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Your fault
If your SIM card is no longer working today, it has probably been deactivated. You did not register it before the deadline at midnight last night. Your fault.
Lost months
It’s October. Where did April, May, June, July, August, September go? Not funny, Covid-19.
Travel bubble
New Zealand and Australia are planning a travel bubble before Christmas allowing people living across the Tasman Sea to visit each other without having to quarantine at either end.
October surprise
From what PM Marape told us lately, border restriction will be eased from this month. We keep our fingers crossed.
Saving marriage
Some husbands may want to take this advice pasted on the back of a truck to heart. It may save their marriage. Just saying.
Body clock
Morning: Want to stay in bed but have to go to work. Afternoon: Can’t wait for the night to come to hit the sack. Night: Can’t sleep. Sounds familiar?
Power cut
Colleague is grateful to PNG Power for the power cut just after noon yesterday as it cut off the televised US presidential debate which at that stage was getting boring and chaotic. What a relief.
Frustrated Yankees
Just 20 minutes into the televised debate between US President Donald Trump and his rival Joe Biden yesterday, the NZ Herald reported that Google Trends was showing a substantial rise in the search on “how to move to New Zealand”.
More burden
So City Hall is now also taking over the running of schools in the capital city, on top of its other civic responsibilities. It has to first deal with the buai problem it had been promising ratepayers for years.
Top quote
“Life has dark moments and it is out of darkness that we often find our greatest beauties and strengths.” – Bryant MacGill

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