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Lot sixty goods
Vendors at the Boroko market are greeted every morning by a gentleman speaking through a hailer. In laying down the ground rules he said only vegetables, and fruits will only be sold at the market. Other items like betel nuts, cigarettes, and lot sixty goods were prohibited.
Boroko market teachers
Meanwhile women who stand on the road side holding white board markers are referred to as teachers. These are not the average teachers in the classroom. These women run after trucks to mark their goodie bags. It’s a first-come first-serve basis.
Hunters Loss
The Hunters suffered another heavy defeat to the Townsville Blackhawks on Saturday. Our boys showed glimpses of their potential in the match only to be outdone by silly errors, and poor execution of set plays. Throw in a couple of dubious calls from the referees as well. Try harder next time boys.
Different sim
A gentleman queued up at a mobile operator kiosk in Vision city to register his sim card. When he reached the end of the line he showed his sim card and ID. But the customer service lady told him to join the line at the other booth as he had a different sim card.
Hello Hawaii
A journalist on route to Hawaii expected to see passengers board the Honolulu bound on flight wearing Hawaii shirts, shorts and slippers – just like in the movies. Instead he saw many wearing sweaters, and jackets. Don’t believe everything you see in the movies. And no there was nobody playing the ukulele on the plane.
Top quote
The Media has a big responsibility to life and safety in our Country. Fake News has contributed greatly to the anger and rage that has built up over many years. News coverage has got to start being fair, balanced and unbiased, or these terrible problems will only get worse!” US President Donald Trump.

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