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  1. As China's property giant Evergrande veers toward...

    As China's property giant Evergrande veers toward collapse, its unpaid debts spark protests


    They came from all over the country, dragging cheap suitcases and clutching file folders filled with...
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    Lunacy. Anti-Mask Florida Official Dies of...

    Lunacy.


    Anti-Mask Florida Official Dies of COVID—and Takes GOP Software Secrets With Him

    Just a day after testing positive for COVID-19, a Florida Republican official who battled against mask...
  3. Thread: FOX "news"

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    Found this interesting. Hope Fox has to give up...

    Found this interesting. Hope Fox has to give up the info though its obvious they don’t want to.

    Tucker Carlson, Lou Dobbs Job Reviews Sought in Election Lawsuit

    (Bloomberg) -- Fox News may have...
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    Sticky: ^ My BiL’s doc phoned him yesterday and had him...

    ^ My BiL’s doc phoned him yesterday and had him go in for a third jab of Pfizer. He is older and recovering from chemo.
  5. ^ U.S.-Australia Submarine Pact Targets...

    ^

    U.S.-Australia Submarine Pact Targets China’s Undersea Weakness

    Australia’s decision to build eight nuclear-powered submarines with U.S. technology will buttress America’s undersea edge over...
  6. Thread: Daily Moan

    by misskit
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    Not mine. Wish it were! I’m still stuck in...

    Not mine. Wish it were!

    I’m still stuck in Georgia.

    That’s my moan, but I think its been done before.
  7. Thread: Daily Moan

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    ^I recognize the parking lot at Festival.

    ^I recognize the parking lot at Festival.
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    ^ That cartoon makes me angry!

    ^ That cartoon makes me angry!
  9. Thai Parliamentary Panel: Shooter of Teen in Coma May Have Police Link

    A Thai parliamentary fact-finding panel said on Friday that the alleged shooters of two teens during anti-government protests last month – including a 15-year-old boy who lies in a coma – may have...
  10. Woman who claimed to have had third vaccine jab faces charges of giving false stateme

    Woman who claimed to have had third vaccine jab faces charges of giving false statements


    A young woman, who reportedly bragged about being granted the privilege of receiving a third booster...
  11. Jobless Thai chef arrested for trying to sell rare butterflies

    An unemployed chef has been arrested after he tried to sell eight preserved butterflies of six rare species to undercover officials from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant...
  12. Two students nabbed for allegedly torching King’s portrait in Khon Kaen, bail granted

    Two Khon Kaen University students were separately arrested on Monday morning by provincial police this morning (Friday) for allegedly torching the portrait of His Majesty the King in front of the...
  13. Moonwalking astronaut shames Khon Kaen into fixing road

    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=75897&stc=1

    You could spend the day at the district office, fire off angry tweets or collect some envelope cash for venal administrators.

    Or, in...
  14. Woman shot by stray gunfire during motorcycle shooting

    A 58 year old woman in Nakhon Ratchasima was shot by stray gunfire while eating in front of her house as a motorbike shootout occurred in front of her. Her son-in-law in his pickup truck was being...
  15. Bangkok’s October tourism reopening not finalized...

    Bangkok’s October tourism reopening not finalized by CCSA


    BANGKOK (NNT) - The plan to reopen Bangkok to international tourists from 15 October is being questioned, as to whether the city is...
  16. Military chopper flies newborn to Chiang Mai for medical treatment

    A military helicopter flew a sick baby from Mae Hong Son province to Chiang Mai for treatment.


    The National Institute for Emergency Medicine instructed the helicopter assistant to transport the...
  17. Does video show policeman extorting money from vendor? Din Daeng office explains

    The Din Daeng district office on Saturday has clarified about a controversial video clip that shows a municipal policeman allegedly taking money from an ice-cream vendor.


    The video clip shows a...
  18. Forest ranger killed in gaur attack in Khao Yai

    PRACHIN BURI: A forest ranger was killed and another one injured in an attack by a wild gaur while they were patrolling in Khao Yai National Park on Friday (Sept 17).

    The two were among six...
  19. Foreign rescue volunteer buys rescue boats and equipment for Pattaya rescue team

    A foreign rescue volunteer has bought rescue boats and given assistance to a prominent rescue team in Pattaya during heavy floods recently.

    Last week some local residents suffered from...
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    Sticky: Australia: Violent clash breaks out between...

    Australia: Violent clash breaks out between police and anti-lockdown protestors


    As the Australian government fights to control the surge in coronavirus cases, locals have taken to the streets to...
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    Taliban replace Afghan women's affairs ministry...

    Taliban replace Afghan women's affairs ministry with virtue, vice dept


    In what depicts the true state of women under the new Taliban rule, the group seems to have closed down the women's affairs...
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    ^ Saw a poster on the wall in the grocery store...

    ^ Saw a poster on the wall in the grocery store for a Justice for J6 rally this weekend at the Gray, Georgia (Population 3500) courthouse.

    If anyone shows up, they will be white and not wearing a...
  23. That fence didn’t look very COVID proof anyway.

    That fence didn’t look very COVID proof anyway.
  24. Myanmar Villagers Destroy Chinese Fence Amid Border Dispute

    Residents of Myanmar’s northern Shan state have destroyed a fence built by Chinese authorities they say encroaches on their country’s territory, prompting observers to warn that if the dispute goes...
  25. Villagers in Southern Laos Cope With Food Shortages Amid COVID Lockdowns

    Many villagers in southern Lao provinces say they are short of food and other essentials due to prolonged and strict government-ordered coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, preventing people from working...
  26. Cambodia PM Says He Crashed Opposition Zoom Talk to Warn Rebels

    Prime Minister Hun Sen crashed a Zoom strategy session of Cambodia’s banned opposition party “to send a clear message to the rebels” that they are being watched – not to seek political...
  27. Philippines: Duterte will not Cooperate with...

    Philippines: Duterte will not Cooperate with ICC’s Drug War Deaths Probe

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into the...
  28. ^^ This one? ...

    ^^ This one?

    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=75848&stc=1
  29. Idled Thai taxis go green with mini-gardens on car roofs

    BANGKOK -- Taxi fleets in Thailand are giving new meaning to the term “rooftop garden,” as they utilize the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis to serve as small vegetable plots.

    ...
  30. Bangkok Governor: NO reopening October 15 despite...

    Bangkok Governor: NO reopening October 15 despite PM plans

    As any well-informed reader of the news in Thailand knows, Bangkok will definitely be reopening on October 1. Also, it won’t be. It will...
  31. Japanese man jumps to his death in Bangkok after catching Covid

    A Japanese man who apparently jumped to his death from his 11th floor condominium in Bangkok on Thursday had contracted Covid-19, police said on Friday.


    Officers from Klong Tan police station...
  32. Giant Bangkok drainage tunnel almost 90% complete

    A giant 9-kilometre drainage tunnel to ease flooding in Bangkok is 86.70 per cent complete and should be operating by March next year, said the city’s governor on Friday.


    Aswin Kwanmuang spoke...
  33. Oct 1 reopening up in the air BANGKOK: The...

    Oct 1 reopening up in the air



    BANGKOK: The Public Health Ministry yesterday (Sept 16) addressed concerns raised by academics over the government’s plan to reopen the country to vaccinated...
  34. 4-year-old girl tragically drowns at a swimming pool in Pattaya area home

    A 4-year-old half-Russian half-Thai girl tragically drowned at a swimming pool in a Banglamung house Wednesday night (September 15th).


    Emergency responders were notified of the incident at 8:30...
  35. Meteorological Department forecasts scattered thundershowers and isolated heavy rain

    The Thai Meteorological Department today, September 17th, reported 7-day weather forecasts with scattered thundershowers and isolated heavy rain in Thailand from September 17th to the 22nd.


    In...
  36. Aukus: China calls the alliance 'irresponsible',...

    Aukus: China calls the alliance 'irresponsible', Australia shrugs

    Australia on Friday shrugged off angry Chinese reaction over US-UK-Australia alliance that will involve Australia receiving...
  37. Can’t find the full article but the title says...

    Can’t find the full article but the title says plenty!

    Evergrande employees in China held hostage as worried investors demand payments

    BEIJING - Footage of Evergrande's management being held...
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    Roger Stone Interrupted on Live Radio to Be...

    Roger Stone Interrupted on Live Radio to Be Served With Capitol Riot Lawsuit


    This really couldn’t have been scripted any better. Roger Stone has been served with papers relating to a Capitol...
  39. ICC to open full investigation into Duterte˜war on drugs

    The International Criminal Court (ICC) has formally authorised an official probe into alleged crimes against humanity in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs”, dealing a moral victory...
  40. All Employees in Thailand’s Malls and At-risk Businesses Must Be Vaccinated by Octobe

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Department of Health has announced that all employees in malls and other at-risk businesses will need to be vaccinated by October 1st, when the “COVID-Free Settings” (CFS)...
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    Kanchanaburi to reopen from October 1

    Kanchanaburi authorities announced this week that hotels, resorts and rafting services can reopen from October 1.

    However, meetings and seminars will remain prohibited, and restaurants will not be...
  42. Thai stocks defy Asian gloom after govt announces October reopening

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) Index closed at 1,631.70 on Thursday, up 3.66 points or 0.22 per cent. Transactions totalled THB79.59 billion with an index high of 1,636.01 and a low of...
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    Sticky: Australia Covid-19 cases rise but vaccination...

    Australia Covid-19 cases rise but vaccination surge raises hopes of easing lockdown

    Australia’s Victoria state reported its biggest one-day rise in Covid-19 cases of the year on Thursday as a...
  44. Prominent Thai doctors urges government to delay...

    Prominent Thai doctors urges government to delay country reopening for foreign tourists

    At least two prominent doctors in Thailand who also advise the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration,...
  45. Chinese FM stresses efforts in safeguarding peace...

    Chinese FM stresses efforts in safeguarding peace in S.China Sea after rejecting port visit of German warship


    China urges non-regional countries to respect regional countries' efforts in...
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    Lavrov: No one is in a hurry to recognize Taliban...

    Lavrov: No one is in a hurry to recognize Taliban

    DUSHANBE (RIA Novosti): No one is in a hurry to officially recognize the Taliban, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.


    “The Taliban...
  47. Priciest Food Since 1970s Is a Big Challenge for Governments

    (Bloomberg) -- Whether for bread, rice or tortillas, governments across the world know that rising food costs can come with a political price. The dilemma is whether they can do enough to prevent...
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    Meltdown! Trump Calls Allies to Demand Gen....

    Meltdown!


    Trump Calls Allies to Demand Gen. Mark Milley Be ‘Arrested’ for ‘Treason’

    In the afternoon hours on Tuesday, following reports that then-President Donald Trump’s top military...
  49. Sorry state of affairs it is. Stephen Miller’s...

    Sorry state of affairs it is.

    Stephen Miller’s plan. No surprise.

    You would think people would welcome immigrants with open arms right now. There is a shortage of workers everywhere in the US.
  50. In Lenins Hometown, Russian Communists Strive for Soviet Revival

    ULYANOVSK - When Airat Gibatdinov was born in 1986, Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika had already set the Soviet Union on its path to oblivion.


    But now, the local lawmaker and deputy head of...
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