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Bikes of burden in Vietnam

This is the famous book of Vietnamese style which the foreigns loved. It is the motorbike that makes Vietnam’s tick. People commute on a bike, dads bring their kids to school on a bike, products and produce find their way to the consumers by motorbike. The bike as backbone of the economy, the bike as carrier of people and goods, the bike as beast of burden
So I have extracted some pictures which I think they’re impressive.
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The bank raid

Dave and Sid had lost a lot of money and had given up all hope of making any money. They just couldn’t think of any way of getting some money to pay all things they wanted.

Then suddenly Sid thought of a plan in which they could get hold of money very quickly and very easily. Dave believed the plan was too dangerous and at first he said he didn’t want to have anything to do with it.

They didn’t talk about the plan for a whole week and they still had no money and also no chance to getting any. Then Dave asked Sid to tell him how in fact he was proposing to rob a bank because that was Sid’s first idea. Sid explained step by step how they would get the money and told him when it would be and at what time. Sid told Dave not to worry about the gun because it wasn’t a real one and nobody would be hurt.

The night before neither could sleep at all because they kept on thinking that something would go wrong.

The day arrived and they made their way to the bank but there was something that they had forgotten – It was a public holiday and the bank was closed.

A wise young boy

A young boy was playing with a ball in the street. He kicked it too hard, and it broke the window of a house and fell inside. A lady came to the window with the ball and shouted at the young boy, so he ran away, but he still wanted his ball back. A few minutes later he returned and knocked at the door of the house, and when the lady returned and knocked at the the door of house, and when the lady answered it, he said, ” My father’s going to come and fix your window very soon.”
After a few more minutes a man came to the door with tools in his hand, so the lady let the boy take his ball away. When the man finished fixing the window, he said to the lady, ” That will cost you exactly ten dollars.”
“But aren’t you the father of that young boy?” the woman asked, looking surprised. “No.” he answered, equally surprised. ” Aren’t you his mother?”.