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Izi last won the day on July 14 2016

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  1. You are exactly right. All this doom and gloom was just that d & g. More likely bought and paid for 5th column work. Especially the BBC
  2. 1000' is quite a lot. That would give you a good angle. It is just that I drive down the road in places like Arizona. New Mexico or Utah and I see the stratification of the rock. You can see that it goes on for miles angled into the ground. It can be high above the ground level and it is obvious that is going deep, deep, deep. Hard to get my head around how you could angle around it. Although if there is something valuable down there then there is always a way. Bet your boots on it.
  3. This stuff is why I thought an Oil and Gas permanent thread would be good.
  4. But the rock is in layers right? So how can you go sideways to avoid it. It could be miles to go around it if it is even possible?
  5. Wow!! That is interesting. I always imagined that they drilled much more than that in a day. Is it because they hit hard rock? I am sure that soft soil isn't 3 feet a day. What kind of rock is it?
  6. Exactly! I thought it went back further than that but then I read about Rockefeller and was left scratching my head. It was a boring book anyway and I bet JD was just as boring in real life. I was given he had the personality of a clam.
  7. I don't think the girl in the profile is the creature in the hotel. I think the photos are of a real girl. It is just a con. Mind you imagine being confronted by this late night horror movie monster:- http://pattayaone.net/pattaya-news/225344/facebook-f-turns/
  8. That was interesting. I read a biography of John D. Rockefeller some years ago that really gave him almost sole credit for the oil industry. Some truth in that but obviously only half the truth.
  9. Those eggs need flipping - over easy as we say here. The sausages look like they need a bit longer too.
  10. Looks like I have cracked this even further. Qatar with my 74,000 Wells Fargo points gets me a business class ticket with GREAT connections for $2500 !! No limo with them though but who cares I am saving $1300 over Etihad (which btw I was happy with at $3800). So $100 to park the rig and about $200 for taxis. I win.
  11. I used the Emirates chauffer service upon my return in March. Ran me about 60 miles in comfort into the sticks of south Ft Worth. Etihad and Emirates will provide a chauffer driven limo or similar to take you to the airport. There and back both ends. All you need is a first or business class ticket. If the layover in Abu Dhabi or Dubai is too long they provide a luxury hotel too and the cost of any visa, they basically pick up the tab. The Bangkok end does me no good at all but it is great on the American side. All bookable from the websites. So long as you are no more than 70 miles away you are in like Flynn.
  12. Good idea - in essence. Unfortunately not really practical. I have 3 maybe 4 of us and a ton of clothes, toys and even apartment stuff to haul. Eventually we are going to find a storage bay, I have my eye on one close by to Pratamnak. This is just something I have to do. I commited to this family thing and I am not going to be a quitter. I am doing my best to make life a little easier for them and I guess if I have to drive out there and back 2 times I will just have to deal with it. Such is life sigh.
  13. Dude that drive out to Issan is a chore. I could use cruise going out there. Not around the cities of course but I wouldn't do that anyway.
  14. I'll bear that in mind. I rent a car for 2 months when I come in January. We'll see. How is your insurance? Is the mileage unlimited? Do they have cruise?
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