On the dark side of Bang Saphan

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 07 Nov 2011 08:23

bsb wrote:heikevie, you have the majical knack to bring out the worst in everyone,
I can not resist to tell people what they do not want to hear.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 07 Nov 2011 08:50

buksida wrote:This is a serious problem and the fact that it is a known group should make it easier to solve - if those with the guns and badges want to solve it.
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I think it is not helpful to call the local police as "brown butts". And claimed the police would get money to protect the criminals. And even asking for corruption in the same time.
As a member(Mr. Wu) of the previous message wrote.

This is not harmless.

Therefore, the worry about the health of him.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by bsb » 07 Nov 2011 09:07

heikevie,please tell me as well as all the readers that you are not so naive to think there is no corruption in the thai police force. Perhaps "brown butts" was a bit too drastic but none the less are they any less corrupt if they were called "mr.Brown Shirt" and any way I thought you told everyone you were leaving town.....tell the truth you would miss all of us more than a cop would miss tea money

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 07 Nov 2011 19:59

bsb wrote:heikevie,please tell me as well as all the readers that you are not so naive to think there is no corruption in the thai police force.

Don’t say everything you know, but know everything you say
bsb wrote:.....tell the truth you would miss all of us more than a cop would miss tea money
A life without your could be theoretically possible, but not so entertaining.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by bsb » 07 Nov 2011 20:36

I would say that with your two cut and paste answers ,you are for sure fitting into the flock of sheep catorgory

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by Mr Wu » 08 Nov 2011 09:57

I would say fitting into the talking a load of crap category.

Why do you even bother to write on this website heikevie when all you do is insult people and try to be smart? Go back to your dogs and save everyone your bullshit.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 08 Nov 2011 10:45

Put your CoCobar shirt on and take a cool drink at the beach.
That helps sometimes.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by Mr Wu » 08 Nov 2011 13:52

Go and talk to your dogs, theyre more suited to your conversation style.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by yoursTruly » 08 Dec 2011 08:50

From a Mose Allison song: "Her mind's on vacation but her mouth is working overtime."

But as one who hated Nixon for years, Gore Vidal said after he died, "Yes it's ironic, but I miss him terribly." But then Nixon was crafty and had style.
"Don't take life too serious. It ain't no ways permanent."
-- Pogo, by Walt Kelly

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by buksida » 19 Jul 2013 20:05

Another break in reported, farang house, safe destroyed, cash and gold taken.

Police fingerprinted the place and are investigating.

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by yoursTruly » 20 Jul 2013 03:58

Well, perhaps it's time for some neighborhood retribution. It's said that black teens won't go looting in NYC Italian neighborhoods because Italians are rather severe in their reprisals. I don't know how this could play out in BS, but it's worth thinking about.
"Don't take life too serious. It ain't no ways permanent."
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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by bsb » 20 Jul 2013 07:58

some one had balls of steel to break into that house...there is a lot of traffic there of foot, motorbike and car as well as everyone knows who lives there.
just a guess but I bet the crooks are related to a certain someone in the immeadiate area.....

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 20 Jul 2013 12:54

bsb wrote:just a guess but I bet the crooks are related to a certain someone in the immeadiate area.....
drug scene ?
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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by buksida » 24 Jul 2013 11:31

The "police" have not made any arrests regarding this incident.

Anyone surprised?

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Re: On the dark side of Bang Saphan

Post by heikevie » 24 Jul 2013 11:51

I'm not surprised

I upgraded my security system.

More lights with motion detectors, Alarm system buffered battery, 24h camera monitors. and extends of guard dogs.

Now I'm still looking for a HK

I will report when I have tested it on a burglar.

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