Cha-am Jamal, Thailand

Odd prose from the Bangkok Post

Posted on: June 29, 2010

The body of Tdaaki Okada, 60, was found dead yesterday.

To the average Thai trying to grasp the enormity of the trade, this is an almost impossible amount of illicit drugs to comprehend. Yet, by their own estimates, it is only about 10 per cent of drugs on the street in Thailand.

Too late, tens of thousands have sought help to kick their habits.

The revelation must be a matter of national concern.

Counterparts had a name for the suspected mastermind: Abudila Romli.

The gang leaders never have said what they want.

The country only has Thai as its official language.

English is still considered the most influential language for international communication.

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  • chaamjamal: i recall that this note had appeared in my weird-but-true page about a decade ago. the reference is of course brad steiger. his home page is http://
  • Simon: !!!! No logic there really! Of course it has a massive effect on the rain fall..if you have a large forest you are likely to have omre water resources
  • Ajay: Dear Jamal sir I came across your older site and the wbt section in it. It was wonderful. I read and researched on it a lot. The most amazing t
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