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  1. Nope ... that's either misdirection or bad news. In what country do they pay cops $455,000? They don't and yes I realize that is 455K IQD or $388/year ... oops that doesn't work either ... see what I mean?! Increasing salaries into a revaluation ... seriously? ... if they calculated salaries correctly earlier in the year it would simply bring them to par on what their actual salary was or if they had subsidized their salaries so that they could at least feed their famalies ... then they would be decreasing their salaries into RV. Have to wait and see but my money is on that this is more from the "clown show". We've been seeing more and more to substantiate IQD and USD on par (which is what my "boots on the ground" told me more than a year ago ... that the Iraqis had been told this over and over) and if you look at Ernst and Young's appraisal of the numbers ($1.40) you are looking at "wiggle room". You know I don't rate or date and I'm not doing that here either ... just looking at what we are seeing and hearing. Peace Doc31
  2. Too funny my friend! I'm thinking you need to back awaaaaaaaaaaaaay from the keyboard my friend ... "way to excited about this post you are"! ... lol Doc31
  3. Yep ... just doesn't pass the smell test does it ... although there APPARENTLY was a currency auction ... I say apparently because it's not like they haven't lied to us and tried to fake us out with false information. Don't forget when they didn't have an auction for 3 or 4 days then went in and back-posted numbers! ... Uh huh! Bing Bang Boom sounds good to me ... I'll pencil it in on my calendar (no etching of stone with Iraq ... gotta' be able to erase ... lol) ... Just for the record ... the 17th or 18th COULD just as easily be my NEW national holiday! Be expectant but stay grounded There you go Easy Peace Doc31
  4. I'm buying. Leave an email on my profile and I will delete once I have it. Peace Doc31
  5. It was a pleasure doing business with you. Very smooth. Thanks and a "+" for you as well! Peace Doc31
  6. I am trying to contact you. I have buyers Doc31
  7. I've contacted you but as of yet have no response I have buyers Doc31
  8. Read this ... BTW ... there is more to it than a horses head water mark! Peace Doc31
  9. I'd love to see a scan of that posted on this thread ... can you help us with that? I left you a message on your profile requesting the same thing ... for some reason I submitted once and it posted twice (not the first time in the last 2 weeks) ... sorry. Peace Doc31
  10. Nooooooooooooooooooo ... here's the scoop ... read this Folks this is an investment ... do you due diligence ... this isn't a pony ride! Follow the steps ... it's easy. Also we did a poll and found that no one ... read that as not a single DV member had seen a counterfeit IQD! Makes you wonder why out of 624,000 google hits for IQD scam 97% say that it is all counterfeit! Not pumpers ... folks actively seeking to keep you from buying!!!!!!!!!!!! Read, become informed about your investment, sleep at night! Peace Doc31
  11. Here's why ... it's not an American machine!!!!!!! ... most banks here have no idea what you are talking about and DONT have one ... they all have counting machines ... most have USD authenticating machines which is vastly more complex. Simply put, DeLaRue is a UK name brand ... and then after the scandal ... what was it ... 2010? ... 2009? ... customers are flocking elsewhere. This is a year old article that I wrote but has some valuable insight to the De La Rue Brandt 8625 (can't remember off the top of my head but it may be the 8625A) Additionally, these machines are old and I believe DLR sold their machine authenticating business to Telaris (sp) I still encourage you to do your due diligence and authenticate your IQD yourself ... it's an investment folks ... not a pony ride ... and it only takes a second or two per note. Peace to all Doc31
  12. It's up now ... 144 total against 2.19 cash ... big drop from Thursday إعلان رقم (1930) تـم افتتــاح عروض لجنة بيع وشراء الدولار اليومـي التسعمائة والثلاثون بعد الالف لبيـع وشــراء العملـة الأجنبية في البنك المركزي العراقـي ليـوم الاحد 3-7-2011 وكانت النتائج كالآتي: التفاصيل الملاحظات عدد المصارف المساهمة في المزاد 15السعر الاساس الذي رسا عليه المزاد بيعا دينار /دولار 1170السعر الذي رسا عليه المزاد شراءاً دينار / دولار -----المبلغ المباع من قبل البنك بسعر المزاد - دولار 144,389,000المبلغ المشترى من قبل البنك بسعر المزاد - دولار -----مجموع عروض الشراء - دولار 144,389,000مجموع عروض البيع - دولار ----علما ان : سعر البيع للحوالات (1183) دينار / دولار بضمنها عمولة البنك المركزي وقدرها (13) دينار لكل دولار. سعر البيع النقدي (1183) دينار / دولار بضمنها عمولة البنك المركزي وقدرها (13) دينار لكل دولار. 2. الكمية المباعة نقد بمبلغ (2,190,000) دولار والكمية المباعة حوالات بمبلغ (142,199,000) دولار. 3. يتقاضى البنك المركزي عمولة قدرها(13) دينار لكل دولار مع خصم (8) دينار/ دولار عن المبالغ المشتراة اي ان:سعر شراء الدولار النقدي =(سعر البيع للدولار النقدي - 8). 4. يستمر البنك المركزي العراقي ببيع وشراء الدولار وبسعر (1170) ويتقاضى نفس العمولات المذكورة اعلاه. تقرير عن اسعار صرف الدولار في اسواق مدينة بغداد: أسعار الصرف نشرة اسعار العملات الرئيسيه: نشرة اسعار العملات الرئيسيه اليوميه <p align="center"> جميع الحقوق محفوظة - البنك المركزي العراقي 2011 | حقوق النشر وحدود المسئولية
  13. Thanks all ... I just love that little blue guy ... in the past I have been him ... lol Peace Doc31
  14. JUST SAYIN' !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes I know that there hasn't been an auction since the 30th of June (but I had a few minutes this morning) ... anyway ... did you really look at the auction? The cash portion (second from right, last line) hasn't been this large since October 5, 2010... subterfuge ... a sign ... panic ... (your choice)?! Let's look at the facts ... that is a significant change ... what's to come of it? Well ... there seems to be only two choices: 1) more clown show 2) delivery of a promise Folks ... we are on the ride and can't influence the outcome except for ourselves (by buying more, ceasing, or selling) by even a minute. Sit back ... enjoy the weekend and remember that it was purchased by veterans so long ago ... (safely) celebrate our freedoms, thank a vet (or 20), watch the fireworks and be ready for work on Tuesday ... if the gurus are right ... you can give notice. Happy 4th of July, Peace to all ... thank you vets Doc31
  15. Easy there my friend ... most folks will glance at this and think that you are hoping for $.26 ... when in fact I know that you actually mean 1/.26=$3.85! It is a good time for folks to re-aquaint themselves with what an RV will actually look like when presented in IQD/USD format though. Peace Doc31
  16. The sexual assault case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn is on the verge of collapse as investigators have uncovered major holes in the credibility of the housekeeper who charged that he attacked her in his Manhattan hotel suite in May, according to two well-placed law enforcement officials. Although forensic tests found unambiguous evidence of a sexual encounter between Mr. Strauss-Kahn, a French politician, and the woman, prosecutors now do not believe much of what the accuser has told them about the circumstances or about herself. Since her initial allegation on May 14, the accuser has repeatedly lied, one of the law enforcement officials said. Senior prosecutors met with lawyers for Mr. Strauss-Kahn on Thursday and provided details about their findings, and the parties are discussing whether to dismiss the felony charges. Among the discoveries, one of the officials said, are issues involving the asylum application of the 32-year-old housekeeper, who is Guinean, and possible links to people involved in criminal activities, including drug dealing and money laundering. Prosecutors and defense lawyers will return to State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Friday morning, when Justice Michael J. Obus is expected to consider easing the extraordinary bail conditions that he imposed on Mr. Strauss-Kahn in the days after he was charged. Indeed, Mr. Strauss-Kahn could be released on his own recognizance, and freed from house arrest, reflecting the likelihood that the serious charges against him will not be sustained. The district attorney’s office may try to require Mr. Strauss-Kahn to plead guilty to a misdemeanor, but his lawyers are likely to contest such a move. The revelations are a stunning change of fortune for Mr. Strauss-Kahn, 62, who was considered a strong contender for the French presidency before being accused of sexually assaulting the woman who went to clean his luxury suite at the Sofitel New York. Prosecutors from the office of the Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., who initially were emphatic about the strength of the case and the account of the victim, plan to tell the judge on Friday that they “have problems with the case” based on what their investigators have discovered, and will disclose more of their findings to the defense. The woman still maintains that she was attacked, the officials said. “It is a mess, a mess on both sides,” one official said. According to the two officials, the woman had a phone conversation with an incarcerated man within a day of her encounter with Mr. Strauss-Kahn in which she discussed the possible benefits of pursuing the charges against him. The conversation was recorded. That man, the investigators learned, had been arrested on charges of possessing 400 pounds of marijuana. He is among a number of individuals who made multiple cash deposits, totaling around $100,000, into the woman’s bank account over the last two years. The deposits were made in Arizona, Georgia, New York and Pennsylvania. The investigators also learned that she was paying hundreds of dollars every month in phone charges to five companies. The woman had insisted she had only one phone and said she knew nothing about the deposits except that they were made by a man she described as her fiancé and his friends. In addition, one of the officials said, she told investigators that her application for asylum included mention of a previous rape, but there was no such account in the application. She also told them that she had been subjected to genital mutilation, but her account to the investigators differed from what was contained in the asylum application. A lawyer for the woman, Kenneth Thompson, could not be immediately reached for comment on Thursday evening. In recent weeks, Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers, Benjamin Brafman and William W. Taylor III, have made it clear that they would make the credibility of the woman a focus of their case. In a May 25 letter, they said they had uncovered information that would “gravely undermine the credibility” of the accuser. Still, it was the prosecutor’s investigators who found the information about the woman. The case involving Mr. Strauss-Kahn has made international headlines and renewed attention on accusations that he had behaved inappropriately toward women in the past, while, more broadly, prompting soul-searching among the French about the treatment of women. The revelations about the investigators’ findings are likely to buttress the view of Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s supporters, who complained that the American authorities had rushed to judgment in the case. Some of Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s allies even contended that he had been set up by his political rivals, an assertion that law enforcement authorities said there was no evidence to support. Mr. Strauss-Kahn resigned from his post as managing director of the International Monetary Fund in the wake of the housekeeper’s accusations and was required to post $1 million bail and a $5 million bond. He also agreed to remain under 24-hour home confinement while wearing an ankle monitor and providing a security team and an armed guard at the entrance and exit of the building where he was living. The conditions are costing Mr. Strauss-Kahn $250,000 a month. Prosecutors had sought the restrictive conditions in part by arguing that the case against Mr. Strauss-Kahn was a strong one, citing a number of factors, including the credibility of his accuser, with one prosecutor saying her story was “compelling and unwavering.” In the weeks after making her accusations, the woman, who arrived in the United States from Guinea in 2002, was described by relatives and friends as an unassuming and hard-working immigrant with a teenage daughter. She had no criminal record, and had been a housekeeper at the Sofitel for a few years, they said. Mr. Strauss-Kahn was such a pariah in the initial days after the arrest that neighbors of an Upper East Side apartment building objected when he and his wife tried to rent a unit there. He eventually rented a three-story town house on Franklin Street in TriBeCa. Under the relaxed conditions of bail to be requested on Friday, the district attorney’s office would retain Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s passport but he would be permitted to travel within the United States. The woman told the authorities that she had gone to Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s suite to clean it and that he emerged naked from the bathroom and attacked her. The formal charges accused him of ripping her pantyhose, trying to rape her and forcing her to perform oral sex; his lawyers say there is no evidence of force and have suggested that any sex was consensual. After the indictment was filed, Mr. Vance spoke briefly on the courthouse steps addressing hundreds of local and foreign reporters who had been camped out in front of the imposing stone edifice. He characterized the charges as “extremely serious” and said the “evidence supports the commission of nonconsensual forced sexual acts.” Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers, Mr. Brafman and Mr. Taylor, declined to comment on Thursday evening. The case was not scheduled to return to court until July 18. Let's see ... charged ... held without bail ... the minute he resigns the IMF he gets bail ... not only that but he is allowed to leave the country! Now the case is falling apart ... did I miss anything? The timing smelled like a setup and the results seem to say that someone wanted Strauss-Kahn either away from the IMF or crippled enough to be excluded from the French elections. My money is on the IMF ... powerful strings being pulled ... ah, but maybe JUST coincidence. Peace Doc31
  17. I feel your pain my friend ... I'm a displaced Texan ... lol Mine is what my wife and I love to do ... fly trikes! Peace Doc31
  18. Go Google lunar cycle calendar 2011 ... better yet you'll notice that you can go forward in 2011 ... if we can go back in time thousands or more years at the planetarium I promise we can tell you what phase the moon will be in. In fact punch in June 2025 below the phase calendar and you can see the phases 14 years in advance ... My point is in fact that Warka et al's statement is nonsense Doc31
  19. Ok ... so ... they didn't know that it was coming? No that can't be it. All of the printers in Iraq and throughout the world missed this one ... no ... that can't be it. They just forgot to schedule it? ... no ... that can't be it. I'm sure you get the point Peace Doc31
  20. I've tried contacting Brandon via profile and email. Now I'm wondering if this is a hoax ... newbie ... publishing email address on a post ... I'm still interested ... check your email if this legitimate and contact me Peace Doc31
  21. That is all you need to see to dismiss the entire article ... I don't need a link. MS the minister of propaganda ... the original "lopster" ... whom Shabbibi had to correct every time Saleh made an "appearance" He is bound to be right occasionally because he often takes both sides of an argument on different days ... but I'm not going to believe anything until I've seen it from a credible source. Doc31
  22. I'm interested ... bought a lot from DV members ... always have been great to deal with. Check your email. Peace Doc31
  23. Heather You were excellent to deal with. A very smooth transaction. As I told you I wrote a piece on how great it has been to deal with DV folks. Thank you Peace Doc31
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