I didn't break the law
In the spirit of the vast humanitarian accomplishments of the Royal Family of Thailand, and especially of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, pictured here...
I would like to revise this thread to say, what was your gift today to the Thai people?
I taught in a school to developing young minds who are eager to learn how to be competitive for the rest of the world.
I didn't break the law
the answer to the secret of the universe is the secret itself
and the secret is.........................................it isn't there
GH you are absolute class arent you
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." George Orwell
that's the nicest thing anyone's said to me all evening - 'tis I who am honoured, Lord Loxley
I gave a few free conversation lessons thru msn last night to some past students.
Language exchange actually. 30 minutes English, 30 minutes Thai.
-After you’ve turned the page of slight annoyance into total acceptance,
you’re well over ˝ way there.
^ Nice work Jimbo.
I slowed down my vehicle for some passing monks. They did not run across the street like most Thais. They did not even speed up. Had I not had the Lord Buddha's knowledge to slow down, give them respect and give myself some karma, I might have ran into them.
Im a man of the peopleOriginally Posted by grasshopper
I stayed in bed all day which eliminated the possibility of causing any unnecessary conflict.
Our House - The Big Build
The Road Home - Bangkok to Surat Thani
Southern Oil Palm and Rubber Plantations:
I didn't leave the country.
Faith, by itself, isn't a good enough reason to believe. Instead, a belief must be defensible through reason, logic, and evidence.
The idea that faith is somehow justified by the fact that the beliefs cannot be proven is a truly Orwellian position to adopt - not to mention intellectually and ethically dangerous.
This one was yesterday's actually.
I went out with a Thai woman who has been stalking me by telephone and using other people's numbers to call me because I refused to answer her phone. I told her the truth that I had a girlfriend and asked her to pay her tab for the food...and the moto-taxi ride that I paid for to the restaurant.
She agreed to pay and I got her a taxi car home...at her expense.
Lovely! Teaching Thai women the humble art of independence.
Last edited by Piece Train; 19th May 2008 at 13:39.
I didn't break wind.Originally Posted by grasshopper
Also I didn't break any of my students' kneecaps.
When the great lord passes the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts
I woke up today ready to take on a day of teaching eager young minds how to be economically competitive with the developed world. Have my lesson plans packed and all other material, ready to go.
Originally Posted by Lor Ling
wot, something you do occasionally is it?
Nah but sometimes tempted (and they're uni students, i wasn't joking about abusing kids as that wouldn't be funny)Originally Posted by grasshopper
I drank Thai beer today and therefore helped the economy of the kingdom.