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Marissa of Butuan: ‘Believe in luck, you may get lucky’

Marissa seemed perplexed by the question. “Do I believe in lucky charms?”

“Well, do you? You make a living selling them.”

“Well… just have positive thoughts, just believe in good luck, and who knows, luck may head your way.”

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