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A sandwich shop owner's daughter in New Jersey
Lawyer's office in the day, sells shoes on the street front at night.
Putting up a new electrical cable.
Quail eggs with a wrapper of salt and pepper in between. 40 cents.
ÁO MƯA worn by the riders. Like Ponchos.
You can either buy a pack or singles.
Drinking water: The cheapest would be to purchase one of these and boil the water, though large plastic bottles can be delivered.
Buy two and they give you one.
The coffee shop owner's daughter and her fiance. They both speak perfect English. I asked her if on the board was a game for the students to which she replied yes and that they were more studious doing them. They had to pick English names and one picked crazy!
About $1 which is good for two meals.
Richard's cat killing a mouse
Richard said a love triangle ended in death when a gay girl stabbed a boy who liked her girl friend. Blood stains visible.
Once again, enough for two meals and about $1.20.
A pretty, female construction worker who was too shy to smile.
Bánh mì sandwich to be assembled later. .70 cents
He understood me quite well and was very polite. A youngster at 61.
Thought they were Easter baskets at first, but they are for Tết
A disabled person who sings as his attendant pushes him around hoping for contributions.
Ruou Da shop above and below. The child gave me two kisses on the cheek. Must have scared him into it.:)
Looked real at first.
For some reason the popular daily newspaper uses Roman Numerals for their advertising pages.