8 Types of People Who Will Never Win at Money
By Paul Michael July 2018
There are many factors that determine whether or not you'll be successful at managing money throughout your life. But of those many factors, your personal habits and character traits are perhaps the biggest.
If you look through this list and see yourself on here, it's time to make some changes; the sooner the better, in most cases. As we all know, time is money.
The longer you wait to make the change, the more you have to lose.
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Sunday 7-15-18 Part 2 of 2
Woke AF Sparky I'm still buying, just picked up more Friday from post office. Not greedy, actually just got into it~
Doug_W Woke AF for your protection never say how much U have
Sparky Woke AF nice, I will be getting more also
Woke AF Doug_W nah, not telling, thanks for the heads up tho~
Francis Albert Woke....people who call people greedy, don't understand life. Do what you want
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Sunday 7-15-18 Part 1 of 2
JoeSchmoe tman23 So just to be clear do you or do you not think something will happen with the dinar to favor what we want
tman23 JoeSchmoe …. My thought had always included.... one way to crush the Iran regime is to raise the value of the IQD where the public pressure become to much...…. and it seems to be moving in that direction...… I don't know what to think about dinar value BUT for sure the speculation remains the exact same from day I got in...….which is more positive since after all that time still cannot say no way …… it's cooked !!…. were still in play !! IMO
chattels Maliki threatens civil war if his party did not assume head of cabinet July 14 2018
chattels Maliki reveals his plans to become PM once again
Elmerf123456: In Life...we are all tested. We must all learn and look at everything panoramic! There is always going to be confusion and a process to thin the herd. Keep moving forward staying with the pack and take the blinders off so you can see not only where everyone else is going but also all of the surroundings
Fitzgerald: NO ONE WILL REMEMBER YOUR EXPENSIVE CARS OUR LARGE HOMES BUT THEY WILL REMEMBER THE HELPFUL HAND YOU GAVE THEM
GREAT DAYS ARE AHEAD OF US SO KEEP THE FAITH
CANT WAIT TO HELP HUMANITY AND ENCOURAGE YOUNG PEOPLE
THERE WILL BE HOPE FOR TOMORROW
Don961: 4 hours ago
Protests in Basra: spontaneous demonstration and conspiracy theory
There have been many speculations about the planning of some parties of power in Iraq for the demonstrations that took place in the province of Basra. And began the imagination of some goes to several hypotheses, some of them went to Iran that moved its forces of conquest and the rule of law to confuse the security situation and pressure to change the election results and raise the role of the Iranian ring in the Iraqi political scene.
Others went on to say that the Sadrist movement was the one who moved the street in order to hasten the acceptance of the election results and to heal the rift in the front of its alliances and eliminate the quarrels of the lists supported by Iran.
But the one who is aware of the situation in the city of Basra and the dangerous escalation in the scarcity of electricity, water and high temperatures believes that it is impossible to keep the public silence on government failure.
Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR as of July 15, 2018
Compiled 15 July 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.
Judy Note: There appeared to be a blackout on intel, though rumor was that the GCR (aka HSBC Zim redemptions) began July 7, continued on July 9 in Hong Kong and was working it’s way around the globe. For security reasons all Zim holder exchanges/ redemptions would be completed before the general public exchanges began Aug. 1, a day after Zimbabwe elections on July 30.