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    following your previous pattern there scum bag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo Robbie View Post
    Not at all .
    Back home, all cars stop at red lights
    In Thailand , they only stop when there traffic coming in the other direction .
    In Thailand, a red light means slow down a bit and see if you can jump the red light without crashing into someone else
    My commute to work and back every day totals 170km involving 10 sets of traffic lights, everyone stops when they turn red.

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    Was in for a pleasant surprise on my first visit to Ayuthaya, expecting the usual battle of wits to reach b from a without getting killed, but they were among the most courteous and considerate drivers I had come across in Thailand. I've heard it's the same in Hua Hin and other royal cities, something they put in the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo Robbie View Post
    TBH , I was just making a joke about Red light districts and getting rid of Red light districts .
    An intelligent play on words that went right over everyone's head .
    Red light districts/Red traffic lights , wasnt supposed to be a serious point
    Yeah... sure you were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo Robbie View Post
    TBH , I was just making .....
    .....An intelligent play on words

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    ^ Real name ?
    Soi 3 holer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    How cute, have you ever owned a Big Bike ?
    No. I rented them. I owned a 600 with a 17,000+ redline. 600's are lighter and snappier than liter bikes. You only need a liter bike if you are a fat cvnt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    No. I rented them. I owned a 600 with a 17,000+ redline. 600's are lighter and snappier than liter bikes. You only need a liter bike if you are a fat cvnt
    Lucky my bike aint litre bike then !!

    The 600's are nice toys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Lucky my bike aint litre bike then !!

    The 600's are nice toys.

    They are. You can ride drunk without killing yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    They are. You can ride drunk without killing yourself.
    ..... and yet, here you still are, alive ....... maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    They are. You can ride drunk without killing yourself.
    You can kill yourself riding a postie bike.

    My Niece's girlfriend is proof.

    She was riding drunk. Nighttime. Soi-dog. Came over a bridge, at speed. Story over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    They are. You can ride drunk without killing yourself.
    Sorry to butt in, there are many things you can do while drunk without killing yourself, though driving is one that risks killing others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Sorry to butt in, there are many things you can do while drunk without killing yourself, though driving is one that risks killing others.
    Its almost like the disgusting excuse of a human is condoning drink driving, hopefully he takes himself out and not some innocents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    They are. You can ride drunk without killing yourself.
    Given your posting history and failure to understand anything you see online, you appear to be brain dead already. Immature and irresponsible as you are, no one is really surprised by your lack of morals, and complete absence of any empathy toward other humans.
    Clot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    You mean four years ago? You realise that COVID did not affect walking street or Thai tourism until 2020?

    So what happened to 2018 & 2019?
    it has been in decline for a few years, not sure when it all changed, it creeps up on u, and i try to allow for the good old days syndrome. certainly in the last 8-10 years tho. my analysis would be the farmers daughters are actually getting jobs, so more western than it was 20+ yars ago. where i live , a thai area, they all have a car or two, motocy's , there own house etc, yep the cardboard box room days are finally on the way out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Motor sports too. Speed boating , tubing , parasailing ,jet skiing , go karting , street biking. I think there's trail riding for quads and mountain biking.

    What did I miss

    Is there hot air balloon riding ?
    not hot air but there was a static balloon, that winched up and down towards the sth end of patts beach, forgot about that, and no idea when it dissapeared. i guess it was helium or sumit.

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    finally getting to the end of 167 posts. it slowly dawned on me , i was last out of los in july 2010,,,, its when i came back that things were not the same. its quite noticeable that thai economy is improving year by year.

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    The problem is deciding to live in Pattaya for easy women. Live there because you like the place. easy women are a bonus?

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    I think to most Pattaya expats they are a diversion actually, from the serious business of drinking and maybe golfing.

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    Were I to decide to spend some years of retirement in the LOS then Pattaya would definitely be my place of choice. I've been there a few times, and not for the whores, and enjoyed my visits very much. The place has an international feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    finally getting to the end of 167 posts. it slowly dawned on me , i was last out of los in july 2010,,,, its when i came back that things were not the same. its quite noticeable that thai economy is improving year by year.

    Thailand has a good balance of payments. Trade surplus and they had a quarter trillion in FX reserves even in 2010. Im surprised the Baht isn't in an even higher range

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