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    Quote Originally Posted by barrylad66 View Post
    My apartment fucking stinks of smoke...
    Bowls of chopped onions left in rooms absorb the smell.

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    ^ Jing lor?...What to do about the onion smell after?...

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    You wont care about the smell, with all the tears streaming down your face

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bower
    Bowls of chopped onions left in rooms absorb the smell.
    Hmmm...mask the smell maybe.

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    With all that smoke, ENT will have to triple his lobelia intake.

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    45 in CM at noon today.

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    Pity that Blackgang isn't around to help.

    Foker would have had it out before the boys started the Fire Engines.


    Either that or he would have smoked his pets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bower
    Bowls of chopped onions left in rooms absorb the smell.
    Hmmm...mask the smell maybe.
    Milk also does the job, bicarbonate of soda too

    My father was a guilder, he used these methods to rid the smell of mercury,lead tallow,flux and smoke.
    You pick your own poison.

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    Massive Chiang Mai Fire Likely Caused by Humans

    By Chayanit Itthipongmaetee
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    CHIANG MAI — Officials and volunteers spent nearly 12 hours extinguishing a giant forest fire they believe was sparked by a forager Sunday afternoon in a national park overlooking Chiang Mai city.

    Although alarming photos taken Sunday evening of the blaze led to panic on social media, officials said Monday that no deaths or injuries were reported, and no evacuations were necessary because the fire never approached residences or historic sites, as feared by many netizens.

    Sangthong Champakaem, deputy chief of Chang Puak District, told Khaosod English this morning that the fire, which ravaged over 60 rai (9.6 hectares) in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, was put out at around 3am early Monday morning.

    Massive Chiang Mai Fire Likely Caused by Humans

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
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    My apartment fucking stinks of smoke...
    Do you live in the maung district? I'm out in Mae Jo and can't smell smoke. Now the mountain is covered with dense smoke and I can't see anything up there.

    Looked this morning before sunrise and didn't see any glow so perhaps the flames are under control.
    I live on huay gaew r.d. Woke up this morning to the smell of smoke again, so I think it may have started up again last night...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bower View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by barrylad66 View Post
    My apartment fucking stinks of smoke...
    Bowls of chopped onions left in rooms absorb the smell.

    If the wife's bla raa couldn't mask the smell,I doubt a bowl of measly chopped onions would do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    I'm all good, in BKK currently.

    Thankfully my homes far enough away not to be in an danger but best give the family a call.
    You are in Bangkok?

    How come you haven't called me?????

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    Massive Chiang Mai Fire Likely Caused by Humans
    That loud whooshing sound I just heard must've been the collective sigh of relief from the usual scapegoats.

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    ^^ He is busy. He is having an internet fight.

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    Apparently close to the onset of rainy season is the time to go looking for a rather expensive variety of wild mushroom. They are exposed by burning the surrounding matter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson
    I'm all good, in BKK currently.

    Thankfully my homes far enough away not to be in an danger but best give the family a call.
    You are in Bangkok?

    How come you haven't called me?????
    Was in BKK, back now.

    Did actually consider calling you but t'was all a bit pointless. Arrived Sun arvo, left Mon morning, and never left the airport the whole time.

    Anyways I'll be seeing enough of your ugly mug shortly.

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    25 acres? After all the fuss?

    I thought the whole mountain was on fire? What a disappointment?

    In BKK we have bigger garbage fires than that!

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    Was the temple in the fire?

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    Minister of Tourism and Sport affirms wildfire in Chiang Mai will not affect tourism

    BANGKOK, 9 May 2016 (NNT) - The Minister of Tourism and Sport has affirmed that the wildfire fire in Chiang Mai will not affect tourism and has encouraged locals to continue to welcome visitors.

    Minister of Tourism and Sports Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul said the wildfire on Doi Suthep National Park near the village of Khun Chang Kian in Chiang Mai Province will definitely not affect the tourism industry in Chiang Mai Province.

    The Ministry has discussed with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Related Agencies to ascertain the cause of the forest fires in the region. She pointed out that despite the smog in certain areas during the Songkran festival, tourists have continued to visit the country. Meanwhile, locals are urged to continue to act as hospitable hosts and welcome visitors to the country.

    ?????????????????? : Minister of Tourism and Sport affirms wildfire in Chiang Mai will not affect tourism

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson
    I'm all good, in BKK currently.

    Thankfully my homes far enough away not to be in an danger but best give the family a call.
    You are in Bangkok?

    How come you haven't called me?????
    Was in BKK, back now.

    Did actually consider calling you but t'was all a bit pointless. Arrived Sun arvo, left Mon morning, and never left the airport the whole time.

    Anyways I'll be seeing enough of your ugly mug shortly.
    I wouldn't have answered, I wasn't in Thailand and had a foreign SIM card in my phone....

    Just disappointed that you didn't get that feeling of rejection.

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    Minister of Tourism and Sport affirms wildfire in Chiang Mai will not affect tourism
    kerrrrchiiing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Apparently close to the onset of rainy season is the time to go looking for a rather expensive variety of wild mushroom. They are exposed by burning the surrounding matter...
    Yep...
    And then even more plentiful after the first series of rains.

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