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Cherishing “the usual suspects” (10 May 18)

The sad fact is that there is no phantom army of ‘real people’ out there who are dying to be involved in your latest initiative

I am sure you are familiar with the expression “the usual suspects”. 

We use it to refer to those people who turn up at our community events without fail. Come rain or sun they are there. But are they a good or bad thing?

Should our hearts sink when we see them yet again or should we cherish them and be grateful for their good intentions and inter…

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