Machiavelli

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  1. Or dollars. She could have cleaned him out and left him out to dry. Not justifying his actions.
  2. If I was this fella, I would quit while still ahead.
  3. You got me there Cadbury. Sorry for saying you high as a kite. Accept apology from a humbled man.
  4. You must be as high as the figures you are spouting. Vietnam GDP is not double that of Thailand. It's the other way round. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ASEAN_countries_by_GDP
  5. You must be new. Happens every day on the forum court.
  6. Remove the other 24. Replace that with a 7. Delete the word "everyday". There's a good boy.
  7. How about we hit the nail on the head and say he looks like a punk.
  8. This will cool down the chicken hawks for a while.
  9. Back to the same page. Night Dorothy.
  10. No wonder you teach in Thailand. With that kind of thinking, you are a match made in heaven. The good thing is that most Thais are waking up to this swindle. Thailand acceptance of the NES nonsense as a qualification doesn't make it less of a racket. Every NES teacher i have met knows its all about money. The exception might be if you are working for a university and getting paid less than a Thai anuban teacher. What a laugh.
  11. A university lecturer making less than 400 000 baht a year is the definition of a racket Susan. University lecturers working in the five so called "native speaking" countries earn at least 1 800 000 baht a year. Tell us Susan, if you are so qualified, why aren't you making the big money? Look, even Thais know its a swindle. No hyperbole from you is gonna change the fact that NES is not a qualification to teach anything! Awaiting incoming rambler....teacher.
  12. Pinch me, please. Am i real?
  13. Bet you are confusing facts and opinions Susan. Your rambler was anything but facts. "Native speakers" are not teachers! " Native speaker" is not a an academic qualification. It's a racket qualification. If you think you are qualified to teach English because you come from England then every Thai is qualified to teach Thai! Like a typical "native speaker" you didn't forget to blame the school director. I am eagerly waiting for your rambling response.....teacher.
  14. Looks like you got a point Mike but is this rambling another round about way of saying the whole "native speaker " thing is a racket to pick pocket Thais. Your explanation suggests exactly that.
  15. Is that a round about way of saying your want 50 more years to get it right?