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  1. That Hitler gets every where ;)
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  2. crazy house? is that what they call it? used to be a great fish n chips place with adjoining bar accessible by a door in the chips place with red glow emanating : ) (back around 2010 I think). Then it was expanded into a restaurant I loved ordering my fish n chips n mushy peas then goin into the bar for a drink to wait, they'd even bring your meal to you in the bar if you requested that. Dave the Rave reported the Old Dutch had been an institution for decades so I guess the fish n chips place was next to the Old Dutch, which was on the corner. All I REALLY remember is this retired finance guy (Channel Islands) who had been travelling everywhere and knew ALL the tricks led us down Soi Cowboy, which was a normal wide street then, made a right at the end, walked a short bit and went right into some hole in the wall spot with no atmosphere and a counter with menu board. Someone had said they missed fish n chips and Paul piped up with a smile saying he knew of JUST the place and it was nearby!
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  3. Ladyboy pornstar Sophie apparently has a new Twitter account and is also offering cam shows now: Line: shop2535 https://twitter.com/BkkTran
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  4. got 23.48 aussie dollar on wu this morning , would prefer 25+. the better half needs to keep her 5 star status going lol
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  5. now now we all know you really do lust after lovely lilly
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  6. I think the blue pill lost its effect after about 12 seconds!
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  7. She can bury that in my backyard whenever she wants..
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  8. And just today this lovely bit of news... https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/antibodies-sinovac-covid-vaccine-6-months-booster-china-study-15301994
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  9. A bit of a bone for you horn dogs :)
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  10. yeah, things have been slipping in recent years as there were certainly enough venues to satisfy us even 10 years ago and now so many more (so now we have 100s of bars with 3 guys sipping a beer?) Other considerations too have made recent trips sadly lacking, war on street foods in Bkk, the march of the condo cancer eastward (have they hit on nut yet?) and so on. I came in a little late (2007) but THOROUGHLY enjoyed myself for many trips after that until I guess around 2014 or so. Many stellar memories and photos. I DO miss the food, tho in truth I had become a bit jaded by my most recent trips...soup noodle, rice this n that...but the fresh food and fruits I do miss. I would LIKE to make some more memories just ahead of my brain ceasing to register thought :) Maybe next high season. I mean it's going to be interesting if they ever do get to rebuilding what the government destroyed by inaction and um maybe ignorance? Might be a whirlwind of specials pricing and come on back offers. I have to check when Bkk became #1 world wide destination, I suspect that only kicked the speculating bastards into overdrive. https://www.thaiwebsites.com/images/Tourism/touristarrivals2004-2020.png that pretty much explains it.
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  11. Here we go. Wonder if he had praised Pfizer vaccine ( which is supposedly the most efficient against Delta) if that was what he got. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/piers-morgan-tests-positive-covid-19-153313039.html Piers Morgan has shared he recently tested positive for COVID-19 and believes he caught the Delta variant at London's Wembley Stadium during the Euros final earlier this month. The 56-year-old journalist, who has received both doses of the Astra-Zeneca vaccine, had a ticket to the England vs. Italy game that saw a number of fans break into the stadium to watch the match. "My confidence that the event would be 'COVID-safe,' had disintegrated," Morgan shares in Mail On Sunday. "It was turning into an unregulated free-for-all." The former Good Morning Britain host said he began to feel ill two days after England's defeat and took a lateral flow test, which was positive. A follow-up PCR test then also returned a positive result. He writes his symptoms included fever, cold sweats, coughing, and "alarming" chest pains, although they have now faded. "This is definitely the roughest I've felt from any illness in my adult life, BUT, as I slowly come out the other side, coughing and spluttering, I'm still here — unlike so many millions around the world who've lost their lives to COVID in this pandemic," he adds. Morgan credits his survival to being vaccinated. "For that, I owe a heartfelt debt of thanks to the brilliant scientists up in Oxford who created the Astra-Zeneca vaccine with such astonishing speed," he writes.
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  12. yes Ciobha, i fear you are correct about the younger generation and their futures. I am so happy that one of my daughters managed to escape the UK just before Covid hit and is now much happier in New Zealand. The other daughter is trying to too. But, obviously difficult now. Here in Thailand, it's bad for the Thai people, i don't know about Pattaya so much as i haven't been able to get into there since February, so i only know what i see on here. i still think that people like Quinn and me etc are so lucky to be here. It's not so bad for the expats really. Your dad and people like me etc are so lucky that we lived our lives the way we wanted to. And at least we still have Jurgen!
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