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  1. Is he working as an English teacher now? Why hasn't more been done by the Bib to reel this monster in? A fugitive child molesting teacher. Surely this could make CNN. I guess it's a money factor. No money in catching him or not. Sad. There should be a reward for his capture.
  2. No one is actively chasing this guy Hall. The police have to wait and see if anyone i.d 's him. This is not the movie "The Fugitive".
  3. I thought South Africans were classed as non-native speakers in Thailand. Ha, just joking. But what happened to my video? I shall post it again, maybe it will bring good luck. Take care Darron, this goes out to you, Dozi, the Afrikaans singing legend.
  4. Massive raid as "coloreds" targeted in Nana this morning

    All drugs in Thailand are dealt by Africans. Sacasm Alert!
  5. Being openly gay is a handicap is it? Being gay affects the way you do your job? Was it not Hitler who denounced homosexuality and murder thousands in WW2. And when has the current government said that the U.K is a joke? Your opinions are bigoted nonsense.
  6. Deported from China

  7. Deported from China

    Visa problems and illegal drugs can lead to fines, jail and a humilating black stamp in your passport Visa, drugs and improper behaviors may lead to deportation for foreigners in China. An incident that happened two years ago still haunts Laurel. She got deported from China to her home country Canada. "It was the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to me, I was so ashamed," the 24-year-old woman said. "I felt like a criminal." She said it was hard for her to talk about it with anyone. Only her parents and a few very close friends know about it. According to Sawyer Bao, a lawyer who represents foreigners in China, the most common reasons for deportation among foreigners in China, especially in big cities, are entering into China, residing and working in China illegally. "The most common cases are working in China without a valid work visa and overstaying their visa period," Bao said. "Most of them are doing legal jobs, like teaching or catering at a restaurant, but without a work visa." WIll this affect teachers in Thailand? Or policy in Thailand? http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1063281.shtml
  8. Yes, from the photo you can clearly see rust on it.
  9. There are rumours that Yingluck left home on Wednesday night in the vehicle of a high-up government official. She was driven to border Thai-Cambodian near Koh Chang (Trat to Hat Lek border crossing) . Yingluck was then escorted by her body guards to Phnom Penh International Airport. Where a private jet was waiting for her. She flew to Singapore and met up with her brother Thaksin. They are then rumoured to board his private Lear jet to Dubai. So Yingluck and Thaksin would have arrived yesterday afternoon in Dubai. I guess that today they are sorting out all her paperwork for Citizenship, etc. Her immediate family must have traveled out the country also, but maybe not together.
  10. Don’t come to court Friday: Yingluck

    "Don't come to court tomorrow." "Wait for the news at home."
  11. Waiting for this one to be released. Good Time (2017)