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  1. I love it and so true...I've lived in Wis almost my whole life...infact I wasn't to far from where Adam is from...
  2. Praying to St. Anthony...thats funny..Tony is the one who probably took them. Now pray to Jesus..he created Saints.. best of luck!
  3. Now if this was a Playboy article I would read it cause thats what I do....TeeeeeeHeeee heee:)
  4. Yeah lets just have the Middle East take over the world and kill us all. What a GOOFBALL!!!
  5. how do you look up old threads like that...and sorry for double post
  6. ok but their talking like the value of the dinar is normal....
  7. By Khayoun Saleh Azzaman, January 2, 2012 The Central Bank says it will not allow the Iraqi dinar to depreciate and has been selling hundreds of millions of dollars to keep the currency stable. The Iraqi dinar weakened in December last year, prompting the bank to sell dollars in a bid to withdraw cash from Iraqi markets. The bank did not say what brought the dinar to plummet to lows it had not seen for years, but officials privately say the plunge might have been due to political uncertainty in the region. Mudher Saleh, Central Bank’s deputy governor, has said there were no sound economic reasons for the currency’s weakening. The bank coffers are said to be brimming with hard cash from oil sales. Saleh said the bank would not let the dinar fall and in one day in December last year it sold $200 million on the open market to squeeze liquidity. “We withdrew in one single day about one quarter of a trillion dinars, thereby brining stability to the currency,” Saleh said. One reason for the dinar’s fall, according to Saleh, might be the economic difficulties Iraq’s neighbors are facing, particularly Syria and Iran. He said Iraqi traders and industrialists have turned into middlemen for these countries, the thing which has led to a substantial growth in demand for hard currency.
  8. mattevan


    I'm a Raider/Packer fan and I love Tebow...He is a role model for kids and for the NFL and I'm so glad that he is spreading the word of Jesus Christ through football....Go Packers!!
  9. Well I'm a Bible thumper which makes me a Lord follower. I want this Rv to happen just as much as anyone here but "I don't want to gain the whole world and lose my soul".God will provide for me and anyone if you believe... Go Rv..!!
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