Trust that little voice in your head EVERY time when barfining.

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Anyway, get into Pattaya about 7:30pm and head off to WS. Hit a few bars and go go’s down the side Soi’s I have rarely visited. Misty’s, Sugar Babes, Sapphires and Spanky’s. Met LaaMok at Sapphires and had a bit of a chat. Met a BG there with the the biggest natural nom yai I have seen in town. I think her name was Pui, number 35. Almost BF her as she was willing for a LT until lunch the next day. I told her I was going for a bar hop and may come back and I moved on to Spanky’s.

Sat down for about 10 minutes before change of dancers and I was pounced on by a lovely young thing. She straddles me grinding her pussy into my crotch and giving me the deepest DFK I have ever had in a bar. She immediately introduces herself as Apple and starts with the “You bar fine me. 1500 baht. OK?” Her persistence over and over again started those little voices in my head. You know the one’s. Just like having the devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other.

I am struggling to keep up with the three conversations I am having and tell her to slow down. But she keeps at it. She is either going to be one of those rare freaky fucks where she goes off like a frog in a sock OR be a half hour runner. I relent and bar fine her.

Wrong!!!

She is a nightmare. Probably on Baa. Could not sit still and was obviously a hair trigger to go nuts. I tried to massage her but she just could not sit still. She mounted me cowgirl and then doggy and I blew my load as she was as tight as a clenched fist.

The second I pulled out she was in the shower, clothed and wanting her money. I gave her her dues and showed her the door. Fifteen minutes tops including two showers.

Buyer beware. Her name is Apple. No tatts or piercings etc.]]>

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Fishing pole repair.

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Anyone know where I can buy a new one, or perhaps get it fixed out here? ]]>

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Stocks discussion No.7 -2011

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

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Stocks discussion No.6 -2012

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

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Vegetarian Thai Green Curry (Vegan/Gluten-free)

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

An authentic Thai Green Curry Recipe for the vegetarian palate. All the authentic trimmings – lemongrass, coriander seeds, green chillies, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk – without the meat, but with meat substitutes – wheat gluten or tofu, take your pick. This recipe is vegan, and you can also choose to make it gluten-free. Any way you cook it, this is such a tasty meal, you’ll tend to forget how healthy it also is! To make the green curry paste, place all paste ingredients in a food processor or blender. Add a few Tbsp. of the coconut milk, enough to blend ingredients. Process well. Place oil in wok or deep frying pan. Turn heat on medium-high and add paste. Stir-fry until fragrant (about 1 minute), then add the coconut milk. Add wheat gluten or tofu and stir to combine. Add lime leaves and reduce heat to medium-low. Cover and simmer, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes.Add yam/sweet potato. (Note: if more sauce is desired, add up to 1 cup good-tasting vegetable stock.) Cover and simmer another 7-10 min, or until yam is soft enough to pierce with a fork. Finally, add bell pepper and snow peas. Stir and continue cooking for 2-3 minutes, or until snow peas are cooked but still retain some of their crispness.Do a taste test for salt and spice. If not salty enough, add up to 2 Tbsp. more vegetarian fish sauce, soy sauce, or sea salt. If too salty, add a little fresh lime or lemon juice. If too spicy, add more coconut milk until desired taste is reached.To serve, transfer to a large serving bowl or plate up individual portions. Sprinkle generously with fresh basil. Accompany your curry with Thai jasmine-scented rice, Thai brown rice or your choice of noodles. For an extra special treat, serve this dish with my Easy Thai Coconut Rice. ENJOY!

*Other Sauces Used in Green Curry: Normally fish sauce is used to flavor green curry. If you’re a vegetarian who eats fish (a ‘pescatarian’), using fish sauce instead of soy sauce will give you a ‘greener’-looking curry paste. If not, another excellent vegan substitution for fish sauce is Thai Golden Mountain Sauce. Use equal parts soy sauce and Golden Mountain sauce to equal a total of 3 to 3.5 Tbsp.(the flavor will be rich enough that you can then leave out the dark soy sauce).

Other Vegetables: Other vegetables that work with this recipe include: broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, chopped spinach, green beans, eggplant, squash, and zucchini.

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Beautiful Rice Recipes, from Side Dish to Main…

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

These best-of-the-best rice recipes include everything from delicious fried rice recipes to savory coconut rice, sticky rice, even rice salad. Colourful and fragrant, my rice recipes are sure to please your taste-buds and your senses. Serve as a side dish or the main event – either way they’ll make any meal especially delicious. ENJOY!Thai Jasmine RiceCopyright Darlene A. Schmidt, About.com Corp.

Learn how to make perfect steamed white rice without actually having to steam it!  An easy step-by-step recipe that will free you forever from slavery to your rice cooker!

zSB(3,3)Pineapple Fried RiceD.SchmidtPineapple Rice is the signature dish of Thailand, normally served in a carved-out pineapple. But even served straight out of the wok, I find this to be one of the tastiest fried rice recipes I’ve ever tried. And it isn’t difficult to make – this easy Thai recipe will have you cooking and enjoying this heavenly treat in no time. Pineapple Fried RiceCopyright Darlene A. SchmidtThis vegetarian version of classic Thai Heavenly Pineapple Fried rice is just as delicious in every way. Thai jasmine rice is fried up with chunks of pineapple, plus cashews, peas, and currents with a curry-flavored broth. Includes cooking tips to create perfect fried rice everytime! Shrimp Fried RiceCopyright Darlene A. SchmidtIn this fried rice recipe, fresh or frozen shrimp are quickly stir-fried with garlic and onions. Add the cooked rice, a couple of eggs, frozen peas, plus my own special Thai sauce, and you have a fried rice recipe that is sure to please everyone. A great way to use leftover rice – and leftover roasted chicken can also be added if you have some taking up space in the refrigerator. Add chili if you like it spicy. Delicious! Savory Sticky Rice with Mushrooms, Green Onion, and PorkCopyright Darlene A. Schmidt, 03/02/10This sticky rice recipe is simple to make and oh so delicious! A meal unto itself, this Thai Sticky Rice with Pork & Mushrooms is a savory dish that is similar to fried rice, except it has a wonderfully chewy texture that even kids enjoy. Coconut RiceD.SchmidtCoconut rice makes a terrific accompaniment to many Thai dishes, such as fish and curries. Although you can make coconut rice in a rice cooker, this recipe teaches you how to make it the old fashioned way – in a pot on the stove. Quick and easy, this coconut rice recipe will come in handy for those times when you want to make dinner extra special without going to a lot of extra work. Coconut rice also makes a great side dish to take to a potluck or an Asian-themed dinner party. Coconut Rice (in a rice cooker)D.SchmidtCoconut Rice makes a deliciously easy side dish that can be served with a variety of dishes such as curries, stir-fried vegetables, plus fish and seafood mains. This easy coconut rice recipe is made in a rice cooker (for coconut rice made in a pot on your stove, see link within this recipe). All you need is some rice, coconut milk, water and salt! This coconut rice recipe also pairs beautifully with Indian food dishes. ENJOY! Coconut Saffron RiceD.SchmidtIf you like coconut rice, try this delicious Thai coconut saffron rice recipe. Instead of choosing between saffron rice and coconut rice, I’ve combined the two into one recipe. The result is a beautifully golden rice that tastes wonderful and is great to serve company or take to a dinner party or potluck. zSB(1,2)Saffron RiceCopyright Darlene A.Schmidt, About.com Corp.This Yellow Rice Recipe turns out beautifully golden and very fragrant. While yellow rice is often made with saffron, it can easily be made with turmeric instead, a spice which also has incredible health benefits (in Thailand, turmeric is known as ‘poor man’s saffron’). Yellow rice can be found across a number of cultures, including Thailand and India, and is a wonderful companion for curries of all kinds as well as seafood, fish, and even chicken dishes. Also makes a nice side dish to any meal – wonderful to serve guests! Thai Chicken Fried RiceD.SchmidtThis simple, yet wonderful recipe for Chicken Fried Rice will please everyone at your table. It’s easy to make and just as tasty as the fried rice you’ll get at your favorite Asian restaurant. If you happen to have ‘old’ rice (leftover from other meals), fried rice is the perfect way to use it up; but even freshly-made rice makes for great fried rice when fried up in the right way and with the right sauces. This recipe will teach you how to do just that, so your fried rice tastes as light and flavorful as it possibly can. Give it a try! if(zSbL

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Thief Arrested After Snatching Russian’s Handbag

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Published : July 27, 2013 :: 18:07:31 [ 257 views ]

Thief Arrested After Snatching Russian’s Handbag
ShareA thief was arrested by Pattaya Police after he had stolen the handbag of a Russian woman. The man claimed that he needed money to return to his hometown, Korat.

PATTAYA – July 27, 2013 [PDN]; The man was identified as Mr. Juranot Boonkuang, aged 31 from Nakorn Ratchasima (Korat) province. He was arrested after he snatched the hand bag of a Russian tourist at Pattaya Beach Rd. The man was arrested after he was chased down by Police officers who happened to be near the area.

Mr. Juranot has now been taken to Pattaya City Police station where he will be questioned and charged for thievery.

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Clueless? Pattaya Man gets Head-Naked – Channels Duncan Stearn

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Above Photo: “I only wanted a short back and sides…”

I haven’t done it for fashion, it’s thankfully not medically-related and I’m not joining the Monkhood, but I recently got all my hair cut off, for a reason I will reveal very soon.

I’ll also be explaining why Pattaya’s Duncan Stearn has been hobnobbing, as he seemingly desecrates bodies and toe-pokes corpses in the rice fields of Asia.

Duncan Stearn – Long-time baldy with a face fit for radio

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Caf¿ Con Leche [Jack Fernandez]

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Four Cuban immigrants in the steamy cauldron of Ybor City confront their racism through the Great Depression, labor unrest, World War II, and the Castro Revolution: Pablo the white, high-born opportunist who becomes wealthy as a war profiteer; Consuelo, his suffering wife who has a distant slave ancestor; Matilde, the brilliant but ill-fated, mixed-race idealist; and his exotically beautiful wife Zoraida, the driving, fanatical communist and Santer¿a adept. These characters interact in the multiethnic community that grew around the cigar industry. At the time, Ybor City was one of the few towns in America where they could have interacted as equals. It was indeed a rich pot of caf¿ con leche.

It is a great read !