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Eticketing issue

Usaia Tagi, Delainavesi
Saturday, October 28, 2017

There has been a lot said about eticketing.

Some people who are complaining don't have any ticket at all. So why complain?

It's a simple thing to do, try and get used to it on the first day, after that it's normal.

It's like going to hell where it is a burning wall of fire.

You need to get used to it for the first day, next day it should be OK.

Mosquitoes are not a nuisance in this dry weather but beware of mosquitoes that dwell in dirty water that's going to drain your pocket.

Daylight saving is just around the corner and I am still looking forward to a night saving program in the near future.








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