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  1. There was no RV when prices were high so WTF difference does it make?
  2. Very, very soon is sooner than soon and sooner than very soon but not as soon as extremely soon or ultra soon.
  3. I think there should be 2 rumors sections. One for rumors with at least an iota of creditability and the other for obviously preposterous rumors.
  4. Well, at least he stated it as his opinion and gave WHY he thinks as he does and didn't give any BS "intel" stories.
  5. OK, yes, I can see that. The "to two" threw me but I guess the "two" is a translation hiccup and shouldn't be there.
  6. "According to the Central Bank of Iraq No. 1610/23 on 12/21/2014 included: direct bank branches not to send and receive electronic instruments to two (7-8) / 2015/1 on the occasion of renovation Iraqi payments system by the Central Bank of Iraq." What does the part in red mean?
  7. Well, it's now Tuesday evening here in California. Has WF made such an announcement?
  8. It's already north of $3 $ 0.0008 $ 0.0009 $ 0.0010 etc ............ $ 2.9998 $ 2.9999 $ 3.0000
  9. You mean like your repeated use of the vague generality "the US government" without naming names in your post?
  10. If the POP did, in fact, meet with the CBI Governor and if such a meeting were, in fact, rare then this would seem to be a possibly significant event, no?
  11. sigh sī/ verb: sigh; 3rd person present: sighs; past tense: sighed; past participle: sighed; gerund or present participle: sighing 1. emit a long, deep, audible breath expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or a similar feeling. "Harry sank into a chair and sighed with relief" synonyms: breathe out, exhale "she sighed with relief" (of the wind or something through which the wind blows) make a sound resembling this. "a breeze made the treetops sigh" synonyms: rustle, whisper, murmur, sough "the wind sighed in the trees" literary
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