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    Swedish tourist killed in Pattaya motorcycle crash

    yes looks like an 'offroad' bike with offroad tyres, those knobblies are frightening on a wet road.
  2. You're in good company then ..............
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    Fastest WiFi Routers Available In Thailand?

    Give up explaining, they don't seem to be listening that the problem is in your home. The problem you seem to have is radio propagation, the behavior of radio waves as they travel, or are propagated, from one point to another, or into various parts of the atmosphere - wiki. Have you considered running it through the mains wiring with powerline adapters, see below for 2 review sites otherwise you are left with running cable(s). https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/network-wifi/best-powerline-adapters-for-2018-3490638/ http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/networks/powerline-networking/1404304/what-is-powerline-networking-and-how-fast-is-it-versus-wi-fi
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    Fastest WiFi Routers Available In Thailand?

    I've done it in our resort on about half a rai, I needed one wi fi repeater but both the router and repeater are outside. I Haven't set any limits but from what I've read is you can limit the upload speed per user but not the download speed but not 100% sure so could someone with more knowledge on it comment please?.
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    Shutting down an Android Box.

    Mine was taken out during a thunderstorm, we lost a 48'' tv during a different thunderstorm and I think it was actually the satellite box that did it. The thunderstorm was close and I think there was a buildup of charge that came down the screen from the satellite dish. I have seen in Global constant voltage transformers, they look like a large metal box with a voltmeter on the front and I saw them used a lot in India but a friend bought one after his fridge was damaged during a thunderstorm. http://purevoltproductspvtl.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008820245127/pdtl/Voltage-transformer/1158089998/Constant-Voltage-Transformer.htm
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    Fastest WiFi Routers Available In Thailand?

    We recently had a 150mbps upgrade with TOT and they changed our router to a D-Link AC1200 dual channel router. I will say for streaming it doesn't seem any faster outside of Thailand than our 70mbps connection was, is this the single gateway?.
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    Shutting down an Android Box.

    My android box has an off button on the remote control. I think Android is based on Unix and it doesn't clear cache memory on shutting down so you need a cache cleaner apk of which there are many in the Google store. I have one Android box taken out by a brownout, it doesn't get past the boot screen, tried a factory reset and still the same.
  8. Prince Charles is one of the best examples of this, talking down to everybody.
  9. They do go soft if left in water for any length of time, fish sauce?.
  10. Agreed but I think the vet meant giving a cube of cheese every day from when a puppy, our youngest dog chews and the oldest gulps as you say. Our dogs teeth are white from the hide bones, is there some way of flavouring them so the dog will be interested?. Just had a thought, our dogs love ice so we fill small bowls with water and freeze them - about the size of a portion of rice. Our dogs crunch the ice so maybe that can help a bit?.
  11. It's abrasive like toothpaste.
  12. We use those hide bones with the knot tied in the ends and our dogs love them and will chew for hours. We have golden retrievers so only buy the large size as the small ones last minutes. I thought Dentastix were meant for teeth cleaning & bad breath so maybe he's got the dog equivalent of gingivitis. Another solution, but expensive, is cheese as recommended by a UK vet.
  13. Elon Musk can 'stick his submarine where it hurts', says British caver who helped rescue Thai schoolboys https://uk.news.yahoo.com/elon-musk-apos-stick-submarine-135400247.html
  14. Elon Musk can 'stick his submarine where it hurts', says British caver who helped rescue Thai schoolboys https://uk.news.yahoo.com/elon-musk-apos-stick-submarine-135400247.html
  15. No he has South African, Canadian & American citizenship. Resident in US though.
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