Belgian Guy in Trouble

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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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Concerned about what? He's dead. What exactly are you digging into and why?
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Sweet Lemon wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:17 am Concerned about what? He's dead. What exactly are you digging into and why?
I think it's pretty normal for friends and family who lose a loved-one under dodgy circumstances to try and find out what happened. :(
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General Mackevili wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:57 am

I think it's pretty normal for friends and family who lose a loved-one under dodgy circumstances to try and find out what happened. :(
What's dodgy about a sick guy living on the streets dying?
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Everyone loves a mystery
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Sweet Lemon wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 4:03 am
General Mackevili wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:57 am

I think it's pretty normal for friends and family who lose a loved-one under dodgy circumstances to try and find out what happened. :(
What's dodgy about a sick guy living on the streets dying?
You're right, nothing dodgy about your friend dying under unknown circumstances and Kenyans calling you around the same time asking you for help on their behalf. Carry on, nothing to see here.
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after seeing the photo I met this guy and know a few people that were trying to help him. no doubt he had good intentions but he was past the stage of being able to help himself. nice guy but you cant help people that arent willing to help themselves and take advantage of help offered. maybe he just couldnt think clearly because he wasnt eating properly and was stressed
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Splashback wrote: Fri Jan 10, 2020 8:23 pm Mishmash is a troll and the Original Poster, so he's a trollOP.

You don't have a direct line to Hun Manet. If u were the sort of person who would boast about that publically, u just wouldn't get the contact to begin with. And to put contact details of people you're supposedly doing business with on a public forum... Outrageous professional behavior. And now you kick around with the boys from 911 or whatever. Yeah right, mate.

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It's not clear at all what Mishmash is but Splashback is not too aggressive with the subject imho. Hard to nail down a slippery fella (fellurs?) like Mishmash and he/they are bold and display incongruent flair after getting many digital nosebleeds. Nothing matches about Mishmash and yet he's adding away like 30-50 posts a day here. Ah, yes, such a community oriented kind of man he is. Humdrum about it all and loquacious at the same time?! Can't stop won't stop!
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I take Mish at face value.
Nothing i have seen indicates he is a special forces wannabe, or similar - at all.

And that is coming from someone, who although we have become friends, differs on just about every view of his. (except basic values).
I believe i would smell him a mile away if he was phoney.
Don't mistake a bit of enthusiasm, and a bit of artistic language to put some colour and life onto the pages, as big talking bullshit - or even exaggeration.
I do the same thing talking about nature.

If you can't accept there are some strange stories, and some very real, interesting characters in Cambodia you are missing out on a lot. The place is full of them.
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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SternAAlbifrons wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:35 am I take Mish at face value.
Nothing i have seen indicates he is a special forces wannabe, or similar - at all.

And that is coming from someone, who although we have become friends, differs on just about every view of his. (except basic values).
I believe i would smell him a mile away if he was phoney.
Don't mistake a bit of enthusiasm, and a bit of artistic language to put some colour and life onto the pages, as big talking bullshit - or even exaggeration.
I do the same thing talking about nature.

If you can't accept there are some strange stories, and some very real, interesting characters in Cambodia you are missing out on a lot. The place is full of them.
Some people just can't accept facts.

Here are some photos of old mish down at the NCTSF.

I set up this system with the help of the AUS and US Defense Attaches before the Chinese took over the military training.

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and here presenting some gifts with the AUS Defense attache at the National Defense University

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More recently - here are some of the guys and the last one is my best friend receiving the gifts from Hun Manet and the NCTSF for his baby boy.

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