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  1. Okie Chat from Planet Dinar 3/22/11 1:30 pm eastern « on: Today at 01:39:31 PM »Quote 10:32 AM [OKIE_OIL_MAN] JUST SPOKE WITH M. E. 1 OF THE PROBLEMS UP TO THIS POINT IN TIME IS THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE B I S (BANK OF INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENT) AND IRAQ AND NOW ALL THE BANKS ARE ALL TIED TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. (INTERNATIONALLY) ALSO THE IRAQ TV IS ANNOUNCING FOR CITIZENS TO TURN IN THEIR OLD WORN OUT DINAR FOR NEW (SAME VALUE)DINAR. THIS IS PART OF THE US TREASURY AND IMF MISSION WAS TO MAKE SURE ALL BANKS ADHERE TO THE SAME RULES AND COMPLY WITH SAME REGULATIONS. IRAQ BANKS
  2. Saudi minister says King in 'excellent health' (AFP) – 7 hours ago RABAT — Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah is in "excellent" health and anxious to return home from convalescing in Morocco following surgery, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said Thursday. "He's in excellent health, he's undergoing therapy," the prince said in Morocco. "The doctors are suggesting a certain amount of therapy and he's doing twice as much as they tell him. ...he is his usual self, assured of what he can do and ready and looking forward to going back to work and going back home." Earlier the Saudi emba
  3. Saudi minister says King in 'excellent health' (AFP) – 7 hours ago RABAT — Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah is in "excellent" health and anxious to return home from convalescing in Morocco following surgery, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said Thursday. "He's in excellent health, he's undergoing therapy," the prince said in Morocco. "The doctors are suggesting a certain amount of therapy and he's doing twice as much as they tell him. ...he is his usual self, assured of what he can do and ready and looking forward to going back to work and going back home." Earlier the Saudi emba
  4. OK. But can I pay off the reserve with the dinar I am holding, or will DT only take US cash to pay off the remaining 90%. Thanks for any help with this!!
  5. If you are holding dinar right now AND you have also put down 10% on reserve at DT for more dinat, can you pay off the remaining balance at your cash-in appointment in all one day?
  6. WOW. This is flat out jaw dropping! Thank you for finding and posting this! Keep this type of legit information coming!!
  7. Thanks Man. We are off to a good start. When we get Boozer back, we should be sitting pretty good! When this thing RV's you can all afford courtside seats to watch me play at the United Center.
  8. Sorry MikeBeeinNYC, but money IS NOT the root of all evil. This is from 1 Timothy 6:10- "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows." It is the love of it that is at the root of all evil and not the money itself.
  9. Just reflect on how you came into the investment in the first place. How many variables had to line up at the right time for you to hear about this? Be honest with yourself. For me it was about 100. They all lined up.... and for a reason! I am not here to preach the word for GOD at you, but I am here to tell you that EVERYTHING happens for a specific reason. Problem is, we most times don't see that specific reason right away, and that upsets a lot of people. Everything will only make sense once your lights go out for the last time and you meet the Big Man. Then, we will have no questions.
  10. Great infomation! Keep it comin!!
  11. Official says Iraq’s New Government To Push For Oil, Gas Law Dow Jones & Company, gas, Iraq, Iraqi government, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kurdistan Regional government, Law, London, Nouri al-Maliki, oil, Politics of Iraq 0LONDON (Dow Jones)–One of the priorities of the new Iraqi government, which is now under formation, is to enact a long-awaited hydrocarbon law in order to reassure international oil companies that signed huge oil deals with Iraq, a government spokesman said Monday. “Among the next government’s priorities will be the approval of the oil and gas law through parliament,” Ali Al Dabb
  12. The Iraqi government approves 2011 $79.6 billion budget with a deficit of $11.99 billion Finance Minister, Iraq, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki, OPEC, Politics of Iraq, reuters, United States Vice Minister of Finance of Iraq Iraq’s government has approved on Tuesday a proposed budget for 2011 size of 92.98 trillion dinars (79.6 billion dollars) assumes an oil price of 73 dollars per barrel. Fadel said Abdul Nabi, told Reuters after the weekly cabinet meeting that the budget anticipates a deficit of $ 14 trillion dinars (11.99 billion dollars) and to inform the oil exports 2.25 million barrels p
  13. "The MAVERICK'S" Step-by-Step Guidline for Driving to Cash-In: 1.) NO STOPS (Go the bathroom and fill-up the tank 110% full before take-off) 2.) AVOID BACK ROADS (roads may be less smooth, which could lead to tire damage) 3.) DON'T SPEED. (Might get pulled over and get your car searched) 4.) CHECK THE REAR VIEW MIRROR (if you feel like you are being followed, you probably are; just drive directly in front of a semi and stay there until they stop following you. 5.) TAKE A RENTAL CAR (if you take your own car, anyone following you can find out your name and where you live my running your li
  14. Below is the cash-in procedure for DT. Here are my questions about it: 1.) What is the difference between cashing in on your own or cashing in as a group? There appears to be no difference, in terms of the rate the DT charges you. With that being said: 2.) What is the advantage of cashing in as a group? Why is it being offered as an option if there is no advantage to it? Thanks for any insight anyone can shed on this for me. Cash In Procedures Dinar Trade procedures for cashing in dinars at the time of a re-value: We will be taking appointments on a first come first serve basis. We will
  15. Just rent a car and drive. Why fly and risk the TSA confiscating everything or putting you in the backroom for questioning. Just pop in your favorite CD and enjoy the ride, cash in, and drive back home for the party!
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