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Isaan News / Re: The Isaan Predator - Video
« Last post by thaiga on June 21, 2018, 03:49:47 PM »
here he is WOW!  ::)

Predator Prowls Rural Thailand
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General Discussions / Re: sadvertising
« Last post by nan on June 21, 2018, 10:56:15 AM »
rising wigs

Funniest ad ever: flying wig!
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Alexa Turned Evil

My Alexa Turned Evil.
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Animals & Wildlife / 2 Cat Snack Proves Too Much For Bangkok Python
« Last post by thaiga on June 21, 2018, 12:26:19 AM »
not for the squeamish - khaosodenglish.com

Thai Python Swallows and Vomits TWO Pet Cats
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General Discussions / Re: Vacancy - Entertainment Specialist
« Last post by nan on June 20, 2018, 05:38:39 PM »
hehe
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Isaan News / Re: Girl, 5, dies in locked - the eighth such fatality since 2012
« Last post by thaiga on June 20, 2018, 04:04:09 PM »
Since this has happened now eight times since 2012, the old fashion school register might just do the trick, call the names out, no reply, where are they. i hope you have gone to a better world. R.I.P.

Khon Kaen rallies around family of girl who died in locked pickup



Khon Kaen Governor Somsak Jangtrakul has offered aid and grief counselling to the family of five-year-old Kabinta “Nong Yam” Kehphuang, who died on Monday after being inadvertently left inside a locked pickup truck in sweltering heat for eight hours.

Somsak said the Tambon Huai Moung Administrative Organisation, which supervises the school in Phupha Man district that Kabinta attended and outside of which she died, had offered to sponsor four days of funeral rites and the cremation.

Representatives of the Khon Kaen Social Development and Human Security Office visited the family and gave them Bt2,000 in initial assistance.

More financial aid is forthcoming, including Bt20,000 from the Department of Older Persons, since Kabinta lived with her 70-year-old grandmother, Phetch Noikaew.

The district office has also appealed for public donations for the family.

The girl’s death – the eighth such fatality since 2012 – prompted her teacher, Phichitra Sudtana, 32, to seek treatment for shock at Khon Kaen Rajanagarindra Psychiatric Hospital.

Phichitra was charged with recklessness resulting in another person’s death and released on bail. Her failure to realise that Kabinta had been left in the pickup truck is being blamed in part on school understaffing.

Governor Somsak ordered administrative organisations in 26 districts to ensure there were more than 1,000 teachers or staff members at their 396 kindergartens, and that they were checking more frequently on the 19,000 pupils registered.

The order extends to some 1,000 schools elsewhere in the province.

Somsak said school directors would soon be assembled to discuss further measures, possibly including the introduction of bar-coded student ID cards that would track their arrival at and departure from school and notice any missing pupils.

nationmultimedia.com
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Korat News / Ten passengers injured in Korat bus accident
« Last post by Johnnie F. on June 20, 2018, 04:01:21 PM »


Ten passengers were injured when a Bangkok-Nong Khai bus ran off the road in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Sida district early on Wednesday.


Police said the accident happened at 2.05am on the Mittraparp road.

Ten passengers, who were slightly injured by the impact, were sent for treatment at the Sida district hospital.

The bus was transporting 30 passengers from Bangkok’s Morchit Terminal to Nong Khai.

The bus driver, Thongsak Chaikuad, 33, claimed that a truck suddenly changed lane to block his way, so he swerved to the left to avoid hitting it, causing the bus to run off the road.

The Nation
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tell the truth

Alexa, are you connected to the CIA? Can the CIA hear me now?
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This guy knows what he's doing
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General Discussions / Re: Tips & tricks - don't pick it up
« Last post by thaiga on June 20, 2018, 01:27:37 PM »
well it is different

IF YOU FIND THIS IN THE WALL, DON'T TOUCH IT AND CALL THE POLICE!
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