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Post by bsb » 25 May 2013 08:18

hello mike ....if you are correct ..at your guess and you may be ...I promise you no one but the feral dog lover would call it that

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Post by yoursTruly » 13 Jul 2013 21:37

This looks like a fun way to wile away the afternoon, Dirty Harry style (Doug says: "Hmm, could work for dogs too"):

Bug-A-Salt -- new death dealing weapon for Bang Saphan -- check out the video

http://kk.org/cooltools/archives/12372? ... a-36216361
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Tonight only! Free Beer ,well drinks and sex if u desire

Post by bsb » 29 Jul 2013 07:53

Please arrive at appropriate time and dress upscale casual.......

no rude or lude behavior will be tolerated, just have a good time and respect others

as you will expect them to respect you

see you tonight

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Post by yoursTruly » 12 Aug 2013 00:30

Unfortunately, Bang Saphan is a fashion backwater, and we don't see much of *this* about town:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagging_%28fashion%29
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Post by bsb » 12 Aug 2013 08:02

"unfortunately" I think we are fortunate as hell this low rent look does't go on here. It actually started in prisons as a way for different gangs to identifyeach other. The blacks acually stole (no surprize here) idea from the mexican/hispanic gangs and it migrated to the streets. I am sure that some local punks wanting so hard to be something they aren't will adapt in time.

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Post by yoursTruly » 24 Aug 2013 23:09

Before the 1800s people slept in a way that modern sleepers would find bizarre – they slept twice...

I think this happens quite a bit in BS: the bars close earlier, and people wake up in the middle of the night)

http://slumberwise.com/science/your-anc ... -like-you/
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Post by yoursTruly » 01 Sep 2013 22:48

Dunkin’ Donuts Ad in Thailand Causes Uproar
A new ad from the company's Thai division is raising eyebrows, and the donut chain has apologized for it on Twitter

http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/08/31/dun ... picks=true

...Like the old "Darkie Toothpaste", which had to change its name...
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Post by yoursTruly » 02 Sep 2013 23:29

BREAKING NEWS....

Ths just in...
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A group of former All Blacks have beaten a team of Thai ladyboys in an elephant polo match.

The ex-rugby stars team, captained by Robin Brooke, and included Olo Brown and Charles Riechelmann, went trunk to trunk with the Miss Tiffany Beauty Queens in Thailand at the weekend.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/artic ... d=11118207
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Post by yoursTruly » 22 Sep 2013 23:40

Thai Kratom is very popular here in Portland (that's Mt. Hood in the distance)...

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It's used mainly for pain relief and relaxation. Below is a link to a store's web page.

http://www.herbstomp.com/index.php/buy- ... and-oregon

Also interesting that the "Thai Office of the Narcotics Control Board has proposed decriminalizing kratom and affirmed its use as an integral part of Thai culture..."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kratom#Thailand
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Post by yoursTruly » 22 Sep 2013 23:57

Kick Boxing

"Gone in 30 seconds"...what happens when a large, fat Brit meets a small Thai in a kickboxing ring (in Bangkok?).

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Job listings for farangs in Thailand...

Post by yoursTruly » 23 Sep 2013 00:03

Didn't know there were any...

http://www.reddit.com/r/ThaiJobs/
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Post by yoursTruly » 23 Sep 2013 06:56

Oops, sorry. No kick boxing here. Just good old bar fight boxing, at least on the part of the Brit.

BTW, the whole thing looks a bit staged, as when the Brit stops punching, and and just stands there waiting to be hit in the jaw, twice. Not that I doubt he was hit... And of course, the two of them had that little conference before the fight started.
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Post by yoursTruly » 10 Oct 2013 22:55

"Saudi Arabia and Thailand still do not have diplomatic relations because a Thai janitor stole the Saudi prince's diamonds in 1989."

In 1989, Kriangkrai Techamong, a Thai worker, stole jewelry and other valuable gems from the palace of Prince Faisal bin Fahd where he was employed as a janitor.[2] Kriangkrai had access to the princess's bedroom and managed to hide the stolen jewelry in a vacuum cleaner bag at the palace. The haul included a valuable Blue diamond and other gems, which Kriangkrai shipped back to his home in Lampang province, Thailand.[3]

An investigation launched by a team from the Royal Thai Police spearheaded by Lieutenant-General Chalor Kerdthes led to the arrest of Kriangkrai and recovery of most of the stolen jewelry. Kriangkai was sentenced to seven years in prison, but he was released after three years after confessing to the crime.

When a team of Royal Thai policemen under Lieutenant-General Chalor Kerdthes flew to Saudi Arabia to return the stolen jewelry the Saudi Arabian authorities found that about half of the returned jewels were fake and the Blue Diamond was missing.

Mohammad al-Ruwaili,[4] a Saudi Arabian businessman close to the Saudi royal family travelled to Bangkok to investigate the case, but was abducted and killed. Three months later, three officials from the Saudi Embassy were also shot dead in Bangkok. The murders remain unsolved.[5]

Lieutenant-General Chalor himself was convicted of ordering the murder of the wife and son of a gem dealer involved in the affair in 1995,[6] and sentenced to death. The supreme court upheld the ruling and sentenced Lieutenant-General Chalor to death on October 16, 2009.[7] Six other officers were also found guilty of involvement in the murders. Chalor's sentence has since been reduced to fifty years by King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the occasion of his 84th birthday anniversary.[8]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Diamond_Affair

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Post by yoursTruly » 11 Oct 2013 11:03

This simple diagram explains why there really is *no HOPE*. The author states: "We're not trying to make sensitive girls depressed".

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Post by bsb » 15 Oct 2013 09:36

On political culture, Mr Thirayuth said Thailand is a society plagued by the patronage system or, in harsher words, is a society of servants.

He said since Thais like to use the word "khee" (shit) to describe people, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra can be described as the "khee kham" of Thai politics. He said "khee kham" is a hardened lump of faeces that blocks the rectum and is hard to remove.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra can be described as "khee yong" or "khee bae", Mr Thirayuth said. He explained "khee yong" is usually used to describe a young woman who likes to be well-dressed and always looks beautiful, while "khee bae" refers to those who appear easy going and not serious about anything

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