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Xmas money
Christmas is approaching and the masses normally seen congregating around the Lands and Treasury department offices in Waigani at this time of the year are back. They obviously do not want to hear that the Government is broke.
What a waste
It is disappointing to see the K42 million close-circuit television facility acquire for the Apec security operations last November is sitting idle inside a building in Port Moresby. Police cannot use it because they are not allowed into the building.
Home to roost
In the heat of a debate over who is going to win the NRL grand final on Sunday, an angry pal quipped that no one else realised that the roosters will come home to roost one day. But he could not explain what he meant by that.
No to league
Wallabies centre and vice-captain Samu Kerevi is laughing off suggestions he may switch to rugby league after the Rugby World Cup in Japan. He is not following fellow Fijian Semi Radradra, playing for Fiji at the World Cup who is returning to the NRL, reportedly for one of the Sydney teams. He once played for the Parramatta Eels.
Car note
A man saw a note pasted near a big dent on his car which read: “Sorry dude, I just hit your car. I was on the phone. I had to write this note because everyone was watching. So I had to make it look like I am giving you my details. Good luck with the repair.”
Food for thought
Sometime you have to go through the worst to get the best. Be patient. Your day will come.

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