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  1. For Veterans day in the US "Taking Chance" is a movie about a Marine officer that escorts a fallen soldier home. Kevin Bacon, who never impressed me, is excellent in this. Have some tissues nearby.
  2. Had a neighbor once who also treated their dog the same way. Chained up all day, no attention. It was a very good dog. One night some dastardly person snuck into the yard, after consuming alcohol, and the dog disappeared. Only a coincidence that my friend in the next town over received a very nice dog the next day which has been treated as part of the family since.
  3. Whatever your answer is on Thai Visa you'll get a bunch of ***holes responding
  4. Only The Brave, 2017 Based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hot Shots, a group of firefighters that battle wildfires in the US. It ends with the Yarnell Hill fire. Excellent On Netflix and, I'm sure, download sites
  5. I think Trump would like to meet Bill Clinton's whistle blower but Monica has been busy.
  6. Thanks for all the work
  7. On your way to Hat Tung Wua Laen have you ever stopped in Bang Saphan Yai? Up until a month ago we lived there on the beach. A quiet town with a beautiful beach and enough expats to keep things interesting (A large German contingent meets every day at Coco bar at 5pm). Some decent restaurants around and good prices. No bar girls though. I loved it but the wife said too slow (even though she admits she loved being on the beach) so we sold. I you are interested let me know I can give you some recommendations
  8. Even if they could find a "competent" official
  9. Yes, my Son is married to a Lao woman in California. Her parents also fled the country during the war. They instilled in her a fear of the Lao government still.
  10. I don't think the slogan "love it or leave it" originated with the klan assholes. I think it started with the McCarthy witch hunt days in America. That the klan, and others, used it there is no doubt.
  11. There were more than 10 with me last night despite it being a Buddha day, at least I think I remember them.
  12. migrant

    Any New Jokes

    World worse joke (IMHO) A guy walks into a bar, sits down and orders a drink. The bartender places the drink in front of him and turns back to other duties. Before the man could have his first sip a little monkey comes out from under the bar, goes to his drink, lifts his penis and dips his balls in the drink, then runs back under the bar. The man called the barkeep over and asked him " Did you know there is a little monkey that came out from under the bar, lifted his penis, and dipped his balls in my drink?" "Sorry", said the bartender, "he does that sometimes, let me get you a fresh drink, free of charge". The bartender sets the man up with the new drink and turns to a new customer. Again, before the man could have his first sip, the little monkey hops up from under the bar, runs to his drink, lifts his penis up, and dips his balls in the drink. The customer calls the barkeep over and says, "I'm not angry, but curious, why is there a monkey that hops up on the bar, lifts his penis, and dips his balls in my drink?". The bartender says, "I'm somewhat new here, so not sure but Jack, the piano player over there has been here 20 years so should know". The customer, who is by know really curious, walks across the bar to the piano player who, luckily, is on a break. "Say", asks the customer to the piano player, "Do you know that little monkey that hops up on the bar, lifts his penis, and dips his balls in my drink?" The piano player thought for a second and said, "No, but if you hum a few bars I probably can play it".
  13. I get a box of cigars shipped from my son to me (using Thai names) about 2 - 3 times a month. Had one seized back in August, and one in December, all the rest arrived intact and (fairly) timely. Went to customs in December and they allowed me to pay the tax and take the cigars but warned us (again) that no more would be allowed. Didn't bother to try to collect the August box and it just was received back in the states last week! Have tried many ways and found the best way is to use a Thai name on the return address, and delivery address, keep the box reasonably small (mine hold 36 large cigars) and describe as personal gift value under $10.
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