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  1. Who does this writer really work for?
  2. My sister in law bought a piece of land from someone in the village and let them grow rice there. A few years later they came to her with the purchase price and acted as if the sale was actually a loan.
  3. Courageous speech. Well done.
  4. Thank you, Lamkyong.
  5. Hello, Does anyone know average current price of rice seedling bundles? Gor Sor 6 sticky or similar...Many thanks... Erich
  6. Humans have no requirement for animal milk
  7. Already thousands and thousands of books absolutely free on the Internet. Gutenberg,, and so on....
  8. To thank Mr. Prayut? To normalize and improve the damage done by previous groups and unnamed agitators? If soft means respectful, honest, well, ok then....
  9. The pond is about 6 meters deep and the pipe is 4 or 5 meters down. I wont draw down past 3 meters before it starts raining again and most of the pumped water flows back into the pond after irrigating.
  10. The windpump design is much simpler than the one in the above pic. The sails are flexible and catch wind from almost every direction. The windpump only supplements your farm water during the dry months, usually pulling water from a low area and moving it to a high area where it can flow back down through the farm,,etc. It can send water about 200 meters, a little less on a gradual, slight slope. Luckily, Sakon has enough days of wind during each of the dry months at around 11 or 12kmh to supply enouh water. Wind speed averages chart toward bottom of link:
  11. Anyone know where I can buy a windpump? I'm in Sakon Nakhon. Thank you.
  12. The thing I dont like is the 90 day and if you forget you get a fine. 100 year visa means nothing to me if I must check in every 3 monfhs
  13. It says in the linked article you still have to check in every 90 days. ridiculous. the only reason to have a long visa is to be relieved of the burden of "checking in"