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  2. Looks like only language needed was Thai. !
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  4. The Thai government may have to put curfew restrictions and its meaning in a few different languages because there are obviously still morons out there that don't understand what it's all about and also have the fines harsher like cancellation of visa or more than a night in lockup
  5. Hi everyone. Welcome to Emmy's Bar Livestream Part2 Tonight theme Hot bikini You can support us by tranfer via paypal Only € 3.5 or 120 Baht for 1 drink Pay at this link paypal.me/KattyRoomforRent or use our PayPal account: tutubas85@gmail.com Thank you very much. #Emmybar #Ladyboy #ladyboy_bar Emmy's Bar-Ladyboy bar
  6. Hi everyone. Welcome to Emmy's Bar Livestream Part2
    Tonight theme Hot bikini
    You can support us by tranfer via paypal
    Only € 3.5 or 120 Baht for 1 drink
    Pay at this link
    or use our PayPal account: tutubas85@gmail.com
    Thank you very much.
    Emmy's Bar-Ladyboy bar
  7. Hi everyone. Welcome to Emmy's Bar Livestream Tonight theme Hot bikini You can support us by tranfer via paypal Only € 3.5 or 120 Baht for 1 drink Pay at this link paypal.me/KattyRoomforRent or use our PayPal account: tutubas85@gmail.com Thank you very much. #Emmybar #Ladyboy #ladyboy_bar Emmy's Bar-Ladyboy bar
  8. Hi everyone. Welcome to Emmy's Bar Livestream
    Tonight theme Hot bikini
    You can support us by tranfer via paypal
    Only € 3.5 or 120 Baht for 1 drink
    Pay at this link
    or use our PayPal account: tutubas85@gmail.com
    Thank you very much.
    Emmy's Bar-Ladyboy bar
  9. I saw it coming , but Jimbo did not or pretended not to : 6 months later: was i right ? or was I right ? This outcome is precisely what I had feared and prognosticated: that the ladyboy livestreams generate such good revenue for the short periods of time that they last, that it makes more sense to just use a few ladyboys for 2-hour shows 2 or 3 times a week while reassigning the physical infrastructure (bar premises) for something else that generates more revenue on an ongoing basis: in this case a top-of -the-line GG go-go. I am not posting this to gloat about my prescience, but rather to vent my frustration at Jimbo and the likes of him who could be informing and discussing here at LBR at higher levels of insight and foresight than at PY where the editorial line is that the mongering outlook is always rosy, and covid is going to disappear in time for your next vacation, and Pattaya will never change from the glory days of Scott and Paeng... and if you say otherwise you get ostracized and eventually banned... Seriously Jimbo, why do we at LBR always have to hear second-hand via PY about your latest endeavors ? What would it take to get you to announce here at the same time as at PY ? Or just to post here once in a while without me poking at you first ? Do I have to make another video ? FYI, I gave up on the Sweethearts livestreams after 2 months... not because i did not enjoy them but because I got spotted and started to feel awkward ... good luck gentlemen with the GG bar. I will definitely be trying out the dungeon...
  10. Curfew violators rounded up in Jomtien!
  11. Up again this week to 45.88 Baht.
  12. some may consider it's a load of bollocks too.
  13. Interview with Dean from Witherspoons PART 2
  14. Could be due to "Premature Ejaculation"
  15. As SP said two of the owners (Youngone and Jolski) will go ahead and open Sweethearts up again (with a name change) as a GG Gogo/Club whilst Pad Thai Boy has dropped out. It will be having a major renovation and amongst the changes will be a Dancing Stage, VIP/Private area and a Dungeon themed ST room, they also don't anticipate opening up again this calendar year. The 'livestreams' will continue on a Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (9-30pm - 11-30pm Thai time) and Jimbo will continue as its Host. The seven staff can continue to live above the Bar, free of charge. As for Katoeys 'R' Us all three guys will still stay on as partners.
  16. Since you asked....... I think limiting social interaction and getting vaccinated are much more important than wearing a mask. I did order 3M N95 masks, model 8210V from Lazada. The straps are a bit uncomfortable and this is the mask I wear for going to Immigration or riding a Bolt. But most of my interactions are quite quick such as getting takeout or a 7/11 purchase so I usually wear a more comfortable mask. If it wasn't required I wouldn't wear a mask when riding my motobike or walking along the beach. I realise that many people have jobs which require significant social interaction so I reckon wearing a good mask is prudent.
  17. Pdoggg

    Coronavirus

    Some might consider this overdoing it but here goes:
  18. 2 of the 3 owners of Sweethearts are staying. The other has pulled out. There is a sexual connotation for that, but cant think of the term!.
  19. Despite what is said there, you can bet that the Baht will still stay at a level which defies reason. The AUD is about where it has been for a while now compared to the USD, around 73-74 cents, but compared to baht we are still around 23. Just crazy!. Shouldn't the AUD be about 25 to 26 baht???. When I first visited in late 2015 it was about 24, so has hardly moved. A very strange situation. One wonders what is propping up the baht?. Currency values appear to be a mystery to those outside the speculators circle.
  20. Thailand will likely be the worst economic performer in Southeast Asia this year, with economists continuing to slash the country’s growth forecast amid surging Covid-19 infections, mounting political tensions and fading hopes for a tourism revival. The Finance Ministry on Thursday cut its 2021 gross domestic product forecast to 1.3% growth, from the 2.3% it expected in April. With new Covid infections and deaths continually breaking records since the latest surge began in April, some economists are flagging the possibility of a technical recession in the second half of the year -- or even a second straight annual contraction, something the country hasn’t seen since the Asian Financial Crisis more than two decades ago. According to the latest weighted average of 36 economists surveyed by Bloomberg, GDP should grow 1.8% this year. That’s particularly weak considering it’s a comparison to last year, when Thailand’s economy contracted 6.1%, the most in more than two decades. “We see Thailand as a laggard in the region, penciling in the lowest GDP growth forecasts in Asean for both 2021 and 2022,” said Charnon Boonnuch, an economist at Nomura Holdings Inc. in Singapore. “Our forecast implies economic output will not return to pre-Covid levels before the third quarter of 2022, the slowest in Asean, partly reflecting the high dependence on foreign tourists.” Bangkok and 12 other provinces, which account for more than half of the Thai economy, have been under lockdown and curfew since last week as the delta variant threatens to overwhelm the country’s public health system. The Bank of Thailand has said the outbreak could shave as much as two percentage points off this year’s GDP if current measures fail to quell it and the pandemic endures for the rest of the year. The Finance Ministry’s new forecast, which carries a range of 0.8%-1.8%, assumes Thailand will receive 300,000 tourists this year, a fall of 96% from last year. The ministry also expects the current lockdown to last just one month, and sees the outbreak peaking in August. “We expect that exports and government spending will help support the economy and should prevent GDP shrinkage this year,” said Kulaya Tantitemit, head of the ministry’s Fiscal Policy Office. The ministry raised this year’s export forecast to 16.6% growth, from 11% predicted in April, as global demand recovers. The Thai baht is down 8.9% against the dollar so far this year, the worst performer among Asian currencies tracked by Bloomberg. The local currency was little changed at 32.875 to the dollar as of 12:54 p.m. local time. The ministry forecast the baht’s average level for the year at 31.48 per dollar. What Bloomberg Economics Says... Thailand’s worsening coronavirus outbreak looks set to push the economy into a double-dip recession in the third quarter, as well as a back-to-back yearly contraction for 2021. The high-frequency indicators tracked by Bloomberg Economics show no let up in the country’s weakening recovery momentum. We now see significant risks that the Thai economy will shrink further in 2021, compared with our previous forecast of a 2.3% expansion. Thailand reported 17,669 new infections and 165 deaths Thursday, both single-day records. Total cases rose to 561,030, of which 95% have come since the latest wave began in April, official data show. The Health Ministry expects the current wave to begin easing by October. Thailand has administered about 16 million vaccine doses, enough to cover about 11% of the population, according to the Bloomberg Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker. The central bank, which previously expected the country to achieve herd immunity in the first half of next year, now says that milestone won’t be reached until after 2022. Worst Wave Thailand's weekly infections have reached an all-time high “There’s now increasing chatter that the Thai economy will contract again this year,” said Maria Lapiz, managing director of Maybank Kim Eng Securities Thailand. “There’s no reason for optimism.” The economic and health crises coincide with a rise in political unrest. The pro-democracy movement has returned to the streets in Bangkok after a six-month lull, with near-daily gatherings organized by different groups since June 24. “We are in a severe crisis and our health system is on the brink of collapse,” said Burin Adulwattana, chief economist at Bangkok Bank Pcl. “The compensation program is inadequate. More and more people are losing faith with the government, which led some of them to take to the streets. This can undermine the government’s stability and further damage confidence.” Troubled ‘Sandbox’ Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha aims to allow more foreign arrivals from October, but infections are already rising in Phuket, a resort island that began a quarantine-free program for vaccinated tourists in July. That could threaten the goal of rescuing the tourism industry, which contributed one-fifth of Thailand’s economy before the pandemic and employed about 20% of its workforce. The government planned a 1 trillion baht ($30.4 billion) borrowing program last year to combat the pandemic and added another 500 billion baht this year amid the recent wave of infections. The Cabinet approved a further budget of as much as 30 billion baht in mid-July to compensate businesses and workers affected by the latest restrictions. The economy’s two remaining engines -- government spending and exports -- also face uncertainties. June exports rose 43.8% from the same period last year, the fastest pace in 11 years, in line with recovering global demand. Yet this growth driver may also be at risk if vaccination remains slow, an industry group warned. “It’s hard to hang on to the hope that the country will re-open in October,” Maybank’s Lapiz said, “or whether this re-opening -- if it does happen -- will make a big difference.” https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-28/thailand-risks-first-double-dip-recession-since-1998-asia-crisis
  21. Annabelles secrets. But don’t tell BBG.
  22. Same owners? I guess a livestream could be from anywhere if there are no live customers. Name change? Sweet Pussy?
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  24. Sadly Sweetheart Bar as we know it will be no more , given a facelift and changed to a GG bar . According to the other forum. They will still have the live streaming and Jimbo will be the host but all other bar stuff will be GG / go go bar action only with a name change . I do wish the owners well in the new venture.
  25. Is this theme a response to the Norwegian Women's Beach Handball team refusing to wear bikini bottoms? Are the Kittens adept at handball?
  26. Hope it's okay to post these OF pics (not mine) here - if not please remove. Kop khun krap Boy:
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