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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Mot le Ven 31 Aoû - 18:36

Trés fort :

"carrying counterfeit products into the Kingdom is a violation of Thai copyright law and subject to punishment."

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/580943-airline-passengers-flying-into-thailand-to-get-fake-goods-warning/
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Message par jackychon le Ven 31 Aoû - 20:06

le classique thai :driver fled the scene
http://www.lefigaro.fr/international/2012/08/31/01003-20120831ARTFIG00413-l-enquete-sur-la-mort-d-un-francais-en-thailande-pietine.php

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Message par Mot le Sam 1 Sep - 17:37

Quebec sisters died in Thailand from drinking DEET

"Though the chemical is a potentially neurotoxic mosquito repellent, it
is used as an ingredient in a euphoria-inducing cocktail that is popular
among youth in Thailand. The drink contains cough syrup, Coke, DEET and
ground up kratom leaves, which are a mild narcotic indigenous to
Thailand."
??
http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2012/08/31/montreal-sisters-die-thailand-insecticide.html
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Message par Diarrhea le Sam 1 Sep - 20:22

Je connaissais le kratom, mais par contre les anti moustique dans le cocktail ?? Shocked
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Message par Diarrhea le Mer 5 Sep - 11:03

A hospital doctor in Amnat Charoen province was fined 1,000 THB by
police for hiding a mini-camera in the ladies restroom. A nurse found
the camera and gave it to police. The doctor agreed to undergo treatment
and was transferred to another hospital.


http://www.pattayadailynews.com/en/2012/09/04/creepy-doctor-films-nurses-using-toilet/
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Message par jackychon le Sam 8 Sep - 16:27

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/582324-drainage-capacity-three-times-higher-than-last-year-in-west-bangkok-flood-test/

les water pushing machines vont sauver bangkok. cte grosse rigolade . on se marre bien ds ce pays kan meme

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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Mot le Mar 18 Sep - 20:59

+2 mais au Vietnam:

N) -- This is all we know for sure:
Kari Bowerman, 27, and
Cathy Huynh, 26, were backpacking in Vietnam while on break from their
jobs teaching English in South Korea.

On July 30, the friends
were admitted to Khanh Hoa General Hospital in Nha Trang. Both were
vomiting, had difficulty breathing and showed signs of severe
dehydration.

Huynh was eventually
released from the hospital. She returned later that night to hear the
devastating news -- three hours after being admitted, Bowerman had gone
into respiratory failure and died.

Two days later, Huynh was dead.

What we don't know for sure is what triggered their deaths.

The travelers' stories
are just the latest in a string of mysterious tourist deaths in
Southeast Asia. Investigators with the World Health Organization suspect
poisoning is to blame, but determining the origin has proven difficult.
Meanwhile, friends and family are desperate for answers.

"It's been a nightmare
trying to get information," Bowerman's sister Jennifer Jaques said. "No
hospital reports. No police report. No nothing. Whatever happened to her
we need to make sure doesn't happen to somebody else."

Not yet determined

Almost immediately, international media reports began linking the deaths to an incident in Thailand in June in which two Canadian sisters died.

A hotel maid found Noemi
and Audrey Belanger, 25 and 20, in their room on Phi Phi Island more
than 12 hours after their deaths. The sisters were covered in vomit, according to CBC News.

In February 2011, New
Zealand resident Sarah Carter, 23, died in Chiang Mai, Thailand, after
arriving at a local hospital with low blood pressure, difficulty
breathing and dehydration from vomiting, according to the New Zealand television network TV3.

In the Downtown Inn where Carter had stayed, the Bangkok Post says three other visitors -- a Thai tour guide and an elderly British couple -- died between January and May 2011.






Kari Bowerman grew up in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, before going to college in Winona, Minnesota.

Other media reports linked Bowerman's and Huynh's deaths to the 2009 deaths of Jill St. Onge and Julie Bergheim, who had similar symptoms in adjacent rooms at the Laleena Guesthouse on the island of Phi Phi. (The hotel has since changed its name).

Speculation on the cause arose with each death -- ranging from alcohol poisoning to something the victims ate.

As Bowerman's relatives
read story after story, they realized they weren't the only family
frustrated and confused. The cause of death in every case was eerily
similar to the one written on Kari's death report: "not yet determined."

Global citizens

Ashley Bowerman says it
was "heartbreaking" to unzip her sister's backpack. Inside was a big map
of Vietnam, a book about the history of the region and a list of
historical sites she wanted to visit.

Her belongings had been
returned home to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, where the girls grew up.
Fundraisers helped offset the more than $10,000 it cost the family to
repatriate her cremated body.

Ashley is still in shock. Kari -- beautiful, adventurous, full-of-life Kari -- is dead.

Born just a year and 10 days apart, the sisters talked every day, even when Kari was halfway around the world.

"She was the funniest
person I know," Ashley said. "She always made me laugh. She never wasted
a day ... every weekend she was doing something exciting."

Both Bowerman and Huynh
were experienced travelers. Bowerman had applied for the teaching abroad
program after graduating from Winona State University in Minnesota. She
had already taught for two years in South Korea when the school asked
her to come back for a second stint.

"Those kids adored her," Jennifer Jaques said.

Huynh, originally from
Hamilton, Ontario, had vacationed in China, Cuba and the United States,
her high school friend Jetty Ly told CNN.

Both women had been to
Vietnam before and Huynh spoke the language. Among the belongings
returned to Huynh's family was detailed information about the Canadian
Embassy and emergency contact numbers.

"I encouraged her to
follow her dreams, go where her heart wants to go," Ly said. "I wanted
to live vicariously through her adventures. But not like this."

When Bowerman's friend Jason Von Seth posted about her death on Facebook, e-mails started flooding in.

A frequent traveler
himself, Von Seth had a large network of international acquaintances
whom had never heard about this series of mysterious deaths and
expressed concern.






Kari Bowerman shares a laugh with one of her students in Seoul, South Korea.

He launched a Facebook page last week called Protected Travels.
He said he hopes the site will become a community of global citizens
who are eager to educate others on the challenges facing travelers
abroad.

Five ways to stay healthy while traveling abroad

At the top of the Facebook page is a collection of photos of those who have died in circumstances similar to Huynh and Bowerman.

"All these girls, you
see their faces," Von Seth said. "(They're) all young, 20-somethings
that just wanted to have a life-changing experience."

Seeking answers

In 2011, TV3 traveled to Chiang Mai,
Thailand, to search for evidence in the Sarah Carter case. Show
producers spoke with Dr. Ron McDowall, a United Nations toxic chemical
consultant, who had reviewed Carter's pathology reports and believed she
died of pesticide ingestion.

The swabs collected by TV3 in the Downtown Inn showed moderate levels of chlorpyrifos, McDowall told CNN in an email last week.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, chlorpyrifos can cause nausea, dizziness, confusion and, in high levels, respiratory paralysis and death.

The chemical is banned
for use in homes and hotels in most countries, McDowall said. Yet it's
still legal in Thailand and Vietnam, he said, and was included in the
pesticide sprayed in the Downtown Inn.

"The level of
(chlorpyrifos) in this product is quite low and should not normally
cause a problem. However, in my work we have found many sprayer
companies 'top up' the level of (chlorpyrifos) when they are battling
bedbugs in Asia."

Evidence for the
insecticide theory is mounting. Thai police recently announced they
found traces of the insect repellent DEET in the Belanger sisters'
bodies, according CBC. Investigators believe the DEET was added as an ingredient to a popular cocktail served on the island.

The Downtown Inn was
torn down this summer after the Thailand Disease Control Department
concluded three of the deaths were "probably connected to the use of
pesticides," according to the Bangkok Post.

The problem is that
chemical poisoning is very hard to verify, McDowall says. Chlorpyrifos'
half-life -- or the amount of time that passes before half of the
original amount disappears -- in humans is about one day.

Vietnamese authorities
have released very little information about the cause of death for
Bowerman and Huynh. Investigators might know more when autopsy results
come back in a couple of weeks.

But for the survivors,
just knowing the answer isn't good enough anymore. They are determined
to raise awareness and are searching for the next step, whether that's
better education, tougher insecticide regulation or banning these
chemicals outright.

"Cathy could have been
alive today," said Ly. "I feel like if we can at least let the world
know that this is happening ... maybe when a parent's daughter (or) son
tells them that they are backpacking in South Asia, it will not be the
last goodbye."


http://edition.cnn.com/2012/09/13/health/mysterious-tourist-deaths-asia/index.html?hpt=hp_c1
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par jackychon le Mer 19 Sep - 2:06

ildoit vraimet se faire chier le motte en fr faut baizer mon gars

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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Mot le Mer 19 Sep - 2:45

100% exact jacquette, bcp de temps libre mais pas assez de $, les vacances tuent les vacances...
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Diarrhea le Mer 19 Sep - 12:01

Genre papy avec tes sites sur Hervé Pignon qui eleve des furets soyeux a Srisaket et Jean Claude qui monte sa baraque en bois de cocotier a Buriram, t as de plus saines lectures
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par jackychon le Mer 19 Sep - 18:35

en ce moment je lis comment engrosser une chita et vivre heureux

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Re: News en Vrac

Message par jackychon le Mer 19 Sep - 18:36

http://www.pattaya103.com/rain-rain-go-away-pattaya-is-here-to-stay/

la zik pour momo



chonchon power

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Re: News en Vrac

Message par jackychon le Sam 22 Sep - 18:12

http://www.pattaya103.com/expat-killers-paid-by-thai-wife/

pan t'est mort

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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Diarrhea le Lun 24 Sep - 13:06

Il est bon lui Shocked

sinon un toubib des flics qui enterre des machabees dans son jardin trinkil ?

Les forces de l’ordre ont arrêté samedi soir le médecin Supat
Laohawattana, docteur à l’hôpital général de police et ayant le grade de
colonel de police, soupçonné d’être à l’origine de quatre meurtres.
Selon le Bangkok Post, trois squelettes ont été retrouvés entre
jeudi et samedi dans le jardin de sa maison située dans la province de
Phetchaburi, à l’ouest de Bangkok. D’après un Birman nommé Kala, employé
par Supat depuis 18 ans, il s’agirait des restes des corps d’un couple
de Thaïlandais disparus en 2009 alors qu'ils travaillaient à la récolte
des fruits dans le verger du docteur, et d’un autre employé birman qui
aurait été forcé à avaler de l’insecticide par Supat il y a deux ans.
Kala aurait également indiqué à la police que le médecin l'avait torturé
et obligé à enterrer des corps, et que l'interpellé aurait tué par
balle une quatrième personne. Une cinquantaine d’armes de poing et de
fusils ont également été trouvés lors de la perquisition menée au
domicile du suspect.
Le docteur, âgé de 57 ans, arrêté dans un
resort de la plage de Puk Tian à une vingtaine de kilomètres de Cha-am
où il se cachait, s’est dit innocent et a indiqué qu’il ne parlerait que
devant la justice. La police est toujours à la recherche d’une
Thaïlandaise, gardienne du verger, qui aurait un lien avec la mort des
deux époux. Ces deux décès seraient intervenus après une dispute entre
le docteur et le couple.


http://www.lepetitjournal.com/bangkok/actu-en-bref-bangkok/122792-fait-divers-3-squelettes-retrouves-dans-le-jardin-dun-medecin-haut-grade.html
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Diarrhea le Lun 24 Sep - 15:36

Sans oublier le classique du moinus qui deal du yaba

http://www.pattayaone.net/pattaya-news/62856/monks-accused-drug-dealing-caught-sattahip/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PattayaOneNews+%28Pattaya+One+News%29&utm_content=FaceBook
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Mot le Lun 24 Sep - 17:26

Et celle du blanchiment de la chatte?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/sep/23/thailand-vaginal-whitening-wash

J'aime bien la fin...
The male market is yet to be fully tapped, said Ohl, who added that
future variants of Lactacyd White Intimate would be formulated to
include anti-ageing properties, "so you can keep intimate parts fresh
and young" as well.
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Message par ST PIERRE le Lun 24 Sep - 22:11

http://www.lepetitjournal.com/societe/actu-societe/122783-un-thailandais-sur-cinq-souffre-de-troubles-mentaux.html

meme eux ils le disent
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Diarrhea le Mar 25 Sep - 9:48

On les aime comme ca

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Message par mescouilles le Mar 25 Sep - 21:10

ST PIERRE a écrit:http://www.lepetitjournal.com/societe/actu-societe/122783-un-thailandais-sur-cinq-souffre-de-troubles-mentaux.html

meme eux ils le disent



mettons en perspective les petits problèmes de nos amis face de citron. Nous on est à 1 sur 3

http://blog.santelog.com/2011/09/05/troubles-mentaux-leurope-face-a-son-mal-du-siecle-european-college-of-neuropsychopharmacology/

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Message par Mot le Mer 3 Oct - 21:08

"We did not question the man
since he does not live in Thailand, and the two sisters’ relatives
requested that we did not question him after seeing the CCTV records,”
Col Jongrak said"

http://www.phuketgazette.net/archives/articles/2012/article18071.html
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Re: News en Vrac

Message par Diarrhea le Mer 3 Oct - 23:10

Putain, ca canne sec niveau farang en ce moment..

Un sud africain balle dans la bouche pour une histoire de Q a Saraburi, 2 gazelle fauchées par un tacos sur Sathorn, une israelienne violée a la full choune party..
Flemme de mettre les liens, vous vous en branlez de toute facon
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