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Military Junta Leader Prayut Chan-o-cha ordered Thailand's Army to monitor all movements of US Embassy representatives. It's a move usually associated with paranoid or criminal people only, but Thailand's former General claims that the government must do what is necessary to maintain peace and order. Click here to read the report published by Bangkok Post.
Freedom of Expression scrapped
Thailand's Military Junta cancels event on media freedom organized by the German Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES). The Junta's National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) orders former politicians to meet the council after making political comments or criticising the government. Freedom House declares Thailand not free, but Thailanfd's Military Junta disagrees. New round of Brainwashing ushered, called attitude readjustment by Thailand's Military Junta.
Peeved Military Junta
The Leaders of Thailand's Military Junta don't like the way the US-Administration criticizes their undemocratic behavior. Click here to read the report published by Bangkok Post.
New Building collapse
Three Cambodian workers were injured when the third floor of a hotel being built on Soi Phettrakun behind North Pattaya's Big C Shopping Center collapsed today at about 11:00. Construction was suspended pending a probe by Pattaya City's Division of Public Works to determine the cause of the collapse. A structural probe will determine if the construction was up to standard or not. The building belongs to Mike's Place Co., Ltd., which aimed to open a 17-storey 287-room hotel. The hotel is being built by Vorakit Construction Co., Ltd. Vorakit Construction Co., Ltd. is also responsible for the construction of the controversial Waterfront Condominium on Bali Hai.
Thailand's Military Junta summoned a legal adviser to former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra for attitude readjustment after he publicly criticized her impeachment. Click here to read the report published by Khaosod English. Update (January 28th): NCPO summons critical Surapong.
Military Junta's Double Standard
Since staging a coup on May 22nd, 2014, Junta Leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's Thailand is under martial law banning all kind of public protests. Nevertheless, a group of Thai Royalists staged a protest at New Zealand's Embassy on January 24th, 2015, without being arrested. The incident clearly shows the double standard applied by Thailand's Military Junta. No sign of reconciliation. Please click here to read the report published by Khaosod English.
No Expressway to Pattaya?
After facing strong resistance from people living along the route the planned 68-kilometre, 50-billion-baht Buraphavithi-Pattaya Expressway project will be scrapped. Please click here to read the report published by Bangkok Post.
UFO on Walking Street?
Pattaya Bedrace 2015
Enjoy NightWalker's Pictures from Pattaya's Bedrace 2015
Thailand's Military Junta threatens Free Speech
Thailand's Dictator Prayuth Chan-ocha, the mimosa that loses his temper and and shouts out if journalists question a new law, and his handpicked Military Junta are preparing a new law that threatens free speech in Thailand with well formulated vague definitions of what constitutes unlawful speech. Click here to read the analysis published by Khaosod English.
Thailand's Military Junta impeached former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra
Today's impeachment is the latest development in a decade-long battle between Yingluck and Thaksin Shinawatra's political parties on one side and Thailand's Military and Bangkok's so-called Elite on the other side. Please click here to read the reports published by Khaosod English Bangkok Post Channel NewsAsia The Guardian BBC News Asia Military Junta prevented Yingluck's press conference Yingluck's Post-Impeachment Statement
Military Junta's Total Control
A new law that will become effective on February 1st, 2015, requires that SIM users register their name and ID Card or Passport details by 31st July 2015. Not registered users will not be able to use their SIM after that date. Natives as well as foreign citizens residenting in Thailand will need to register at any of the subscriber information registration points setup at Big C, Tesco Lotus and 7-11 stores. Even if you have previously provided such information when you bought a SIM card in Thailand, it's highly likely that you are not registered because the mobile operators seem to have completely ignored or failed to implement the proper registration procedures. If you are abroad between now and July 31st, it appears that you will not be able to register. You will lose your number as well as the money on its account. The new law is just another proof that Thailand's Military Junta introduces new regulations ad hoc without considering the consequences. Obviously the Junta's Officials are not used to use their brains. The Military Junta's new digital economy bills, academics say, violate the freedom and liberties of people in several areas: They monopolise national resources and are clearly aimed at tightening the grip on security. The Thai Netizen Network claims that the bills are not digital economy laws as claimed. They are basically security laws. An IT professional said I wish us all good luck...
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Pattaya Daily News reports that people complain that hundreds of mice (or rats) are enjoying a good life on Bali Hai. People find the mice (or rats) very unpleasant, very dirty and ask that the situation needs action. Pattaya News Flash already reported during July 2014 and during October 2014 about the problem. Obviously our Officials from Pattaya's Public Health and Environment Department are to lazy to tackle the problem. Update (January 15th):
Pattaya One and Pattaya Daily News report that on January 14th Pattaya officials got rid of the mice in Bali Hai pier after receiving complaints. Update (January 16th):
Officers from Pattaya's Public Health and Environment Office poisened rats and mice on Bali Hai Pier. Miss Na-anya Jantrakas from the City's Office told the press that the drugging was very successful.
Your Ticket Wins
Your Lottery Ticket wins and you get a lot of money - in your home contry perhaps but not here in Thailand! Two brothers wait since 2006 for the 2 million Baht they win in Thailand's Lottery, but the Government Lottery Office doesn't pay. TiT! (This is Thailand) Please click here and read the report published by Bangkok Post.
Pattaya Robbers Crash Russian Tourists' Romantic Evening. Please click here and read the report published by Khaosod English.
McDonald's Japan continues to experience drama with its side menu offerings. A piece of vinyl was found in a chicken nugget sold over the weekend at one of its restaurants in the northern prefecture of Aomori. As a result of the discovery, the fast food chain stopped sales of nuggets on the same day. The contaminated nugget is currently being transported to the company's headquarters in Tokyo for further investigation, McDonald's announced. McDonald's nuggets are produced at a plant in Thailand. Update (Januar 14th):
McDonald's Holdings Co (Japan) and Cargill, the producer of McDonald's Nuggets, said in separate statements that an investigation showed the type of plastic found in the McNugget on January 3rd by a customer in Misawa, northern Japan, was not used at the plant in Saraburi, where the food was produced.
Big Brother is listening you
Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) announced that it plans to make it mandatory to register all mobile-phone SIM cards for security reasons, but they also cautioned about possible violations of personal rights. The NBTC will also adopt the plan to use mobile phone numbers as personal ID for access to public Internet nationwide, known as Single Sign On. The policy is aimed at preventing the use of mobile phones in any way that could cause damage to the country or for illegal purposes... Total control of Thailand's telecom users? NSA says Sawasdee Krap.
Don't worry, its not another coup d'état
Thailand's Military Junta told the public not to worry if they see tanks rolling into Bangkok later in the week. Tanks, armoured personnel carriers and helicopters from various military bases will be transported into Bangkok for the Saturday children's day event. It is not a signal of a another coup but an annual event organized by the military for Thailand's children, the army claims. Early practice makes what wants to be a real warrior...
Unequal Rights for all
Thailand's national anti-graft body is finding it difficult to bring charges against former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, his deputy Suthep Thaugsuban and others responsible for the deadly crackdown on protesters in 2010, but has no difficulties to charge Redshirt-allied politicians, such as former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. That's the advantage of a supporter of Thailand's Military. The New York-based Human Rights Watch already condemned the ruling as a serious setback for accountability efforts in Thailand and an affront to basic justice and international law. Please click here and read the report published by Khaosod English.
Tourists flock to Myanmar
Hotel and Tourism Ministry data showed Myanmar hosted more than 3.5 million tourists and earned US$1.14 billion in 2014. Most visitors were from Asia. Thailand, Japan and China made up 67 per cent of tourist arrivals. Authorities predict 5 million tourist arrivals in 2015, about one third of the expected tourist arrivals in Thailand.
Thailand's dangerous streets
The Transportation Research Institute of the University of Michigan ranks Thailand as the second most dangerous place to drive in the world, with a rate of 44 deaths per 100'000 people, a number nearly twice global average.
Pattaya's lazy Police
Pattaya's lazy Police act only if the media report a case... Please click here to read the report published by Pattaya Daily News.
Don't ask for Bribe(s)
Pattaya's new Superintendent told his subordinates don't take bribes as in the past because at present the social network has been broadly aware of the fact and will report about bribe taking policemen. Please click here to read the report published by Pattaya Daily News.
Pattaya Police got new Boss
On January 16th Pattaya Police Station on Soi 9 once again got a new boss. Pol. Col. Sukthas Phoomphanmuang is the new superintendent at Pattaya City Police. As usually Pattaya's police officers, volunteer policemen, businessmen and groups of the City's mass media congratulated and welcomed him with gift baskets. Pol. Col. Sukthas Phoomphanmuang took over his job from Police Colonel Supatee, who resumes his role as the Deputy Commander of Chonburi Provincial Police. Banglamung and Nongprue Police stations got new superintendents too: Police Colonel Chonapat, former Deputy Chief of Pattaya Police Station, is the new chief of Banglamung Police Station. Police Colonel Pramot is the new head of Nongprue Police. He was the Deputy Chief of Banglamung Police Station. Both men obviously know the areas and their clients very well...
A Bunch of Gangsters?
Pattaya Daily News reports that a lawer accuses a Deputy Police Inspector and 10 of his men of kidnapping and extorting approximately 2 million Baht each time from foreigners. Please click here to read the report. On January 15th Bangkok Post published a more detailed and accurate report about the case. On January 19th Bangkok Post reports that transnational gangs are operating on Thai soil with the help of rogue law-enforcement officers.
Russian Tourist attacked
Russian Tourist got attacked by a street vendor for not buying a counterfeit Watch. Please click here to read the report published by Khaosod English.
Police without Helmet
Don't complain if you spot a Policeman driving his motorcycle without wearing a helmet. It's not worth. He simply has nothing to protect...
Drink but don't drive
On the last day of the year the Royal Gazette published a new law. It prohibits driving under the influence of alcohol and other drugs. Moreover, if a driver refuses to take a breathalyser and/or a walk-and-turn test he can be detained and/or charged with driving under the influence. The penalty for refusing to take the test(s) is a jail term of up to one year and a fine of 10'000 to 20'000 Baht or both. Under the old law, a driver who refused to take a test would be fined up to 1'000 Baht only. If a driver agrees to take the test(s) and is found drunk, the penalty is a jail term of up to one year and a fine from 5'000 to 20'000 Baht. Be warned: The new law took effect instantaneously on December 31st, 2014.
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The Military Junta ordered Thailand to be Happy. We are supporting the order:
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Pattaya News Flash January 2015 - The Source
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Pattaya welcomed the New Year with a lot of noise, some happy people...
a lot of food...
and a beautiful firework on Bali Hai Port. But Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Khunplome's not functional Parkhouse and the controversial Waterfront eyesore severely impaired the sight on the event.
Walking Street was full of artificial snow, colored strings and their spray cans.
Update (January 18th, 2015): At about 20:00 Pattaya City Hall removed the remaining Baywatch Towers on Jomtien's Beach too. All Corpus Delicti are now removed secretly...
During June 2013 the Professionals from Nong Nooch Garden started the construction of Pattaya's new Beach Promenade. During December 2014 and January 2015 part of their work already sagged...
According to Chonburi's Surachai Chaitrakulthong, a former Senator, Thailand's plus is the availability of a skilled work force...
The sponger doesn't know what he is speaking about. Thailand's problem is that workers have no skills, Thailand's former Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong said on Wednesday July 4th 2012.
Parts of Pattaya's Beach are now without Pattaya's unscrupulous vendors of sun loungers and parasols. Some people like the regulation, some not. Fact is that Pattaya's sun is strong enough to provide some unhealthy sunburn. Pattaya's clever doctors are already considering to open Sunburn Clinics along Pattaya's Beach... We are convinced that this clinics will be a lot more expensive than the few Bahts the vendors asked for using their furniture. But who knows, perhaps the doctors already signed some contracts with Pattaya's Officials - or Thailand's Military which already cleared the Beaches in Phuket, Hua Hin and other destinations. PS.: We made the picture published above on Tuesday, January 13th at about 12:15. On January 15th Pattaya One and Pattaya Daily News report that the deckchair operators Day-Off is on Wednesday...
Pattaya Beach partly without sunloungers and parasols: Thursday, January 15th at 16:50
The Way Chonburi wastes the Taxpayers' Money
On January 8th, 2014, Chonburi's Province Governor officially opened 17 pick-up and drop-off zones for Baht Busses along Pattaya's Beach Road. Chonburi's lovely Governor claimed that any Baht Bus who stops outside of a parking area will be fined and clamped! Nobody, perhaps with the exception of Chonburi's Governor and 28 private network organisations, ever wanted this Bus Stops, not the Baht Bus Cooperation or Pattaya's Baht Bus Drivers, not Pattaya's Police and not Pattaya's Tourists. Nevertheless, the Bus Stops are still here, mostly unused - and they block urgently need parking areas. Let's hope that at least the initiators could fill up their pockets...
Pedestrian Lights on Beach Road
S.O.S on Walking Street
Poised to continue
Motorcycle Mafia is back in Town
During July 2014 Capt. Sittichai Chamsawat of the 14th Military Circle in Chonburi announced that motorbike taxis will have to adhere to the existing, but currently ignored, Land Transport Department fare regulations. The regulation says that rides of two kilometers or less should not exceed 25 Baht. The third through fifth kilometer adds only 5 Baht each to the fare. Capt. Sittichai Chamsawat said distances of more than five kilometers would remain negotiable. The military urged the Taxi Drivers to publish their fares on Billboards at the Taxi ranks. In the meantime the pricelists disappeared and the Taxi Drivers reintroduced the former higher fares. The cleanup by the Military Junta was public relations only - nothing else.
Poised to continue
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20 Years without Water
About 250 Houses at the wellknown Pattaya Land and House village, according to advertisements a great place to live, are without water since 20 years. Pattaya's lazy Officials from the Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) are promising and promising but don't do anything! Pattaya's Officials and the City's Real Estate Agents are destroying Pattaya's image in this world.
Please click here and read the report published by Pattaya Daily News
Unfortunately poised to continue
The calcium contained in your daily glas of milk strengthens your bones. That's what the advertisements tell you almost daily. It's a lie - a myth passed down for decades. Researchers from Harvard Medical School in Boston showed that milk despite their high calcium content does not contribute to bone density. On the contrary, milk may actually increase the risk of bone fractures and triggers osteoporosis. Milk acidifies your body. To neutralize the acids your body needs minerals and it draws them from your bones and teeth. The human body is not designed to milk consumption. To digest the milk sugar, the body needs the lactase enzyme, but after an age of approximately five your body doesn't produce lactase anymore - simply because it doesn't need milk anymore. Drinking milk after an age of five is a threat on your life!
Unfortunately poised to continue
You can't detox your body!
It's a myth supported by dubious doctors and their clinics.
In medical terms detoxing your body is a nonsense. Diet and exercise is the only way to get healthy. Clinics in Pattaya providing Detox treatments to clean your body are nothing else then scammers. Don't trust them. Please click here and read the report published by The Guardian
Up to you - up to me
Pattaya welcomes back Backpackers & Cheap Charlies...
Asia Backpackers is located in a new builduing in the center of Pattaya's Night Life on Soi Buakhaow. The venue runs a small bar as well as a restaurant and rents out battery operated vehicles as well as bicycles.
Jomtien Hostel, as its name suggests, is located in Jomtien, a few hundert meters only from the beach, on Soi Somprasong Plaza. In many publications it is described as Pattaya's, and/or Jomtien's, best hostel.
Typical Backpacker Rooms.
Some Hostels are providing ordinary hotel rooms,
but toilets and showerrooms usually have to be shared.
Choose an Apple before Bed
The Apple Bar replaces the closed Aussie Bar in front of Jomtien's successful Romhpo Bar Complex. Remember: An Apple a day keeps the Doctor away - but not the Funny Things in our Lifes.
Beach Resort Jomtien
Is this your Beach Resort in your dream?. The shoeboxes (as people in Singapore are calling appartments up to about 35 sqm) in this buildings cost up to 2.9 million Baht.
About 500 meters behind the buildings the nature looks still intact and reminds me of my time in the Southern Part of France, the Camargue. Nevertheless, to get nice photos from that area we first had to remove the plastics.
Poised to continue
Like Monkeys in the Zoo
A few weeks ago Tony's Group opened a fitness club just in front of Soi Photisarn, a few 100 meters only from Bangkok Hospital Pattaya. myLady™ likes to stop and look almost daily when she pass by. I like to look, she told me, its funny, it looks like monkeys in the zoo. A sarcastic woman...
Poised to continue
Dave left Soi 7
Dave Club, the only Gay Pub in Soi 7 left the area. Let's hope Dave remains in Nirvana and doesn't have a comeback.
Europe in Pattaya
On Thappraya Road, on its Jomtien side and a few meters only from the traffic lights, a small European style village is greeting Pattaya's visitors. Most of the houses are unoccupied and on the block.
But one building, located on Soi 12 off Thappraya Road, is housing an interesting business: Escape Hunt, a live escape game.
Work is on the way to kock down Soi Buakhaow's Bar Complex located behind the Flandria Restaurant at the junction Soi Buakhaow/Soi Jirapol. More than 10 years ago the site in front of the bars should get a Pattaya City Resort, announced as Pattaya's largest and highest Condominium.
Cheap Charlies are lining up
Thai Steak outlet Santa Fé opened a branch at Pattaya's CentralFestival. During the first few weeks the venue sells its menue with a discount of 50%. Customer, mostly from Russia, are lining up and are waiting until they can get an empty table - as in good old Russia...
All New Marine Plaza: Across from the former New York A Go-Go Bar the Saengchan Kitchen opened a Lifestyle Restaurant..
Poised to continue
Chaos on Soi LK Metro
Chaos A Go-Go is announced to open on Soi LK Mertro during February 2015. The Club's Manager promises to present Hot Girls but low prices and says he will work without DJ(s) and/or Mamasan(s)* - same concept as a Budget Airliner? * Perhaps even without room(s). The address he mentioned is still occupied by a working hairdresser...
Poised to continue
Just across of the ailing Soho Square and to the left of the Russian Cabaret with the French inspired name Crazy Horse a new venue opened serving Italian Coffee (in Italy known as caffè) and Frozen Yogurt.
Rhino is back in Town
Rhino, Walking Street's failed A Go-Go Club, reopened on January 18th not as a restaurant as announced on this page but as a Coyote Club.
Good things come to those who wait...
Skyfall, Pattaya's latest A Go-Go Club, opened on January 12th, 2015. It provides a beautiful curved stage for its dancers and a lot of space for Pattaya's revelers. The club was announced to open on December 20th, 2014, but it didn't happen. Thailand's professionals don't work faster than necessary. They know that even Rome wasn't built in a day.
The Arena Cafe & Resturant replaced its misspelled sign. It's now an ordinary Arena Cafe & Restaurant across from Walking Street's new Fever Discotheque.
New Café outlet
Any Time Café opened at Bali Hai's entry to Walking Street and adds a distinct look to the otherwise crowded place dominated by City Hall's still not working Automatic Parking House.
Russian Ice Cream Outlet closed
Banana, the Russian Ice Cream & Spirits Outlet across from Walking Street's Soho Square closed. Not the last victim of the missing tourists from Russia.
Poised to continue
Wheelchair Path still blocked!
On Soi Phaniatchang, also known as Soi Yume or Soi Carrefour, City Hall spent 3 million Baht for a wheelchair path. Pattaya's large-hearted road users are happy to block the path with their vehicles and say thank you for the new parking lane. It seems that nobody takes care of the about 850 students from the Soi's Redemptorist Vocational School - not even our lazy police. They close the eyes.
PS: On July 28th Officials from City Hall inspected the area. They discovered that people drive their vehicles to fast in this small Soi and (as documented on this website since June 2014) are parking cars and motorcycles on the wheelchair way. Pattaya's Officials urge the people not to be selfish...
And that's the result of City Hall's 3 million Baht investment...
Update: On October 21st Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronnakit Aegasing paid a visit to the area and saw himself that irresponsible people are obstructing the stretch. Therefore the lovely Deputy Mayor arranged a meeting for October 24th to discuss the matter...
Update: On October 25th Mr.Rattanachai Sutthidechanai, President of Pattaya Tourism and the City's Tourism Association, as well as Police Officers inspected the wheelchair way on Soi Phaniatchang.
Nothing than empty words from Pattaya's Officials!
Obviously the 3 million Baht weren't spend to help the Handicapped, but to fill up someone's pocket...
Never invest in an unfinished property in Thailand
Pattaya High-Tech: We wash by hand - but touchless.
SN Plus Hotel 3rd Road
HomePro Sukhumvit Road
MAX Muay Thai Stadium
Welcome Town Central Rd.
The Cave LK Metro
WannaDo LK Metro
Crazy Beer Bar Walking St.
Endorphin Walking Street
Tiger A Go-Go Walking St.
Leo Blus Bar Naklua
Rhino A Go-Go Walking St.
Pattaya Countdown 7-Day Beach Market along Pattaya's Promenade and Thai Pop on Bali Hai.
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Thailand's Military Junta has authorised internet providers in Thailand to shut down any websites with content that threatens the national security or violates Section 112 (also known as lese majeste) "in 30 seconds" without seeking approval from any authority.
The move is seen in response to a lack of cooperation by foreign media companies in removing content the Thai government finds offensive. For example, 2014 Google did not remove any content requested by Thailand's Military Junta.
Disco's in Pattaya
Tasty and Affordable
Koh Samet Oil Disaster
City Hall's Efficiency
USA control Europe
Turmoil in Thailand
Junta reigns Thailand
Beach Promenade: Paloma's Destruction
Beach Destruction I
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Wikipedia about Pattaya
On Soi Honey you can discover a lot of beautiful faces. Accidentally most of them are attached to modified bodies...
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The Godfather's Story
Military Junta Leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha pushed back general election promised for late 2015, saying that election must come with a new constitution and eleven reform areas. Therefore he can stretch election into 2016 or 2017... The Dictator and his wife have declared a joint worth of 128 million Baht in assets and 654'745 Baht in debt. He said he could not remember the details, but all of the items could be examined and verified. I can justify my personal wealth, he claims. On May 9th, 2013, the General sold nine plots of land totalling 50 rai located in Bangkok's Bang Bon district to 69 Property Co Ltd. The company has a British Virgin Islands address, was registered just 7 days before the deal and belongs to Thailand's liquor and property billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi. When Thaksin Shinawatra sold his AIS to Temasek Holdings, a company owned by the Government of Singapore, the very same Bangkok Elite called the deal a foulplay... Selling assets to a foreign company is a legal way for Thai citizens to avoid paying taxes, but it seems it is a big difference if a member of Bangkok's Elite does the deal or a newcomer from Chiang Mai. The Junta Leader ordered the media not publishing news about Thailand's former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Dictator Prayuth Chan-ocha claims that Thaksin Shinawatra violated Thailand's law.
Be aware of the NSA
The National Security Agency has built a network that can access as much as 75% of all U.S. Web traffic. With the help of Great Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), they control whole of Europe too.
Disolve the European Union! It's nothing else than a gigantic Mafia Organisation wasting the Taxpayers money.
The bureaucrats in the European Union are supporting Monsanto, Dupont, Syngenta, Bayer Crop Science and KWS and endanger with their regulations the biodiversity of our foods, plants and animals. Stop these idiots, before it's too late! Disolve the
Global Warming: It's a Myth! Nature isn't predictable
1968 scientists predicted the comeback of the Ice-Time. What they will tell you tomorrow?
We do not ignore 'Climat Change', but we know that this planet faces 'Climate Changes' since millions of years - some even a lot more dramatic than today and without the help of humans. Todays 'Climat Change' is nothing else than a very lucrative business idea.
The United Nations Environment Programme (Unep) claims:
Global Warming could cost almost three times as much as thought... The CO2 emissions tax doesn't reduce any CO2 emission, its just another way to extort money from the taxpayers. The United Nations as well as the European Union are some of the world's most useless organisations.
Milk the Cow before somebody else does it!
Avoid Electric Vehicles
Electric Vehicles use batteries and batteries are not only a threat to our planet during manufacturing, the 'Recycling' of batteries is still an unsolved problem in most countries.
Don't use Solar Cells
Solar Cells are a threat to our planet: The higher the efficiency of a Solar Cell the more Cadmium it contains.
Cadmium is banned from most products in almost all countries, but it can be used without restrictions in Solar Cells. Who controls the 'Recycling' of Solar Cells?
Never forget Chernobyl, Hiroshima, Nagasaki & Fukushima!
Never use a technology you do not master 100%!
Never forget: It's not your Face and not your Body that makes you sexy. It's your MONEY!
This World's smallest Windows PC
Hannspree has squeezed an Intel quad-core Atom based PC running on Microsoft Windows 8.1 into a stick. Built into the stick are a 1.83GHz quad-core Atom, 2Gbyte RAM, 32Gbyte eMMC flash, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, a Micro USB port, a USB2.0 port, and a Micro SD card reader. The Micro SD slot officially supports up to 64Gbyte of additional storage but has been successfully tested with up to 128Gbyte.
No Recovery with Windows 10
During the third quarter of this year Microsoft will launch Windows 10 and Intel its 14nm-based Skylake CPUs. Microsoft as well as Intel believe that their new products will revitalize the PC market, but the world's leading manufacturers are conservative about the new Wintel combination's ability to stimulate the replacement of PCs. They expect their shipments for notebooks in 2015 to remain at around the same level as in 2014.
No Bargains in Thailand
Don't expect any bargains in electronic goods in Thailand. As an example: Sony's digital Camera DSC W830 costs between 3'990 Baht at Pattaya's CentralFestival and 4'990 Baht (!) at South Pattaya's Tukcom Shopping Center. In most countries the very same camera costs about US$ 100 (including VAT). Amazon.com currently sells the camera at US$88 (excluding VAT).
Do you know the World's TOP 10 TV Manufacturers?
The world's largest TV manufacturers are: Samsung (20.8%)
LG Electronics (14%)
The statistic shows the global market share held by LCD TV manufacturers in 2013. Numbers for 2014 will be available later this year but it is expected that manufacturers from Japan will lose market shares again. Perhaps Vizio will enter the TOP 10. PS.: Wikipedia ranks Panasonic as #4, far away from reality.
The #3 Smartphone Vendor
Xiaomi, three years ago a nobody in the business, has become the world's third-largest smartphone vendor, after Samsung and Apple. In China Xiaomi is the No. 1. The company sells more phones than Samsung or Apple. Today Xiaomi is worth nearly three times the market capitalization of Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No. 1 PC maker. Even more interesing: Xiaomi has no factories, no physical retail stores and no inventory. Xiaomi only sells on the Internet, with no third-party distribution - but Xiaomi designs and sells high quality products at reasonable prices.
15.6-inch Google Chromebooks under US$300
Acer as well as Dell will launch Chromebooks featuring 15.6-inch displays during the first half of 2015. The laptops from both vendors will use Google's Chrome Operating System and Intel's new Broadwell-U processors, which are fully comparable to Intel's Core i3 CPUs. Microsoft is planning to start a new Windows 8.1 with Bing project in February 2015 to push US$249 notebooks but the new Chromebooks will hurt Microsoft's Windows 8.1 with Bing in the inexpensive notebook market once again.
All Disco Clubs
No progress on Jet Ski saga: Pattaya City Hall still doesn't do anything to stop the scam! All the announcements made during last year were City Hall Blah-Blah only... As long as Jet Ski vendors - respectively their victims - fill up our officials' pockets nothing will happen!
January 10th, 2015:
The boats are overloaded, don't provide lifevests for all passengers, are badly maintaited and aren't covered by adequate insurance policies. Pattaya's lazy and allegedly corrupt Officials promised to check owners, personnel and boats regularly, but they don't.
According to Pattaya Police, it is common in this resort that foreign tourists get drugged and robbed in their hotel rooms, apartments or houses by prostitutes or ladyboys.
Ladyboy Pick-Pocket Gangs are working almost daily on Pattaya's Beach Promenade!
Never wear Gold in Pattaya!
Between 30 to 50 snatching valuables cases are reported to Pattaya's Police every single month.
Never wear Gold in Pattaya!
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myLady™'s Television channel reports
Pope Francis arrived in the Philippines.
myLady™ asks: Why men always like travel to the Philippines?
myLady™'s Television channel reports that on January 17th, 2015, Pope Francis was forced to flee a fierce storm in the Philippines.
myLady™ asks: Who sent the storm, God or Devil(s)?
myLady™ asks: If God created the Universe, our Planet and its Population, who created God?
Think upside down and you will get the answer: An Individual with the intend to manipulate people created God.
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