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It was her first time taking the train and a ride that should have been bursting with teenage excitement quickly ended in a tragedy. 13-year-old Nong Kaem was raped, strangled and thrown from an overnight train in southern Thailand as she traveled with her two sisters.

"She wanted to be an angel, she wanted to be an air hostess," her mother said of Kaem. "If she was still here I would do everything to support her, but now I have nothing left."

Police named Kaem's alleged murderer as a 22-year-old railway employee who admitted to carrying the sleeping child to another carriage where he raped and strangled her, before throwing her lifeless body out the window. He has been charged with murder, rape of a child under 15 years old and theft.

Activists are using the case to call for tougher charges for child rape, which currently carries a jail term of four to 20 years and a fine of up to 40,000 baht ($1,200).

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So fucked up! Boys there grow up thinking it's OK to hit, slap, rape or whatever. You have no idea how many girls tell me of their stories and they don't do anything about it because the police are lazy and the system inept. It's a culture of the boy is a little king free to do what he wants while girls are made to go sell themselves for a family TV. 
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TIL that the name "Who" got hijacked by a friggin' boy band. Nothing sacred anymore. Townshend should windmill a guitar up their asses for this. 
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You cynics out there had better not read this article about one of the heroes of our age, Dean Kamen, whose new water-distillation machines may provide healthy supplies to hundreds of millions of needy people, slashing disease rates and even preventing war.  Kamen’s knack for making money while attacking “impossible problems” goes way back.  His FIRST Robotics League has made nerdy inventiveness cool and high-status and fun on 5000+ high school campuses.

Guys like him — and Elon Musk and Steve Jobs and others — prove that it’s not about left-vs-right.  It is about deciding to be confident problem solvers, helping us all to win the positive sum games.

Too many cynics  are out there, denouncing pragmatism and negotiation and hope.  Many of you reading this right now…

http://www.popsci.com/article/science/pure-genius-how-dean-kamens-invention-could-bring-clean-water-millions?dom=PSC&loc=slider&lnk=1&con=IMG
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Spot on. Except that I don't find budu and cencalok a complete turn off...
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Awesome troll

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OK, definitely disturbing...
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This place is awesome. It's their first day of opening, when you'd expect a lot of problems but so far aside from a couple of hiccups like them running out of rice for a while, everything's been perfect. And that extends to the food too. Thai style short ribs done to dripping perfection. Som tum with German-style roast pork. Milky tom yum that acts as a beautiful foil to the rice. And that rice, oh that rice. Smaller grain than usual, cooked such that you can feel every grain falling apart in your mouth. Ain't no low carb diet that can resist this.

Seriously folks, if y'all are in the Siam area, make a point of visiting this place. It's just next to the Siam BTS station, in the new Siam Square One building. It's a branch of an old Thai restaurant of the same name in an older part of Bangkok and this is their first venture out of their flagship restaurant. Judging by the results I'm seeing here, they've done a good job of it too. 
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wah the food looks extremely good when im so hungry!
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You can't unsee this.
 
在PS还没有盛行的年代,要这样拍海报。
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Seriously, if true, this is one of the more bone-headed decisions you've made +Google +YouTube ...

Everybody else, don't be afraid to remind them of this.
Ugly dispute with indie labels is provoking anger online, so what are the facts – and rumours – about YouTube's streaming plans?• YouTube to block indie labels who don't sign up to new service
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Does sound stupid.... I hope it isn't for real.
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Known elsewhere online as feicipet.
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I drove from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok. 1500 kilometers, 16 hours, 17 bottles of Red Bull.
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Very nice decor and very nice food. I went in blind as I was just pulled into a late dinner, but didn't regret it. My friend ordered a steak for me, which came perfectly medium rare.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Specializes in mussels, which they do pretty well indeed. Unfortunately, that's the only thing that they do well. Almost everything else that came out of their kitchen was just so-so at best. OK if you're really focused for your dinner.
Food: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place should be called Ra-Men Bankara. Pretty awesome ramen. We only tried their namesake ramen and it was darned good.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Good coffee, decent enough chow, but I had heard a lot about this place and it's kind of ordinary to receive that much hype. I'd file it under a place I'd walk into if I was in the neighborhood with nothing much else to do, but that's about it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Can't comment so much on the sushi as I don't nearly eat enough to know the difference. But the teppanyaki pork loin, tonkatsu and chashu ramen was outstanding. Service was very attentive, but there was some miscommunication about what we ordered due to the waitress assuming what we wanted without actually looking at the menu.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pretty decent place for a beer after work, especially when it's freshly brewed right onsite.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago