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GMT | Covid update, monkey business, Thai gold | July 27


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GOOD MORNING THAILAND Tim and Jay go through the news in Thailand from the past 24 hours. It was a public holiday yesterday, so no program. Today we check out the monkey invasion, the drop of the Thai baht, the Sandbox Paradox and a South Korean TV station gaff at the opening of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. We also react to your comments on Thaiger Talk and our YouTube channel.

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Great show.  I miss the live show but will adjust.   I don't understand why so many people are unhappy with the Phuket sandbox. I came to Thailand in February and did 2 weeks in one ASQ room in the Bangkok Asoke area. But then I was able to go to pristine beaches, eat great food and enjoy everything Thailand offers. I am coming back in October, staying at an SHA hotel, and then I will go back to Bangkok. I plan to stay 6 months. I'm hoping the Thais get vaccinated soon and the anti-vax movement does not pollute Thailand. In America, it is absolutely remarkable that so many intelligent people believe all the anti-vax BS. It's going to get much worse in US so I am OK with staying in Thailand for a good long bit. My two cents.

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