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July 26 2017 4:12 pm EDT GCR Intel Situation Report: Judy Byington...

Correction to an earlier Situation Report: John McCain, not Mitch McConnell, was the lead negotiator for the American Cabal in Congress. McCain got a warning for delaying the monetary reforms (aka USN) in the Senate.
The entire free world was on standby waiting for the US Republic Congress to become GESARA compliant (financially via USN) so we could get on with the RV.
Trump was waiting, too. He cannot wait to be release from his Russian, Chinese, and Republic amnesty contract.
We believe even the Cabal wanted a clean transfer of power to keep their sins under cover. We know the Chinese would like as much time as possible before the holiday shopping season to jump start the world economy. There's incredible "get-it-done-yesterday" pressure being asserted. Everything was coming to a head at the speed of light.
Correction to an earlier Situation Report: John McCain, not Mitch McConnell, was the lead negotiator for the American Cabal in Congress. McCain got a warning for delaying the monetary reforms (aka USN) in the Senate.

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here's another article related to the above...



EVERYTHING. Re-read it.
We never wrote that Iraq would RV their currency this weekend, the 28th & 29th.
Well, have you been floating down a Lazy River since our July 7th post, taking it easy - WAITING, like we suggested you do? Chillin…..?
Our Theme Today: “In the Coming Days - Think Waaaaaay Outside the BOX!”


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29 minutes ago, MisterNope said:

Clown grandma crossing the street at 5pm today at the corner of Pine and Van Ness in San Fran is the signal for the RV.

If her cart is full the rate will be low.

If her cart is empty count on $11 rate!



but if on a three wheel bicycle...then you pick your own rate


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The centerpiece of today’s modern bathroom, the flush toilet has equal roots in ancient sanitation practices, Elizabethan politics and Industrial Revolution know-how. Primitive latrines that utilized a constant stream of water to carry away waste date back at least 5,000 years, and early toilet systems were used by the several ancient civilizations, including the Romans and the Mohenjo-Dara and Harappa of the Indus Valley.

The first modern flushable toilet was described in 1596 by Sir John Harington, an English courtier and the godson of Queen Elizabeth I. Harington’s device called for a 2-foot-deep oval bowl waterproofed with pitch, resin and wax and fed by water from an upstairs cistern. Flushing Harington’s pot required 7.5 gallons of water—a veritable torrent in the era before indoor plumbing. Harington noted that when water was scarce, up to 20 people could use his commode between flushes. Harington described his device in a satirical pamphlet entitled ‘A New Discourse on a Stale Subject, called the Metamorphosis of Ajax”—a pun on the term “a jakes,” which was a popular slang term for toilets. Although Harington installed a working model for Queen Elizabeth at Richmond Palace, it took several centuries—and the Industrial Revolution’s improvements in manufacturing and waste disposal — for the flush toilet to catch on.

In 1775 English inventor Alexander Cumming was granted the first patent for a flush toilet. His greatest innovation was the S-shaped pipe below the bowl that used water to create a seal preventing sewer gas from entering through the toilet. In the late-19th century, a London plumbing impresario named Thomas Crapper manufactured one of the first widely successful lines of flush toilets. Crapper did not invent the toilet, but he did develop the ballcock, an improved tank-filling mechanism still used in toilets today. Crapper’s name would become synonymous with the devices he sold (although the English word “crap” predates him by centuries), thanks in part to American servicemen stationed overseas during World War I. These doughboys, unfamiliar with the relatively new-fangled invention, referred to the toilets as “crappers”—due to the Crapper brand’s ubiquity in England and Franc—and brought the term back home with them after the war.

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