Thai Tarot event at Maephim

ดูดวงไพ่ไทย - Thai Tarot Cards

Because of the great demand the event of our Thai Tarot Cards reader Donnaya Jirarattapat will be extended until the weekend!!

Restaurant E-Minor, Laem Maephim beach, Klaeng, Rayong.
สวัสดีค่ะ ทุกท่าน ณ หาดแม่พิมพ์ หมอดู ดนยา มาแล้วค่ะ คิดถึงเพื่อนๆ มีเวลามาทักทายกันบ้างนะคะ พร้อมเสมอเปิดทางสว่างกับทุกท่าน เชิญได้ที่ร้าน E minor หน้าหาดแม่พิมพ์ หรือ โทร 083 895114

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Magic coming – Thai Tarot cards at Maephim

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You want to know your future, luck or any other things about your life?
Donna, a well known fortune teller from Bkk can read Thai Tarot cards for you, she gives a special guest performance here at E-Minor the next 3 days!
สวัสดีค่ะ ทุกท่าน ณ หาดแม่พิมพ์ หมอดู ดนยา มาแล้วค่ะ คิดถึงเพื่อนๆ มีเวลามาทักทายกันบ้างนะคะ พร้อมเสมอเปิดทางสว่างกับทุกท่าน เชิญได้ที่ร้าน E minor หน้าหาดแม่พิมพ์ หรือ โทร 083 8951147

Land for sale near Maephim

Wonderful land between Sukhumvit and Maephim for sale!
5rai 40wa for 7.5 million ฿ !!
Unbeatable price 1.5 million ฿ 1rai!!!
Wooden furnished guest house there already, toilets, electric and water installed already.
Chanot with splitting the land done already.
Contact me with PM.
Thai contact :
ที่สวยใกล้หาดแม่พิมพ์ระยอง ขายค่ะ สนใจ โทร 083 8951147 k.ดนยา

#landforsale #property #Maephim #Klaeng #Rayong #Thailand

For a friend:Wonderful land between Sukhumvit and Maephim for sale! 5rai 40wa for 7.5 million ฿ !!Unbeatable price…

Posted by Thomas Graner on Tuesday, October 3, 2017

LADIES NIGHT !!

https://www.facebook.com/events/272270539957890/

คืนผู้หญิง – Ladies Night
Every Lady get 2 coctails for free !!!
คุณผู้หญิงจะได้ดื่มค๊อกเทลฟรีสองดื่ม
Music – Fun – Good Mood
เพลง – สนุก – อารมณ์ดี
Gentlemen welcome,too..hehehe
😍🤣😘😻💖💞🍸🍹

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Ladies Night at E-Minor, Maephim

Maephim and E-Minor on Minds

You can register for free, click the link below:

Maephim and E-Minor at Minds.com

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Maephim and E-Minor on Minds.com the new social network where you get paid for you activity

 

As if there weren’t enough social networks out there, here’s another new social network. But this one hopes to attract the likes of online freedom activists, and it even wrangled the attention of Anonymous.

Minds.com is a social network like most others: It lets users share links as well as their thoughts with their followers via the usual status updates.

But Minds, which officially launched both its desktop and mobile apps today, hopes to entice users given its promise of security. The program is completely open source and encrypts all private messages sent between users.

“Our stance is the users deserve the control of social media in every sense,” Minds’ founder Bill Ottman told Business Insider.

This distinguishes itself from Facebook, which has long had questionable privacy practices.

Minds also promises to use a de-mystified algorithm to boost content. Facebook for years has been changing which content gets pushed onto people’s newsfeed, which has ultimately resulted in a huge decline of organic reach. Instead of remaining a mystery to its users, Minds’ algorithm works by giving users more reach the more they post. People using Minds are then able to pick and choose which post they want more prominently displayed throughout the website.

As Ottman explained it, this allows users on Minds to “earn virality.”

minds.com BIA screenshot of Minds’ mobile appMinds.com

The website has been testing interfaces for a couple of years now. Without a formal ‘launch’ Ottman told Business Insider that it gained 60 million visits. A great deal of the users who turned to Minds, said Ottman, were those “interested in alternative media.” These are people with interests like online freedom and citizen journalism.

Through these trials over the last years Minds has attracted a core group of online activists. In fact, the Anonymous Art of Revolution Facebook page — which has over 1 million followers — has called for a hackathon to build on Mind’s code.

“Anonymous is initiating a call to hackers, designers, creators and programmers to unite worldwide. Let us collaborate on the code of Minds.com and build a top site that is truly of the people, by the people and for the people,” this Anonymous-affiliated page posted.

Whether or not this will help Minds gain a core audience remains to be seen. Every few months a new program launches — be it Ello or Yo — promising to be different better than the likes of Facebook. Minds thinks its focus on privacy and trust will help it differentiate itself from other Facebook alternatives.

As if there weren’t enough social networks out there, here’s another new social network. But this one hopes to attract the likes of online freedom activists, and it even wrangled the attention of Anonymous.

Minds.com is a social network like most others: It lets users share links as well as their thoughts with their followers via the usual status updates.

But Minds, which officially launched both its desktop and mobile apps today, hopes to entice users given its promise of security. The program is completely open source and encrypts all private messages sent between users.

“Our stance is the users deserve the control of social media in every sense,” Minds’ founder Bill Ottman told Business Insider.

This distinguishes itself from Facebook, which has long had questionable privacy practices.

Minds also promises to use a de-mystified algorithm to boost content. Facebook for years has been changing which content gets pushed onto people’s newsfeed, which has ultimately resulted in a huge decline of organic reach. Instead of remaining a mystery to its users, Minds’ algorithm works by giving users more reach the more they post. People using Minds are then able to pick and choose which post they want more prominently displayed throughout the website.

As Ottman explained it, this allows users on Minds to “earn virality.”

 

The website has been testing interfaces for a couple of years now. Without a formal ‘launch’ Ottman told Business Insider that it gained 60 million visits. A great deal of the users who turned to Minds, said Ottman, were those “interested in alternative media.” These are people with interests like online freedom and citizen journalism.

Through these trials over the last years Minds has attracted a core group of online activists. In fact, the Anonymous Art of Revolution Facebook page — which has over 1 million followers — has called for a hackathon to build on Mind’s code.

“Anonymous is initiating a call to hackers, designers, creators and programmers to unite worldwide. Let us collaborate on the code of Minds.com and build a top site that is truly of the people, by the people and for the people,” this Anonymous-affiliated page posted.

Whether or not this will help Minds gain a core audience remains to be seen. Every few months a new program launches — be it Ello or Yo — promising to be different better than the likes of Facebook. Minds thinks its focus on privacy and trust will help it differentiate itself from other Facebook alternatives.

Pork Knuckle at Maephim

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Pork knuckles with Sauerkraut, Spätzle and gravy sauce.. 390 ฿ Have to order 1 day in advance! For takeaway or like today when sit in another restaurant like our friends today at The Castle. Thanks to Castle for the good teamwork! #porkknuckle #sauerkraut #maephim #laemmaephim #Klaeng #Rayong #Thailand #restaurant

Restaurant and BBQ Mae Phim,แหลมแม่พิมพ์ – Klaeng-แกลง, Thailand

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