The last day of September started with surprises.
When I woke up in the morning and went to the tea shop for breakfast, it was a thousand for a cup of tea. I inadvertently tried on my wallet. My mother, who had just returned from shopping at the market, complained. In the market, the prices of seafood, meat and fish have gone up. I want to say something back to her. Then, the price of patrol also rise up and I have to dust off the bike and ride it.
As the dollar rose, so did the gold rush. With commodity prices soaring and incomes stagnant, jobs will soon be gone, and starvation will soon.