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Video: Swords knives and clubs - yet more shocking student violence on the streets of Bangkok

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kaorop    958
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3 hours ago, The Deerhunter said:

Time to bone up on your Thai social history.  

Time to prove it, as you are the one drawing the line back.

and then

Why arent the Matthayoms and Rajabhats, even the Mocy Taxi groups,  involved in such "historical" violent disputes?

 

Please post reasonable arguments otherwise its not worth anymore time and imo just trolling to get the last word..

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seancbk    1,394
10 hours ago, PeCeDe said:

Not just Thailand it's everywhere, the scene shown reminds me of Chicago, Philadelphia, LA , Paris, London etc, etc. on a Friday or Saturday night, difference is in the US it's guns and people die.

In the mid 80's when I went to a posh boarding school in the UK, we used to clash from time to time with the kids from the local comprehensive.  

The excuse was school pride, but really it was rich kids versus poor kids.  

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dunroaming    3,245
2 hours ago, seancbk said:

In the mid 80's when I went to a posh boarding school in the UK, we used to clash from time to time with the kids from the local comprehensive.  

The excuse was school pride, but really it was rich kids versus poor kids.  

Well when I went to my (boys) grammar school we used to clash with the (girls) Grammar school next door.  Our clashing took place in the local woods and very enjoyable it was too.

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oby    171
16 hours ago, Jonnapat said:

Thailand in 2 words, no discipline, no self control.

ummmmmmm, 2 and 3 words,

obviously teaching english, comprehension skills and math :) 

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Stargrazer9889    898

Yes with the ability to buy swords like that almost anywhere in Thailand, there is no

surprise in all of these sword fights happening in so many places. Thailand The New Wild East!

Geeze

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The Deerhunter    2,197
10 hours ago, kaorop said:

Time to prove it, as you are the one drawing the line back.

and then

Why arent the Matthayoms and Rajabhats, even the Mocy Taxi groups,  involved in such "historical" violent disputes?

 

Please post reasonable arguments otherwise its not worth anymore time and imo just trolling to get the last word..

It is true that gang turf wars ala "West Side Story" are common all over the world but Thailand has its own complex cultural background based in it's education system, hierarchical traditions, including its way of bringing up children, (particularly boys) and perception of face, among other things.  If you were a school teacher here (BTW, I am not); you would not need to be asking these things.  This is not the time and certainly not the place to discuss such things.  You must understand that if you are living here.  I also do not have the time.

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dinsdale    865
20 hours ago, Jonnapat said:

Thailand in 2 words, no discipline, no self control.

That is of course 5 words (2 phrases) but you are right. I do think, however, this isn't restricted to Thailand. 

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dinsdale    865
4 hours ago, oby said:

ummmmmmm, 2 and 3 words,

obviously teaching english, comprehension skills and math :) 

Ummmm, 2 and 3 words. Try two phrases.

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PeCeDe    168
3 hours ago, dinsdale said:

That is of course 5 words (2 phrases) but you are right. I do think, however, this isn't restricted to Thailand. 

Original statement by Jonnapat, "Thailand in 2 words, no discipline, no self control."

 

I think Jonnapat meant there were two "No's" but failed to mention there were twelve Chang backing up his statement, and therefore, what's the problem, eh?

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