I agree with you ,i have never seen dual pricing in the UK, as for Thailand,maybe i cannot avoid dual pricing in hospitals, as for other venues they can stick it, i refuse to be treated that way and happy to give places a miss, they lose out not me,i will spend my money elsewhere. It's nothing to do with money i can pay but won't,it's the pure greed i cannot stand and discrimination against me as guest expat in this country.
I like the way you put it, KC, all the Good Luck sentiments on this thread have been a bit overdone. Nice to see some honesty for a change
Just finished watching The Toon vs. Leeds, what a cracker of a game. Just realised I didn’t have any players in it.
Nice pick with Saint-Maximin, by the way. I almost bought him, but I decided to stick with Toney. Now, watch Toney blank again this week…
A couple of quirky indie films
Little Miss Sunshine (2006). Esp. Toni Colette who was great in the Aussie 1996 movie Cosi
The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) with Paul Rudd
Bot sure if they are truly indie films but not big budget nor too superficial
If you like opera Cosi is a must and the inmates lead by Barry Otto Re brilliant
He lives and works in thailand and has been fighting the case for two years so he must be legally resident and must also have a valid work permit or he could not take the case to court.
The pricing difference appears to be based on nationality.