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2 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

Yes, I fixed it now. Thanks for pointing it out! :twothumbs: 

Thanks Adam for your Weds. reviews and answers to the questions asked. I really enjoy your considerate thoughts on just what is going on. That hcl law is really dragging on, but as laid back and synopsis and of course yota all seem to be on the same page.  Mosul needs to be re-taken, fully seated government (almost there)  and stability.


Thanks Again

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4 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

Yes, I fixed it now. Thanks for pointing it out! :twothumbs: 

SnowGlobe Went Racing Out Of Here Worried That U Were Going To Fix The Cat ! :o

:D   :D   :D


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Thanks Adam, I look forward to reading your "rate thesis" and comments about verifying the dinar I/we hold is not counterfeit.

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Thanks Adam for the updates every week.

I was thinking the other day about how much better the site has become since the days a few years ago when we had so many naysayers and trouble makers keeping things stired up by telling us that this was a scam and we would lose everything. Today it much nicer to get on the site and find people who are serious about the investment and try to keep everyone up to date on what's going on. Maybe the naysayers got jobs with the media.


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10 hours ago, DinarThug said:

SnowGlobe Went Racing Out Of Here Worried That U Were Going To Fix The Cat ! :o

:D   :D   :D


What was Snow doing at your place anyways?  And who's cat was gonna get fixed?  And how many cats do you have?  And who was worried more about the cat(s) getting fixed?  And I didn't even know you two were seeing each other.  Maybe that's why we need a link for everything now.  Is there a link for getting your cat fixed?

Inquiring minds want to know.  Me too.

DW Out

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      Morning all!
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