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    wendyemc

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    tomartos

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    #1 Sun November 12, 2006 11:15am

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    Natives? What century are you in? Colonialism is well gone but as usual there some of you expats from the past that think your still superior. Shame on you and please stay away from Papua New Guinea if you think we are just natives.
    #2 Sun November 12, 2006 11:18am

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    Hi Tomartos, thanks for bringing the wording to our attention. The person who posted this photograph took it in the early 1960's from memory when she was very young and her family lived in Lae. I am quite sure she meant no offense as she is in love with PNG and goes to all the reunions held in Australia. On top of that she has posted several hundred old photographs. I have never met Wendy but from the way she writes, PNG is still very much in her blood and she promotes the country no matter where she is living.
    Gail Thomas

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    #3 Sun November 12, 2006 2:22pm



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