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Life in Oriento City( from Aids Center to Arena to supreme court to Stock market)

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          First Day at Work In Oriento

Today, I left my house at about 6 am to begin my work of delivering newspapers with my distribution Company.  My superior on the job is a guy named Roland.  He will be doing all of the driving meanwhile i will carry,unload, and deliver the papers to the businesses that need them.

           On our way to the city we stopped and picked up catfish and spaghetti, an Orienton Breakfast must.  Roland ordered a plate of Orienton Yogurt and cherries. 

Roland is a 29 year old guy from one of  Bedmen's toughest streets. he is the kind of guy who knows it all.  He lived in the City  all his life.  He seems cool to me.  he says his mother was Japanese and his Father was half Trinitian Half Orienton.

Upon arriving in the city our first delivery point was the Beachton Condos.  This was my first time ever arriving in the big city.  Ive never seen a

building so grand before,  The building was blue and white and many famous people lived there like Carlinho.  

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     Roland says: " Carlhino is the greatest soccer player in Oriento, he is leading our National team to victory in the Sim World Cup."

   Pierre: What is that?

    Roland:  It is a soccer tournament that many nations will participate in, Chiriro won the right to host it.

           Our next order of business was to drop off papers in a rich part of the city, where grand mansions sat below the Tall Skysrappers.

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Roland speed down the street making a right on

Aviation Blvd.
  Avaiation blvd was a weird street jam packed with cars and pedestrians trying to cross the steets.  Roland pointed out the World Aids Medical Center of Oriento.  This place is Unique in that all they study is cures for Aids. 

While we were passing the airport Roland passed the Oriento Bus/Transit Authority buidling.  It was a huge building with a red tower on it.  

People stood outside waiting for buses because the inside were so packed.  

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  Pierre; have you ever been in there before?

  

  Roland:  Yeah, once while i was a teen in the 80's.  My grandmother had just died so we had to visit her in Japan.  

  At the time the city was so bad that the place was filled with pimps, runaways, and the homeless.  My bus was 2 hours late

  and someone had tried to steal all of our bags!

Roland stopped the car at the National Library of Oriento, where i delivered magazines up the marble steps.  Along the way i noticed a placard saying that the Library was built in 1833 as a palace for President Claude's twin daughters.

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From the Library i could also see the Grand Palace Square Arena, where flashing lights told of a boxing match between the Heavyeight champion Bruce" Bedmen Brawler" Jackson and Glen" Golden Boy" Tyson.

   Roland:   What Brings you to Oriento?  Aint it true you came on a boat here?  Whats it like where your from?

   Pierre:    Where come from it is beautiful.  The women, the climate, the beaches, everything is beatiful in Trinitia.

   every friday and saturday i go partying   In Trinitia everybody knows everybody. I came to Oriento to support my family in Trinitia and when i     get enogh money i will move them here.

   Roland:  Trinitia City, I went on a cruise there once, me and my girlfriend went to  the Majestic Casino.  When you lived in Trinitia, what

   did you do?

   Pierre:  I worked for the National Newspaper until i was fired for being loyal to Oriento Rule in Trinitia.

   Ronald:  Oh so thats what all the fighting and arguing on the news is about.

We delivered our papers to the National Supreme Court.  While i passed the Building i noticed many lawyers and one lady in white crying.

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Our last stop called for us to get on Avenue of The Revolutionaries: one of the most famous and historic streets. Where it intersected the

Aviation Blvd
  stood TeleMagic Tv Studios.  Outside we could see million dollar Ferrarris and loud special effects.

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While also on the Avenue we saw a round about.  This area of the City was called 

Eden Square
.  Ronald says he lives in the first White apartment facing the square.  He claims the rent is unberable .  He said he pays 2,500 dollars for a one bedroom one bath apartment.

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We finally arrived to our delivery point just past 12 o clock.  We made it to the Orienton Stock Market Complex on the Avenue.  at 12 oclock is when the stock market closes for break so we saw all the fancy suits and rich men outside on their cell phones.  All though the World Stock is going down Orienton Stock has remained the same for 6 months, which is neither good nor bad.

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