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Bazle

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  1. On the site of the old Sugar Baby Agogo in Walking Street, a new gogo, Golden Club, has been in the making for quite a while. It had its opening ceremony this evening. I am told it is Chinese owned; that was reflected in the ceremony. Whether it will be aimed at Chinese visitors is yet to be seen. Part of the Sugar Baby premises has been occupied by a currency exchange booth for a while now.
  2. So we are going to get a high energy Nightcrawler! You'll have to try to meet up with the Duracell bunny! ☺️
  3. Bazle

    A bruised ego

    I wonder if it fell foul of Rule 20, under the heading Disallowed Subjects: "Posts that are racist or targeted against any religious group."
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    Car Porn

    I spotted this one in Soi Post Office, Pattaya, on Saturday. It is definitely not exotic, but it is quite interesting. I'll copy what Wikipedia says about it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WiLL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WiLL#WiLL_Vi The WiLL brand was a marketing approach shared by a small group of Japanese companies who decided to offer products and services that focused on a younger demographic from August 1999 until July 2004 in Japan. The companies that participated were the Kao Corporation (a manufacturer of personal hygiene, household detergents, and cosmetics), Toyota, Asahi Breweries, Panasonic, Kinki Nippon Tourist Company, Ltd, Ezaki Glico Candy, and Kokuyo Co., Ltd. (an office furniture and stationery manufacturer). Toyota also engaged in a similar "youth oriented" approach in North America, with the Project Genesis program. This selective marketing experiment reflected a Japanese engineering philosophy called Kansei engineering, which was used by other Japanese companies. All products were listed online at "willshop.com". Toyota offered three individually designed cars, based on the mechanicals of existing Toyota models. The series was intended to appeal to markets that were not covered by Toyota's mainstream range, and to discover how commercially feasible such unusual designs were. The American Scion range is based on a similar concept. All WiLL vehicles were only sold in Japan, and only at Toyota Vista Store locations. When the WiLL project ended in 2004, Toyota stopped producing WiLL-branded vehicles, and renamed the Toyota Vista dealerships to Toyota NETZ, that coincided with the launch of the North American introduction of Scion, using lessons learned from the WiLL project. The WiLL Vi is a subcompact car, produced from 2000 to 2001, with distinctive styling combining elements of many cars. The WiLL Vi was designed by the then newly formed Virtual Venture Company, headed by Jim Shimizu. The unique-appearing rear window had earlier appeared on the Mazda Carol, the Ford Anglia (1959–1968), and the Citroen Ami. The "neo-retro" look represented a period in Japan where vehicles took on the styling of historic vehicles from the 1950s and 1960s, such as the Nissan Be-1, Nissan Figaro, Nissan Pao, the Toyota Origin, the Subaru Vivio Bistro, and the Mitsubishi Minica. The car was equipped with MacPherson struts for the front wheels and a torsion beam axle for the rear wheels. The car was painted in a number of pastel colors, and the plastic wheel covers resemble sand dollars. One of the few options was a canvas sliding roof, and the vehicle was installed with bench seats for both front and rear passengers, with the gearshift installed on the dashboard. Sales were disappointing, so the Vi was replaced by the WiLL Cypha.
  5. Two new (to me) restaurants have opened on the ground (basement) floor of Central Festival in Pattaya:
  6. Repairs to the beach have started: I'm not sure where the sand to fill the crevasses is going to come from. At about mid-day today, this digger was moving it from a pile left at the shoreline, but it was not nearly enough to do this job, and there are many more crevasses like this one further south. I'm not sure where the sand to fill the cravasses is coming from. There was a pile at the shoreline that the digger was movingt
  7. Bazle

    thai sims

    Here is a starting point: http://www.ais.co.th/one-2-call/addon/en/internet4g_continued.html
  8. Bazle

    A bruised ego

    But it had twice as many legs as you!
  9. Bazle

    A bruised ego

    I much prefer Fygjam's explanation! ☺️
  10. Bazle

    thai sims

    You don't "get a dual SIM". Some (not many) telephones accept two SIM cards in them. If you have such a 'phone, you can leave your home-country SIM in it, and get a Thai SIM to put in the other slot.
  11. They have one already - a.k.a. Soi Buakhao! 🙂
  12. Has just stopped here in S. Pattaya. Photo opps down at the beach I reckon, John!
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