Oww

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  1. Anyone aware of producers in cm area? I have a (hobby) project and able to pay for large quantities.
  2. Let's hope you go back to wherever you came from.
  3. I'd bet real money the dog is never leashed to a restricted area within the owners property but rather let free to crap, piss and scare/bite anyone it has decided invades 'his territory'. How many Thais do you see in this country using a leash on their dog? Laziness and/or stupidity reigns. I even bought and gave a leash/harness to one of the many morons and it went unappreciated and unused. The standard warning I give now is; 'no leash no owner', hostile animal beware, I pack 'equipment'.
  4. Now please stand up, take a breath and look around. You must be fatigued from bending over and taking it...all the time.
  5. On second thought maybe they should check through all foreigners..cuz the above post proves that tin-foil hat-wearing rejects really do end up in Thailand!
  6. How much of your own money would you care to bet that they weren't sex workers....thought so.
  7. HK Imm. is very well aware of what goes on in Wanchai and other areas. Vice workers from many countries (Thailand, Phil's,VN and even Columbia). What's not mentioned is other factors such as frequency and number of past, short visits by these 2. The transgender declaration form is kinda strange though. I have witnessed them block real women who were suspected sex-workers as well. They were dressed shall we say um... provocatively compared to others in line. (Up to monkey-biz, and not very bright to boot). If I had to guess, something tells me these 2 tranny darlings were not dressed conservatively either. How often do you see a Thai ladyboy dressing down and behaving low-profile...(again, not very bright considering their ultimate goal).
  8. Seeing young people wearing elephant pants is way better than having to see old white men's legs and thighs frankly.
  9. Look who's talking! Get a life, 12K+! posts!
  10. Has anyone done this recently? ( people taking the late night (11.50pm) Korean Air flight)? Re-Entry Stamp at airport before this flight?
  11. If there's any tiny speck of a silver lining from the Kirsty Jones case, it's that the police have used up the old; 'farang murderer bought sperm from a thai ladyboy and planted it on/in the victim'. Even Thai police wouldn't possibly bust that whopper out twice in a row...
  12. When the prime minister suggested that tourists in bikinis made themselves more vulnerable – I interpret that as meaning women who walk about openly in revealing bikinis or swimwear, even if all in innocence, as well meaning safety advice and don`t believe his comments were in anyway directly aimed at the tragic victim, but only quoted in general terms, probably taking into consideration that the maniacs could still be in the vicinity. The Thai police force can not in any-ways be compared with their Western counterparts, for reasons that they do not have adequate financing or the resources to investigate hard core complicated criminal cases efficiently. They only have the very basics of forensic equipment; they do not have the experts in the field, meaning there are no types of Quincy’s on their teams with all the state of the art resources at their disposal. Unless there are obvious clues upon the crime scene or they receive a tip off or a suspect admits to the crime, than the Thai police are working against the odds, more or less based on fate that a breakthrough will transpire. These facts it appears is something that the western media fail to take into consideration, a complete lack of understanding of what is involved here and that the Thai police are under tremendous pressure and working flat out to quickly capture and bring these monsters to justice with the limited resources that they have available to them. A horrible and tragic state of affairs for everyone involved. How many saliva/dna swabs did the police do in the first 4 hours? How many police officers would it take to swab a few hundred people in 4 hours? Not that many. If they didn't think of doing it 'inadequate resources' can't be blamed. The cost of dna testing could be worked out later. But if they don't have the samples it doesn't much matter. Cotton swabs are 90 baht for 1,000.
  13. And by the way,..."tosh" ?!
  14. In case you hadn't noticed, the SAME 8-11 Immigration officers have been there for the past 5-10+ years. They have only expanded to do residency certs in that time. They are only able/willing to process a few people per day each. ("today already full") Do you think they are just unable to train new people? Or are they unwilling to do so because they are raking in too much money? Yes there are more foreigners that need to be processed at Imm (by the same # of staff). By the way, lots of them are students and exchange teachers from China that will not stay long-term. And none of this takes into consideration how many would-be long-term stayers are LEAVING at the airport. Just a bigger crowd at Imm doesn't mean cm is not taking a net loss on long-term foreigners. Utter tosh, a reply to that babble is not needed! Go ahead and try. Why didn't you? Because you can't. It's all true.
  15. In case you hadn't noticed, the SAME 8-11 Immigration officers have been there for the past 5-10+ years. They have only expanded to do residency certs in that time. They are only able/willing to process a few people per day each. ("today already full") Do you think they are just unable to train new people? Or are they unwilling to do so because they are raking in too much money? Yes there are more foreigners that need to be processed at Imm (by the same # of staff). By the way, lots of them are students and exchange teachers from China that will not stay long-term. And none of this takes into consideration how many would-be long-term stayers are LEAVING at the airport. Just a bigger crowd at Imm doesn't mean cm is not taking a net loss on long-term foreigners.