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    Start of another awful day for the pot-licker.


    And the questions still remain unanswered…….

    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    The US dollar has been falling (not gaining towards 33/34) since the pot-licker made its ignorant remark. Over the next several years I’ll update this thread to review if the Thai baht ever reaches 33/34 against 1 US dollar while Prayut and his coalition are still in office.

    Although everyone knows the pot-licker was wrong with its ignorant prediction (if and when he doesn't get the baht back to 33/34 against the USD,…..3 months to achieve that or his coalition is gone) there are still questions that remain unanswered by it.

    1. Has the Thai woman who lets you park your 40’ container on her land asked you when you were going to start washing dishes/pot licking to make up for the weakening SS check you give her each month in exchange for your Thai address?
    2. Pot-licker do you find it embarrassing (while sitting in your 40’ container/living quarters) that you contribute to giving foreigners a bad name here in Thailand?
    3. “New” question. How much do you think you’ll receive when you start your gofundme page to relocate back to the states where you are not welcome?

    I want to remind people viewing this thread. Whatever the pot-licker/Boon Mee states/posts take it with a grain of salt. It doesn’t know what it’s talking about.

    I’m repeating myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    1 United States Dollar equals 30.87 Thai Baht
    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    1 United States Dollar equals 30.63 Thai Baht
    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    1 United States Dollar equals 30.27 Thai Baht
    Although the numbers you are providing (above) are not exchange rates (what Thai banks will give you for a US dollar) it show a steady decline.

    Think the pot-licker will ever see 33 baht per US dollar (exchange rate) before it’s forced to move out of Thailand due to not being able to make Thai retirement visa requirements?
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    Foreign Exchange Rates

    USD50 USD: 50-100
    Bank Notes Buying Rates 29.97

    https://www.bangkokbank.com/en/Perso...Exchange-Rates

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    Thais don't find it necessary to be absorbed in invented politics.

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    Tomorrow, another 3rd Wednesday (when the pot-licker receives its SS check) of the month review.

    Good news. The Thai baht might have reached its peak last week. Bad news. Don’t think it’ll help the situation the pot-licker is in. Today the Thai baht is being exchanged at 29.94 to every (1) US dollar.


    The dollar might have bottomed out last week when the (1) dollar fell to 29.83 against the Thai baht (https://img.techpowerup.org/191010/29-83.jpg).

    A review of the 3rd Wednesdays for the past few months below.

    June 19th - 30.81


    July 17th - 30.46


    August 14th - 30.36


    September 18th - 30.11


    October 15th (Tuesday) – 29.94


    The pot-licker is going to have trouble making the requirement for keeping a Visa here in Thailand.

    Maybe Thailand should create/offer another type of Visa……..

    Non-Immigrant Category “A.S.S.” (American Sympathy Supporter) – for Americans older than 70 who are unwanted in their home country but have found a Thai sympathizer that is willing to rent property to them in exchange for their SS check.

    Questions still unanswered…….

    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    The US dollar has been falling (not gaining towards 33/34) since the pot-licker made its ignorant remark. Over the next several years I’ll update this thread to review if the Thai baht ever reaches 33/34 against 1 US dollar while Prayut and his coalition are still in office.

    Although everyone knows the pot-licker was wrong with its ignorant prediction (if and when he doesn't get the baht back to 33/34 against the USD,…..3 months to achieve that or his coalition is gone) there are still questions that remain unanswered by it.

    1. Has the Thai woman who lets you park your 40’ container on her land asked you when you were going to start washing dishes/pot licking to make up for the weakening SS check you give her each month in exchange for your Thai address?
    2. Pot-licker do you find it embarrassing (while sitting in your 40’ container/living quarters) that you contribute to giving foreigners a bad name here in Thailand?
    3. “New” question. How much do you think you’ll receive when you start your gofundme page to relocate back to the states where you are not welcome?

    I want to remind people viewing this thread. Whatever the pot-licker/Boon Mee states/posts take it with a grain of salt. It doesn’t know what it’s talking about.

    I’m repeating myself
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    A review. Wednesday October 16th, 2019 (3rd Wednesday of the month) when the pot-licker will receive its SS check.


    The dollar might have bottomed out last week when the (1 US) dollar fell to 29.83 against the Thai baht (https://img.techpowerup.org/191010/29-83.jpg).

    A review of the 3rd Wednesday for the past few months below.

    June 19th - 30.81

    July 17th - 30.46

    August 14th - 30.36

    September 18th - 30.11

    October 16th – 29.97


    Questions still unanswered…….

    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    The US dollar has been falling (not gaining towards 33/34) since the pot-licker made its ignorant remark. Over the next several years I’ll update this thread to review if the Thai baht ever reaches 33/34 against 1 US dollar while Prayut and his coalition are still in office.

    Although everyone knows the pot-licker was wrong with its ignorant prediction (if and when he doesn't get the baht back to 33/34 against the USD,…..3 months to achieve that or his coalition is gone) there are still questions that remain unanswered by it.

    1. Has the Thai woman who lets you park your 40’ container on her land asked you when you were going to start washing dishes/pot licking to make up for the weakening SS check you give her each month in exchange for your Thai address?
    2. Pot-licker do you find it embarrassing (while sitting in your 40’ container/living quarters) that you contribute to giving foreigners a bad name here in Thailand?
    3. “New” question. How much do you think you’ll receive when you start your gofundme page to relocate back to the states where you are not welcome?

    I want to remind people viewing this thread. Whatever the pot-licker/Boon Mee states/posts take it with a grain of salt. It doesn’t know what it’s talking about.

    I’m repeating myself
    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

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    Although the pot-licker receives its SS check on the 3rd Wednesday of every month it might (Direct Deposits/automatically) transfer to its Thai bank account today.

    If that’s the case, it looks to be another bad day for the pot-licker.

    The exchange rate today is even lower than yesterday.

    Yesterday, October 16th – 29.97


    Today, October 17th – 29.94

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    I predict that exports and tourism will have to decline by a figure greater than 10% over the next 3 months for the Thai Central bank to reduce rates and weaken the baht as a speculative currency.

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    Less military presence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrymsmarkle View Post
    I predict that exports and tourism will have to decline by a figure greater than 10% over the next 3 months for the Thai Central bank to reduce rates and weaken the baht as a speculative currency.
    Few months…..

    (dated Oct. 11th, 2019)

    BoT prepares to restrain baht

    The Bank of Thailand is set to step up efforts to rein in the baht in the next few months by easing capital flow regulations, managing gold trading flows and lowering the current account surplus, says its chief.

    The central bank is talking with related regulators to encourage outbound portfolio investment by both institutional and individual investors, said central bank governor Veerathai Santiprabhob.

    The measures are expected to be implemented in the next few months, he said.: https://www.bangkokpost.com/business...-restrain-baht
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