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  2. No problems in my neck of the woods. Live in a city expect city traffic. Dont like city traffic move out of city.
  3. Republican Congressman suggests killing female Senators who blocked Trumpcare Republican Congressman from Texas Blake Farenthold is angry that Congress hasn’t voted to repeal Obamacare and replace it with his own party’s bill – and he’s taking it out on his female colleagues in the Senate. Rep. Farenthold said during a radio interview that “some female senators from the Northeast” are to blame for the Senate not voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And apparently their gender is the only thing keeping him from taking the matter even further. “If it was a guy from south Texas, I might ask him to step outside and settle this Aaron Burr-style,” Farenthold said. Farenthold was referring to the 1804 duel between Vice President Aaron Burr and Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, in which Burr shot and killed Hamilton during a duel in the aftermath of the New York gubernatorial election.
  4. Isn't that exactly what Suthep did but he has never been touched
  5. Guest houses record all guests ,however frequent guests do not give in their passport.of course depends on the my case I visit Thailand every few months and occasionally I stop at a friend's guest house in jomtien condo plaza and she no longer asks for my passport.
  6. to buy and sell a car as i did last week i had to make 2 residents letters from immigration one for buying and one for selling. my insurance broker who i insured it with done the rest of the paper work for me with the car i bought. all very simple. good luck
  7. In one word, YES!
  8. What with that and Yingluck"s assets they are having a good week . . . .
  9. this is so disgusting that I just cannot comment except to say the owner should be put down and the villagers should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this mutt to live. if this ever happened in my neighborhood the dog would be dead and the owner would be sued out of his hut.
  10. Who gets the 21 million? or parts there of.
  11. i dont think what i posted is OFFENSIVE,the boy met him online,and went to the hotel on his own free will. was it to play? up dolly,down dolly,up dolly,OOPS DOLLY SICK. come on oxx i thought you knew what went on. oops there i go again speculation.
  12. "If you should die without a will while you are in Thailand, your assets are distributed according to the law in Thailand and this means that family members are given priority. Half of the estate will automatically be passed to the spouse and then the rest will be divided first among the children, then to surviving parents, then full-blood brothers and sisters, then half-blood brothers and sisters, then grandparents and finally aunts and uncles. If you should die with no will and there is no family, then the state has the right to take all your property and sell it as it sees fit." You need a will to ensure your spouse gets all that 50% of the condo uncontested.
  13. Their appears to be 34.5358 billion shortfall. Can't get blood out of a stone!
  14. Lest we forget, he set up a meeting with the Russian ambassador to attempt to setup a secure communications link, suggesting that he could use Russian equipment at the Russian embassy/consulate to directly talk to them. The Russian ambassador on intelligence intercepts was noted as saying that even to him this was pretty nuts (of course he said it in Russian) This guy is playing spy vs spy with the intention of getting richer and nothing else.
  15. I'm not sure it will ever be possible to prove beyond any doubt that the Russian interference changed the outcome. But you are right that Trump certainly seems to think so. Maybe because he knows something, or maybe it's just his usual insecurity. He knows that even if proven, he would still be president as there is no mechanism for a do-over of the election. Yet he seems more concerned about losing the veneer of the "bigly win" that he so craves. And just for the sake of that vanity, to preserve that veneer, he is prepared to let Russia continue to interfere, he is prepared to let American election integrity die for the sake of his vanity by trying to stymie the investigations. I haven't seen such self absorption since the looniest inbred Roman emperors. T
  16. Why, are you and your yellow friends planning to do all that again?
  17. Well in so far as 'deep impact' we know the young ones inseminate Thai females at a higher rate, so there is something.
  18. "Just shoot them", words heard spoken by Abhisit before 90 people are killed? Tried and acquitted. Lucky they have got new armament's for the military. If all else fails hop on the sub. Without the critique of the public, a Government will never know how effective their policies are. So if one speaks out they will be creating national dis-harmony, with the possible outcome of some intervention by the military court.
  19. Pro Trump, Racism.. 5555. Look at the number of south asians and africans in Bkk..
  20. i agree with you yet again with your comment. you should of said that a first, and im in the 1% sorry to hear about your accident. you also never mentioned that you got married prior to your accident. TV members are smart i know but we are not all mind readers. please stop your aggressive attitude.
  21. Ah the benefits of privilege. Wangled himself to give private testimony instead of public and then releases and 11 page letter prior to the hearing and speaks publicly after the hearing to shape the story as the public will know only what he said outside of the hearing.
  22. Thailand seizes $21 million in assets from dead founder of dark net marketplace AlphaBay BY REUTERS Image supplied BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai police have seized nearly $21 million worth of assets, from cars to cryptocurrency, belonging to the late founder of dark web marketplace AlphaBay, who died in a Bangkok jail this month, they said on Monday. Alexandre Cazes, a 25-year-old Canadian citizen, was arrested in Thailand on July 5 at the request of the United States. Thai police on Monday confirmed he was the administrator of AlphaBay, an online site devoted to the sale of illicit goods, ranging from computer hacking tools to drugs and weapons. AlphaBay was widely considered the biggest online black market for drugs, estimated to host daily transactions totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars. Cazes was found dead in his cell at the Narcotics Suppression Bureau in Bangkok on July 12 before he was due to be extradited to the United States, deputy national police chief Chalermkiat Sriworakan said. Full story: -- © Copyright Thai Tech 2017-07-25
  23. And even if that is questionable, you'll still find a job
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