golf-store popularity

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel <<< I transferred a small amount of money to Bank of India in Chennai.  A casual conversation with an India in the bank started when I asked for help pronouncing: Virugambakkam, and later he warned me: “payments over ten thousand can’t be in cash”, tonight my barrio liquor store owner laughed at the amount I sent as if it was pointless.  The truth is I am sending an amount I can afford from my pedicab earnings, which are modest, and being able to send this small amount may prove to be the break I needed to be sure my financial future does not depend only on pedicab riding.  The amount I sent was converted to Rupees, and there was not a penny charged to send the money.  I am grateful for Bank of India.  My first passengers tonight was a Polish hair styleist and his mother, and by chance (sincerely) our tour route took us by New York Golf Center, and after shopping he returned to my pedicab saying something like, “they told me you are a good friend of the golf store”.  Also, I came home and my wife was talking to my cousin, Brian, whose daughter is moving to New York.  NYC is so crowded, because it’s so popular, and it’s about time a family member moved here.  Two blog posts describe my loss of popularity that happened since 2000: dad management and ebay, so the combination of golf-store-popularity and a family member moving to NYC makes me feel popular again.  Great. >>> about me since public speaking, and posting internet comments are two things people fear, I created an email account for readers to use for anonymous comments:, password: anonymous123

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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