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People on bikes and walking need to think like a smart motorcycle rider and assume that every motor vehicle can’t see you and is trying to kill you. I don’t need a costume I’m a music teacher my job title is scary enough halloween. You have to watch out for everyone. Join me appreciate this doctor who saved and cared me from Hepatitis B virus with his herbal medicine.

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