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    Re: Italian teachers

    That's too bad, gnazi71. I hope someone will see your posts and have some constructive advice for you. Please stick around.
  2. News: Re: Thailand's New Overstay Penalties Officially Announced Today

    RickThai, I think you might agree with me that women married to Thai men should have some consideration also.:)
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    News: Re: Graft buster rules Yingluck guilty

    Thanks, RickThai. I really tried to find confirmation of the higher figure but could not. What I did find was reports of how much they have spent on vacations, but of course I also found information...
  4. Re: Being Married To A Thai Lady For Forty Years

    Thanks Khun Don, I tried to download that very same paper this morning, but had to answer a few questions. What a coincidence! I finally gave up, but when I returned home this evening there was an...
  5. Re: Being Married To A Thai Lady For Forty Years

    RE: Khonrai's post

    I never saw that, but remember, in the old days women in Thailand exposed their breasts. One time we were driving through the countryside on our way back from the beach and we...
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    Re: Italian teachers

    Do you really want to teach Italian, or are you thinking it is the best way for you to make a living there?
  7. Re: Being Married To A Thai Lady For Forty Years

    Well said, Khun Don. In my scenario the lady would then say "What do you think about . . . . . .?"

    I don't think I am alone when I say that I like to feel we are making the decision together and...
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    News: Re: Graft buster rules Yingluck guilty

    Net worth 11.8 million, according to this:


    http://www.therichest.com/celebnetworth/politician/president/barack-obama-net-worth/
  9. Famous existential question soon to be answered

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  10. Opinion: View Post

    Please don't share that last thought with a Suthep supporter!
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    Sticky: Re: New Members Please Introduce Yourself Here

    Welcome, gill76 and colejkeene. There is a section here in the forums on Learning Thai where you are sure to meet others interested in learning and keeping up with what they have already learned. I...
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    Here is a picture and other information:
    http://www.tripsthailand.com/places_government_house.php
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    Re: Children of a lost generation

    This is really sad. I have known a few people who raised their grandchildren, or were raised by grandparents and it's never an ideal situation. Sometimes we don't have a choice. I understand that so...
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    News: Re: Graft buster rules Yingluck guilty

    Unmarried spouse?
  15. Re: Trains: Lady carriage service to begin Aug 1

    This is a good service for those who prefer it, but I hope the authorities don't see this measure as being in lieu of proper security outside of this particular carriage.
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    Re: Anatman - Not- Self

    You give very good explanations, showing that you have put a lot of thought into your readings. Thank you for sharing.
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    Re: Foraging in Thailand with Robin Harford

    That book looks like a good field guide to carry along.

    I thought puff balls were poisonous. Shows how much I know! I heard about a class on shitake production and if it is offered next winter I...
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    Re: Foraging in Thailand with Robin Harford

    My grandparents, who lived down the hill from where I live now, and other people of their generation, always picked blackberries, creasy greens, dandelions, poke, etc. They also knew about herbs and...
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    Foraging in Thailand with Robin Harford

    A while back I was googling for information on some wild plant or other and came across a website on foraging in the UK. http://www.eatweeds.co.uk/about ~ which led me to signing up for emails, which...
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    Re: How to Eat in Thailand

    I really enjoyed his writing style and hope to see more of it.

    Many (maybe most) cultures share the trait of offering guests food but Thailand has it's own unique way of sharing at the table.
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    Re: The Emu story-Building a Home in Thailand

    Is the above a finished project, or samples to choose from? If It's already finished, I'm sure you know what to say. Zip . . . . . !
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    Re: Sue Thanapol Song

    You can find Suea Thanapol on YouTube. I hope this is the person you are looking for. There are several more songs by her there. This is the first one I saw:




    http://youtu.be/ci27j1Rsf8c
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    Re: Sue Thanapol Song

    Hi joomangy. Welcome to the forum. I found this in a google search. Hope it helps:

    http://www.ethaicd.com/list.php?catid=172
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    Re: Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    Thank you for sharing, Jucifer. I have not seen him for a very long time. I am glad to see he is still making videos.

    Welcome to the forum!
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    Re: Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    I have seen rapeseed oil, I think maybe it was in Whole Foods or maybe someplace odd like Big Lots. You never know what you'll find there.

    I was married to a Thai man for 20 years. He liked to...
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    Re: Where do you prefer to eat your Thai food ?

    The last Thai restaurant I went to was in North Carolina. Since my daughter moved to a new city to finish her studies (at last!) we have been trying Thai or Vietnamese restaurants and find we are...
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    A lime green butterfly? How beautiful!
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    Re: Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    Thanks for the suggestion, RickThai. I'd never even thought of it. I guess I missed that particular Dr. Oz show. I need to do some research. Following are two opposing views:
    ...
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    Re: The Emu story-Building a Home in Thailand

    Can't wait to see the stonelook tiles!

    I'm not terribly obsessive, but I too like certain things centered, like the sink and window, fireplace in center or cattycorner, etc. It's just a sign of...
  30. Re: What is the most unusual food you've ever tried in Thailand?

    RickThai, I didn't finish reading your post, being one of those squeamish types, but I did happen to see you came from Ky. I spend my teen years in Louisville, which is not exactly frog gigging area,...
  31. News: Re: Phuket clean up: Vendors begin to move off Phuket's Patong Beach

    I certainly understand having a business based on tourist trade, having been there myself. I also have thought that there could be a market of some type based close by, but not encroaching on public...
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    Chiang Mai's Hidden Muslim Market

    I just enjoyed reading about this little known market which is close by the Night Market. I thought some of you would enjoy it too, and maybe put it on your list to visit when you are next in Chiang...
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    For some reason sea turtles have just come to mind. I know there are international laws, but I don't know if there are any protections is place by Thai law. Many beaches elsewhere have watch groups...
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    Good to know, Khun Don. I need to save up for a new camera.
  35. Thread: boiling frog

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    Re: boiling frog

    Another analogy I once used when explaining something to a young child was "It is like a plant. If you don't water it and give it care, it will die." Both (or all) people involved need to participate.
  36. Re: Alcohol sale and drink will be banned on all trains

    And as stated, do better background checks of employees.
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    Re: Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    True, olive oil supposedly cannot take a high heat, but (again supposedly) rice bran oil can. I use olive oil, too, in smaller amounts than most thais would use. I add a sprinkle of water if needed....
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    It is very exotic looking. According to the information I am finding it is European, but also found across Asia. That must be why it looks like photos I have seen of butterflies in Thailand. They are...
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    The butterflies are so different from the ones I see here, so I am always glad to see photos of butterflies from other places. So many of them, like yours Khun Don, are much more vibrant. Your flower...
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    Not to mention hummingbirds!
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    Re: Sai Lom Hang Ruk - Ben Chalatit

    Thanks, Simonebkk. I thought he might be a new singer but when I looked on YouTube I saw that he has a lot of songs.
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    Re: My photos and thought process behind the image

    I always enjoy taking photos of wildflowers with flying insects feasting. This Queen Anne's Lace doesn't have many insects, but it does have an unusual twist to it.

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  43. URGENT: Re: Thailand visa run crackdown could create headaches for expats

    Geez, I thought I had replied to your post RickThai. Maybe I forgot to hit 'post quick reply'. :confused:

    Basically I just wanted to encourage you to get the TEFOL. It would be good to have...
  44. Thread: Condiments

    by Susana
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    Condiments

    I've just finished my oatmeal and I'm already thinking about this evening's meal. I wanted something with rice (what else?) along with those 3 cucumbers staring at me. Ah, you already know what I'm...
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    Re: What day were you born? ~ just for fun!

    Ian, you made a funny! :laughlong

    And Happy Birthday on Wednesday!
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