Currency Photocopy Rules - straight from the U.S. Secret Service
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Illustrations of Currency, Checks or Other Obligations
The law sharply restricts photographs or other printed reproductions of paper currency, checks, bonds, revenue stamps and securities of the United States and foreign governments.
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12 Things to keep in a Home Safe
Be Safe: 12 Things to Keep in a Safe at Home, Not at a Bank
Many folks believe that the safest place to store valuable items is in a bank safe deposit box. After all, banks have the best 24 hour security and alarm systems.
But the contents of a safe deposit box are rarely insured, while items in your home
are typically covered by your homeowner's or renter's insurance policy.
Also, don't think your cash in a safe deposit box is covered under FDIC insurance. The FDIC only insures the deposits in accounts held in banks, but not the contents of their safe deposit boxes.
IQDCalls Chat Early Tuesday 6-4-19
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Tuesday 6-4-19
Chattels The government opened the Green Zone in Baghdad to citizens on the first day of Eid al-Fitr, completely and 24 hours, after nearly 16 years of closure and after a series of partial conquests of the presidential area approved by the government after the accession of Adel Abdul Mahdi, the prime minister in October last year.
Observers believe that this is a clear indication of the improvement of the security situation in Baghdad, after years of explosions and violence, some of which lasted the Green Zone, although fortified and surrounded by a large security fence and barbed wire and guarded by special protection regiments.
MilitiaMan: The time line of 06/01 per Frank looks to be an off hand error. As 06/01 was passed when said. Looks as though 07/01 was what was meant.
The take away here is to me is that they look to have paid expenses already and your assessment of them being within the middle of the year is where they are and now since they paid expenses, it matters not on when in June they finish reforms.
Except they have constitutional time line from the 22nd - 23rd of May area on the FML amendment that brings more focus to before mid month or even sooner.
That puts us in the coming days as a very powerful time frame. They even today show they have new cards that are of international nature via Mastercard.
Said to not be a problem nor delay in payments. Something Delta and Teams were watching for. A good thing.
Add in post #155 by Sunny Sandy (Bravo) and there is ample evidence this is a rocking time frame! imo ~ MM
Frank26: Hey FRANK 26 you said June 1 ..................but that date is already gone ..............you meant to say July 1 ............bozo ............ROTFL