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15 January 2013


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There's a well-known problem in quantum physics that says if you touch something, you then can't be certain of its future state.

People are like that. Touch them and they change. But people are a lot more vulnerable and valuable than tiny particles.

Reg - Good to see you back commenting. My small woes are as nothing compared to yours.

All the best mate!

Very selfish of them not to care about Margaret's future.

What a selfish mother!

Sil - I just wanted a daughter. Only had boys. Me and Rose can't have kids. So who's zooming who here ?

Yes, I was stupid (my Madonna phase). But what did the mother want? And why did she treat her kid as some property that could be sold to the nearest gullible white man?

The pic in the story is of Margaret as a bridesmaid at our wedding.

Daddy Peter, when Margaret goes off as a bride one day, we Simbus will be smeared with pork fat, lamb flaps and of course kina and toea so that is the reason why we stopped you from taking our wealth away (humour).

It was a trade off between Margaret's good life and our wallets. Sorry Margaret!

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