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  1. #11921
    Quote Originally Posted by GettingFedUp  [View Original Post]
    Indeed. I guess there'll be a Thai committee or commission to review the name and after months of deliberation and bountiful expenses they will decide to call it "Street" in view of its no longer pedestrianised status.
    What a mess!
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  2. #11920

    Top 5

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    If prices for girls were THE SAME everywhere which cities / countries would you be visiting the most to hobby? Based on girl's looks, service, attitude and the overall ease of hobbying.

    I personally haven't included many cities like Prague / Budapest / London / Montreal / Toronto, etc with escorts only because imo not being able to see the girl before she appears at the door is not ease of hobbying.

    Mine would be:

    1. Dusseldorf / Frankfurt / Berlin.
    2. Las Vegas
    3. Switzerland
    4. Tokyo / Osaka.
    5. Bangkok / Pattaya.
    1. Medellin.

    2. Kiev.

    3. Frankfurt.

    4. Central Cuba (not Havana).

    5. Bangkok / Pattaya.

    But Germany and Thailand are as easy as ordering food at a drive up window. Cuba is a cat and mouse game with police (chicas can get into trouble but guys typically do not). Medellin and Kiev are great but take lots of work. Not point and click like Germany and Thailand. Spanish is essential in Cuba and Medellin. The providers in Kiev are university students that speak very good English.

    BB I spend several weeks per year in Vegas and am very familair with the game there. I don't see how it makes your list based on "overall ease of mongering". The hot girls make so much bank just dancing in strip clubs it's very hard to get take home. At any price.

    I've heard Japan is difficult for non-Asians but still want to try it. Switzerland I'll maybe try on my next journey to the FKKs hopefully soon.

  3. #11919
    Quote Originally Posted by RioHeart  [View Original Post]
    They just opened Pattaya walking street to vehicles 24/7.
    Indeed. I guess there'll be a Thai committee or commission to review the name and after months of deliberation and bountiful expenses they will decide to call it "Street" in view of its no longer pedestrianised status.

  4. #11918
    Quote Originally Posted by MasterMonger  [View Original Post]
    Let's talk about COVID-19 When the death rate gets to that of Pneumonia which is about an annual death rate of 3 million .......

    MM.
    Works for me. Now we can all carry on with what this forum is about.

    So thankful your just a dude with a keyboard and someone who has no influence or descions on any kind of policy!

    In other news. They just opened Pattaya walking street to vehicles 24/7. They also allow bike parking on the street. What could go wrong with that! It's one big line of cars with people weaving in and out of traffic. Tried to walk down it last night and turned right around.

  5. #11917
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    And who the fuck do you think is spreading fake news? Here is you boy Biden on the vaccine: presumed Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden this week indicated that USA President Donald Trump's rush to develop a coronavirus vaccine in record time may not yield a safe and effective product that the public can trust.

    "People don't believe that he is telling the truth about the safety of the vaccine candidates," Biden asserted. "Therefore, they're not at all certain they're going to take the vaccine."

    I was just chatting with a nice little old lady at the check line at my local grocery store. The conversation came up and she said she would not take the vaccine because she thought it might be dangerous to her. I had nothing to say back to her. It's her choice. She wants to wear a mask for the rest of her life and live in fear so be it.

    BTW, none of this belongs in general reports forum, but some bm's can't control their loathing. There is a lot of that particular mental disorder going around in the USA at the moment. It is more prevalent than the pandemic.
    The current president of the United States announced that the explosions in Beirut were "an ATTACK!" and all other world leaders immediately reacted to his assessment with a collective shrug, eye roll and head shake. I have no idea what a nice old lady in the grocery store felt about it. But Trump's "fake news" credibility problem is not Biden's fault.

    And with regard to the reason citizens from the USA will likely have more problems than most being welcome to reenter Thailand to monger again, a topic that must belong in a thread somewhere here, Thailand as well as every other country has plenty of reason to feel resentment about Trump's incomparable contribution to defunding and dismantling the Pandemic Prevention and Response teams two years ago whose job it was to monitor these kind of outbreaks and do whatever necessary to keep them in their region of origin and from spreading all over the world while later helping China spread lies about the risk of human-to-human infection in the critical early stages well after he had been briefed more than once by his intel agencies that China was actually lying about it. Again, not Biden's fault.

  6. #11916

    COVID-19 schmovid-19

    Let's talk about COVID-19 When the death rate gets to that of Pneumonia which is about an annual death rate of 3 million with 30% being healthy children, and those numbers have been happening for 300 years.

    Covid-19 kills 99% 65 or older who are in poor health or have poor immune systems. We should definitely do something to protect the elderly sick people from dying from COVID-19 so they can live a few more days and then die from the other 1000 things that can easily kill an elderly person with poor health.

    Also that can't be a good thing for the economy of a country if many of the unhealthy elderly people die because all of their money will just go to their families and they will just waste it on shopping, whoring and booze. Actually, that would be good for the economy. New slogan, "no masks, it's good for the economy!

    But seriously 700,000 dead in almost 9 months is influenza like numbers, about 77 million away from the 1% you need to be considered a global pandemic like the Spanish flu that killed 20 million when the population was 1. 5 Billion. According to the numbers provided by the governments Covid-19 should not be considered much more dangerous than the flu. When the numbers go above 3 million in 12 months I will wear a mask. I will even get a vaccine if they go above 78 million. Numbers are facts, just like the sky is blue. If the news said the sky was green, would you believe it or would you go take a look? So, why don't people look and compare the actual numbers of COVID-19?

    Of course the flu season numbers actually make sense, COVID-19 numbers seem to only be in states and countries where the government wants to steal money from the people, but that must just be a coincidence. 24 states out 50 have had more than 1,000 deaths in the US, 45 countries out of 218 have had more than 1000 deaths in the last 9 months. Is that a global pandemic?

    A strong immune system beats any vaccine, that is a fact. Masks only make you think you are safe and after 1 hour of constant use they actually start to lower your immune system because of all the hot CO2 you are rebreathing, also a fact.

    Mongers are banging New hot girls all the time so most of us have herd immunity to almost everything out there!

    Good luck everyone, "Remember Kids only "You" can prevent manipulation!

    MM.

  7. #11915
    Quote Originally Posted by Downandup  [View Original Post]
    The problem with Influenza is that there are many different strains of virus. What happens each year is that virologists have to predict which strains are going to be most likely to spread around the world and create a compound vaccince against the top 6 or so strains. So if a different version of Influenza spreads then the vaccine will not be too helpful. It also takes a lot of time to manufacture a vaccine, package and distribute it so it needs to be decided 6 months early. Finally, most people don't get vaccinated, it's usually those who feel at risk and not everyone so flu spreads and then attacks the vulnerable. These are the reasons that 250,000 to 650,000 people die from flu each year.
    A vaccine for covid 19 has been developed at last. Thailand here I come, soon. https://www.rt.com/russia/497360-rus...KyA-iyd0JuvKzM.

  8. #11914
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    It gets worse for the USA. Almost 50% of Americans polled are so anti "fake news" science they would not get the vaccine even it it was available.
    And who the fuck do you think is spreading fake news? Here is you boy Biden on the vaccine: presumed Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden this week indicated that USA President Donald Trump's rush to develop a coronavirus vaccine in record time may not yield a safe and effective product that the public can trust.

    "People don't believe that he is telling the truth about the safety of the vaccine candidates," Biden asserted. "Therefore, they're not at all certain they're going to take the vaccine."

    I was just chatting with a nice little old lady at the check line at my local grocery store. The conversation came up and she said she would not take the vaccine because she thought it might be dangerous to her. I had nothing to say back to her. It's her choice. She wants to wear a mask for the rest of her life and live in fear so be it.

    BTW, none of this belongs in general reports forum, but some bm's can't control their loathing. There is a lot of that particular mental disorder going around in the USA at the moment. It is more prevalent than the pandemic.

  9. #11913
    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock  [View Original Post]
    I would remind those waiting for a vaccine that there is already vaccine for influenza. But despite this tens of thousands die from it every year. Because vaccines for viruses are difficult to make. They're even more difficult to distribute.
    The problem with Influenza is that there are many different strains of virus. What happens each year is that virologists have to predict which strains are going to be most likely to spread around the world and create a compound vaccince against the top 6 or so strains. So if a different version of Influenza spreads then the vaccine will not be too helpful. It also takes a lot of time to manufacture a vaccine, package and distribute it so it needs to be decided 6 months early. Finally, most people don't get vaccinated, it's usually those who feel at risk and not everyone so flu spreads and then attacks the vulnerable. These are the reasons that 250,000 to 650,000 people die from flu each year.

  10. #11912
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Thailand isn't holding out on tourism from the World. They will however hold out on any country that has many active COVID cases. Remember Thailand retracted against allowing China in a couple months ago when China had an outbreak of 7 cases. 7! USA gets more than 50 k cases per day and there are no signs of that slowing down. Americans refuse to adapt to having to wear masks. Thanks Trump!

    As you can see from the graph, Americans (and I'm sure Canada is included in the numbers) make up a very small percentage of the overall number of tourists to Thailand. Thailand will not chance getting a second wave of COVID to allow Americans in.
    It gets worse for the USA. Almost 50% of Americans polled are so anti "fake news" science they would not get the vaccine even it it was available. From the vibe I am already getting walking around, I might need a t-shirt that says, "I Didn't Vote For Him And Haven't Been There In 7 Years."

    Of course, half of that particularly worded message would only be true until October or November this year.

  11. #11911
    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelSamuel  [View Original Post]
    Really think thailand can hold out on tourists until 2022?
    Thailand isn't holding out on tourism from the World. They will however hold out on any country that has many active COVID cases. Remember Thailand retracted against allowing China in a couple months ago when China had an outbreak of 7 cases. 7! USA gets more than 50 k cases per day and there are no signs of that slowing down. Americans refuse to adapt to having to wear masks. Thanks Trump!

    As you can see from the graph, Americans (and I'm sure Canada is included in the numbers) make up a very small percentage of the overall number of tourists to Thailand. Thailand will not chance getting a second wave of COVID to allow Americans in.
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  12. #11910
    2022 is probably right. But maybe not even then.

    I would remind those waiting for a vaccine that there is already vaccine for influenza. But despite this tens of thousands die from it every year. Because vaccines for viruses are difficult to make. They're even more difficult to distribute.

    The chief scientist of WHO just said:

    If some of the vaccines in human clinical trials are effective, they should be available sometime next year.

    Very optimistically, the timeline for the first doses would be the first half of 2021.

    It is important to note that even with a successful vaccine, there will be a limited number of doses initially. We will not have eight or ten billion doses available to be able to vaccinate the whole world. We might have a few hundred million doses, meaning we would have to prioritize some sections of the population - such as front-line workers, health workers, social care workers and others who are at very high risk.

    Thereafter, manufacturing can be scaled up, and more vaccine candidates tested. And hopefully, by 2022, we will be in a position to have many more vaccines available.
    So there you go.

    Small pox is as of yet the only virus that was ever eradicated by vaccine. It took 15 years.

  13. #11909
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    If prices for girls were THE SAME everywhere which cities / countries would you be visiting the most to hobby? Based on girl's looks, service, attitude and the overall ease of hobbying.

    Mine would be:

    1. Dusseldorf / Frankfurt / Berlin.
    2. Las Vegas
    3. Switzerland
    4. Tokyo / Osaka.
    5. Bangkok / Pattaya.
    Mine would be the same usual suspects as always: 1. Bangkok / Pattaya, 2. Jakarta, 3. Sao Paulo, 4. Macau, 5. Manila. But if money were absolutely no object and I could hire a qualified local interpreter / facilitator who knew what he was doing and could guarantee my access into all the clubs and high class bordellos, then Tokyo / Osaka would jump to the head of my list followed by Moscow and Kiev maybe. I do like the look of various Russian and Ukrainian sex models I see on the internet. 555.

    But generally I am happy with my top 5 and look forward to being there as soon as possible. It is interesting to note that of my top 5 only BKK and Pattaya are up and running if only partially so. The rest of the destinations are still in shut down mode although I am sure you can find girls on the social media there. But there is no going out and having a good time on the town except in BKK / Pat (maybe Vegas). I envy you fuckin' assholes who are lucky enough to be in LOS at the present moment in history. Enjoy. You are in a unique position.

  14. #11908
    Really think thailand can hold out on tourists until 2022? Sure I understand the sentiment toward the american dumpster fire that trump has started, but reality being that with way things are going America will keep seeding the rest of world so if you open up to anyone you are risking it coming in. Sure I don't want to believe I will be locked out until 2022 so I am not impartial, but I also just can't Thailand, or even most counties, for a vaccine, I just think they will give up before then.

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    It may be a lot of money to some of us but not for others. You're American? You may be able to get a flight out of USA but likely won't be able to get in to Thailand before at least 2022 unless a proven vaccine is available.

  15. #11907
    If prices for girls were THE SAME everywhere which cities / countries would you be visiting the most to hobby? Based on girl's looks, service, attitude and the overall ease of hobbying.

    I personally haven't included many cities like Prague / Budapest / London / Montreal / Toronto, etc with escorts only because imo not being able to see the girl before she appears at the door is not ease of hobbying.

    Mine would be:

    1. Dusseldorf / Frankfurt / Berlin.
    2. Las Vegas
    3. Switzerland
    4. Tokyo / Osaka.
    5. Bangkok / Pattaya.

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