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Rochester

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  • Birthday 01/01/1870

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    Canmore, Alberta
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    Getting up in the morning. Walking my dog. Looking at the Rocky Mountains. Staying away from bears.

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  1. Building trust is very difficult in Iraq. They have a very very low trust society, for a variety of reasons....ethnic conflict, past history, bad choices in leadership, bad religious ideas. Once enough trust has been established, it will work. One thing watching all this happen slowly has taught me is that generally speaking, what we think of as Western or American culture, rooted as it was, in Christianity, is in my opinion for different reasons, vastly superior to Islam. Everything takes much much longer in Iraq...trust, progress. Quote by Lawrence of Arabia movie,
  2. Money vs. corruption: those who think this dinar won't RV have a problem: While there is obviously lots of corruption in Iraq, there is an opposite force: economic progress is embedded into the system because the very thing that makes things corrupt, ie oil money, it also has an incentive built in into it, not only for corruption, but the oil money incentive is built into the dinar, for international trade. That's a corresponding force, to corruption. The RV? It's eventually unstoppable....although Iraq must hold the world record now, for the most push back, against the inevitable
  3. Anyone who feels they have been drained by "Emotional Vampires" 🐍😁🧛‍♂️🧛‍♀️🧛‍♂️ I have song for you!!!
  4. You said "sounds like porn dude...Charlie Ward" No. You're thinking of porn dude. Charlie Hard. 🤣
  5. "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild, founder of international banking system. It's not that it doesn't matter who makes the laws, it's more a matter of, once someone controls the money, they can exert enough pressure to make sure the right laws are put in place. Governments are the donkeys of the bankers. America works the same way. It is hard to usually tell the difference between a board room meeting of Goldman Sachs, and a meeting of the cabinet of the United States, discussing how to run America. Same thing i
  6. Has anyone else noticed that every time Biden comes out and talks it reminds you of a funeral? Really. Not a living President. ⚰️
  7. Yep, most people don't know this, Theseus is right. I'm Richie Rich the Camel...that's my name....Richie Rich...them camel nose hairs up me nose, is worth something lol...seriously, the dude is right about value.
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