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Jester’s Place:

[JESTER] HELLO AND HAPPY WEEKEND…

[JESTER] THE PEEPS ARE DROPPING LIKE FLIES... HAHAHAHA...

[Patience] JESTER I AM SURE THEY ARE AT HOLIDAY FUNCTIONS

[JESTER] Patience PROBABLY SO... SHOULD WE JUST CLOSE DOWN UNTIL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS?

[Americana] JESTER tis the season...

[JESTER] DAMN RV PROBABLY HAPPEN THEN IF WE DID... HAHAHA
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To Judge Or Not To Judge
By Carl Studna
 
That is the question! Is it possible that at the route of most physical, emotional and mental dis-ease and discomfort lay some form of judgment? When we hold onto any form of judgment toward ourselves or others, we create a constriction in our entire continence.

​Our bodies tighten, our thoughts become muddled with defense and our emotions bring forward dark clouds of resentment, anger, and depression.
 
So why do we choose to take this path of doom and gloom so readily throughout our daily lives? 
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​Ethereum and the Artificial Man
Jcollins December 10, 2017Cultural, Economics, FREEPOM
 
How Blockchain is De-Centralizing Existence and Making Governments Obsolete
 
Governments by nature are slow, clunky, and extremely inefficient. The ideologies which support governance structures and mandates are outdated and no longer meet the demands of mass populations.

Both are indicators that the world is on the verge of a massive transformation and shift towards de-centralization.
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TNT:

BANK STORY FROM A MEMBER

This was exiting for me so I want to pass it on.

I lost my Wells Fargo debit card, so I went to my branch to replace it. While there I asked about the dinar, the banker who was helping me said they do handle it but they don’t have that on hand. I said no, I have some I want to exchange, can you tell me what the rate is on the screen?

She went in the back, came back and said “$3.31” to which I answered: “three dollars and thirty one cents per dinar?”. She said yes.

So I told her “OK, so I’m gong home now to get my dinar, I can bring it back and exchange it right now for $3.31?”
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The Problem With Making Assumptions
By Marcia Sirota MD
 
We all make assumptions. We do it all the time. These assumptions can be about pretty much anyone or anything.
 
It’s so easy to think that we know what’s going on in someone else’s head. It’s no problem for us to imagine that we understand why a person has taken a particular course of action.

​We don’t really know; we make a guess based on our imagination, past experiences or wishful thinking.
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It’s Never Too Late
By John Holland
 
I’m sure that you all know people who’ve reached a certain age and are stuck in a mind-set that they’ll remain single for the rest of their lives, yes? All too often, you’ll hear them say, “It’s too late, and I’m not going to meet anyone now.”
 
The same goes for people who feel that a promotion has passed them by and now it’s too late. Others may say that when it comes to something they might be interested in, “Well, I wanted to do that, but it’s too late now.”
 
This is just another form of being held ransom by your psychological fear. It’s never too late! 
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Dinarland Rumor:

"A Friend Just Exchanged for $0.85" by (Anonymous) - 12.16.17

12/16/2017 07:04:00 PM Bank Stories, Emailed, Thoughts 
 
Entry Submitted Anonymously at 5:30 PM EST on December 16, 2017
 
I have been hearing over the last few days that the exchanges had started. So a friend of mine went in a Wells Fargo Bank in Phoenix, AZ to see if they were going to exchange his Dinars and they offered him $0.85 so he exchange one $25,000.00 dinar.
 
Which branch he went to I can not tell you because I do not know I just know that he did exchange one $25,000.00 for $0.85 which would equate out at $21,250.00.
 
So it looks like it has started.
 
Anonymous
http://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-friend-just-exchanged-for-085-by.html
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