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‘Winter Is Coming’ – Thailand’s cold season to begin next week


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Global warming seems to be making us colder!  

Good. I must get my long johns out of storage...

Tourists from Scandinavia are being asked to 'keep warm', and to avoid being out during the colder nighttime hours. Firewood will be provided for heating purposes if needed.

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1 hour ago, PoorSucker said:

Thank you.

It's nice to see you're all "tucking each other in" here.  

Oil companies are not drilling so much these days and with the shortages it will be very interesting to see how this plays out.  We are already sure of what will happen this year - next year should be VERY interesting. 😉  

 

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2 hours ago, Misterwhisper said:

You mean the one with the "gun port" in the back fastened by 2  buttons?

I wore those in the north of Canada and got to admit when you had to go in minus 20C they were a good idea.

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‘Winter Is Coming’
Unless you are waiting for The Winds Of Winter.  Then you may have a long, long wait.  Thank goodness HBO filled in the blanks.  Now I don't care if Winter comes or not. 

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14 hours ago, fangless said:

Global warming seems to be making us colder!

 

Yes because of course if it is cooler than normal for one month in one year in one specific part of the world  then global warming must be a myth.

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I used look forward to the cold season, now all it seems to bring is haze and high levels of PM 2.5 unfortunately.  Last 2 days in Pattaya have been quite hazy.

 

Dig out the N95 to go with the woolies

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1 minute ago, sungod said:

I used look forward to the cold season, now all it seems to bring is haze and high levels of PM 2.5 unfortunately.  Last 2 days in Pattaya have been quite hazy.

 

Dig out the N95 to go with the woolies

Or go with the surgical mask? 

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Just now, sungod said:

Useless for PM 2.5 I believe.

Yes but a PM 2.5 has a valve making it unsuitable for  Covid protection mask... and you make my point actually. By regulation we have to wear a surgical type mask, but if it does not handle 2.5, we need both riding our bikes in town. I still got a large bag of them I bought before Covid.

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