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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by nan on June 10, 2018, 01:14:07 PM »
The one at the back from silicone valley looks a bit  Ruff...Ruff
that's strinfellow :evilgrin
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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by Taman Tun on June 10, 2018, 08:50:18 AM »
The one in blue, she is a true Tory
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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by jivvy on June 10, 2018, 06:51:35 AM »
Quote
may have which one is she

The one at the back from silicone valley looks a bit  Ruff...Ruff
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Half as serious and less / Re: Tight American Tourist
« Last post by jivvy on June 10, 2018, 06:45:48 AM »

Probably squeaks when he walks...
Tight ars-stard
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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by thaiga on June 10, 2018, 12:23:51 AM »
may have which one is she   ;)
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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by Taman Tun on June 09, 2018, 09:33:02 PM »
Here is another story from The Sun. One photo shows him with Theresa May.  I wonder if he.....
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6471664/bella-wright-tamed-peter-stringfellow/
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Half as serious and less / Tight American Tourist
« Last post by thaiga on June 09, 2018, 09:00:58 PM »
ta very much

If you’d lost a bag containing 50,000 baht and someone was honest enough to hand it in to the cops how much would you give as a reward - myself would be 5,000 bht.

stickboybkk.com
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Girl, 5, loses arm when sweater gets stuck in motorcycle wheel

 A five-year-old girl in Surin lost her left arm when her sweater got entangled in the back wheel of a motorcycle driven by her mother on Thursday evening.

Chalongkrung Suwanbutr, a rescuer in Surin’s Muang district, said the accident happened on Pattamanon road in Tambon Nai Muang of Muang district.

Chalongkrung recounted the girl’s plight in a Facebook post at 7.46pm on Thursday.

The post was widely shared by Facebook users who expressed sympathy for the girl.

Chalongkrung said he made the post to warn parents to be careful when driving motorcycles with their kids riding pillion.

He said the girl’s pink sweater got stuck in the wheel, which pulled in her arm before cutting it off.

He put the arm in ice and rushed the girl and the arm to Surin Hospital but it was too late to reattach the limb.

The girl was in a safe condition but remained under close watch by doctors.

nationmultimedia.com
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General Discussions / Re: Stringfellow has died aged 77
« Last post by Taman Tun on June 09, 2018, 08:37:21 PM »
This is extract from article in The Sun:-

He said he was addicted to vodka, champagne and sex, regularly admitting: “I’m not capable of being faithful.”

He once claimed to have bedded more than 2,000 “beautiful ladies”.

After a £1.1million divorce settlement to second wife Coral, mum to his son Scott, he calculated that cheating over 22 years cost him £1,237.50 “per fornication”.

Then he added: “Actually it’s more than that. Say £1,300 including candles and drinks. Of course, I’m a very good lover but I should be. I’ve been doing it long enough.”

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Transport & Traffic / DLT introduces electronic driving test
« Last post by thaiga on June 09, 2018, 04:07:43 PM »
DLT introduces electronic driving test

The Department of Land Transport (DLT) is raising the overall standard of driving tests by introducing an e-driving system developed by vocational students to ensure standardized assessment. In addition to improving the quality of driving for road safety, the new technology also aligns with the government's policy of developing the potential of human resources.

Mr. Sanit Phromwon, Director-General of the Department of Land Transport has collaborated with the Vocational Education Commission to develop prototypes for the e-driving system as a tool to standardize the assessment of driving skills across the country. The collaboration encourages students studying in vocational schools under the Office of the Vocational Education Commission to develop their skills for practical use. The students have also created an installation and maintenance manual, which is a great opportunity for vocational students to develop skills that are needed by technological startups in the future. The e-driving system developed by vocational students uses a computer system to detect vehicle movements as opposed to an instructor overseeing the test. The test consists of driving a vehicle backwards and forwards without hitting marker poles, parking by a pavement within a designated area, and reversing into a parking spot. An alarm will sound if the driver hits any obstacles.

The DLT is piloting the e-driving system at 10 out of its 196 test centers across the country. The remaining systems will be installed by the end of the year, thereby boosting credibility in the issuance of driver's licenses according to international standards.

thainews.prd.go.th
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