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I recall that as a child it was considered unlucky to walk under a ladder, step on the cracks between paving stones and any Friday the 13th was best to be used as a duvet day :smile: Now a few years later a little bit older and a little wiser I see it for what it is Bullshit, it's about time the PM grew up and grew a pair, or better still resign and go and live in a cave. :smile: 

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It shows they are still capable of pecking a hapless pigeon to death. Why are they scared? Why are they afraid and think it's a bad omen? Isn't it a sign of power and superiority?

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9 hours ago, bendejo said:

Thaksin put a lot of faith in fortune tellers, especially one of Japanese descent who lived in Chiang Mai.

Did him pretty well, no?

 

 

He put a lot of faith in  conventional fortune too which has served him quite well

Billions and Billions I read somewhere 

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59 minutes ago, outsider said:

It shows they are still capable of pecking a hapless pigeon to death. Why are they scared? Why are they afraid and think it's a bad omen? Isn't it a sign of power and superiority?

They  are worried that they might not be the crow, but the pigeon.... 

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Whether one is superstitious or not imo the main point is that he was asked/ordered to stop. To me that is just another example of freedom of speech ebbing away. 

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7 minutes ago, Father Fintan Stack said:

Superstition is the only thing they believe in. Why don't they ever tell the truth and why are they lying about what they really believe?

 

Because that would be financial suicide.

 

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Just now, tonyjimmac said:

Pidgin Mick? Or maybe you are writing in pigeon English...

"Coo, coo, hark at you." Now that's pigeon English.

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22 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Also know as, a BS artist.

I knew a fortune teller who never made much money. She gave it up because there was - no future in it ........................:post-4641-1156694572:

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Ha ha, you don't need to be a fortune teller to see what's on its way, i just hope someone gets a shot in first before too much nastiness occurs........ As we all know, someone who takes power at the point of a gun, will have to leave at the point of one........ I still remember the last pongo chancer, Suchinda........ Oh, i think i may of overstepped it there......... bad, bad, boy.....

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1 hour ago, Golden Triangle said:

I recall that as a child it was considered unlucky to walk under a ladder, step on the cracks between paving stones and any Friday the 13th was best to be used as a duvet day :smile: Now a few years later a little bit older and a little wiser I see it for what it is Bullshit, it's about time the PM grew up and grew a pair, or better still resign and go and live in a cave. :smile: 

Not if you were a Knights Templar........ Bad day Fri 13th....... Roast nuts anyone ?

 

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11 minutes ago, SupermarineS6B said:

Not if you were a Knights Templar........ Bad day Fri 13th....... Roast nuts anyone ?

 

That was infamy, not superstition

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