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    Possibly a stoopid question...

    If I was to buy some land and build a property on it in the LOS and then some cnut decided they wanted to build a factory next door, could I legally try to stop them?

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    most land is zoned, but alas the zoning laws aint implimented that well, anyway it could be worse, they could build a shanty town next door to you

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    Basically, the answer is it depends... Where i live now next to William the height is 3 floors maybe 4. Unless you build a Bhudda room higher. Can you see the problem?
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    Hillbilly you are out in Ram??

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    AO, I live in Moobann Sanmmakorn. Ramkhanheng Soi 110/112.

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    Damn I thought you were up in the boonies. Well Ram is the boonies to me to many traffic jams!!!

    Now I know we gotta meet up. Arent you going home soon? See the family?

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    Tommorow, I'm gone for 3 weeks! Kan you say Amerikan food?

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    Grits, Biscuits and gravey, beans such as pinto, black eyed and navy. Cream gravy, cornbread, fried chicken, okra, catfish, hushpuppies, and barbecue!!

    Thats the best I can do. Oh chicken fried steak, mashed taters, pecan pie, hash, red eye gravy!!

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    can you 2 get a room somewhere ie not on my nice construction bit of the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Grits, Biscuits and gravey, beans such as pinto, black eyed and navy. Cream gravy, cornbread, fried chicken, okra, catfish, hushpuppies, and barbecue!!

    Thats the best I can do. Oh chicken fried steak, mashed taters, pecan pie, hash, red eye gravy!!
    Hell, since I moved to New York, I haven't had any of those good foods. I love fried okras. Hushpuppies are available since Long John Silvers opened up in NY.

    Does above food available in Pattaya or Bangkok? I could only get those food in back home in Texas. I'm salivating as I type this words. Sorry, I forgot it's construction forum
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    I cook all that myself all the time. Momma did a good job. She was a Texan and we all know you dont mess with Texas.

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    When I order Seppo food in Bangkok, I often get what looks like a piece of sponge cake, but it tastes like shite. What is that called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    When I order Seppo food in Bangkok, I often get what looks like a piece of sponge cake, but it tastes like shite. What is that called?
    Seppo shite cake!
    Can't you fokking read?

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    Cheers Pooly!


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    Quote Originally Posted by poolcleaner
    Seppo shite cake! Can't you fokking read? __________________
    And where exactly have you come across said cake?

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    Bourbon Sa-treet, in Washington Square.

    I get the said cake with Gumbo, amongst other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Quote Originally Posted by poolcleaner
    Seppo shite cake! Can't you fokking read? __________________
    And where exactly have you come across said cake?
    C'mon AO. Where else but the "seppo shite cake" shop.

    *sheesh!!*

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    It's the Seppo Shite Cake Store, akchually!

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    It may be their take on corn bread?? I dont know ask um what the fock is this next time. Its an American joint they will understand that. Its a polite question dont worry.

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    Getting back to the 'Stupid Question' thread.

    I have seen Thai builders using bamboo in place of steel as a foundation reinforcement, when laying a concrete base for a parking area.

    Is this as daft as I think it is or is there some basis of sense in the practice?
    Lord, deliver us from e-mail.

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    Believe it or not bamboo actually works for parking areas, ok not as long as rebar but not far off, not that I would do a job using bamboo though

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    as my daddy used to say .....

    "theres no stoopid questions, only stoopid ppl!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwillyhggtb
    as my daddy used to say .....

    "theres no stoopid questions, only stoopid ppl!"
    A bit like my boss said to me when first started working after uni:

    - "there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers".....

    WS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteshiva
    A bit like my boss said to me when first started working after uni:

    - "there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers".....

    WS
    that reminds me........does anyone know what time the 3:15 train for Korat leaves?

    No stupid answers please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poolcleaner
    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteshiva
    A bit like my boss said to me when first started working after uni:

    - "there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers".....

    WS
    that reminds me........does anyone know what time the 3:15 train for Korat leaves?

    No stupid answers please!
    This being Thailand, any time after 4, I guess....


    I guess my ex-boss never met you, poolie....

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