Jump to content

Stramash

OG
  • Content Count

    19,346
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    9

Everything posted by Stramash

  1. Me too. But some of the expats are right arseholes (not ones called Rob)
  2. And that attitude is why 90% of the world think you are wankers and why we are laughing as your country slowly imploded. First secession in USA by 2040 max
  3. Stramash

    Incident Report

    Rob has a very shiny helmet
  4. There are plans for a new culinary venture in Bangkok that may have netizens and animal lovers alike reaching for their keyboards in indignation. Controversial South African chef Pieter Van Grap plans on opening his new high end venue ‘Rariteit’ (‘Rarity’ In Afrikaans) sometime in September 2013 with negotiations at an advanced stage for a central location Van Grap himself describes as ‘simply stunning with unrivalled cityscape views’. So what exactly is the controversy surrounding a new eatery in a city renowned for fusion and experimentation existing alongside traditional menus? Quite simp
  5. [h=1]Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami[/h]Mayor of Namie invites Google's cameras in to stop world forgetting twin disasters of tsunami then nuclear meltdown The Fukushima town of Namie, captured by Google Street View. Photograph: Google Two years after Fukushima's triple nuclear meltdown forced tens of thousands of residents to flee, it is possible to take a virtual journey deep into the exclusion zone to one of the towns they left behind. Google Street View has published striking images of the devastation visited on Namie by the March 2011 tsunami and nuc
  6. [h=1]Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami[/h]Mayor of Namie invites Google's cameras in to stop world forgetting twin disasters of tsunami then nuclear meltdown The Fukushima town of Namie, captured by Google Street View. Photograph: Google Two years after Fukushima's triple nuclear meltdown forced tens of thousands of residents to flee, it is possible to take a virtual journey deep into the exclusion zone to one of the towns they left behind. Google Street View has published striking images of the devastation visited on Namie by the March 2011 tsunami and nuc
  7. Have to say; loving this cover version. :twisted::twisted:
  8. Have to say; loving this cover version. :twisted::twisted:
  9. It has been relatively calm recently. Though saying that, there's the red shirt rally on 11/4 and there is supposedly an announcement from the electoral commission this week regarding fraud in the recent gubernatorial election so you never know what... *heads downstairs to stock up on water and noodles*
  10. Am ALWAYS stocked up on them. Sadly, one is always being replaced but the other pile stays the same
  11. Political conflict?? ****, what did I miss? *rushes down to 7/11 and stocks up on water and noodles*
  12. Stramash

    The Longest Walk

    The walking or the beard growing?
  13. Far too scientific. They sent round the google street view car, then counted all the smiles.
  14. The purrfect lunchtime snack/lottery predictor
  15. To be fair, I think he was more talking about the health risks from the crap in the seafood than the human cost. But your point does have validity; too many consumers do not consider the human and ecological costs of what is on their plate.
  16. Stramash

    patong

    Night life? Scams, ladyboy gangs, drunken violence, cheap women etc etc
×
×
  • Create New...