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  1. Very sad news So young too. Rest in peace mate
  2. Nana has become horrible, ok it was already, but its worse. Went there for the first time in 2 years a couple of weeks back, wont go again. Haven't been to Cowboy in a year or two. Pattaya was its usual trashy self last visit (late 2015). And yeah prices are up a lot. Not sure why as the quality certainly isn't.
  3. I've not been there and doubt i'll ever go there, but I know a lady who worked there. She's already gotten herself the ultimate long time. Married some dodgy american chap…..who she met in Hooters. He's rich. And significantly older than her. I predict many years of shopping to be had by both.
  4. Back to the OP. I haven't had anything to do with a BG for a very long time now. Lost all interest due to the fake nature of it all.
  5. ^ What he said.... The bars like to get the girls lubricated. You see some get in to quite a state.....and then some guy takes them off someplace......
  6. I don't go out as much as I used to, but going purely in looks, Nana has the better lookers and there isn't a difference in price. Sad really....Cowboy is a victim of its own success. I used to love it, now I avoid it.
  7. Thailand found over 10,000 new HIV/AIDS patients in 2011 : National News Bureau of Thailand Thailand found over 10,000 new HIV/AIDS patients in 2011 BANGKOK, 10 January 2012 (NNT) - The Public Health Ministry has made public the number of HIV/AIDS patients in 2011, saying over 10,000 new patients were found last year alone. According to the Public Health Ministry, over 1 million people were infected with the deadly disease in 2011, with nearly half still alive. The statistics from January to November 2011 shows more than 10,000 new patients. 25 percent of the patients are working people aged between 30 and 34, followed by people in 25-29 age range, who account for 22 percent. The tendency of people dying of AIDS has reduced from the past as the medicines and medical technology have improved. The Ministry has set strategies for national AIDS prevention and resolution in the years 2012-2016, including reducing the number of new patients to only 6,700 in 2016, reducing the death of HIV patients down by allowing them better access to anti-virus, and improving their qualities of life. The Ministry has been providing free blood check to people twice a week at hospitals under the social healthcare program, which, therefore, enables new patients to receive treatments at early stages. It has also been encouraging people in the society to treat AIDS patients with the same respect as with other people.
  8. Faustian

    Beef Wellington

    Cheers, was hoping for a restaurant recommendation, but none were forthcoming... never mind.
  9. Faustian

    Beef Wellington

    I have an urge that I need to purge... Anyone know of a restaurant that produces a fine Beef Wellington in Bangkok please? Done a Google search, but nothing much comes up. Cheers!
  10. I've read a lot of pieces on the "bubble" in the Chinese property market and economy and how the entire country could go 'pop' at any second. Still waiting. If it happens, the effects are going to be interesting!
  11. Stick, liked the piece, it explained many things I had heard part of. I hope you can get some closure. There are a lot of really f*cked up people in this world, it is unfortunate when we run into them. I speak from experience. Thailand certainly attracts a lot of weirdos...and they get online and 'act out' their shit upon other people.
  12. ^ Yeah, that also made me laugh out loud too Blimey! What a read.... NR, Thanks for writing it all. The enormous effort is appreciated. Enjoyed it immensely. Hope you have a great final night.
  13. District 9 is worth a view I'd say. The script and acting, by the human cast, is a bit lame at times, but a nice non-standard flick. 3.5 stars I'd say.
  14. What happened to the members that lived there? Wasn't it Limbo who resided on Samui? No one seems to go there much anymore from here. I think it's a safe bet it will be pretty slow. Everywhere seems to be at the moment. Lots of storms around that way too lately.
  15. Personally not been there for a long time. Used to have a member or 2 that lived there. All I've heard is that the weather hasn't been great lately...and the Green Mango is about to get bigger....but I assume it is all business as usual there. Same setup, same stuff going down.
  16. Thanks, I will dig around for it... Anyway, inspired by this thread, I've "acquired" a buttload of movies to watch...cheers!
  17. Anyone seen the new Crank movie? I enjoyed the first, but figured it was a one off...then up pops another...
  18. Very true...it isn't cheap anymore...the weak pound has made everything quite unpleasant for us brits! Hence why I keep my money in the UK and live off of my wages here.
  19. Sounds good from your point of view. She sounds highly inconsistent. With the background details you've kindly given, I'd suggest you seek full custody. If she goes overseas, then it is a loss to your son, but in other regards it might be a blessing. Research has proven a child needs one reliable, consistent carer. You seem to fit the bill perfectly. You've gone above and beyond to be accommodating. Many wouldn't do as much as you have. If she goes overseas it isn't something you should feel guilty or bad about. Your son will grow up and understand.....trust me. Always be honest with him, don't seek to be overly protective. He'll work it out and feel he is to blame if he doesn't understand where the responsibility lies. Children always feel at fault. It is unavoidable in the short term, but in the long term it can be fully addressed and the damage reversed. All damage can be reversed in young children, it is the teenagers who don't resolve issues. Best of luck to you. If I can help with anything, let me know.
  20. Can't offer you any advice on your particular situation, as this is a nightmare if one party disagrees, but I'll offer my bit about access. You can seek a legal solution and take it to the courts, but that's a long, expensive and perilous journey. In childcare provisions, there's a stipulation of what's in the best interests of the child. As long as you've been a reliable parent and don't have any nasties lurking in your past, such as a criminal record, drug abuse, alcoholism or records of violent incidents, all should be well. The reasons for your divorce can also count for or against you, depending upon who was the aggrieved party. Suffice to say, seeking a legal solution will mean the courts will go through your life and lifestyle with a fine comb, you will be totally examined, often excruciatingly so. However, courts will want to make sure the child isn't unduly traumatised by the constant back and forwards between parents. Consistency of care being paramount. Often sole custody is awarded to the mother in such cases and she will call the shots. I'd seek legal advice regardless. Without a legally agreed access plan, then you will constantly be at the mothers whim. I'd also keep records of all contact you have with the mother and what has been discussed. Very important if at a later date she starts to play games. The courts always want the parents to come to a mutual agreement, if she is not playing ball, you will have no choice but to seek a legal solution. If the mother has been unreliable and inconsistent as a parent, then you'll have a good case to proceed with. Otherwise you might find yourself in the same situation as a lot of men, who have little choice but to take what is given. It is a crap system at the moment. I worked on several such cases in the past. I helped to get sole custody for a few guys, something still quite a rarity. Just wanted to wish you all the best in the meantime. You seem like a nice guy and I admire and respect such folks as you, who want the best for their child. There are so many parents who really don't give a damn. Good luck with this. If I can help, let me know.
  21. Going to watch, Monsters vs Aliens, Watchmen, Knowing and Burn after reading...maybe...
  22. Well, he wrote on his site about one that is known about, I'm sure there are more....and with a lady known to be infected and not bothered about condoms, there will be more. An epidemic may ensue.
  23. Supposed to be some lady working in Nana with HIV, according to Stickman, who is also not using condoms regularly with customers. Lots more lives shattered.
  24. He was a farang, so not that important.........
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