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Wish You and Your Family a
Happy and Safe Thanksgiving
Snoopy: Interesting observation....IF the banks are trading on the back screen....question....who is making money of these trades...The Banks....and the longer they can keep this up the more they make....seems like a good reason to delay things as long as possible....
Now the big question ... have the banks figured out how to trade the moneys moved into payrolll around to pay the RV....
Bwwthovan: Snoopy, your thesis assumes the banks make more money now, rather than later...not necessarily true. Later there will be myriad other participants…....and more participants will provide liquidity creating a more efficient market.
By Emily Rapp Black
What does it really take to be resilient? Emily Rapp Black finds out.
In early 2013, my son, Ronan, died of Tay-Sachs disease, a rare neurological disorder with no treatment or cure that slowly destroys the brain. He was diagnosed at 9 months old and lived for another two years.
During the last six weeks of his life, no longer able to swallow liquids, he received Pedialyte through a skinny tube in his nose. Two years later, I stood in a drugstore, staring at a shelf of Pedialyte, unable to reach for a bottle even though my young daughter, Charlotte, needed extra hydration during a nasty flu.
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - November 22, 2017
- ACCORDING TO WHITE HAT SOURCES, THE RELEASE PROCESS IS CURRENTLY IN STASIS AT 99% COMPLETION.
- THE LAST PART OF THE PROCESS IS THE RELEASE OF THE 800#'s, THAT'S IT.
- THE ELDERS/NPTB ARE WAITING FOR THE OPTIMAL TIMING TO UNFREEZE THE PROCESS.
- THE OPTIMAL TIMING IS BASED ON THE CABAL'S NEXT MOVE IN THIS GAME OF GEOPOLITICAL CHESS.
- THE CABAL'S NEXT MOVE IS FUTILE, THERE IS NO ESCAPE. THE NPTB's NEXT MOVE IS CHECKMATE FOR THEM. THEY'VE ALREADY LOST, THEY WON'T CONCEDE.
- WE SIMPLY WAIT FOR THE FINAL BLOW TO THE CABAL.
By Kenneth J. Doka, PhD
The author of Grief Is a Journey explains how some of our most cutting losses can go unrecognized by friends and family—and even ourselves.
1) The Loss of a Person We Once Knew
Sometimes the people you love change in significant ways. They are still in your life—but not in the way you remember or once knew them. Illness often changes people, especially mental illness or dementia. In dementia, a person still is with us, but is not like the person we previously knew.
The ties that bind us to one another, the shared memories and even the personality are no longer accessible. Sometimes the changes can be startling. The mother of one of my clients grew up in the segregated South.