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Thanks for the News Adam.....Do you still think your prediction 1st Quarter 2019 is on Track?.....News looks good...

Oil is going up.....Just need that HCL to get implemented.....Hope you think so......Thanks for the response.....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, yusofsabri said:

Fyi, Ramadhan this year would be sometime in May. So we should move backward our new window from Q2 to end of Q1 😃😃😃

THERE'S OUR DATE! 

 

Cinco de Mayo is the begining of Ramadon 2019 (and it is on a Sunday, the 1st business day of the week in Iraq). 

 

The Global Currency Reset is upon us. The Peso meets the Dinar! :mexican:

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Thank you Adam!   Where does the WTO play a part in all this?   Doesn't Iraq need to be a member before any switches are turned on?

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Like I say next window of opportunity 1st of July to mid July 2019! After that closes next opportunity March 2020! Sorry folks!! This is coming from the old Possum here on the Clear Fork of the Trinity! 😎

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1 hour ago, Artitech said:

next opportunity

next opportunity is right now imo 

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23 hours ago, DinarThug said:

The 2nd Quarter Works For Me - And Davis Is Already Preparing His Big Halftime Celebration Wardrobe Malfunction ! :o 

 

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:D  :D  :D 

 

14 hours ago, yusofsabri said:

Fyi, Ramadhan this year would be sometime in May. So we should move backward our new window from Q2 to end of Q1 😃😃😃

 

Ok, But Just Remember During The Big Davis Post RV Celebration To ‘Fear The Thong’ ! :o 

 
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And Tear Away Pants ...
 
:D  :D  :D 
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Thanks Adam :twothumbs:  A shout out to to Julie and Mods :woot:  :woot:  Have a great weekend DV  :D

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17 minutes ago, dinarRama11 said:

Adam, why is it that you force the cycle billing for VIP!">VIP memberships? 

 

If I may address, I do believe that this was mentioned when we signed up for this service. I think " forced cycle billing " is a little harsh, but if you read the disclaimer when you first entertained making the purchase, you would of seen that. That said, its been awhile since I joined so I maybe off a little.

 

  Hope this helps

 

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On 3/15/2019 at 4:13 AM, Caye98 said:

THERE'S OUR DATE! 

 

Cinco de Mayo is the begining of Ramadon 2019 (and it is on a Sunday, the 1st business day of the week in Iraq). 

 

The Global Currency Reset is upon us. The Peso meets the Dinar! :mexican:

Now that was good,   :bravo:

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well in other words I like the option as it was before month by month, 3 months,7 months + something like that. but its now mandatory for cycle monthly billing. so that's y I said force to.. its not harsh its what it is. is just like for say you go to amazon to purchase and the have the auto billing button already selected right? so you have the option to click it off and go the route you choose.

 

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2 hours ago, dinarRama11 said:

well in other words I like the option as it was before month by month, 3 months,7 months + something like that. but its now mandatory for cycle monthly billing. so that's y I said force to.. its not harsh its what it is. is just like for say you go to amazon to purchase and the have the auto billing button already selected right? so you have the option to click it off and go the route you choose.

 

 

No worries dinarRama. Just offering some insight from what I see but ultimately its a decision the owner of this site makes, in this case Adam.

 

 I Don't want to second guess him of course, but hey, no one person can make everyone happy.

 

Sorry I was not much help.

 

  Cheers, pp

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