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 on: December 14, 2018, 02:13:39 PM 
Started by ken kenobie - Last post by ken kenobie
Hi gang , Ken here (hate Kenneth) thought I would sign up and see how things go .Long time LOS  resident currently living about 70km from Korat and married to a wonderful Thai lady . Originally from England but now a retired theatrical master electrician . Don’t get me started on Thai electrics.
Lots of interests to keep my mind occupied but where I live is a fairly quiet area . So I tend to be sitting at my computer desk , more than I should do.

    Regards  -  Ken

 on: December 14, 2018, 12:04:18 PM 
Started by jivvy - Last post by Thaiwolf
I prefer Yammies dereklev

 on: December 14, 2018, 11:44:12 AM 
Started by jivvy - Last post by dereklev
My predictions...

Saturday 15th December
Man City v Everton             Citeh
Crystal Palace v Leicester    Draw
Huddersfield v Newcastle    Barcodes
Tottenham v Burnley          Spuds
Watford v Cardiff City         Hornets
Wolves v Bournemouth       Dingles (Evidently a nickname for Wolves)
Fulham v West Ham           Cottagers

Sunday 16th December
Brighton v Chelsea             Chavs
Southampton v Arsenal      Arses
Liverpool v Man United       Draw

 on: December 14, 2018, 10:21:14 AM 
Started by Roger - Last post by Teessider
Is this the photo Roger?

 on: December 14, 2018, 07:09:01 AM 
Started by Alfie - Last post by Roger
So we are 'stuck in May's mire' for at least the next few weeks, or until Labour calls a VoC, or 12 months (via another VoC) or until the 2022 General Election.

Caller your Reply 530 - excellent thanks again.
I still remember ''the women is a complete barmpot''  :)  Absolument !

I recall commenting that the EU 'Negotiators' (Robert?) never intended to be reasonable or helpful with respect to the Brexit decision made by the UK electorate. The EU have instead exploited any real problems and obfuscated and bullied Mrs May on every front, despite the best efforts of David Davis and Dominic Rabb and others. The UK stands now, politically exhausted and confused with no apparent way forward  :(

We need some real Leadership and Mrs May certainly can't provide that !

 on: December 14, 2018, 06:39:14 AM 
Started by Roger - Last post by Roger
(I was mystified when I couldn't find the thread again so Admin, thanks).

I've lost the link now - (anyone?). An article (somewhere) about an amazing mountaintop in New Zealand. A fantastic shot over 4 happy packers with the view behind.

Then another pic in the opposite direction, showing a queue of 100's waiting to do their own 'selfie' in the crows nest. Not my sorta hols. Too much tourism  ::)

 on: December 14, 2018, 05:21:34 AM 
Started by jivvy - Last post by TheOddViking
Sat 15th Dec
Man City v Everton             home
Crystal Palace v Leicester    away
Huddersfield v Newcastle     draw
Tottenham v Burnley           home
Watford v Cardiff City          home
Wolves v Bournemouth        home
Fulham v West Ham             away

Sun 16th
Brighton v Chelsea               away
Southampton v Arsenal        away
Liverpool v Man United         draw

 on: December 13, 2018, 02:49:09 PM 
Started by Roger - Last post by Administrator
Jivvy, Roger was looking for this thread so I bumped it. Hence my odd, cryptic message.

 on: December 13, 2018, 01:22:22 PM 
Started by Alfie - Last post by caller
Well, the vote came and went and she didn't!  >:(

I can't understand those MP's saying they believe she is still best placed to deliver Brexit. Her only plan has failed - period. So why on Earth do they believe she can still deliver, when what she came back with, was so bad, she pulled the vote, as it would have resulted in a heavy defeat?

She will fail in her attempt to get any changes made to 'the deal' and as a consequence, the so-called meaningful vote on the non-deal will be cancelled and the deal withdrawn. It's now up to her cabinet to bring her to heel. Liam Fox has already hinted this is on the cards. But I don't trust any of them anymore, either.

She will probably go in the next few weeks.

I would now prefer to see Brexit delayed and a new Brexit supporting leader and advisors get tough with the EU. They are on the brink of a new recession and Macrons actions haven't helped them. We are now in a stronger position to walk away than ever before as a meaningful negotiating tool as the EU simply cannot afford the disruption. This isn't new thinking, anyone that has been listening to the warnings of businesses and senior politicians in various Countries, including Germany, will be aware of this, even if ignored by our own Government as it doesn't suit their aims. But it is finely laid out by Andrew Evans-Pritchard in his article for the Telegraph this morning.

Teresa May and her remainer advisors have worked against the decision of the referendum from the outset and as such, have betrayed the democratic vote. The opinion of the majority of MP's who seem to believe that this is fine and that once we get this 'nasty mess' behind us, we can all move on are simply deluding themselves. This could see the break up of the status quo of UK politics that has been in place since the war. I certainly hope so. The people need to defend democracy if the politicians won't.

 on: December 13, 2018, 08:27:29 AM 
Started by Roger - Last post by jivvy
Here it is!


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