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TNT:

Uni345ty: Can anyone tell me is it the United States Treasure holding this Exchange up or Iraq ??? Or both or the banks ??

JackSmits: uni not the treasury, but the us banks themselves

Uni345ty: I thought the USA banks get their directions from the Treasury

Rogue: they do, the ust said go the banks in a minute...

Briona: If it is about a couple of straggler banks getting their act together, then hopefully, they got it done today

Dedar: I think it is only a little glitch they are trying to iron out between two banks. Hopefully everything will be operational by tonight
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What A Long Strange Trip It's Been

To be honest, that's putting it mildly. Whether it be six months or six years, if you've been on this ride and involved in this journey for any length of time, then I'm sure you can definitely relate. At this point I'd be willing to say that a long, strange trip is putting it mildly.

This roller coaster ride of an adventure has taken us through more ups and downs than a kid eating cotton candy while riding a pogo stick.

With that being said, when it comes right down to it, regardless of how stressful this journey may have been, I couldn't be more grateful to have been made aware of this opportunity oh so long ago.

Having been involved for over half a decade and counting, my two week stress test of hoping my first 'batch' would arrive in time for the RV seems beyond a mere memory. Yet the angst is still fresh in my mind.
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