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In coincidence I had just posted on my FB yesterday about tourists leaving behing their commonsense in their home country when they come to Thailand.
Posted by Jamie on January 16, 2013 12:34
Wow, a lot of damage, to the car, I suspect a bit faster than 60km/h, unless there is a speed sign saying it is higher, I have only seen 60.
Posted by Reader on January 16, 2013 13:05
@ Reader Yeah it doesn't take an expert to tell that the Honda was traveling quite fast when it hit the guy. The speed limit in that are is 90, but 150 is common.
Posted by NomadJoe on January 17, 2013 02:50
A darkened figure emerges from the darkness on a major arterial road driver had no hope of seeing him to final moment,its certainly not low impact by the damage,the pedestrian has paid the ultimate price for the human weakness of impatience.
Posted by slickmelb on January 17, 2013 03:31
@NomadJoe, can you tell me where you saw the 90km/h sign, I have only every seen 60.
Posted by Reader on January 17, 2013 07:50
Who is ''they,'' Reader? Do you mean Australians? Yes, ''they'' are sometimes bad drivers.
@ed, just for you, as I think most readers understood me, "they" = thais though some expats and tourists, are just as bad. How is your carping Ed, I noticed you didn't post my comment.
Posted by Reader on January 17, 2013 10:00
Apart from the vindictive ones, all of your comments lately have been posted, Reader. Please sort out what you mean by ''they'' in future or readers might conclude you are a bigot.
"The speed limit in that are is 90, but 150 is common."
Posted by stevenl on January 17, 2013 10:17
I am in my self contained metal box/riding my motorbike at whatsoever speed I want and to hell with you soft machines.
Posted by findlay on January 18, 2013 22:10
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