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  1. Thanks. I had a friend who wanted to bring me there and then cancelled as he said the bottom fell out on the place... I will surely give it a go...
  2. It was sort of an inside joke as he had insulted Americans... personally I think you guys should send over a stadium full of hooligans and take the colony back...
  3. I live too far away for delivery... and it is really not worth a special trip - but thanks for nailing the obvious...
  4. As far as I know, there is no way around it... joint accounts are not accepted. I tried that once but many years ago. That said, it is better to have a bank account here than in the home country because probate will go quicker.
  5. disappears like cotton candy? Wow.. I never tried Duke's pizza, too many other choices there... I am actually ok w/an english muffin covered in Gouda cheese and some spaghetti sauce... but sometimes I want something closer to a good NYC slice... Mad Dog is ok - but I am hoping for better or best even...
  6. Was wondering about that one but apparently they don't open until after 4 pm and I am usually home by then...
  7. I did not have my will presented at an amphor. I left it in the lawyers office. No health certificate needed. Is there a reason they think you are crazy? And no doc will certify that you are not? I used to get medical certificates for 20 baht.. no examination.. now it is 50 baht...
  8. nothing - if he is alive and wants to change his will at any time for any reason, he can do that as he probably can in any country... including your beloved land of fish and chips and football hooligans... New wills are made and changed all the time.
  9. I find some places decent, but where do you go for the best? not concerned about price or value - just the best... cheesy w/good sauce..
  10. I have seen 3 wheel motorcycles with a back seat for about 40,000 baht... yesterday I saw a really tiny car type thing... not sure it also was not a modified motocyyy...
  11. That's called keeping busy - [so that you don't have to think about other things in life that might be more important or upsetting - like whether or not you are happy??]
  12. if that is what makes you happier, maybe spring for an agent... they fill in all the forms etc... no endless writing my address and passport info etc... I have to get the bank letter but that just means sitting in the bank for a while doing nothing... one time I just went to the agents office, signed my name as they flipped the pages, they drove me to Immigration where my photo was taken and 5 minutes later was back in the car going back to the agents office... they also send me an email notification when 90 day is coming due etc etc.. Yes, I can do it my
  13. West Village, I lived on Carmine Street for a couple of years... amazing experience. I was offered an in but didn't take it... I remember during the big blackout, was it '76? There were reports of mobs looting. Someone came by my store and told me not to worry. They told the cops to stay away from our street so that the 'boys' will take care of keeping us safe...
  14. Ok. That's NY slang right? I lived on an ethnic street in NYC - one guy got greased - - but he sure deserved it...
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