bhatmasterson

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  1. Exactly. I've done this many times at different times of the day and evening. There has always been people on duty.
  2. You are welcome. There isn't enough live theater in Chiang Mai. This is the last year for this teacher at CMIS.
  3. The importance of the knife begins to come out at about 20:55.
  4. Wrong. That's exactly what they were looking for. They needed two switchblade knives that looked exactly the same.
  5. Yes. It was Twelve Angry Jurors.. One of the best show I've ever seen in Chiang Mai! Honestly. It will be posted on YouTube soon. I'll be back with a link. Outstanding performance.
  6. Yes. It's the old style 'switchblade' that we are looking for. The show is from the 1950's. However, we may need to settle for something more modern as long as it's not to chunky as a lot of those that I'm seeing are. I have seen some assisted opening style that are small enough to pass. We need them quick so may have to settle for what we can get. Thanks!
  7. Twelve Angry Men. Thanks for your help!
  8. I've volunteered to look for props for an upcoming play. I thought I knew exactly where to find a switchblade knife. Actually, two identical ones are needed. I've been to the Night Bazzar where I saw them a long time ago but now they don't carry them. Anyone know where to find this type of knife? As I said, they will be props in a show, so I'm not looking for quality just appearance. Thanks
  9. Here's the poster. Friday is sold out already.
  10. Last evening I had the privledge of attending a preview performance of this highly acclaimed stage play and want to help get the word out. The Gate Theater Group has put togeteher another riveting drama in their staging of The Exonerated. The play is made from interviews, letters, transcripts, case files and the public record and tells the true stories of six wrongfully convicted survivors of death row in their own words. The play runs ninety-minute and moves between first-person monologues and scenes set in courtrooms and prisons. The six interwoven stories paint a picture of an American criminal justice system gone horribly wrong—and of six brave souls who persevered to survive it. I highly recommend this production, especially to anyone who is on the fence in regards to the overall fairness of the death penalty. The show opens tonight with additional performances on Friday & Saturday at 7:00 pm. Sunday at 2:00 pm. Tickets are 300 baht in advance and 350 at the door. Last night I was told that tonight's performance was nearly sold out. I have a poster but it's too big for my scanner. I'll try to find one online and post it later.
  11. Okay. Thanks again. However, it looks like someone has been there within the last 2 weeks with the same results that I encountered. The last time I used the VIP pass I was in Chiang Rai and wanted to go to the duty free shop just across the boarder. I paid my 100 baht.; my wife didn't need to pay. We didn't even bother to check into Myanmar. We went straight to the duty free and came right back across. It was worth the 100 baht but not the price of a reentry permit. Thanks to those with recent information on this subject.
  12. Okay. This is what I was told almost a year ago. Thanks
  13. Does anyone know if the one day boarder pass at Mae Sai available again. This requires that you pay a small fee on the Thai side, they make a copy of you passport and keep the original until you return to pick it up. No stamping of your passport. Approximately a year ago it wasn't available. Does anyone know if it's available again? I posted this a couple of momths ago here and a gentelman gave me the name of someone who might have info on this but I could never get in touch with that person. I posted in the Mayanmar forum as well and got no reply. Thanks
  14. Sadly, that's the trend on here. Strange, you don't read to many posts by Americans bashing any particular Country. I guess we don't travel enough to have enough ammunition.