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23 April 2014


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Lawrence was the Max Miller of PNG (look him up). He had so many "my wife" jokes that can't bear repeating. Needless to say they were from the blue book.

Here's a taste of Maxi -

Adam and Eve in the Garden dwelt,
They were so happy and jolly.
I wonder how they would have felt,
If all the leaves had been holly!

Action your talks and plans Mr Kondra and not just pumping hot air.

Recommend Scarlet Taxis. They are honest and don't overcharge. I believe it's an SDA company so they don't work on Saturdays. Sample fares include: Town to Boroko, K20; Town to Waigani, K20; Town to Airport, K30.

I had a favourite Scarlet driver from Hagen (Lawrence) who even came to our wedding.

Lawrence told me I should marry Rose, so Scarlet Taxi's are to blame! Bless 'em.

Lawrence was a source of great wisdom and wit. We were driving home to UPNG one day and had to stop as two dogs were in the middle of the road In flagrante delicto. Lawrence took one look at me and said "just like uni students."

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