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  1. #1515

    Too Much Hassle

    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    This is awfully pessimistic, but you're not fundamentally wrong. Travel restrictions are going to be relaxed at a glacial pace, and the world might not get back to where it was in 2019 for a long, long time. Even now, most of us can go somewhere, sometimes with somewhat bearable conditions (like a PCR test), but the age of just a few clicks to book and hopping on a plane to virtually anywhere without a worry if you'll be able to move onward are over.

    When it comes to mongering, the supply of girls in Thailand has thinned out considerably between 2010 and 2019, to the point that it was already a shadow of its former self. After the pandemic, it will not go back to the 2019 levels, and plenty of girls will be turned off by the health risks.

    Some cultures tend to mostly ignore Covid despite the death toll, but Thailand isn't among them, they developed a massive paranoia surrounding the disease, although they got out relatively lightly so far. If the HIV scare put a damper on our hobby in Thailand, Covid will be 100 x worse, since effects are immediate, you can easily transmit it to family, and protection way more difficult. The authorities won't be too eager to support the naughty nightlife scene re-building (we're well beyond re-opening now, most venues are gone) and might use the opportunity to kill off most of it for good.
    Even (especially?) in Europe, there is too much demand to show an array of papers. Countries are moved from green to red and back again in a blink, sinking any hope of making plans. I am off on my travels in a few days. I checked requirements countless times but I have only discovered I need another Covid test and another paper. There is a bigger game afoot here and we are all the collateral damage.

    Your post is good. Check out the Philippines pages. Pathetic pictures of pussies, growth "models" that would warrant a straight fail in any school and endless links without context. The Dutch chick I follow has a purpose, as all travel should.

    I watch Pattaya videos. Wall to wall vagabonds and Thai and farang tear assing on walks up and down the promenade like they are prisoners let out for an hour or so.

    When the tourist dust settles, SE Asia will be well dowen the big boys' list, fighting for tourist crumb with the lockdown paradise of Australia.

    If a newer model emerges, it will not be for God fearing mongers like us but more for the packaged tour top dollar lot. The freedom and anarchy are gone.

  2. #1514
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    For me, SE Asia is over. I pity all the vagabonds in Pattaya but they are in my prayers, as they are in the day dreams of spammers. I see the curtains coming down all over the world and I can't see them being lifted again in my life time.
    This is awfully pessimistic, but you're not fundamentally wrong. Travel restrictions are going to be relaxed at a glacial pace, and the world might not get back to where it was in 2019 for a long, long time. Even now, most of us can go somewhere, sometimes with somewhat bearable conditions (like a PCR test), but the age of just a few clicks to book and hopping on a plane to virtually anywhere without a worry if you'll be able to move onward are over.

    When it comes to mongering, the supply of girls in Thailand has thinned out considerably between 2010 and 2019, to the point that it was already a shadow of its former self. After the pandemic, it will not go back to the 2019 levels, and plenty of girls will be turned off by the health risks.

    Some cultures tend to mostly ignore Covid despite the death toll, but Thailand isn't among them, they developed a massive paranoia surrounding the disease, although they got out relatively lightly so far. If the HIV scare put a damper on our hobby in Thailand, Covid will be 100 x worse, since effects are immediate, you can easily transmit it to family, and protection way more difficult. The authorities won't be too eager to support the naughty nightlife scene re-building (we're well beyond re-opening now, most venues are gone) and might use the opportunity to kill off most of it for good.

  3. #1513

    Good-ByeTo All Of That

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Instead of being so bleak, you should look to new horizons. There are great times being had in South America and the Caribbean. I am still paying rent in Pattaya, but I am in no hurry to get back there. There are other shows in town to be enjoyed.
    Thanks for the tip but it is too much hassle and that hassle will only grow. I follow a brave Dutch chick on Youtube who motorbikes around Africa. Braver and more adventurous than me. As well as being a looker, she is so organized. But I am not going into within 20 metres of lions. SE Asia was good for non stop sessions with LBFMs but, for me, it is over.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhAlrrPPAxE

  4. #1512
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    For me, SE Asia is over. I pity all the vagabonds in Pattaya but they are in my prayers, as they are in the day dreams of spammers. I see the curtains coming down all over the world and I can't see them being lifted again in my life time.
    Instead of being so bleak, you should look to new horizons. There are great times being had in South America and the Caribbean. I am still paying rent in Pattaya, but I am in no hurry to get back there. There are other shows in town to be enjoyed.

  5. #1511

    Long Yes, Informative No

    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    Long but very interesting about immunity.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/science/...ht-now/619965/
    Thanks for the post. If you wonder who pays for it, you will see an owner of Johnson & Johnson, maker of the vaccines (sic), mentioned at the bottom of the article. Please check out the video below for a different and perhaps more informed approach. As for me, I cashed in all my US $ and other Forex (though I still have plenty in various bank accounts). For me, SE Asia is over. I pity all the vagabonds in Pattaya but they are in my prayers, as they are in the day dreams of spammers. I see the curtains coming down all over the world and I can't see them being lifted again in my life time. The world has gone mad to prop up Big Pharma's stock price.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPKnOhJRYg

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  7. #1509
    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer8939  [View Original Post]
    Pretty soon you are going to have to be vaccinated to enter Thailand so all this discussion about Ivermectin is moot.
    Pretty sure you will need to be fully vaccinated to enter most countries in 2022.

  8. #1508
    Pretty soon you are going to have to be vaccinated to enter Thailand so all this discussion about Ivermectin is moot.

  9. #1507
    Quote Originally Posted by Downandup  [View Original Post]
    Ivermectin is great to treat parasitic worms, good to hear that it's helped you. There's no evidence whatsoever that it does anything for Covid.
    Wrong! There is a lot evident. The evident is not gold standard and not definitive. Never the less, there is a ton of evident that it do work for covid. There is also a few evident that it does not work for covid, those study is also not definitive.

    Some of the current study on ivermectin, like the one from Duke are designed to fail and when it does fail, it will not change anything. We need a study that is design to fairly test if it work or not.

  10. #1506

    Dr Malone's interview about covid, vaccines and big pharma

    Let's see if some members who always try to pump their stocks of Pfizer and Mode-rna on this site are going to call him paranoid or say that he cannot properly read a medical study, or that science is on the side of universal covid vaccine.

    Here is a well known scientist explaining everything about covid19, vaccines and pharmaceutical's interests.

    I thought it's a very informative interview for anyone wanting to understand what's going on.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPKnOhJRYg

  11. #1505
    Quote Originally Posted by NiteRiderCal  [View Original Post]
    But what is the harm? Ivermectin is exceptionally safe, like taking a baby aspirin.
    Ivermectin is great to treat parasitic worms, good to hear that it's helped you. There's no evidence whatsoever that it does anything for Covid.

  12. #1504
    Quote Originally Posted by ErsatzJulian  [View Original Post]
    It is a meta-data analysis which means that while suggestive, it is not something anyone rational person would pin their health decision. And if you see a millions flaws for it, why offer it up as evidence as your thinking that Ivermectin is a treatment for COVID. Just stick to the medical consensus.
    But what is the harm? Ivermectin is exceptionally safe, like taking a baby aspirin. I take two pills once, 24 MG and feel fine.

    Not long ago, I unknowingly spent half a day with a covid positive person. I found out because of contract tracing. I tested negative and I sat closest to that person. Other vax people in the same meeting was tested positive. I take 5000 IU of vitamin D everyday and 3 MG of ivermectin every 3 days.

  13. #1503

    What medical consensus?

    Quote Originally Posted by ErsatzJulian  [View Original Post]
    It is a meta-data analysis which means that while suggestive, it is not something anyone rational person would pin their health decision. And if you see a millions flaws for it, why offer it up as evidence as your thinking that Ivermectin is a treatment for COVID. Just stick to the medical consensus.
    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opin...7XDinx-FRobgP4

    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries.

    A few weeks ago, our TV cameras had shocking videos from India of poor folk dropping dead. Real Biblical plague stuff, just like the earlier snuff stuff from China, which seems to have been faked. Now no more. Some say it is due to Ivermectin which Big Pharma / Gates seem to hate https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries.

    I was told separately that was the case. Anyway, Indian snuff rates seem to be well below Thailand and the Brothel State of Ukraine. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries.

    Have a look at Israel's figures. Were they just given a placebo?

    I have concluded nothing, except that a lot of government advisors have got very rich out of this. I post stuff here to see what others think on the long shot light might emerge. We live in hope.
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  14. #1502
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34145166/

    Here is an article (peer reviewed for the comatose NYT readers) on Ivermectin. I can see a million flaws with the article but hey I read the Daily Mail and bang hookers.
    It is a meta-data analysis which means that while suggestive, it is not something anyone rational person would pin their health decision. And if you see a millions flaws for it, why offer it up as evidence as your thinking that Ivermectin is a treatment for COVID. Just stick to the medical consensus.

  15. #1501
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBigMan  [View Original Post]
    Being from the hood, there was no TB, it wasn't until someone in the group got a car that we were able to travel outside 20 minutes out then it was 19 cents for one Taco next door McDonalds 25 cents for a burger only take out, those were the days?

    With the price of space, TB is paying I can see why the price but aside from the pre-pack sauce I could never figure out why a Taco is so high, labor is cheap? I've had many tacos in form styles, places and they all range in 2 buck range. Sadly the most convenient and best priced Mexican meal Tequila Reef the new location is gone for good.
    Yep, I was a big Tequila Reef fan.

    If I am craving Mexican food, I go to the Azul restaurant in the Zona Norte, Tijuana, but it's very far from Pattaya. So, I bought some alleged Mexican salsa at the supermarket and maybe I can make some tacos.

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