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  1. Wow this site looks great. Just want to give a shout out to the gang. Adam, Bumper64 and Sunglass.... and everyone. I can't get into chat on this surface. I just have to keep trying to figure out if windows rt will support the software. Been thinkin about you guys. TTYL Lois Lane aka sunshinelvr
  2. California moves presidential primary to June Fri, Jul 29 2011 SAN FRANCISCO | Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:18pm EDT SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California has moved its presidential primary to June, consolidating trips to the poll to save money in an election that most voters in the Democratic leaning state see as a foregone conclusion. Governor Jerry Brown signed the move into law on Friday. The state for years tried to raise its profile in the national presidential race, but its efforts have been diluted as other states have made similar moves. California spent nearly $100 million for its presidential primary on February 5, 2008, when 24 states, nearly half the nation, held nominating contests in a battle known as "Super Tuesday". The results of the 2012 Democratic primary are preordained with President Barack Obama seeking a second term, said San Jose State University political scientist Larry Gerston. "Most people in the state won't have much motivation" to vote, and state government doesn't need an extra bill, he said. Other states are also changing their primary plans, leaving California's influence on the Republican nomination unclear, he added. "It's just too early to say." The new California law requires presidential primaries to be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in June, which would put the primary on June 5, 2012. Statewide primaries must be held on the same day. (Reporting by Peter Henderson)
  3. This was posted multiple times on the forum when this came out. Closed Thread. Duplicate Post
  4. IMF Chief Warns on Dollar Decline if No Debt Deal Published: Thursday, 28 Jul 2011 | 7:57 PM ET Text Size By: Reuters Twitter LinkedInMore Share Failure by the United States to raise the debt ceiling by an Aug. 2 deadline could lead to a fall in the value of the dollar and raise "doubts" among those using it as a reserve currency, the head of the IMF said on Thursday. "It would probably entail a decline of the dollar relative to other currencies, and probably doubts in the mind of those people who reserve currencies as to whether the dollar is effectively the ultimate and prime currency of reserve," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told PBS NewsHour in an interview. Lagarde, a former French finance minister, said it was difficult to predict what the market fallout would be if the U.S. did not reach an agreement and the country defaulted. "There are so many counterparties that are invested in U.S. Treasury funds, it would be very difficult and very dramatic," she added.
  5. This is an old letter. This has been posted over and over.
  6. Posts are moved because they have been posted in the wrong subject thread. Usually the post will show that it has been moved. If there is a concern that breaks the rules of the site the poster is supposed to be notifed so that the offense is not repeated. I move posts almost everyday because they are not in correct thread. Posts can be deleted by the admin after carefull consideration and if it breaks the rules. We as moderators do this to keep the site organized to serve the members as best as we can. Please keep in mind that as mods we spend our time on a volunteer basis and try to help where we can. If you have any other concerns about the site please feel free to express them and we will try to help address them as professionally as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
  7. posts are moved by mods when posted in the wrong thread. There are many subjects for all the different threads. Please keep subject matter in the correct thread or it will be moved to the correct thread. It helps keeps the information organized and tidy.
  8. i moved this to rumors. 1 there is no link 2 this is from another sitethat has a less than good reputation here.
  9. when posting news articles in the forum, please post the exact title of the article, date and original link. This is to avoid dupicate posts. Thank you for your co-operation. Keep up the good work.
  10. this is from another website and no link is provided so im moving to rumors the mandate this is talking about is dated Aug 5 2010 UNAMI expires July 31 2011. WAS NOT EXTENDED!
  11. How I understand it. It was to secure oil and power for the USA for years to come. The USA can buy oil from Iraq for $43 a barrel for the next 100 yrs. ( an exageration of time dont know the time frame for sure.) Not only that but in that deal they can resell it to other countries at the market price and make rediculous profit while holding control over a part of the oil. And the profits were to reboot the US economy to a certain extent. ( to the wealthy) Because this investment was not suppossed to be made public. But they needed a percentage of people to invest because they new that the investers would spend that profit. I hope thissynopsis makes sense to ya. lol But this was my understanding of the mess.
  12. There are 2 articles in the news forum saying China is working on bilateral relations with China and the Maliki arrived in Bejing on Sunday
  13. This is from another web site. Please do not post from that website unless you can include the original link to the original posting. This sounds like it was from last year and is a reposting. Posted 12 June 2011 - 01:54 PM With so many people reading, posting and believing everything they see on Currency Newshound, I have to let you be aware that that site is NOT a good bonafide trustworthy news site. It's a currency site that dabbles in news and does not link to the original source of the stories they post. If you absolutely have to post their stuff, put it in the rumor section. Thanks. Currency Newshound has no professional journalistic credibility whatsoever. Read more:
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