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  1. Have you considered transitioning? https://nypost.com/2021/09/11/transgender-fighter-alana-mclaughlin-wins-mma-debut/
  2. The reason is because a (front engine) car with front end damage (vs rear) is more likely to be deemed a total loss by the insurance company and subsequently sent to the salvage yard. If it was hit in the rear, the repairs will be much less expensive and fewer potential headaches/hidden damage etc.
  3. Must be a British thing. It’s different in America. https://www.victoriaadvocate.com/make-and-break-five-auto-brands-with-the-most-car-accidents-2021/article_07e1ab9e-13d5-5e14-9600-5b3d823db809.html The car brand with the lowest accident rate. This may come as a surprise: of all car makes, Porsche is the brand with the lowest rate of accidents. In fact, just 8.62 out of every 100 Porsche drivers have an at-fault accident on their record. That means Porsche motorists cause accidents 22 percent less often than the average United States driver. Even the Porsche model with the highest rate of accidents, the Porsche Boxster ( 9.89 per 100 drivers), still has a rate 10 percent lower than average.
  4. I’ve ridden (125cc motorbike), driven (sports car), and also taken a minivan on the CM to Pai Road and as you say…too many uncomfortable moments with oncoming drivers. What could have been a fun ride/drive was more of a white knuckler. In my opinion, there is no safe way to travel that road. I felt the least afraid on the motorbike as I could just putt along slowly and stay far to the side of the road. If I were to go to Pai again, I’d probably come in the back way from Maehongson.
  5. Make the forum “pay 4 play” ฿50 per topic started ฿5 per comment Hopefully, it might prevent 1. Irrelevant off topic one line quips 2. People constantly policing others for spelling/grammar/opinions 3. People beating a dead horse in debates. 4. Asking stupid questions that are far more easily googled.
  6. Scare off? Can we take bets on “Bot or not?” 😁
  7. Bangkok Beef Facebook group. Send Greg Lange a message with your order. He’s the beef kingpin for sure. You will laugh at all the other offerings after seeing his beef and prices. here’s the current list of beef. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qgQecYDx6Ufjy4r5PDdA0s3O1B8relJx/view?fbclid=IwAR3dLntJSYCWRHWTQS1VbZYg5yjwl8Ty4OsPULrU-xlJH-0OVzxwbcyGe8c
  8. Not sure why everybody rags on Bignoks threads. Most of what he says is rather deep. Just have to be able to read between the lines. Simpletons and midwits won’t get it. Not sure if one needs to reach a state of boredom in order to reflect. People who get bored are people who need to be entertained. Sometimes it’s good to keep busy. Sometimes it’s good to enjoy the bliss of not having to do anything.
  9. What was the diagnosis? Do you have a sinus infection? I would assume so as you mention pain above the eyes (you don’t say exactly where so I can’t determine if ethmoid or frontal. What did the scopes show? Were they those old metal ones or the modern fiber optic endoscopes? Did you have a ct scan or mri done? Antibiotics and “sprays”…..what kind of sprays? Am I correct in assuming fluticasone etc rather than oxymetazoline? I’ve been through the ENT merry-go-round more than once and rather than looking for the root cause and addressing that, I placed too much faith in ENTs. 2 surgeries later, I now have empty nose syndrome. Go see a functional practitioner before any kind of surgery. They might seem “hokey” for those who only know allopathic medicine (which definitely has its time and place), but they will work with you to figure out the why. Then, you can work on that. As far as different sprays etc. nothing has been mentioned above that I haven’t already tried. There are many other options both spray and rinse. I prefer rinsing with a Neil-med type bottle as sprays don’t get into the sinuses well enough. They (sprays) are ok for management if you have chronic issues or if you feel something coming on, but at the later stage (full blown infection) it’ll feel like it’s helping but any improvement will fizzle out. One thing to address, if it is an infection and has been going on for some time, is biofilms.
  10. I post facts which I back up. You post spin and obfuscation just like you have done under all your other prior screen names which you either ditched after being called out so many times….or were banned. You can feel free to put me on ignore….you always threatened that in the past. But for some reason….you never do. Replies on a notecard please.
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