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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Thought there'd at least be a mention of "defacing" somebody on the coins...
    I thought so too

    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    ^ He used foreign coins.
    Ahhh....

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    Looks and sounds like a moron, something's wrong with his mouth?
    Whatever it's not the worst trick he did to get views and likes... But that vid may entice his young followers to do the same, train tracks are dangerous, he's a grown up man he should know better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ He used foreign coins.

    My friends and I did the same thing as kids. Some adult always came around to tell us to stop before we wrecked the train.
    I thought you were not allowed under Thai law to deface the image of any royal or their consort of any friendly nation ?

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    He may have used coins from an ISIS ruled country. Hardly friendly.

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    The guy is officially charged

    All details here ?My Mate Nate? Charged With Railway Obstruction (Photos)

    I liked the part when he whined about his errors being aired (moron he was the one who actually aired it, and he expected to make money from it, no need to complain now), that he did only a few mistakes in 400+ vids and feels he doesn't deserve such criticism...moron to the core ...

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    I watched some of the video he released after all the shit with the cats and scorpions. It was bizarre how unapologetic and self-righteous he was about the whole thing. Any normal person would just say, "Sorry, folks. I fucked up. Won't do it again. Promise." and then make sure they get videoed waiing some monks and being an all-round good guy before going back to doing whatever they were doing. Not this guy, who decides to more-or-less carry on the argument in a youtube video. Totally clueless. I don't have an ounce of sympathy for him.

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    Well, I wouldn't have used a bimetallic coin. Try proving that isn't 10 baht with the King's head on when it is flat and three times the size. (As seen on TV just a while ago)
    Last edited by VocalNeal; 17-07-2017 at 07:15 PM.

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    dick......

    “I feel sad because in the past three years I have made 450 clips with content promoting Thai tourism to foreigners or videos about science, and only did wrong in a couple of clips,” Bartling said. “I don’t understand Thai society and why I get criticized so much.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bower View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ He used foreign coins.

    My friends and I did the same thing as kids. Some adult always came around to tell us to stop before we wrecked the train.
    I thought you were not allowed under Thai law to deface the image of any royal or their consort of any friendly nation ?
    I doubt there is really such a Thai extra-territorial law but even if there were, the USA does not have any royals (as far as I know!)
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    So in all the time he learned to speak Thai he never thought about their culture....

    Deportation would be nice.

    He'll just be told not to do it again then wai some monks on camera. Then straight back to twatsville to his fans who say he's "narak"

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    The guy has gone Full Thai. The day he gets deported back to Utah will be like going to a foreign land to him.

    Here he is young, dumb and Mormon in Thailand in 2012.


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    Moron in Thailand?

    I wanna beat the crap out of him in that pic

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    Many years ago I saw Morman missionaries in Chang Mai , they get a two year paid for trip abroad for 2 years as missionaries in a foreign land.
    After two years abroad their paid Morman work is done and they return home.
    Another thing Mormans don't tell you when you sign up to a Tabernacle, is that you will give 10% of your earnings to the cult.

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    all mormons speak excellent thai. its required before their moronic asses come over here (or anywhere) to spread their childlike view of the world.

    i would never think of punching someone, etc. for almost any reason except defense. but i would walk up to this guy and beat him to a pulp, then smile over his bloody corpse and walk away without a care in the world.

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    ^ Why?

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    Samsara's a big tough guy.


    Or really, really likes coins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    Another thing Mormans don't tell you when you sign up to a Tabernacle, is that you will give 10% of your earnings to the cult.
    Oh they get it all back trust me. Mormons are incredibly astute when it comes to money, almost all of them I know own super successful businesses if they aren't accountants, doctors, lawyers, etc. They educate each other and their children, and they support each other's businesses without giving a second thought to comparing prices, etc because they know it all comes back around.

    They help each other and their children become rich. It really is something.

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    You never go near railway tracks, I was taught as a young boy. If you were caught playing near a railway track the police would arrive and tell you off.
    So was I - it didn't stop us gathering up old .303 rounds from the perimeter of RAF Kenley and putting those on the rail tracks. We were safety conscious, though, and always put them inside a tunnel before the suburban steam train approached Whyteleafe station. I only remember two going off, but the ricochet was interesting. I still have all my body parts, and no police record.

    Coins? Amateurs ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by khmen
    I used to put coins on the tracks when I was a kid,
    Quote Originally Posted by khmen
    I grew out of it by the time I was about 10 though,
    I grew out of it after doing it once. Coin, track, train...flattened. OK, done. Next.

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    Saw him on tv last night, some press conference. They showed that he'd also damaged the rail tracks with his coin stunt.

    Can't stop thinking he'll get off this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    They showed that he'd also damaged the rail tracks with his coin stunt.


    What a bunch of fokwits.

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    it's nice to see that it has become a government priority and it's front page news on the BP

    they really are living in their own bubble,

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    Yeah this is really pretty stupid. And honestly, could be actually have derailed a train? I highly doubt that

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    I anticipate an exaggerated wai. Then an apologetic video for his followers..

    It's not as if they'll deport him, is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhaze View Post
    Yeah this is really pretty stupid. And honestly, could be actually have derailed a train? I highly doubt that
    Yeah, a tiny little coin, ffs.


    It's not like they're British leaves or something.

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