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    In a trial, a Southern small-town prosecuting attorney called his first witness, a grandmotherly, elderly woman to the stand. He approached her and asked, 'Mrs. Jones, do you know me?' She responded, 'Why, yes, I do know you, Mr. Williams. I've known you since you were a boy, and frankly, you've been a big disappointment to me. You lie, you cheat on your wife, and you manipulate people and talk about them behind their backs. You think you're a big shot when you haven't the brains to realize you'll never amount to anything more than a two-bit paper pusher. Yes, I know you.' The lawyer was stunned. Not knowing what else to do, he pointed across the room and asked, 'Mrs. Jones, do you know the defense attorney?' She again replied, 'Why yes, I do. I've known Mr. Bradley since he was a youngster, too. He's lazy, bigoted, and he has a drinking problem. He can't build a normal relationship with anyone, and his law practice is one of the worst in the entire state. Not to mention he cheated on his wife with three different women. One of them was your wife. Yes, I know him.' The defense attorney nearly died. The judge asked both counselors to approach the bench and, in a very quiet voice, said, 'If either of you idiots asks her if she knows me, I'll send you both to the electric chair.' h.a.n.d.
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    When the price of oil was high, it is my thinking that the dinar could revalue at .10 because they had plenty in reserve with the high price of oil. Now that oil is bottoming out, it seems to me they need to revalue higher to make up the difference in lost revenue
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    Another article taking about the dinar exchange rate.! We all know Something is going on. We all know the dinar will raise We patiently wait.
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    OK iRAQ.......IF YOU COULD JUST GO AHEAD AND DO THAT TODAY..............................THAT WOULD BE GREAT !!
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    Anyone know what the odds might be for a winning Dinarball "ticket?" Got me lots of them "tickets!"............................. FOR
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    The best example of "New York Values" I have seen in a long time. I thank that Atlanta lady for voicing her opinion unapologetically. Shabbi, she will to be able to love everyone still. I love everyone. I just don't feel bad or guilty when I disagree with someone or some group. She sees that the country is going to hell, and she believes that Trump will change the country for real; to the benefit of all Ameicans. If that motivation does not reflect a love for all the people of America, what does?
  9. 2 points
    No way, on a globe earth........can Sarah Palin see Russia from her house. GO RV, then BV
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    You did a wonderful job of explaining ladyGrace'sDaddy can't believe people gave you a neg.'s - you were very considerate in the way you explained it I gave you a Plus 1 to help Have a Great Day bob
  11. 2 points
    Would not be that bad if the raised the value of the dinar, to say 1 to 1.
  12. 2 points
    A lot of conflicting news FWD, Iraq is not broke but on the threshold of something big imo. We are led to believe what is not the real story by these news articles. Hopefully this will be our year, patiently waiting.... Mil gracias Yota, and good morning DV
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    'GRIZZLY ADAMS' STAR DAN HAGGERTY DIES AT 74 Updated 1 hr 23 mins ago Dan Haggerty, who starred in "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams" has died Friday, ABC News confirmed. He was 74 years old.
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    Hostility between Trump and Cruz on citizenship and conservatism dominated televised debate among many skirmishes on the NSA, Islamic State and more Lucia Graves: the night somebody found out how to beat Donald Trump Ed Pilkington and Ben Jacobs in North Charleston, South Carolina Friday 15 January 2016 06.07 GMT The race for the Republican presidential nomination erupted into open conflict between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz on Thursday night, with the party’s two frontrunners launching blistering attacks over their values and eligibility for the nation’s highest office. With just 18 days to go before the starting gun of the 2016 presidential election is fired at the Iowa caucuses, tensions that have been simmering beneath the surface exploded into plain sight. And the rhetoric got hotter as candidates vied with one another to sound toughest on guns, fear of Muslims, immigration and American foreign policy. Liberal “New York values” were deplored by Cruz, while Florida senator Marco Rubio vowed to start sending more terrorist suspects to Guantánamo Bay. However, a debate which lasted more than two and a half hours was dominated by Trump, the billionaire real-estate tycoon, and Cruz, the senator for Texas. After tiptoeing around each other for months as they compete for the ultra-conservative vote, they finally let their mutual disdain emerge at the sixth Republican debate in South Carolina. As Trump and Cruz went after each other with new abandon, the North Charleston debate had the effect of appearing to further tighten the Republican contest. At the start of the debate, the number on stage had already been whittled down to seven – the fewest yet following the relegation for lackluster poll ratings of Rand Paul, the libertarian senator for Kentucky, and former technology executive Carly Fiorina. By the end of the debate, the pool of serious contenders appeared to have been reduced to just four – the battling frontrunners Trump and Cruz, Rubio and Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey. The remaining three – former Florida governor Jeb Bush, Ohio governor John Kasich and the once ascendant former neurosurgeon Ben Carson, spent much of the debate looking on from the sidelines. The unofficial truce between Trump and Cruz, who are running essentially neck-and-neck in Iowa according to the latest local polls, was torn apart by the billowing spat over whether or not Cruz is a “natural-born citizen” and thus eligible to run for the presidency. Trump has been baiting Cruz in recent days, suggesting that doubts about the senator’s eligibility because he was born in Canada to an American mother and Cuban father could present the Democrats with a legal and electoral gift. Under the television lights at the North Charleston Coliseum, where Trump yet again took pride of place in center stage and Cruz stood right beside him in recognition of his second-place ranking, the senator accused the billionaire of peddling “extreme” “birther issues” that only four months ago Trump himself had dismissed as immaterial. “Since September the constitution hasn’t changed, but the poll numbers have, and I recognize that Donald is dismayed that his poll numbers are falling in Iowa,” Cruz said. Cruz went on that under the most extreme birther theories, which suggest both parents of a president have to be born in America, “interestingly enough Donald J Trump would be disqualified because Donald’s mother was born in Scotland”. “But I was born here. Big difference,” Trump shot back. Asked why he had raised the citizenship issue at this point in the race, Trump replied: “Because now [Cruz] is doing a little better. I didn’t care before, he never had a chance. Now he has a 4-5% chance.” Later in the debate, Trump and Cruz went at each other’s jugulars a second time – on this occasion over Cruz’s recent jibe that Trump subscribed to “New York values”. “I think most people know what New York values are … Not a lot of conservatives come out of Manhattan,” Cruz said. Trump, looking theatrically irate, hit back with a long diatribe about how New York City had responded to the 9/11 attacks. “The people of New York fought and fought and fought. We saw more death, even the smell of death, it was with us for months. Everyone in the world watched and everyone in the world loved New York. I have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that Ted made.” The unrestrained fighting between the two frontrunners sucked much of the oxygen out of the debate, causing frustration among the others. At one point, Rubio blurted out: “I hate to interrupt this episode of Court TV.” Rick Tyler, Cruz’s national spokesman shied away from describing Cruz as attacking Trump. Instead, he thought the campaign had entered the contrast stage. “They presented different points of view on different issues,” he said of the spat between the candidates. “That’s a contrast, I don’t consider those attacks, if there’s a difference on policy we’ll point out difference on policy. When we get attacked on silly things like birther conspiracies, we’ll respond.” The clash at the top of the Republican pile was echoed in harsh exchanges between two more contenders who are struggling with one another – Rubio and Christie. The Florida senator and New Jersey governor are banking on a strong finish in New Hampshire, which Christie has made a focus of his campaign, in the hope of being crowned the “anyone-but-Trump” alternative to the tycoon. Rubio turned on Christie, attacking him for what he characterized as a liberal record in New Jersey. “I like Chris Christie,” said Rubio, “but we can’t afford to have a president of the United States that supports gun control.” The Florida senator then went on to attack Christie for donating to Planned Parenthood and for supporting the supreme court nomination of liberal judge Sonia Sotomayor. Christie insisted that “someone has been whispering in ol’ Marco’s ear” to encourage him to make such untrue negative talks. “I didn’t support Sonia Sotomayor. I never wrote a check to Planned Parenthood.” Both of Christie’s statements are untrue. Christie said in 2009 of Sotomayor, “I am confident that she is qualified for the position of Associate Justice of the US supreme court.” Christie also said in 1994, “I support Planned Parenthood privately with my personal contribution” and said gun control was the issue that “energized him” to enter politics. The New Jersey governor, though, went on to mourn the fact that Rubio attacked him. “Two years ago, he called me the conservative reformer that New Jersey needed,” said Christie “I’ve never changed my tune. Marco Rubio is a good guy and a smart guy.” The rising temperature of the nomination race as Iowa fast approaches prompted a tone of debate that was sharper, more shrill than in the previous five televised engagements. In particular, the candidates tried to outdo each other in attacking Obama and the Democratic frontrunner Hillarious Clinton in ever more lurid terms. Christie took the prize, calling Obama a “petulant child” and vowing that the Republicans would “kick your rear end out of the White House from this fall”. Rubio also took a notably more aggressive posture than he had in previous debates – dropping a more cerebral approach for caustic comments on Obama, Clinton and in regard to national security. He vowed if he were elected president to wage war against “radical jihadist terrorists”, saying “if we capture any of them alive they are getting a one-way ticket to Guantánamo”. Yet again, Bush tried to take a shot at Trump after the frontrunner defended his call for an temporary ban on all Muslims entering the US. Bush argued that “this policy is a policy that makes it impossible” to fight Isis and noted “the Kurds are our strongest allies, they are Muslims”. In the former Florida governor’s view, Trump’s “rash statements” sent “signals of weakness” to the rest of the world. Kasich sounded a more conciliatory tone on the issue of police shootings. The governor of a state that saw Black Lives Matter protests in the aftermath of the shooting death of Tamir Rice, said “protest is fine but violence is wrong” and insisted “the country needs to be healed”. A further brutal exchange broke out late into the debate between Cruz and Rubio, whose similarities – both sons of Cuban fathers, both senators – cannot disguise their mutual hostility. Rubio hit Cruz on surveillance and his support of the USA Freedom Act by alleging the Texas senator acted in concert with Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and libertarian Republican Rand Paul on the floor of the Senate. In contrast, Rubio maintained his national security bona fides insisting: “Edward Snowden is a traitor and if I am president and we get our hands on him, he is standing trial for treason.” South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy, a prominent Rubio supporter, thought the attack on Cruz was fair game for the Florida senator. “I think contrast is good if it’s done in context and it’s fair,” said Gowdy. “If you present yourself as being pure without any deviations, it is fair to have episodes of, shall we say non-compliance, pointed out to people” in what was a barely disguised slam at Cruz. Carson, briefly a frontrunner, seemed flummoxed throughout the debate, and was a non-factor. The retired neurosurgeon’s campaign has been beset by high staff turnover and accusations of financial irregularities. Much of the money the campaign has raised has gone to direct mail vendors. After the debate, when asked by the Guardian if his campaign was a direct mail scam, Carson said: “Not that I know of.” In the undercard debate earlier on Thursday evening, Fiorina, former senator Rick Santorum from Pennsylvania, and the former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee also targeted their fire primarily on Clinton. In one of the more memorable lines from the hour-long discussion, Fiorina said: “Unlike another woman in this race, I actually love spending time with my husband.” Paul had decided to boycott the early debate in protest at being ejected from the main primetime event. But he was represented in that main debate, after all, when a group of hecklers briefly interrupted proceedings with shouts of: “We want Rand! We want Rand!” At the end of the debate, Clinton made clear her view of the event in a tweet: “2 1/2 hours of this? Imagine 4 years.”
  15. 1 point
    I'm not fussed on how much is strategically hidden.... They need to just do something ..
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    Love these guys, thanks for sharing Umbertino.
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    i still stand with one share per person/member
  21. 1 point
    Yep, it's a real word folks......I actually looked it up. GO RV, then BV
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    And there ya have it folks. LOL
  24. 1 point
    I have purchased the majority of my dinar from Safe Dinar and have been pleased with their service. I have not ordered 50 K notes
  25. 1 point
    Main stream opinion makers are desperately trying to ignore the real winner of the POTUS debate on 1/14/2016. While Trump's charm school lessons helped tone down the rhetoric, his closing statement was only second best at most. Rubio was given the spotlight after interrupting most often, and delivered practiced faux patriotism while spewing RINO deceptions. Bush, I hate that name so much, how about Twisted Panties With Pedigree, TPWP, or, TWiP.There it is, Twip, he's "twipping" for sure Aside from interrupting to inject stupidity, ignorance, or to pout, he proved once and for all he really just doesn't get it, and a vote for him is a vote for the slave masters. He picked a fight with everyone he could, his summary was a perfect statement about his deception. In it, he made a vague, half mumbled reference to Americans being "we the people", and then demanded everyone give their power to him, so he alone could do whatever he felt was best for us. Can anyone else see the irony? All the rest made closing statements perfectly aligned with their position. From the establishment types, like Rubio basically parroting fascist policies and venting, whose best argument to get votes was claiming he is better than Hilarious. There were only two people that delivered any hope for the future. It was all about the summary. Most every single candidate demanded Americans give them their power, so THEY could do what was needed. Trump did give a little credit to individuals, but his summary was still mostly about himself. Ben Carson told America he really really, gets it. After much logical contemplation, further review, continued study, quiet meditation, genuine prayer, and pure, honest, deduction, his message; "Americans are We The People, together we will work to educate Americans, we will return America to what she was supposed to be". I don't remember the exact verbiage, maybe because my ears were ringing. After almost two decades of various degrees of activism, to hear that come from an actual presidential candidate and televised across the nation, was something I had given up ever witnessing. Carson did not ever say give him your power so he can take over. Throughout the night, he made sure to tell America, "Hey, I get it, I understand, I'm with You". Personally, I believe that position of strength, which can only be observed through his humility, is also only attainable because he is being guided by the Holy Spirit witnessing to his heart. America doesn't need anyone that thinks "they" can do it all. Americans need someone that will stop the lies, end the deception, and finally support the personal education that will instill the vital knowledge, that We have had the power all along. Ben Carson won last night, individualists, constitutionals, conservatives, and Christians everywhere should be celebrating. Finally, we have a champion....JMHO....DM
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    Meanwhile...near a Nuclear Power Plant....
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    I grew up watchin' this mountain of a man...and enjoyed every moment! Breaking News: Actor Dan Haggerty, famous for playing real-life mountain man 'Grizzly Adams' on film and television, has died at 74. -R.I.P.
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    Is there another republican candidate that can draw support like this? Recovering Democrat is all in for Trump and she wants you to know why Michael Dorstewitz An Atlanta Democrat announced in a YouTube video that she’s crossing party lines and will be voting for Republican presidential contender Donald Trump. “Trump gives me real hope and change, not fake hope and change,” she said, referring to President Obama’s campaign slogan during his 2008 run for the White House. She said that she’s casting her vote for Trump because she believes in America, something she never thought she’d be saying. “I’m a Democrat,” she said. “Democrats don’t speak about the country.” But she said she’s now “waking up” because she feels that “our country is going to hell.” She listed high unemployment in the black community and the problems created by open borders. The interviewer jokingly referred to herself as “a recovering Democrat” and “Demoholic” as well, prompting a smile from the recent convert. “Democrats are crazy!” she said, adding that her husband supports Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont Independent and self-described Democratic socialist. “I told him if he don’t vote for Trump, we’re getting a divorce.”
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    Just in case you've ever wondered how big an eagle's talon is!
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    It was MY pleasure to include you. $2 for a chance to spar smack with you over drinks... WORTH IT! And the Gals and I still owe you a hazing for something so I brought them in. I also included Possum so when we ran out of barbs, we could encourage him to make bad decisions for our further amusement! I put a lot of thought into it, Shabs! The party in my head was worth it all! Call it my attempt at social engineering!
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    The Lone Ranger and Tonto were camping in the wilderness. After they got their tent set up, both men fell sound asleep. Some hours later, Tonto wakes the Lone Ranger and says,"'Kemo Sabe, look towards sky, what you see?" The Lone Ranger replies, "I see millions of stars." "What that tell you?" asked Tonto. The Lone Ranger ponders for aminute then says, "Astronomically-speaking, it tells me there are millions of galaxies and potentially billions of planets. Astrologically, it tells me that Saturn is in Leo. Time-wise, it appears to be approximately a quarter past three in the morning. Theologically,the Lord is all-powerful and we are small and insignificant. Meteorologically, it seems we will have a beautiful day tomorrow. What does it tell you,Tonto?" "You dumber than buffalo... It mean someone stole tent."
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    Am I the only one that reads this as unpegging from the US dollar and allowing a float starting at the market rate?
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    Back at you my friend. I fail to see why this subject brings up such emotions from people. I mean it really is simple either you believe it is or you believe it isn't. But I suspect the emotion is more demonic than anything else. As you read through this entire thread you begin to see that the ones who are the most emotional are the one saying that were on a ball floating aimlessly about in a vast universe of nothingness. Whereas those who believes the Word of God have presented their evidence and stated their case with very little animosity. And then there are those who say they believe the Word of God, but refused to bring the question to the Lord in prayer. I call these people Laodiceans. For why is it would the very thought of asking God are we on a footstool or are we on a ball a threat? And why is it so easy to neg someone without giving any reason as to what you think? Why is it the subject of what you're living on has just as much emotion behind it as does the subject of religion? Religion being man's attempt to draw near to God. Whereas the Holy Spirit is gods attempt to draw near to man. And if one be filled with the Holy Spirit then one must continuously grow and change. A quick overview of all the post that I have made in the last 5 years on this site is living proof a testimony if you will that what I just said is true. If you have the Holy Spirit you will grow, you will change. You cannot remain stagnant and have the Holy Spirit of God living within you. You see, in my 18 years as a Christian I have wanted to stop moving. To stop growing, to stop changing. There were many times when acting like everyone else in the world seemed much easier and more satisfying. But the love of the Father is so strong and so well and good that he will not allow a born again Christian a child of his if you will to stagnate. He will not allow that any more than a decent parent would refuse to allow their own child to remain still and stagnant and not grow. Jesus Himself said except you come on to me as a little child you shall in no way enter into the kingdom of heaven. and as the father of a beloved darling little child I have learned one thing above all else, the number one trait of all children is to question. Daddy what's this daddy how's that daddy, daddy, daddy, question question question. And a loving father patiently answers each and every question leaving no stone unturned leaving no doubt in the child's mind. How much more shall our Father in Heaven answer our questions? Nevertheless, layout assians have no questions. They have their wealth they have their comforts come they have their college education, they have their seminary degrees, they're PhDs, piled high and deep. They don't need to ask God if the earth is round they already know everything. That is why I called them Laodiceans, because of their wealth they have forgotten that Jesus Himself said because you are wealthy you think you have need of nothing but you do not realize that you are poor naked and wretched. And while I do not mean to offend anyone like my Savior the truth is offensive. And if someone here is offended by the words that I have written then I would ask you take that office to the Lord. Ask Jesus why you are offended. Ask Jesus what you should do about that offense. Come to God, come to God through Jesus Christ as a little child full of questions. Let go of what you think you know and receive what he does know.
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    Considering Trump was a Democrat from 2001 to 2009, I can understand him being offended by Cruz's "liberal New York" comments with respect to the 911 disaster. Apparently if there's any offending to be accomplished.....Donald has the patent and is not willing to share. GO RV, then BV
  36. 1 point This is a article on echange rate unification it may be old but gives us something to study ..Anyways it will not let me copy and paste!...Its from the economic journal .. Exchange rate unification vs. currency unification  The dual exchange rate system in Cuba overlaps with a dual currency system  Two official exchange rates for the Cuban peso, CUP • 1 CUP per 1 USD for the state enterprise sector and public institutions • 24 CUP per 1 USD for the rest  Two currencies: CUP and CUC, where 1 CUC = 1 USD  However, the two systems respond to different motives…  The dual exchange rate was introduced to protect basic imports and the BOP  The CUC currency was created to mitigate dollarization  …and their unification can be conceptually and practically de-linked  The two exchange rates could be unified while keeping the two currencies  A single currency could be mandated but two exchange rates could be kept  Three policy decisions: e-rate unification, monetary unification, postunification exchange rate regime; the focus here is mainly on the first... is special about the unification challenge in Cuba?  The dual exchange rate originated in an exogenous shock (TOT deterioration and dry-up of foreign aid) rather than in endogenous capital flight  This mitigates concerns about speculative financial turbulence during unification  Pre-unification inflation is low but the e-rate spread is unusually large  This highlights the importance of tight monetary control during & after unification  The dual rate system is a fiscal scheme of large but implicit taxes & subsidies  Net sellers of dollars (or CUCs) at 1:1 (foreign hotel operators) are heavily taxed  Net buyers of dollars (or CUCs) at 1:1 (state enterprises) are heavily subsidized  Workers in the CUC circuit do not receive payments directly in CUCs, but in CUPs via a government employment agency => the system acts as a huge tax on labor  Unification requires decoupling e-rate from fiscal policy (major fiscal reform)  The responsiveness of economic actors to price signals is weaker  This can delay efficiency gains, which are the raison d’être of unification
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    Much appreciated Yota, that's right LB, is almost daily that something comes out on exchange rates got to love it.
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    I don't understand what Arif Basri is thinking, or Abadi for that matter . Raise the price of flour and also provide them with a lower quality flour to make the basic staple of bread? Also starting to implement the tariffs on imported goods in order to support Iraqi farmers and flour makers. How do you spell inflation or hyper inflation in Iraqi? Hasn't Abadi and the GOI already experienced enough citizenry unrest ? I hope for Abadi's sake that this is Iraqi grain and Iraqi flour that is being made and sold in Iraq ? Plus, that the GOI is manipulating this issue in order to support Iraqi businesses, as he has been saying he would do all along. Raise the quality of the flour via standards and grades goi! Increasing the cost of basic food staples, applying tariffs on imported goods "in order to support Iraqi businesses", having to implement taxes to bridge the budget gaps; I really hope that if he does not want his troops, and the people in general, to revolt on him he had better get back on wise decision making ASAP . I really hope that Abadi's plan is to RV the IQD really, really, really soon, in order to offset these challenges! JMHO.
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    I once waited over an hour for a meal at Bob Evans. I think I can wait this out. Remember the old phrase about "A House Divided Against Itself........." We have stood together through all of the hard times before, and sooner or later the "Law of Averages" will even out in our favor. Hang in there guys, you can't get a ride like this at Walt Disney World and we have seen our share of Goofy's come and go and we will be seeing more. Go RV Countryroads
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    Friday, January 15 He gave five talents to one, two to another, and one to still another.—Matt. 25:15. In the parable of the talents, Jesus clearly reveals an obligation resting on his anointed followers. We need to understand the meaning of this parable, for it affects all true Christians, whether they have the hope of a heavenly reward or of an earthly one. Jesus gave the parable of the talents as part of the answer to his disciples’ question about “the sign of [his] presence and of the conclusion of the system of things.” (Matt. 24:3) Thus, the parable finds its fulfillment in our time and is part of the sign that Jesus is present and ruling as King. The parable of the talents is one of four related illustrations recorded at Matthew 24:45 to 25:46. The other three—about the faithful and discreet slave, the ten virgins, and the sheep and the goats—are also part of Jesus’ answer to the question about the sign of his presence. w15 3/15 3:1-3
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    Yall, let's move on. I'm closing this topic. Tired of seeing it on DV.
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    IMF has stated Iraq will return to the international markets by Mid 2016. This would be ideal for Iraq to come out having a strong dinar against the US dollar.. if they come back with a weak dinar how does that make them look to the world against the dollar? Also IMO Iraq is waiting for oil to climb back up . OPEC is holding a world emergency meeting early march about oil pricing. I think oil may go up dramatically in feb -june
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    SG7, Like most SANE speculators/investors, if I lose faith in a particular venture...........I divest myself and move to the next. In an abnormal phenomenon here (da tank) that is not the case. Why the need to continuously torture themselves and others with their perceived loss is a question every shrink I'm sure could make millions off. Their need to show folks how smart they are NOW, is sad really. I think a group hug/intervention is needed, I think they need for someone to tell them it's okay and things will get better.
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    Does she know she'll no longer be allowed to "love everyone"? GO RV, then BV

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