Colleague is wondering what else to watch this weekend as both the NRL and Rugby Championship live matches have ended for the season. And he detests watching fake wrestling, boring motor racing and cycling contests.
Little sign that the people are willing to obey the new public health safety measures announced last week to stop the spread of the Covid-19. So frustrating for the authorities.
Road transport officers checking vehicles at the Eight-Mile checkpoint in Moresby North-East just ignore the bus passengers not wearing masks. None of their business, it seems.
Master Five was relating to the family how a man at the market which he had just returned from with Mum was swearing loudly and harassing people. He was quickly warned by Mum not to repeat the four-letter swear words he had heard.
So those public servants intending to contest the general election should no longer be in the office now because they could be accused of using government facilities to aid their campaigns.
From a reader: Spare a thought for all students whose education this year has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. So unfair – but then the big lesson is that in life, many things are not fair. Just do the best you can and move on.
Food for thought
Remember that your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, and how you leave others after having an experience with you becomes your trademark.
“We apologise for the delay (in progressing) P’nyang but it had to happen to help us get the best deal for our country – without changing the laws – with open, strong and honest negotiations with our investors.” – Prime Minister James Marape.