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  1. Anyone heard about Scum_baggio and Jasmine ? I just love their insights and opinions. I also miss Stickman. Met him once at old Woodstock at Nana - just to show that I was a real female, ehehehe, very stupid of me at that time to get over there by myself. Oh, at the same occasion I also met Pom Micheal. I haven't logged in for quite a long while (4-5 years?) But sometimes I miss the board and the rant they are making about Thai bgs and Thai society, 5555 I hope to contribute more on Thai Language Forum. GTG
  2. Actually, "Sin Suan Tuan" is pronounced as "Sin Suan Tua" without an "n". สินส่วนตัว Sin Somros (Joint Marital Assets)= สินสมรส GTG
  3. Yingluck has a new nick name now - "Yingluck 600 corpses".
  4. So, Steve, I guess you could have decided to be a bar boy, ehehehee
  5. Hi junglesoup, Really appreciate your update. Great to hear that your condition is ok. Hope everything is going great for you. GTG
  6. 37 girls ? THAT"S IT ? Ehehhe Have you heard any news from him since? Encourage him to get a blood work. Hope he's fine
  7. JS, Your post made me realise that my decision to be a GTG is correct and prompt in this world. Also, a full blood work before sexual intercourse for 3 months is nescessary for every couple, esp. potential marriage couples. Sadly most Thai women don't realise this and they don't get the info. So many of them ended up contracting HIV from their husbands.
  8. :thumbup: What can I say, Chris? You've made your point so well I would have just give you GTG
  9. THey are now have a technology where they make an infected sperm uninfected. Even in Thailand we have that technology. No problem to have babies anymore. Getting tested is a responsible thing to do to make proper adjustment for oneself. People are different thus they get differrent symptoms in various levels. So if your CD4 is lower you need to act fast. See ?
  10. There are always two sides of the coin. I just want to dig a little bit more about the other side. Oh, BTW, I just happened to see Elvis Prestley walking around Soi 7 last night. Ehehehe
  11. JS, THX for replying ! You're a keeper :thumbup: , ya know ! Do you have any younger brothers left for me? Cheers ! GTG
  12. Josh, I'm sure you have heard about a conspiracy theory about HIV is not a cause of AIDS at all. But it is believed or made to believe for political reasons among health professionals just to get the reserch fund flowing in, etc. I would love to read about it. Can you point me to the right direction ie. any source on the internet? What is your view on this matter? Maybe I should start a new thread. GTG
  13. I am deeply sorry to hear about your condition. You are very brave to share your presonal story among us here. May I ask you something? During that 17 months you didn't have sex with your girlfriend at all, if I read your post right? If so, a big of applause !!!!( You said, "I knew in my heart back then, but hadnt the courage to get tested, until now. 17months after. I havent consciously slept with anyone since...but my girlfriend will have to get tested...its all such a mess.") The sad thing after having read many pages of this thread is that NO ONE asked about your girfriend's test result. But maybe I'm female my first question is , "How is the girlfriend?". I hope she is negative. If you don't mind sharing it with us. As you might all realise tbat HIV/AIDS is spreading among women (females by their anatomy are infected easiler than men.)and housewives in Thailand in an alarming rate. That's why I am very worried about her. If she is infected, what whould she do? Will you take care of her too? (as you said you are quite well-off and can afford a good heath care.) If she was infected and you took care of her, you are a true gentleman. :thumbup: I remember that about 15 years ago a Canadian medical doctor in Canada who was infected with HIV made a documentary film shown on TV about his last few months of his life. I didn't get to see it just heard someone talked about it. It would be great if someone in this condition would create a 'Blog' to share their thought and new perspective on things. But what you have done for us on this board are greatly appreciated already. Good luck to you JS. My thoughts are with you and your girlfriend. GTG PS. To wait for 17 months to get the test was an awful time for you I think. But at least it has been tested. Oh, I hope Khun Sanuk won't delete my post.
  14. It was shown only for the Festival. It is a British independent movie. The line from the bg, "Lob me short time one thousand, lob me lonf time two thousand" got a big laugh from the crowd including me. I thought the leading charactor would negociate it to 1500 LT. But he's a newbie so he paid the overpriced fee. Here's the detail. Butterfly Man Brief synopsis: After splitting up with his girlfriend whilst on holiday in Thailand, a young English backpacker, Adam, meets and falls in love with a beautiful Thai girl, Em, on an island paradise. His world falls apart when he needlessly lies to her about another girl and Em betrays Adam to the ex-pat mafia. When he uncovers their fraudulent passport operation, Adam must save Em and rescure her from a deadly plot involving human trafficking. Genre/s: Drama Format: 35mm Fuji Year of Production: 2001 Running Time: tbc Director: Kaprice Kea Producer: Tom Waller Screenwriter: Kaprice Kea Director of Photography: Mark Duffield Sound: Hugh Graham Leading Players: Stuart Laing, Napakpapha Nakprasit, Francis Magee, Gavan O'Herlihy, Abigail Good, Kirsty Mitchell Production Company: De Warrenne Pictures Ltd Contact: Tom Waller St Anne's House 3 Diadem Court London W1D 3EF Tel: 00 44 (0)20 7734 7648 Fax: 00 44 (0)70 9236 7853 info@dewarrenne.com www.dewarrenne.com Sales Agent: as above [ur]http://www.britfilms.com/britishfilms/detail/?film=bf011025113554[/url] .................. More An acting experience by Preecha Intavirat, Bangkok ( updated: June 16, 2002 ) During the last two months, I had the experience of being a movie star in an indie film shot in southern Thailand. The film is called The Butterfly Man, and is a story of an English backpacker whose world falls apart when he meets and falls in love with a beautiful Thai masseuse. This unique film, set on a vibrant and crazed island, is an adventurous movie filled with passion, humour and intrigue. Packed with colourful characters and stunning locations, The Butterfly Man confronts the themes and issues of travel, east-west romance and the tragic world of human trafficking. The film stars Stuart Laing ( Southwest Nine) and Nakhapapha "Mamee" Nakprasit ( Mae Bia). I play the character of Captain Mae-Khong who owns an old fishing boat. Acting in this film was a great experience and an exciting moment in my life. The entire crew came from abroad and everybody had to speak English during work. This helped me a lot in brushing up my English speaking skills. I think I will never this incredible experience of being a movie star in my life! http://www.nationjunior.com/columns/news/index.php?cID=260 These two sites each has a nice pic of the film. The first site the pic showed Mamee making her hands like a butterfly to show what the word mean to Adam. The second site showed the scene which was being shot on a boat. It was shot entirely in Thailand (Bkk - Kao San Road) and Koh Samui. At the Festival the Director and the Producer came and talked a bit about the movie before it would be shown. The director approached the producer unknowlingly that he was half Thai. (He had an Indian look I might add.) He said after he read the script he loved it and said to himself he had to make it. It took them 3 years though. It was the World Premier when shown here at Siam Discovery on Sat night. His brother was supposed to be here with him but he died in the bombing incident in Bali 2 weeks ago ! He got big applaud from the crowd. So, sorry the movie might not made it to main stream theatres. I don't know if they have DVD or something of that sort. You might want to contact the sales agent info@dewarrenne.com http://www.dewarrenne.com/ Just click the Complete button and choose Butterfly Man and you will find more info of the movie and very beautiful picture. More info from the site... Butterfly Man has been selected to feature in the forthcoming Bangkok Film Festival with a special preview screening on Saturday Nov 2nd. The film will premiere in the UK during the inaugural Thai Film Festival between 28th November and 5th December 2002 with the UK release scheduled for December 6th in London's West End and selected cinemas across the country. For premiere ticket availability contact tickets@dewarrenne.com So there you go. GTG PS.Oh God..I just check out the website and found that they are making an interesting story about Chao Praya Vichaiyen Vichaiyen, Falcon of Siam Dramatic true story of the Greek adventurer Constantine Phaulkon, who rose to power in the court of King Narai in C17th Siam. I'm looking forward to this one. Maybe they will finish it in time for our next Bangkok Film Festival.
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