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23 March 2017


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Good story Ed.

Such an "inevitable question" delightfully put. Variance of visitors, some of crotchet, though of Ed no quaver.

Thanks Ed. Great story. Have copied it to the Sepik Region Development Discussion Forum on Facebook. You would probably enjoy all the discussions that take place on this forum.
I have also copied it to my Facebook page and to the Facebook page of my Angoram reporter Francis Yanmari.
Love to hear more stories like this.
A teacher, head of English and Librarian at Brandi, also enjoyed it and mentioned on Facebook Chatline... I always wondered what would have happened if Japan won the war.
I have also placed it on the Sepik Writers Club page and Emmanuel Peni has enjoyed it.
We all love Sepik history!

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