Saturday morning, a 'hundred days after the funeral party.' A few people staggering through the neighborhood.
Saturday evening a party across the street. Quite a few visitors. It was all very hush hush. I was able to sleep undisturbed.
Sunday, Joey went to vote around noon at a nearby school. Voting at that time was very light.
Exit polls were being broadcast after the polls closed at three.
The pie chart representing North East Thailand seemed over 90% RED.
Pheu Thai wins 101 seats in NE Bangkok Post
(of 126 seats)
They're calling it a landslide, I'd say it was more of an Avalanche.
Predictions, some declaring imminent disaster, are running rampant on the net.
The election promise to devalue the Thai Baht perked my interest, it is of course something I would look forward to.
The rich aren't going to stand for that unless they have their bank accounts overseas.
Pensioners will of course love it!! I would!!
Prior to the elections Sakon Nakhon province was near the top of the list "where pre- and election violence may take place."
Didn't hear of any. (insert Applause here!!)