The people on this forum aren't all from CM and confirm the same batch and expiration date, just different serial number as you would expect.
As for @gummy you can contact him. I've said all there is to say publicly about that.
And I maintain that my initial point was simple. All the rest is in response to your compulsion to pick everything apart, often seen by 3 or 4 consecutive (hidden) posts, without anyone else even talking.
I would suggest that you think a bit more before you unnecessarily pick everything apart, as that is what creates the problems that you now pretend to be so worried about. My initial post was not about any of this, until you made it so.
That’s a major part of the problem, adding news cables without removing old faulty ones or fixing joints. Much of the telecoms infrastructure (that’s what a majority of these cables are) even in developed countries can be a nightmare. If you were to look in the underground ducts or street cabinets in many parts of the U.K. you would see a total mess. Many years ago I worked for a Telco in the US and they had a simple rule for people wishing to install a new cable. Find one of your existing unused or redundant cables and remove or re-use that before you can add another. Its like most things that are wrong in Thailand, it’s done by everyday Thais not giving a damn then blaming it on authorities and government.
Afraid not. I can't cope with the often "pure randomness" element of the game. Of course, if it were like real life and I was being paid £2 mill a year for being an absolutely crap manager and getting huge pay-outs every time I got sacked, I'd ask, "Where do I sign"?
I'm not calling other people "dumb" but some have posted here that they took "a different route" instead of the government one, thinking it was the best solution, and they ended up with Sinovac when if they'd waited three weeks they'd have had Pfizer - and then weren't able to get Pfizer (or Moderna) as a booster, even though they'd registered for it.
I can't post a link to that because the forum has "SERVER problems" at the moment so the search engine isn't working properly, but some people do take advice from others here and yours could cause people serious problems - "politely declining" a MOPH Immunization Centre shot that you've applied for is registered by the MOPH, and it may be an issue when you register again - equally it may not, but I don't know and I think it would be absolutely stupid to ignore that possibility.
I have no idea if it was as a result of your previous bad advice or not, and I'm not suggesting it was directly, but this sort of dangerous and uninformed, totally unsupported advice can have unpleasant consequences for others.
If you don't care about that, up to you.