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  1. Just like religion, should be banned as child abuse until the age of 18+
  2. Jing your scraping the barrel and protesting way too much......baiting .............pah give me a break I point out however much you hate him and you do hate him hes legally in , personally couldnt give a toss but find it funny with all the moaning in a democratic country such as the US
  3. I can change my mind but it takes Guesthouse or Naam/Naams dog-s to change it for me usually...............where is GH these days?
  4. but still in legally, its a given they all lie
  5. After a recent experience using Delta Airlines I wouldnt shout too loud about "all American" the service was pretty good but the planes were old/tired last generation Business seats, lost bags, poor food, crap lounges..........it was pretty dismal
  6. Voted in legally.......go figure the American mentality?
  7. dude! C'mon Jing you dont have to stoop that low. Either way voted in by lies or not.....he's in
  8. in which case just go in with a gun kill them all and spend the rest of your life in jail...theres no easy answer
  9. copied from the evil paper that Thailand doesnt want us to see New speeding laws could mean a ban at just 32mph by MICHAEL CLARKE A stunning 'zero tolerance' policy on speeding was unveiled last night. The dramatic crackdown could see bans for drivers who never exceed limits by more than 2mph. To the horror of motoring organisations, Home Office Minister Bob Ainsworth said he wants to press ahead with a major revision of the tottingup procedure. It could mean disqualification for being caught going just one mile an hour too fast on three occasions, 6mph too fast twice, or 16mph over the limit once. The 'margin for error' in current police guidelines, to allow for inaccurate speedometers, would be scrapped. The draconian plan was buried in a Home Office statement about longer jail sentences for drivers who kill. Ministers are braced for a massive backlash and have promised to consult further over the details. But campaign groups said tinkering with limits and fines would still leave a totally unacceptable scheme. 'This is completely the wrong approach - that if you stick to a number on the speedometer you are safe and if you go one mile over it you are a killer,' said Mark McArthur-Christie of the Association of British Drivers. Kevin Delaney, of the RAC Foundation, said: 'These plans will lead to more people watching their speedometers instead of the road, and that will not increase safety.' Critics pointed out that Britain already has the safest roads in Europe, even though the average speed on motorways is estimated at 85mph. They said the plan would be another hammer blow for motorists already struggling to cope with thousands more speed cameras, soaring company car taxation, high fuel prices and the prospect of tolls to drive into London and other cities. Under current laws, most drivers caught speeding get a £60 fixed-penalty ticket and three points on their licence. Anyone reaching 12 points - or exceeding any limit by 30mph - can be banned for a period fixed by magistrates. Police also generally overlook speeds below a level of the limit plus 10 per cent plus 2mph. That equates to 35mph in a 30 zone and 79mph on a motorway. Under the new rules, the points limit will be 20, but more points will be imposed for each offence and the speeds involved will be far lower. There would also be a new £90 fine for faster drivers. The Home Office wants the scheme phased in over two years. Mr Ainsworth presented the crackdown as part of a wider blitz on danger drivers. The other measures include: An increase in the maximum jail term for causing death by dangerous driving from 10 to 14 years; Bigger fines for using a mobile phone while driving - under the existing law about proper control of a vehicle; Tough, flexible community penalties' for some motorists convicted of speeding, careless or uninsured driving; Possible higher penalties for drink-drive motorists caught with double the alcohol limit; A 'weekend disqualification' system to let drivers use their cars for work. Mr Ainsworth said: 'The message is clear - dangerous driving kills and those found guilty can expect to be severely punished. We are not interested in penalising the law-abiding motorists, the vast majority of drivers. The measures will affect only those who commit offences.' The laws will be brought in as soon as Ministers can find Parliamentary time, possibly early next year.
  10. overall its more suitable for me "right now", that may change later, dont agree with a lot of Thai shenanigans but I cant change it so that's that...............i can moan about it though
  11. bet u just love rules , even when some common sense can over ride it with ease, then you gotta define speeding , Speedo wont be accurate for starters so UK Police say 10% and +2mph so 68 in a 60 "used" to be ok, either way on an empty road in the middle of nowhere at 3 am dry surface straight road 70 it was ( although likely it was really 66mph), made a decision it was safe dont need nanny to tell me otherwise on that one
  12. OI how come u get all the "likes" for my answers ...........
  13. Typical thai incomes

    id have paid him to like it
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