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Wednesday, November 30, 2005


Kookie's gone - now what??

Darn, I hate when this happens.

We hurried across the street this evening eagerly anticipating our weekly feast at Club New Pattaya. I could taste the chillies even before we got through the door, and was wondering what Kookie might prepare for us this evening.

There were only a few customers inside ... very strange. Now we know why.

We were told that Kookie has quit and gone back to Thailand.

She can't do this to us! We willingly braved tobacco fumes, loud music and karoke because we could enjoy the best Thai cuisine on the island.

No fair, now all we have is the fumes and music.


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