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Election Day is scheduled for about 2 weeks from now.


Depending on the quantity and quality of the brown matter that impacts the rotary air impeller between now and then, and afterwards, I *MIGHT* be back in town ca. late March-early April, or late April-early May. I have to schedule around work, and I am not even remotely crazy enough to be in town during Songkran.

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  • 7 months later...

Are you still a specialist? I'd thought you'd surely be a sergeant by now. :hmmm:

Are you still a specialist? I'd thought you'd surely be a sergeant by now. :hmmm:


Not if he keeps running off to BKK all the time - that habit has implications on career trajectory, I'm afraid...



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24 Days until I escape from SRV for a couple of weeks and back to Bangkok. Had trips around the North to Ha Noi and Hai Phong etc but not bothered with Saigon, Ha Noi to Saigon is a longer flight than Ha Noi to BKK, in BKK taxi's are cheaper don't have to pay for a hotel and can sort of get by in the lingo in Bangers so Saigon has no interest for me at the moment but we may give it a look see at some time in the next 3-4 years that we will be here.

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Hi guys,


I will come to Siam end of November 2014. That means 5 – 6 weeks to go.


My plan is to overwinter in Thailand: End of November, December, January to end of February.


But I am a special case now. Well, this time I am not the sanuk and fun-seeking boy.

I come as a melancholy observer of the scene, which himself can no longer actively take part in the sanuk, in the fun.

I had an apoplectic stroke with devastating consequences in December 2012.

The right half of my body is severely paralyzed.

I cannot move my right leg freely; I limp.

I cannot move my right arm. The fingers of my right hand are completely paralyzed.


! The stroke has made me older by many years !

I cannot work any longer. I am retired now. My new trademark is my crutch.


But I don't want to bother you.

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