their ways,is that the time when you want to go back home,too much for some people, but worth the effort as you can fit in without losing your identity if you really want to. :wai

some thais are rude as well
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #94 on: August 09, 2018, 05:26:05 PM »
Very good thread indeed!
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #95 on: August 09, 2018, 06:11:41 PM »
Very good thread indeed!
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Re: Nans moans keep out / Tip of the iceberg
« Reply #96 on: August 10, 2018, 11:29:34 AM »
The Jet Setting Monk Convicted, Gets 114 Years
This is a step in the right direction for all the untouchable hi sos and hope the trend continues.
i read the so called Jet Setting Monk Convicted, Gets 114 Years. sad to read the bad press of monks misbehaving,as being a religious person it hurts so much deep down inside,the people we turn to in despair and prayer,some are crooks,the weakness of the good life and money is stronger than their so called belief and religion,do they really think they are beyond the law. whats with the 144 years sentence,add that to his age of 39,makes 183.though i think he will only serve 20 years because Thai law stipulates that is the maximum for someone found guilty of multiple counts of the same offense. shame on you taking advantage of people’s faith.but karma has been served.

this happened in a place where Buddhism is taught


Director of Temple School in Hot Water over Hitting Students with Broomstick
A corporal punishment case was reported to the police August 8th by a mother of a 17 year old novice against an unnamed temple school in Chiang Mai. The director allegedly hit five novices with a broom stick causing severe bruises.
http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/director-temple-school-hot-water-hitting-students-broomstick/

more Monks in hot water so hows it done  The monk sits calmly, unharmed in a large vat of boiling oil or so it seems over a blazing wood fire
Monk sits in hot water
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #97 on: August 10, 2018, 01:54:37 PM »
Good to see you are still moaning with a just cause.
 BUT ... This is a step in the right direction for all the untouchable hi sos and hope the trend continues.


no such luck,this guy give himself up, he wasn't caught or other wise he would still be living it up. What will be interesting is to the time he does serve before his release, but he still has more charges to be settled. could be he genuinely missed his home of Thailand, as i'm sure most do, imagine you can never go home again, that's a punishment in it self. The untouchables have faith in money and it seems to be working.
the RED BULL this guy allegedly killed a cop   September 03, 2012 Metropolitan police chief vows to resign if fail to arrest patrol police killer wonder if he did resign ;)

 Trick or Truth – Thai Monk Meditates in Pot of Boiling Oil over an Open Flame
                                           
                            

as for the monk in the hot pot, sorry to spoil your fun as he sits in a vessel of oil with a fire raging underneath. heres a few facts that pretty much ruined the illusion.  pour in some water in the bowl before adding the oil. The water will then absorb all the heat, but the oil never will never boil

more here odditycentral.com  skip vid to 2:00

วิทยาตาสว่าง ตอนที่ 2 มือจุ่มน้ำมันเดือด
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Re: Nans moans keep out / Thai girl 11 yo. marries man 41
« Reply #98 on: August 11, 2018, 12:04:04 PM »
Korat woman,73,abandoned with grandson


Korat woman,73,abandoned with grandson how can this happen,living in a rikety old house with her nine year old grandson,we talk of loyalty, where is her family,how some people can sleep at night,i just don't know,if i had the money i'm sure i would take care of all the genuine people who really are in need.

they are living in a hut made of rusty iron sheets on a neighbour's land,her state handout amount to as little as 250 baht a week,her son that broke up with his wife left her to take care of two kids never to return,she managed to send her granddaughter to stay with the girl's mother in another province because she could not afford her education.she still hopes her son will return soon.

how is this happening it's 2018,are high speed trains more important than peoples lives,we have to move forward but some get left behind,wake up people take care of your own. myself i am amazed how many kids around where i live are left with their grand parents,to take care of them,sending home a pittance,some not sending at all. http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30351740

Thai girl 11 yo. marries man 41 appalling,appalling. the news gets worse,not boring,but utterly disgusting,where an 11-year old Thai girl who married a 41 year old Malaysian man gets sent back to Thailand.yes you read it right, 11 yo just a kid not even in her teens yet,is it all done for the evil thing called money! money! money!,you have to be low life to except money for your kids. when i say marry they have a religious ceremony,you could hardly walk into an office of change name at that age could you. does the girl's opinion matter at all if the guardian has agreed to marry her off.

Clevver news TV - Malaysia investigating marriage of man to 11-year-old girl

Child bride sent back to Thailand
The issue surfaced after the report about the man marrying the young Thai girl in Gua Musang, Kelantan, went viral on social media in June and drew flak from many parties for allowing child marriage.
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/08/10/child-bride-sent-back-to-thailand/
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #99 on: August 11, 2018, 02:17:25 PM »
Horrific
is it perve day today what with this guy sniffing around an 11 year old. pans people ok that's great, but jimmy saville spoiled the show. The good old BBC they turned there backs on what they thought might cause a problem and it did.   
now is this guy with the 11 year old living in the past as posted below

Right Nan FYI. we all know any one who has sex with an underage individual, regardless of the circumstances, is guilty of a crime. going back in history you will find it differs so much as of today. An age of consent statute first appeared in secular law in 1275 in England as part of the rape law. The statute, Westminster 1, made it a misdemeanor to "ravish" a "maiden within age," whether with or without her consent. The phrase "within age" was interpreted by jurist Sir Edward Coke as meaning the age of marriage, which at the time was 12 years of age.

A 1576 law making it a felony to "unlawfully and carnally know and abuse any woman child under the age of 10 years" was generally interpreted as creating more severe punishments when girls were under 10 years old while retaining the lesser punishment for acts with 10- and 11-year-old girls. Jurist Sir Matthew Hale argued that the age of consent applied to 10- and 11-year-old girls, but most of England's North American colonies adopted the younger age. A small group of Italian and German states that introduced an age of consent in the 16th century also employed 12 years. http://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/case-studies/230

I am under the impression that muslim law is different to others. More on perve day below. another disgusting act with no respect for anything as you have already stated but money, no it's not Thailand but it's world news, which lets the people know the level of depravity that's going on.

German couple convicted over rape, online sale of young son



German couple jailed for repeatedly abusing and raping the boy and selling him to online

A German mother and her partner were convicted Tuesday over the repeated rape of the woman's young son and for selling him for sex on the internet for more than two years. They were sentenced to prison in a case that has horrified the country.

https://gulfnews.com/news/europe/germany/german-couple-convicted-over-rape-online-sale-of-young-son-1.2262805#
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #100 on: August 11, 2018, 04:48:09 PM »
Hi yall, beware i'm back in good old Khorat, where's everyone gone, i did hear a whisper, well you know what a lot of farangs are like, two drinks and everything comes out their mouths, so those not having much of a brain except knowing what the price of beer is, are playing follow the leader. personally i prefer a guy with a mind of his own, but then that involves thinking. so f/ball & faggots is what there at.

Nan are your ears burning as you are the topic of conversation. bit more info on your last post.
the 12-year-olds we found in Alaska, Louisiana and South Carolina’s data might not have been the youngest children wed in America between 2000 and 2010.

Why can 12-year-olds still get married in the United States?

We preach against child-marriage abroad. But thousands of American children are wed annually.

Michelle DeMello walked into the clerk’s office in Colorado thinking for sure someone would save her.

She was 16 and pregnant. Her Christian community in Green Mountain Falls was pressuring her family to marry her off to her 19-year-old boyfriend. She didn’t think she had the right to say no to the marriage after the mess she felt she’d made. “I could be the example of the shining whore in town, or I could be what everybody wanted me to be at that moment and save my family a lot of honor,” DeMello said. She assumed that the clerk would refuse to approve the marriage. The law wouldn’t allow a minor to marry, right?

Wrong, as DeMello, now 42, learned.

While most states set 18 as the minimum marriage age, exceptions in every state allow children younger than 18 to marry, typically with parental consent or judicial approval. How much younger? Laws in 27 states do not specify an age below which a child cannot marry.

Unchained At Last, a nonprofit I founded to help women resist or escape forced marriage in the United States, spent the past year collecting marriage license data from 2000 to 2010, the most recent year for which most states were able to provide information. We learned that in 38 states, more than 167,000 children — almost all of them girls, some as young 12 — were married during that period, mostly to men 18 or older. Twelve states and the District of Columbia were unable to provide information on how many children had married there in that decade. Based on the correlation we identified between state population and child marriage, we estimated that the total number of children wed in America between 2000 and 2010 was nearly 248,000.

far too much to post https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/02/10/why-does-the-united-states-still-let-12-year-old-girls-get-married/?noredirect=on

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the earliest light of day
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out / do Thai people have very bad taste
« Reply #101 on: August 12, 2018, 12:45:25 AM »
do Thai people have very bad taste
to be civil is free,there is very little these days,i know bogey picking is not nice. he he. apart from that. viewing a few forums last couple days there are so many insults against thai people and their other habits and culture.could be these guys are either over the top on the liquid gold or just need to vent their anger when things don't go their way,perhaps they come to a country they don't like.

having a vast amount of posts firing out on a forum everyday like t.visa the same insults day in day out,the posters working for free to an already rich outfit,thats worth in excess of 100 mil. is that clever.i think i'll stay here,support a forum that values my contributions. unlike some that think the grass is greener on the other side,if only they watered where they was standing.

then they want to copyright what they copied themselves,everthing that is posted is copied from somwhere all along the line,copy n post from one to another,boring news items. all rushing to be first with the news,like their reporting from the frontline, i admire the posters that are able to write a piece on their own,like phil from Ajarn.com,now thats interesting as coming from ones own self,that impresses me.
but who am i / just my views. while people are running round like headless chickens,did you hear what trump is up to,i'm thinking now what shall i have for tea tonight.peace of mind Tarra.  so have Thai people very bad taste  ;D
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #102 on: August 12, 2018, 09:26:56 AM »
Nan, that one came a cropper.
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #103 on: August 12, 2018, 11:24:54 AM »
Nan, that one came a cropper.
Nan, that one came a cropper classic ;)
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Re: Nans moans keep out / black belt in karaoke
« Reply #104 on: August 13, 2018, 03:16:07 PM »
black belt in karaoke
reading the news mgronline.com. and you could fortell this would happen a stateless origami contestant wants to know. If the cave boys can get citizenship what about him,suppose he has a point,so where do you draw the line. the guy was was placed third in a team contest for under 12s organized by the Japan Origami Airplane Association (JOAA) back in 2009,when he was promised to get citizenship being stateless. there are many stateless people,especially those born in Thailand,would be nice to give them citizenship

I can just see the expats on retirement exstension. hey! what about me,i'm a black belt in karaoke, if the cave boys can get citizenship,why not me. Now what unusual honor would you say a retired expat bring into the Kingdom. err! pic below ;D



no charges
bit more serious in the news,violence on the roads now more than ever,my argument is how can a guy pull a sword out on another and no action is taken,no fine,no court appearance,nothing, the sentence get down and  :wai is this why it happens time and time again. they said it wasn't serious. pulling a sword on someone,thats not serious. If they don't punish people and let them go scott free, how will it ever change. hey guys before you go round honking your horn at people,remember some are armed. take the good advice given by Thaiwolf https://www.dailynews.co.th/regional/660063
video only can watch youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfkWxI2FlyY

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Re: Nans moans keep out / casanova
« Reply #105 on: August 14, 2018, 05:15:33 PM »
Thais are very materialistic
yes they are Thais are very materialistic,so not knocking the thai people but it's the way it is, most thais see money as a comfort in life which it is,in some ways. but they differ in ways of getting it,some work manualy,very long hours,while others see no shame in their morals with the walking farang atm style or other sordid means,as long as the money is there. i have seen some of the most odd couples shapes and sizes you wouldn't believe,buying happines is not a one off payment,more of a monthly finance deal,in this game,when the payments stop,your goods get re-possessed,which in most cases were second hand when you got them in the first place  :-[

most believe they can go to the temple and ask budah,new car,money,luck and get it.would be nice or would it,as money easy come is easy go,so you still have nothing. is it good or is it bad to have no other interests other than material ones,it might buy a short time of happiness,but can't buy health or life,a daunting thought it would be anyway if we lived forever,the attitude of i'll do that tomorow,which never comes,so nothing achieved.

wonder what the percentage is,where as a thai partner is only interested in money,most of the successful relationships i know the farang is well caked up with the stuff most love,does the relationship last because the money dont run out,interesting thought. wonder how the thai guys feel about all this,or even more interesting is why do the farang like thai girls opposed to one in there own country,suppose only the silent farang knows the answer to that. amazing how some of these guys think they are a casanova.

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Re: Nans moans keep out / do Thai people have very bad taste
« Reply #106 on: August 14, 2018, 07:12:14 PM »
do /size]
there are so many insults against thai people and their other habits and culture.could be these guys are either over the top on the liquid gold or just need to vent their anger when things don't go their way,perhaps they come to a country they don't like.

You mean like this?  8)

how can a guy pull a sword out on another and no action is taken,no fine,no court appearance,nothing, the sentence get down and  :wai is this why it happens time and time again. they said it wasn't serious. pulling a sword on someone,thats not serious. If they don't punish people and let them go scott free, how will it ever change.


 

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #107 on: August 14, 2018, 07:25:19 PM »
Honking your horn.   ;)

How dare you point out their mistake in front of all the other motorists, by honking your horn!  It will cause a loss of face and we can't have that in Thailand. Gotta pull out that sword or any other weapon and become unhinged because someone pointed out your stupidity.  Then, when you get caught for pulling a "Krakatoa" , make sure all the fake sorry(s) and wais come out. ;D
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #108 on: August 14, 2018, 07:29:09 PM »
Korat woman,73,abandoned with grandson


my report of the abandoned Korat grandma left with the 9 yr.old grandson,she is so happy now some have paid attention to her plight through the news item and donated. many people visited the ailing Manee Muakpha at her house in Tambon Sema Yai in Korat’s Bua Yai district to give her money,rice and dried foods,some give consumers goods.in her own words,she said,she felt like she had been born again,so happy as the dried food will last quite a while.the Nakhon Ratchasima Social Development and Human Security Office promised to pay her grandson,Pirapat Muakpha,Bt2,000 a month until he turns 18. Nakhon Ratchasima governor Wichian Channothai also gave a bicycle to the boy so he could ride to school. see there are some
people willing to help


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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #109 on: August 15, 2018, 12:29:06 PM »
Obesity in monks

Religious offerings of sugary drinks and fatty foods might bring good luck to the Buddhist devotees, but they’ve created a major health crisis for the monks consuming them. Monks receive donations of juice, tea and coffee, and dishes laden with fat and sugar from Buddhist faithful hoping for good karma in this life and the next.  reading an article in the bangkokpost the monks are putting on too much weight,so giving alms i shall remember not to give those lovely home cooked meals,something a bit more healthy but boring and a bottle of water,no sugary drinks. but whenever you see an ornament of a budah he has a jolly smile and a big quivering belly. that's the monk i like. but health officials have issued a nationwide warning,obesity in monks. now ranks the as the second heaviest nation in Asia. a study by Chulalongkorn University more than 40% have high cholesterol,nearly 25% have high blood pressure and 1 in 10 are diabetic.

Fasting but fatter: How sugary drinks are ruining Buddhist monks' health

https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1520938/obesity-in-monks-a-ticking-time-bomb

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #110 on: August 15, 2018, 02:04:57 PM »
this thread is tops, interesting and posted from the heart. admire your ability to ignore the deliberately provocative remarks
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out / imagine
« Reply #111 on: August 16, 2018, 11:23:26 AM »
Imagine there'a no countries It isn't hard to do. Nothing to kill or die for and no religions too. Imagine all the people living in peace. You, you may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one I hope some day you'll join us, and the world be as one

religion
going on a but more with the subject of religion,not mentioning the habits in other countries of what disgusting people who are in a position to be looked up to and followed. dare i say MY GOD. here in Thailand we also have some dishonest people at the top,helping themselves to other people riches. then there's the odd monk who falls weak,has a dabble in the drink n drugs and straight away that's news,all over the internet,no mention of the others,the true following monk being dragged down by a few.end of last year,Thailand had about 300,000 monks and 60,000 novice monks out of a population of about 66 million,according to the government. wonder what the usual run of the mill monk feels about his boss running away with a pot of gold. :o

imagine no religion
can you imagine what the crime rate and offences would be commited here at home if there was no buddhism,i myself follow the best way i can and believe in karma like many others,believing if you do wrong it will come back on you one day,so a lot try to be good citizens,thinking it's the best way. buddhism in Thailand is represented primarily by the presence of Buddhist monks,who serve as officiants on ceremonial occasions,as well as being responsible for preserving and conveying the teachings of the Buddha. but you have to give the tradditional something of course.

survival
so how do they survive,they are completely reliant on the lay community to provide them with the material things they need. buddhists seek to reach a state of nirvana,following the path of the Buddha,there is no belief in a personal god. buddhists believe that nothing is fixed or permanent and that change is always possible.        go on give now be happy in the afterlife ;)
 
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Re: Nans moans keep out / do you know who i am
« Reply #112 on: August 17, 2018, 12:00:29 PM »
do you know who i am
New cars red plates,get out the way,i'm weathy,do you know who i am,think so you have a nice shiny new car,how much a month do you pay. :-X big silence. do some people keep changing their cars just to get a red plate,then mentality steps in,i am better than you,so move over,look how fast i can go. oh! dear crunched it

this week alone two cars worth over 20 mil shunted themselves one way or another into another vehicle. back in 2013 they was going to do away with the red plates on cars,but it never materalised. new car buyers want to use the red plate with their new cars as long as possible just to show they are brand new not second hand cars.

driving with red plates used to be a hassle,risks being stopped by highway police for checks,if they drive cars on provincial highways,the law used to allow driving cars with red plate until just when dusk falls around 6pm,you also needed a log book to show your destination or face fines,cough cough, you can't plead im just a poor guy you have a red plate,you want to look wealthy you have to play and pay the part.

not an easy task for a foreigner as the log book was in thai and i doubt if the police will understand what they write in the book unless they are bilingual. red plate and foreigner,that will be expensive. the law used to be if you want to drive at night you have to get special approval from the dmv to do so. you needed to get approval for every trip. but what do i know, wonder what to have for tea tonight

does anyone know why some drive around with no plates at all,can't be legal.red plate is is a guarantee money maker for some,showing off can be ones downfall.



a list of some of the weirdest driving laws from around the world that motorists could be penalised by express.co.uk
China: It is apparently illegal to stop for pedestrians.

Cyprus: Laws state that you are not allowed to eat or drink anything whilst driving and motorists caught can land themselves with four penalty points and a small fine. UK drivers could also be penalised for this in Britain if it is deemed to be distracting.

Denmark: Before getting in your car, it is the law to check underneath your vehicle for children.

France: You must have a breathalyser in your car at all times - although you won’t receive a penalty for not carrying one.

Germany: It is illegal to breakdown on the Autobahn, which is German’s main motorway with an unrestricted speed limit meaning motorists could technically travel over 200mph (if their car permits it.

Japan: Must like in the UK, motorists could be handed a hefty fine if they splash a pedestrian with water or mud.

Philippines: Motorists are forbidden from driving on a Monday if their number ends in one or two. In fact, the last digits on your number plate can dictate which days you can and cannot drive on.

Switzerland: Drivers are not allowed to wash their cars on a Sunday. If you do get caught doing so you could end up in court.

Russia: In Moscow, you can be handed a $38 fine for having a dirty car.

South Africa: Motorists face a $600 fine if they do not stop or slow down for bovine animals and let them cross the road or pass.

Thailand: According to Thai law, you are not allowed to drive without your top on. Anyone caught can receive a ticket or a small fine.

In the US, however, is where some of the most bizarre laws are with states having some unusual rules.

Alabama: It is against the law to drive blindfolded, just in case you were planning on doing so.

Alaska: It is illegal to tie a dog to the roof of your car.

Florida: Another unusual and old law states that if you park an elephant in a parking bay, you must buy a ticket

Illinois: It is unlawful in the city of Evanston, Illinois to change clothes while in your vehicle with the curtain drawn.

Maine: Unbelievably driver must not park in front of a Dunkin’ Donuts store
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #113 on: August 17, 2018, 01:59:11 PM »
Do you know who I am? No doubt you all saw this story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/saudi_arabia/article-6067445/British-tourist-pays-26-000-penalty-speeding-33-times-Dubai-rented-Lamborghini.html

Yes, we know who you are: attempted arsonist, drugs dealer, and stupid enough to go to Dubai
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #114 on: August 17, 2018, 02:49:46 PM »
he has been unable to leave the United Arab Emirates city since then, as could not afford to pay the hefty fine. Stuck in Dubai is a sentence in itself, one of Tamun tuns favourite haunts, he likes it so much he won't even leave the airport area ;)

The guy couldn't leave anyway as he did not have access to his passport, the Rent a Car held on to the document as a guarantee for using the £260,000 supercar.  Under Dubai law it is the owner of the vehicle who is penalised for speeding rather than the driver. wonder if that's unlawful to keep someones passport.
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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #115 on: August 18, 2018, 12:08:20 PM »
huh in thailand it not legal to drive with your top off.  thats a in my opininion superb laugh but you can moonie out the back of a baht bus

 

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Re: Nans moans keep out / little on the Grr! side
« Reply #116 on: August 18, 2018, 04:39:17 PM »
on reading yesterdays post on the anonymous poll t.visa done on expats

a growing number of Western expats are not happy in the Land of Smiles. Such is the quality of comments as, Expat suicide? “Nah, he deserved it…for shacking up with a bar girl” rarely a word of remorse or pity let alone an RIP graces those boards, In fact, these expat forums seem to be where the most depressed and pessimistic farangs come to congregate.

little on the Grr! side
could be enough to make one a little on the Grr! side, as in Thailand a great country but some things are hard on farangs,that have no idea on how it swings and what makes it tick,them that have been here a while know the score and except it. some westerners cannot grasp what is expected of them,when you find a wife,then buy a house which is not in your name,normaly the lady has a couple of kids already by a thai man which they take care of them as well,like a ready made family,whilst bunging the inlaws some money into the bargain for your second hand wife. ruthless as it may seem it happens to some just as they are checking the exchange rate :-[

i don't see westerners going to say india or places as such doing the same thing,so what has this thai lady got opposed to other ladies around the world. you can't dismiss the fact that this don't happen,although i have heard some farangs say, i don't give her nothing, what do you think. some don't even live in Thailand but each month they send money,to their so called partner which sometimes also has a thai man in tow at the same time.

The idea of paying for a relationship may not agree with your way of thinking,but in Thailand i find this is quite common,now the new farang owner,the thai lady on your arm,cannot lose face,so you are a rich farang even if your not. the common questions she will be asked,is he rich,how much does he give you a month,so she might tell a few lies in order for no loss of face. questions about the relationship westerners consider this intrusive,an invasion of privacy,but quite common in Thailand.

Making the biggest strain on the relaionship is the wifes family,most thais feels compelled to keep sending money to their family.she doesn't want to lose face,so more money out your pocket to someone you don't even know that well,so the arguments start and are now starting to wear you both down,as her family are expecting an easy life through this goldmine their daughter has found,in some cases if you don't give the family,they might advise her,find another not so mean farang.

ignorance does not help your post one bit but it probably says an awful lot about you.
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out
« Reply #117 on: August 19, 2018, 02:49:31 PM »
just to say that cartoon says it all. i notice in my stay when i was in thailand with a lot of expats it is like a dick waving contest about who is better integrated.  People trying to learn the local language and culture is a good thing, I just don't think it is necessary to look down on others who haven't succeeded as well as you. miss thai so muk muk :-[
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out / your dog is waiting for you
« Reply #118 on: August 25, 2018, 02:38:57 PM »
your dog is waiting for you


most disturbing articles in the news,about the so called mans best friend,the good folk of Muang Phang Nga have been feeding this dog which is thought to have fallen or jumped off a pick up truck. the dog being so weak but would not let people approach it,sits in the centre island intersection,awaiting the return of its owner. lets hope someone sees this picture in the news and returns to find this loney,scared dog. he has a better chance of surviving than these poor dogs had below,captured for food. warning a horrid video

the dog meat trade

Dog Meat Free Indonesia - I didn't know


Dogs are bound in sacks before their slaughter at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near Yogyakarta, May 29, 2011. (Reuters file photo)

Fien Harini still remembers when Ireng, her mongrel pet dog, disappeared and never returned home.

"I cried for days," the resident of Solo in Central Java told Asia Focus. "In Solo, when a pet dog doesn't return home, you can be sure it has been stolen to be slaughtered for meat and will end up in one of those dog meat satay stalls.

"Dog meat dishes purported to boost virility and have healing qualities are popular delicacies in Solo. But there is not enough supply so pet dogs, especially mongrels, are highly targeted by poachers."

In Jakarta, meat derived from dogs is served in dishes offered by specialty eateries called lapo. Customers can identify such establishments if they see the number B1 -- a code for dog meat -- on the signage.

The trade of dog and cat meat remains rampant in some parts of Indonesia, where dog meat dishes are traditional delicacies for some ethnic and cultural groups. However, dog and cat meat are not included among consumable meat products regulated by the country's food law.

Roughly 7% of Indonesia's 260 million people consume dog meat, according to an estimate by Dog Meat Free Indonesia (DMFI), which has investigated the illegal trade. It is campaigning to abolish the dog meat trade, end animal cruelty, promote animal welfare and halt the spread of zoonotic diseases.

Its effort appears to be gaining ground, as the government has said it plans to issue a regulation that will ban dog meat and other meat derived from cats and exotic animals.

A national forum on animal welfare held in Jakarta earlier this month agreed that dog meat is not for human consumption and its commercial distribution should be banned. Syamsul Ma'arif, director of veterinary public health at the agriculture ministry, said a ministerial regulation to that effect was in the pipeline.

"The regulation will emphasise banning practices that are violations of animal welfare. It will not regulate consumption so much for those whose cultures that recognise it," Ma'arif told Asia Focus.

He added that it would take some time to finalise the regulation since it will have to accommodate many interests, but he expects the ministry to issue it within this year. even more https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1524910/paws-up-indonesia-tackles-the-dog-meat-trade
ignorance does not help your post one bit but it probably says an awful lot about you.
 

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Re: Nans moans keep out / Against the rules
« Reply #119 on: August 26, 2018, 06:01:55 PM »
walking from Trang to Doi Inthanon mountain in Chiang Mai to spread the ashes of his girlfriend


a real sad story of a man who has spent over a year walking from Trang to Doi Inthanon mountain in Chiang Mai to spread the ashes of his girlfriend. he was fulfilling a promise given to his girlfriend, who died in October 2016, to take her to visit Doi In Thanon. a man with a pure heart & soul. with her ashes in a handcart sleeping at the side of the road. i hope she is looking down on him,she would be real proud,he planned to make merit for his girlfriend on the mountaintop and spread her ashes there. he met two dogs and the kitten along the way



Scattering ashes, pets? Against the rules, mourner told

after pushing a handcart all the way from Trang to scatter his wife's ashes on Doi Inthanon has now been told it is not allowed, my heart goes out to this guy for the love he has for her.only to learn, rules are rules and must be strictly enforced. And scattering of ashes within the park is definitely against regulations.

Allowing Mr Sakchai to scatter the cremated remains of his wife, Saifon Singsanan, could result in damage to the environment and would encourage others to follow suit, he was told. The park would, however, help him by taking care of his two dogs Krachao and Namo and the cat, whose name is unknown, Mr Roong said. Mr Sakchai would be exempted from entry fees and would be provided with free guest accommodation.His epic journey started in January last year, picking his companions up along the way.

Mr Sakchai has been on the road for one year and seven months, a journey of 1,500 kilometres on foot

เชียงใหม่ ด้วยรักอันยิ่งใหญ่!!!หนุ่มเดินเท้าปีกว่าพาอัฐิคนรักไปโปรยบนดอยอินทนนท์ทำตามสัญญา


https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1527090/vow-kept-as-walker-nears-mountain-with-wifes-urn
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