Iobey777: FRANK and WALKINGSTICK FOR THE DESSERT! UNDERSTOOD and VERY EXCITING!! Loved the phrase..."Walkingstick and I want you to know that everything we told you about last year has now been accomplished"! WOW!! As in MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! Thank you, Sir!
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TPNoble53: Thanks Frank and everyone else on the team. IMO, Frank always said when the blessing happened there would be fireworks abound. Kona I hope you all understand what Frank & WS mean. IMO Fireworks = = $$$$$$$$
Crose: I just had DESERT...Regaining our sovereignty from Britain...would that have to do with the IRS...all the money they collect goes straight to the crown...IMO
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - June 6, 2019
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation of the world based on intelligence received from several sources which may or may not be accurate or truthful.)
Today is June 6, the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
D-Day was the start of Operation Overlord which lasted for 2 and a half months resulting in Allied victory.
It was the day the free world was united against a common enemy.
The commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day with world leaders was a reminder that the free world still remains united (via GESARA) against a common enemy, the Deep State Cabal.
Take a moment to remember those who sacrificed their lives for a war fabricated by the same enemy, the Deep State Cabal.
12 Things Not To Do If You Win the Lottery
24/7 Wall St. By Paul Ausick
Imagine becoming vastly wealthy overnight. Being a winner of a multimillion dollar lottery has to be incredible. It certainly is going to be a life-changing event for almost every single lottery winner. But what about when the prize is an astronomical sum of $100 million, $200 million or $300 million?
Various Powerball and Mega Millions lotteries have reached vast sums and lotteries elsewhere in the country may as well.
Future Powerball and state lottery ticket winners will become incredibly wealthy in an instant. Imagine being Joe Somebody and turning into Sir Joe the Magnificent overnight. Now imagine the unthinkable that Sir Joe could become Joe the Village Idiot in a very short time. Supposedly most lottery winners end up broke again. That just doesn't seem right at all.
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Financial Lessons of America’s Founding Fathers
What can the men who adorn our currency teach us about our own finances? Quite a lot, actually, but not because they were all as good with money as they were at creating a nation.
Here are some of the lessons, still applicable today, that can be drawn from these historic financial lives.
Have a Back-up Plan
Alexander Hamilton may have been the greatest financial visionary in American history.
After the Revolutionary War, as Washington’s Treasury Secretary, Hamilton steered the fledgling nation out of economic turmoil, ensured the U.S. could pay back its debts, established a national bank, and set the country on a healthy economic path.
But it turned out that he was far better at managing the country’s finances than his own
Bad financial advice can ruin your long-term plans and potentially rob you of the future you had hoped for. However, good financial advice (when applied) blossoms and continues to flourish in all areas of your life, even improving the lives of others along the way.
The Cheat Sheet took some time to speak with top experts in the field of personal finance about the impact of good and bad financial advice. We spoke with Certified Financial Planner Jeff Rose of the blog Good Financial Cents, The Money Coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, and CreditCards.com’s Matt Schulz. We asked them to share the best piece of personal finance advice they ever received. Here’s what they had to say.