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Everything posted by BJinMontreal

  1. Close is a relative term ... The sun is close in comparison with other points in the universe ... but it's still about 90 million miles away.
  2. I think it's tomorrow already and still NO RV !!! But there will still be another rumour or two ... or three ... to look forward to ... later today
  3. Dog - You beat me to it !!! I was just about to type that out when I noticed your post.
  4. Let's not forget "intel" - especially when used with a name that rhymes with smoky
  5. I realigned my currency today - Now it's in a nice neat stack waiting for me to go cash-in !!!!
  6. What a truly inspiring read Ron. Thanks for the well-thought method of delivery. Too bad our favourite guru's wouldn't take a lesson from your original post. And to follow it up today with an apology (though NOT necesary in my opinion) is the icing on the cake. Hats off to you for a very commendable job !!!
  7. Need we say more ? Come to think of it ... IF his intel has always been correct - but 2 or 3 days ahead of time ... THEN THE RV SHOULD STILL HAVE HAPPENED MONTHS ... IF NOT YEARS AGO ... Nuff said !!! And didn't he say the other day he graduated suma cum laude (his spelling) ? summa cum laude which is "with highest praise" is usually reserved for the top 2% of students - yet he can't even follow his own illogical statements?
  8. Thanks for those tips ... I'll certainly make use of a few of them.
  9. It means they hope you go out and purchase more dinars so they get their commission from the promotion of more sales to the sheeple who think they actually have some kind of "inside" info or souce. I'll believe it when I'm in the manager's office of my bank cashing-in
  10. Thanks Mike ... and Adam for that informative report. Now if you'll excuse me ... I heard Okie said it's a done deal again ... WHAT ?!? ... I gotta check - right?
  11. That would be his fellow scammer's place ... I'm sure But there is such a thing as a bank's home office and some states have protections to prevent banks setting up a de novo branch in a city or town where another bank has it's home office.
  12. I wonder how long it is going to take for him actually stop posting. He keeps saying this is my last post ... and then a few hours later he's back with another post and another this is my last post ...and then a few hours later he's back with another post and another this is my last post ... Maybe he just needs a few more people to doubt him - because obviously a few thousand isn't enough !!!
  13. Faith ?!? Balls is more like it !! Anyone who can constantly post it's done, it's done, it's done for months without it being done and doesn't know when to quietly admit they have no fricking clue what they're talking about; but will instead get upset because someone questions his credibility - has cajones the size of grapefruits. Must be an ego-thing !!!
  14. I liked the "DON'T BUG ME" part Although maybe we should be telling him to STOP bugging us !!!! Eventually he's going to be right ... IF there will be anyone left listening to him, that is. Fingers crossed ....and toes ... and eyes !!!
  15. OR ... The rumour has circled and circled and circled the dinar forums and half the people in here have seen it so many times now, that they believe it must be true. Here's hoping for cash-in tomorrow
  16. So you don't know what a ping is - yet you felt obligated to include it in your post? Ping From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the Internet Protocol utility. For other uses, see Ping (disambiguation). Ping (Packet Internet Groper) is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP) network and to measure the round-trip time for messages sent from the originating host to a destination computer. The name comes from active sonar terminology. Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP response. In the process it measures the time from transmission to reception (round-trip time)[1] and records any packet loss. The results of the test are printed in form of a statistical summary of the response packets received, including the minimum, maximum, and the mean round-trip times, and sometimes the standard deviation of the mean. Ping may be run using various options (command line switches) depending on the implementation that enable special operational modes, such as to specify the packet size used as the probe, automatic repeated operation for sending a specified count of probes, time stamping options, or to perform a ping flood. Flood pinging may be abused as a simple form of denial-of-service attack, in which the attacker overwhelms the victim with ICMP echo request packets. Hopefully it will mean money soon.
  17. What's really weird Vern ... is that you would even THINK to look that up ... I din't think you could spell bob backwards, let alone illuminati
  18. *** sigh *** ONLY a messenger ... yeah right ! AND I'm ONLY a little perturbed that he said he wouldn't post again ... yet here he is - spewing more garbage onto the cyber world.
  19. Thanks for the post BUT... they STILL DON'T GET IT !!! We're NOT falling for their tall tales any more ... yet, there must still be some dinar newbs out there buying up the dinar everytime they put this crap out there. Why else post it ?!! How many times can they cry wolf ... before they are totally disregarded by all?
  20. Love your humour Shinni ... wear depends next time - no extra trips to worry about then !!!
  21. And the answer is ...Yes, it happened, cash-in on Monday !! Riiiiiiippp ... as the Great Carnac opens the hermetically-sealed envelope and reads the question ... What were Okie's last words as he was put out to pasture?
  22. WHAT ?!?! You mean it wasn't true? Darn .. I was hoping to go skiing in the Swiss Alps.
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