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Mekong River's new aquamarine color may be sign of trouble

 

Fishing boats are moored in Mekong River, which has turned blue instead of its usual muddy color, in Nakhon Phanom province, northeastern Thailand Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. (AP Photo/Chessadaporn Buasai)

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World News

US House Speaker Pelosi rebukes reporter: 'Don't mess with me'

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., responds forcefully to a question from a reporter who asked if she hated President Trump, after announcing earlier that the House is moving forward to draft articles of impeachment against Trump, at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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 Health & Wellbeing

Old dogs, new tricks: 10,000 pets needed for science

Seattle (AP) — Can old dogs teach us new tricks? Scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. They hope to shed light on human longevity too.

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World Sports

Mourinho loses in Old Trafford return; Liverpool wins derby

Jose Mourinho was standing on the edge of his technical area near the halfway line when Manchester United midfielder Daniel James came sliding off the field and clattered head-first into the right knee of the Portuguese coach.

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 Automania

Is it time to retire?

Being one of a handful of race drivers who are still racing in their 70’s, some of my readers may find my exploits interesting. (If not, just move to the next item.)

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 Grapevine

The Changing World

Here are some predictions about how life in Thailand will change radically in the next 20 years.

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Book Review

Baldacci’s new thriller spooks and horrifies

David Baldacci made his literary debut in 1996 with a political thriller, “Absolute Power.” He has since written novels with blinding speed, many of them action thrillers featuring men with military backgrounds.

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 SNAP SHOTS

A few reader’s FAQ’s

Over the years, the questions I receive tend to be about fuzziness, and not really related to camera problems. I did get something new the other day, however. The reader went on to write, “Bought an S/H D 40 X. Lovely bit of equipment suitable for my needs.

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Prodigious feats

And all I ask is a tall ship…

 

Do you ever get that curious experience when for no apparent reason, a line of poetry, or a long-forgotten name or phrase drifts into your mind and catches you unawares?  This morning I was making some dog food in the kitchen, when John Masefield’s evocative line floated into my mind. And yes, since you asked, the food was intended for the dogs not for me, although I have occasionally tried those Pedigree Chum dog chews. They look a lot better than they taste, I can tell you. But of course, these things are rather subjective and you might be very fond of them.

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  Odds & Ends

Lobsterman rescues deer trapped in water off Maine coast

Harrington, Maine (AP) — A Maine lobsterman hauled in an unusual catch 5 miles off the coast — a live deer. Ren Dorr says he was setting traps when he saw a young deer Monday morning. He says the deer had given up swimming and was being carried farther offshore.

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Thailand News
UPDATE

PM Prayut leads volunteer activity to mark World Soil Day

BANGKOK (NNT) - Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, together with his wife, Naraporn Chan-o-cha, presided over a volunteer activity supported by people from different sectors to celebrate Father’s Day and World Soil Day on December 5 in Sanam Luang, Bangkok.

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Heart to Heart  

Still loving it

Dear Hillary,

I love your column. I have been coming to Asia from the US for almost 20 years. I bought a condo here, got a driver’s license, bought a car, and have a retirement visa. I even arranged my funeral, when that becomes necessary. I am continually amazed how stupid western men are when they come here. .

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Arts - Entertainment

Film Review: Hanks anchors a lovely Mister Rogers tale for adults

  

Director Marielle Heller frames “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” as if it were an episode of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” with miniature sets of cars and bridges to illustrate New York and Pittsburgh. Mr. Rogers, played with clear-eyed purpose by Tom Hanks, introduces the audience to the film’s protagonist, journalist Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), using his “picture window” in that all-too-familiar living room where he’s just changed into his sneakers and sweater. It’s even rated PG.

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Cartoons

 

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Science & Technology

China tests Mars lander in international cooperation push

   

Huailai, China (AP) — China showed off its Mars spacecraft during a landing test Thursday as the country pushes for inclusion in more global space projects.

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