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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. Don't rush Iraq, don't rush. Take your time, you have all the time in the world. Nothing to see here. ⏰
  2. I had a dream last night. Went to the bank. Met the banker lady. I told her "I need some financial advice. I took a risky investment, that looks like it will pay off.".....first time I had an actual dream about the RV.
  3. One of these days, one of these days these Iraqi jackasses are going to surprise the hell out of you. They will actually do something right for a change. In Army terms, the situation in Iraq is normally TARFU or SNAFU. Normally in Iraq everything is SUSFU or FUBU or FUBAR. I'm sure you know what I mean...We on Dinar Vets have on this site watched Iraq perform many Imperial FU over the years. But: A broken clock is right, once a day. ⏰One day, you'll see: they will actually do something right, one day. When that happens, you will be so shocked your brain will not know how to process it. It wil
  4. This is Peter Zheihan recently talking about American intentions in the Middle East. This is not a bluff. America is leaving, repositioning. Embassy moved? I suspect if American doesn't get what it wants, chopping up Iraq, freeing up Kurdistan may be in the cards. Come together boys and girls.
  5. The way I look at life, it's kind of The Hero's Journey for everyone. Life requires courage, over coming obstacles, not letting failure get in your way. We all have a chance to be heroes in our own lives, to over come our personal obstacles, try for a better future for ourselves and our children. We all have different dreams, different obstacles to over come, but we all share the common human condition of having difficult lives and what to do about it. Countries are no different. They are just collections of people. The leaders of those countries must decide what to fight for, what they want t
  6. Speculation: The Kurds seemed to be all smiles lately, coming up roses, agreeing on things. The mood in Kurdistan has definitely changed. Hopes are high for an oil law and RV. I share that optimism. But WHY were the Kurds so happy recently? My guess is they got behind closed door assurances from the United States, that remaining American forces will be re-deployed to Kurdistan, if no peace deal is reached. The Kurds would love that. It would give them military protection. They are a 20% minority in Iraq and they have been persecuted in the past, by Arab Iraqis. Now we see that the American emb
  7. .......I will give $5 to whoever can convince me that Mr. Burns and Mr. Rothschild were not separated at birth. 🤣
  8. 🤧I smell money. 👃Big money. Something going on here. Trip to Kuwait? Saudi mentioned recently signing on....maybe? Something fishy. 🐟🐟🐟 Details are vague about "peace deal". ☮️🌈 Arabs don't sign on unless there is major money involved. Forming a common Gulf currency? Iraqi Dinar part of it? Pure speculation on my part, I don't believe in Peace and 🦄Unicorns, Just Cash.😁
  9. You are quite right. This time "looks" serious...because it is: Go back on this thread and don't bother reading any articles. Just LOOK at the pictures of the various leaders...especially the old former leader of Kurdistan, who is a gnarly distrustful old dude. The most distrustful Kurd of all. Even he has changed.. The body language is serious, yet relaxed and open. Very different than past meetings. The tension is gone. We are well on our way to an agreement/RV
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