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Jester’s Place

[JESTER] HELLO AND HAPPY WEEKEND EVERYONE…

[Sandhaul] Jester any progress you could report on the working of the plan?

[JESTER] Sandhaul NOT REALLY.... AS IVE SAID BEFORE WE KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND YOU DO TOO WE JUST DON'T KNOW THE FULL SCHEDULE...

[Sandhaul] Jester thanks.. just hoping

[JESTER] ... I KNOW YOU ARE HEARING ALL THE GURU BS AND YADA YADA YADA...

[JESTER] REMEMBER WHAT I TOLD YOU... JUST BECAUSE THEY RV DOES NOT MEAN ANYONE OUTSIDE IRAQ IS GUARANTEED ANYTHING...
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Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Saturday Night 1-06-18  

xyz: Dr. Barham Saleh presents a vision to end the spiral of crisis in Iraq https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.xendan.org%2Far%2Fdetailnews.aspx%3Fjimare%3D15510%26babet%3D70%26relat%3D8030&edit-text= Dr. Barham Saleh, head of the Coalition for Democracy and Justice, revealed his vision to end the cycle of crises in Iraq. 

​He stressed that Iraq urgently needs an internal dialogue to address the structural imbalance inherent in the political process. Stressing that dealing with Iraqi crises in the form of fragmented and out of the general structural context, has proved failure over the past years.
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By Kathy Custren

Communication

I worry, sometimes. Really, I do. I probably should not, but I cannot help it. I am not anxious, in the true sense of the word, but I do have my share of concerns. May I share what is bothering me?

It is not the election, or the economy, or the wars, hunger, and disease around the world. It is not that I am questioning some wild harebrained scheme. 

​One word really sums it up well: Communication.

Lack of it, perhaps, more than anything else. 
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By Cori Savenelli 

We all exist with a certain amount of unease. There are people, things and situations in our lives that make it feel almost impossible to hold our heads up high and face each day.

We may feel alone, though we are surrounded by others. We may feel inadequate although others may admire us. We may feel less than perfect although others may wish they were in our shoes for just one day. We may feel that we are without anything to offer the world, though others may seek us out.
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​Post From Dinar Alert
DA Member News Highlights & Comments 1-6-18

Kaperoni Moderator  Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) News > Central Bank: float the dinar is difficult to apply in Iraq

Kaperoni Moderator Central Bank: float the dinar is difficult to apply in Iraq

Central Bank Governor Ali Keywords "Economy News" Economy News Baghdad: The Governor of the Central Bank, on the Keywords, to float the dinar is difficult to apply in Iraq because the government has a monopoly on the dollar, noting that Iraq's reserves of US $ 48 billion.

Keywords and said in an interview with the Arab-African newspaper, and seen by the "Economy News", "usually oil-producing countries rely on a fixed exchange rate, or fixed with flexibility, and do not resort to the flotation method, only if they adjust their reserves to a level without sufficiently, which is not gets, whether in Iraq or other oil-producing countries, "noting that" flotation is difficult to apply in Iraq, as the government has a monopoly, de facto, the dollar and foreign currencies. "
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Marketing and PR Specialists

Both private jets and first class seating on commercial flights are expensive and very comfortable ways to travel, but there are some key differences.

Some people may give you flack for asking the question, but if you’re able to afford it, private jets are worth considering – especially if you're traveling with a group or to a location far from larger airports.

Both private jets and first class seating on commercial flights are expensive and very comfortable ways to travel, but there are some key differences.
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TNT:

Brendad:  Bank story from an elderly lady that I gifted some dinar to.

I just just ran into an elderly lady that I gifted some dinar to, she was so excited, she said while she was at the bank earlier this morning, her and the banker had a deep conversation about money.

She told the banker that she was holding dinar, when she told the banker how much, the banker told her to keep it in a safe place and don’t talk about it.

She told her that it was real and she will be able to exchange it for USD very shortly.
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