Concert!  

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Tickets are paid for.
My office leave isn't technically valid.
We don't know where we're going to stay in Singapore yet.
Our flights are not booked.
I've never done something like this before.

But hell... this is kind of exciting.

rollabout  

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As you get older, and the arthritis kicks in, walking is going to be quite a literal pain. Worst still, you won't have the strength because your muscles are disappearing. Now what you need is a roll-about. It'll keep you on your feet so your muscles don't waste away, it'll help you walk even with arthritis (medication will help too!), best still, you get to go about your daily activities like grocery shopping.

e payments  

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Internet banking is permeating. So, why stick to manual, cash payments? It's not to say that our neighborhoods are safe. Why make yourself a target? We have to migrate to Electronic payment! It's quicker and more convenient. As long as you educate yourself about phishing scams, you will be okay! It's not that scary. Join the 21st century, people. Think about it.

Coilhouse pneumatics  

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Need some tools to get the job done? How about coilhose pneumatics? The leading manufacturer in air tools and fittings, you can't go wrong. It's a smorgasbord of toys and accessories for the grown ups! If your boyfriend or dad fancies things like this, look no further. Give them a whole set of them tools! It's not mainstream but hey, why go the conventional route, right?

Persephone  

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In Greek mythology, Persephone (pronunciation: /pərˈsɛfəniː/, per-seh-fə-nee; Greek: Περσεφόνη), also called Kore (/ˈkɔəriː/; "the maiden"),[1] is the daughter of Zeus and the harvest-goddess Demeter, and queen of the underworld. Homer describes her as the formidable, venerable majestic queen of the shades, who carries into effect the curses of men upon the souls of the dead. Persephone was abducted by Hades, the god-king of the underworld.[2] The myth of her abduction represents her function as the personification of vegetation which shoots forth in spring and withdraws into the earth after harvest; hence she is also associated with spring and with the seeds of the fruits of the fields. Similar myths appear in the Orient, in the cults of male gods like Attis, Adonis and Osiris,[3] and in Minoan Crete.
I'm sorry... Queen of the Shades, personification of vegetation?? So what exactly is Persephone?