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  1. Yeah doing good. Music is good and I have had a bit of success gonna take a trip back to Thailand after Xmas so came back to have a look. Yeah I miss the old TF community. Think Facebook changed it all. Good to see some old friends are still here.

  2. Hey you how you doing, not been here much on TF. Hope your good.

  3. Yeah will have my laptop and a small cd pouch. Always got some tunage on me.
  4. haha then no one gonna come! ;-)
  5. Thanks all of you for your Ideas. Last time I visited Aomlovely organised a meal for me which was a great evening, so I hope to meet up with a few of you when I am in BKK, I will be keeping in touch with Iain so I am going to live dangerously and let him organise a get together for me. Jos_38 thanks, Flower festival and Chiang Khan sound perfect for me and my camera great ideas thank you.
  6. So I'm finally going to take some time off and return to Thailand in January or February next year. Nothing booked yet but want to know if there is any festivals or events I should plan my trip around. Planning to visit Chiang Mai and BKK and maybe Cambodia. Not interested in bars or beaches just relaxing places and good food. Any advice welcome thank you.
  7. So I'm finally going to take some time off and return to Thailand in January or February next year. Nothing booked yet but want to know if there is any festivals or events I should plan my trip around. Planning to visit Chiang Mai and BKK and maybe Cambodia. Not interested in bars or beaches just relaxing places and good food. Any advice welcome thank you.
  8. shortyg

    Selamat Berpuasa :)

    My friend Zak and his family will fast and when he finishes we will party!
  9. Live for now not for then!
  10. My sister was to be married next year, sadly my mum was diagnosed with terminal cancer this year. My sister immediately moved the wedding to the nearest day we could fit it in, this was 6 weeks after they said my mum was teminal. The night before the wedding my mum took a turn for the worse, in the morning my sister went to cancel her wedding but my mum insisted she went ahead with it. We had the ceremony and the reception with friends and family taking turns to come back to the house and sit with my mum. She was so happy to have a all the family together to see us dressed for the wedding and to share the moment with us. The next evening we all stayed with my mum and about midnight I gave her a kiss on the cheek and said goodnight, by this point she had stopped eating and drinking and was already in a coma from the drugs. Ten minutes later I had a knock on the door saying she had passed away. She was happy she got to see my sister married and share that with her family. I will never again think a wedding is just for the husband and bride. For this reason I feel you will have the rest of your life with your partner so maybe give the family that one day.
  11. The other day I got a call asking if I could help out with his music festival in aid of Cancer Research in the UK. I dont have to go on about what an important charity this is. Many people have lost someone from Cancer at one time or another myself included so I was more than happy to give a little time to design some flyers with the Charity Colours and provide some acts from my record label. If your in London over this weekend why not come along and hear some great music from world famous DJ's like Norman Jay and Phil Asher and live acts including the incredible Omar oh yeah I will be spinning some of my new productions as Electric Boogie. It's only £5 entry and all of that goes to charity which really is not a lot for a festival of this size and quality. you can click the image to join the facbook page if you want Hope some of you can make it and if you cant just let others know it all helps. Thanks
  12. The other day I got a call asking if I could help out with his music festival in aid of Cancer Research in the UK. I dont have to go on about what an important charity this is. Many people have lost someone from Cancer at one time or another myself included so I was more than happy to give a little time to design some flyers with the Charity Colours and provide some acts from my record label. If your in London over this weekend why not come along and hear some great music from world famous DJ's like Norman Jay and Phil Asher and live acts including the incredible Omar oh yeah I will be spinning some of my new productions as Electric Boogie. It's only £5 entry and all of that goes to charity which really is not a lot for a festival of this size and quality. you can click the image to join the facbook page if you want Hope some of you can make it and if you cant just let others know it all helps. Thanks
  13. A MAN in Thailand was rumbled trying to smuggle baby leopards, panthers, a bear and monkeys in his luggage. The first-class passenger was nabbed while waiting to check-in for a flight to Dubai at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport. Undercover officers had been following the 36-year-old UAE resident since he bought the animals illegally on the black market. When the officers opened his suitcases they found two leopards, two panthers, an Asiatic black bear and two macaque monkeys. Cruel ... panther cubs were found in the man's luggage Steven Galster, the head of an anti-trafficking group, said: "It looked like they had sedated the animals and had them in flat cages so they couldn't move around much." Authorities believe the man was part of a trafficking network and were searching for suspected accomplices. Mr Galster continued: "It was a very sophisticated smuggling operation. We've never seen one like this before. "The guy had a virtual zoo in his suitcases. "We haven't seen this mixture (of animals) before, it's amazing. We were really surprised." The animals are worth £3000 on the black market in Thailand but would be worth much more in Dubai where there is a growing trend of owning wild animals as pets. Full article here http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3578866/Man-caught-with-zoo-in-suitcase.html
  14. A MAN in Thailand was rumbled trying to smuggle baby leopards, panthers, a bear and monkeys in his luggage. The first-class passenger was nabbed while waiting to check-in for a flight to Dubai at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport. Undercover officers had been following the 36-year-old UAE resident since he bought the animals illegally on the black market. When the officers opened his suitcases they found two leopards, two panthers, an Asiatic black bear and two macaque monkeys. Cruel ... panther cubs were found in the man's luggage Steven Galster, the head of an anti-trafficking group, said: "It looked like they had sedated the animals and had them in flat cages so they couldn't move around much." Authorities believe the man was part of a trafficking network and were searching for suspected accomplices. Mr Galster continued: "It was a very sophisticated smuggling operation. We've never seen one like this before. "The guy had a virtual zoo in his suitcases. "We haven't seen this mixture (of animals) before, it's amazing. We were really surprised." The animals are worth £3000 on the black market in Thailand but would be worth much more in Dubai where there is a growing trend of owning wild animals as pets. Full article here http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3578866/Man-caught-with-zoo-in-suitcase.html
  15. I used to work In Oxford Circus and Oxford street can be crazy busy, I would learn some of the back streets on both sides of Oxford street it will make your life easier going to school everyday. Also buy a small A to Z book (just ask for one in any book shop and most news paper shops) it will help you a lot.
  16. London Says Welcome!

  17. I Live in London. Feel free to ask me for any recommendations of things to do. Hope you have a nice time here.
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    this is croatia

    Will be playing at the Garden festival in Petcrane. We took our band killer whale last year this year we are taking Odyssey it's the best festival I have ever been to beautiful weather and great people on a beautiful sea.
  19. Tonight my friends and I danced and prayed for Japan. the dj's played for free and we all gave money with every drink we had.. many Japanese in London came to dance with us it was a great night
  20. The word Famous Basement Jaxx have come forward to help us with our event on Friday night. Here is the article posted about it on mixmag magazines website yesterday! Following the horrendous natural disaster in Japan last week, one London promoter has put together a huge fundraising event in aid of the people affected. Taking place this Friday March 18 at Plastic People, A Dance For Japan gives you the chance to give a little and hopefully help make a huge difference, and a host of superstar DJs are set to play One of a string of events taking place in London, New York and Chicago, A Dance For Japan will see Basement Jaxxs Felix B, Ashley Beedle, Faze Action, Yam Who? and more all gracing the decks. There are no tickets for the event, but party-goers are being invited to donate 10-15 in aid what is an extremely good cause. Two charities have been selected to receive money raised from the appeal. Door donations will go to Japan Red Cross, while online offerings will go to GlobalGiving, who are working with the International Medical Corps, Save the Children, and other organizations on the ground in Japan. All DJs have donated their time for free and have a strong tie to Japan through touring, fans, family and friends be there and donate your dancing shoes to people who matter. For online donations head to: http://www.justgiving.com/danceforjapan/ For more information on the event click here.
  21. The word Famous Basement Jaxx have come forward to help us with our event on Friday night. Here is the article posted about it on mixmag magazines website yesterday! Following the horrendous natural disaster in Japan last week, one London promoter has put together a huge fundraising event in aid of the people affected. Taking place this Friday March 18 at Plastic People, A Dance For Japan gives you the chance to give a little and hopefully help make a huge difference, and a host of superstar DJs are set to play One of a string of events taking place in London, New York and Chicago, A Dance For Japan will see Basement Jaxxs Felix B, Ashley Beedle, Faze Action, Yam Who? and more all gracing the decks. There are no tickets for the event, but party-goers are being invited to donate 10-15 in aid what is an extremely good cause. Two charities have been selected to receive money raised from the appeal. Door donations will go to Japan Red Cross, while online offerings will go to GlobalGiving, who are working with the International Medical Corps, Save the Children, and other organizations on the ground in Japan. All DJs have donated their time for free and have a strong tie to Japan through touring, fans, family and friends be there and donate your dancing shoes to people who matter. For online donations head to: http://www.justgiving.com/danceforjapan/ For more information on the event click here.
  22. My Friend Andy is hosting a night at Plastic People in London to help Aid the Japanese victims of recent events.. I know most of you are not in London but you can still support this event by sharing it with people you know from London. Here are the details A DANCE FOR JAPAN Ashley Beedle Leo Zero Faze Action Yam Who? The Cosmic Truth Toni Rossano Toru Yo Andy Newcombe Following the tragic events that have unfolded in Japan over the last few days we have gathered together a group of DJs to bring you a Dance For Japan to raise money for the Japan earthquake and tsunami appeal. All the DJs who have donated their time for free have a connection to Japan whether it's through touring, family, friends or being from Japan. Please join us and support this very worthy cause. All door donations and money raised will go to the Japan earthquake and tsunami appeal. 10pm - 3am Door donation 5 - 10 - ? Please give generously. Facebook page is here http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=208602375818772 Money can also be donated on this site http://www.justgiving.com/danceforjapan/ If you care, share
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    A dance for Japan

    My Friend Andy is hosting a night at Plastic People in London to help Aid the Japanese victims of recent events.. I know most of you are not in London but you can still support this event by sharing it with people you know from London. Here are the details A DANCE FOR JAPAN Ashley Beedle Leo Zero Faze Action Yam Who? The Cosmic Truth Toni Rossano Toru Yo Andy Newcombe Following the tragic events that have unfolded in Japan over the last few days we have gathered together a group of DJs to bring you a Dance For Japan to raise money for the Japan earthquake and tsunami appeal. All the DJs who have donated their time for free have a connection to Japan whether it's through touring, family, friends or being from Japan. Please join us and support this very worthy cause. All door donations and money raised will go to the Japan earthquake and tsunami appeal. 10pm - 3am Door donation 5 - 10 - ? Please give generously. Facebook page is here http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=208602375818772 Money can also be donated on this site http://www.justgiving.com/danceforjapan/ If you care, share
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