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Saturday, June 18, 2016

WSOMN CHAT UPDATED, 18 JUNE

WSOMN

AdminBill:  GOOD RUMOR TODAY. This is what I have so far : The Admiral group people were called to meeting this morning.

RaginCajun:  ADMINBILL- THAT'S WANT SOME OTHERS ARE HEARING ALSO

Blessed2bablessing:  This is Sumpie’s (a retired US Army Captain) reply to Dr. Clark’s post.

Link to Dr. Clarkes Post

It is from the 6/18/16 WSOMN afternoon forum chat.  It is his personal “observations” regarding several points found in Dr. Clark’s latest post (6/17/16).

(Blessed2BABlessing has re-posted this with Sumpie’s permission.)


Sumpie:  Observation #1: One observation I had with Dr. C's "contribution" is that he believed the U.S. was omnipotent.

Observation #2: his statement that "if it doesn't happen by the 17th - we'd say there's a 20% change by the 17th". Surely, a typing error. Also, "we think there's a 99% probability that Iraq will raise their rate the last week of September." Wait, he just said 20% change by the 17th and 99%change during (not "by") the last week of September…

Observation #3: He said, “Oil- Petro dollar: Folks, oil will be around a long long time, and the U.S. is going to become even more entrenched in it and support..." ANY observer of the U.S. establishment of the Petro dollar and it control until a few years ago knows that the U.S. has be losing control to countries who are trading oil in non-USD. Russia and China, Syria and India, ect. How does this person suggest the U.S. is going to become "even more entrenched"?
 
Observation #4: Dr. C sets up a straw man in saying "This is NOT about the Chinese Government bailing out the world." Strong language. It is not, nor has it been understood to have been the Chinese Government. But, the private holders (families, etc.).  Surely you know that MAO failed utterly in getting his murderous hands on the gold that some VERY smart people believe to represent 90% of all the gold in the world.
 
Observation #5: Dr. C is (IMO) Mt. Goat. Surely, his great knowledge should bring him to stoop to us poor little idiots and help us understand
 
Observation #6: Iraq and VN are the U.S.'s trophies? Well, I was in the military during the VN war and I do not remember carrying the trophy back in '72.
 
Observation #7: regarding the CE: "...your money is your money...legally they can't even do this...nonsense about having humanitarian goals, plans business...insane, Don't be Stupid..."
 
(Of course he claims there are not contract rates. If so, he is correct. If there ARE contract rates, they can elect to offer them with any condition they like if it is legal. Another strawman.)
 
Observation #8: 8th (and last) Observation: Dr. C says regarding intel providers, "most have NO record of success - especially handling MONEY or BUSINESS." How can this person make such a claim? Does he know who all these people are and their professional background, to boot? Of course not…

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zejaybee :  Sumpie  Could he be the announcement it isn't going to happen for another 3 months similar to the same announcement in 1991 that Kuwait will not revalue for 3 months and then it happened over night. Just something to think about

Sumpie : Perhaps the Wednesday June 22 event will answer for him.

GEG-Dinar:  How do you know Dr. Clarke isn't telling the truth?  At this point nobody in Dinar Land has been spot on so why dismiss the good Doc out of hand?  Just because this individual is telling you things you don't want to hear doesn't mean there isn't truth in what is being told.  

Do we  want to be told things that only make us feel good such as it's gonna RV tomorrow and we'll all get contract rates on all our currencies?  

At this point I'm open to listening to all views and seeing what plays out.  Personally I'm more inclined to believe Dr. Clarke's views over somebody like Yxxxxx or Fxxxxxx, (although Dr. Clarke's idea that oil will be at $100 this time next year is a crock of nonsense IMO) but I'm still open to hearing all views, and not just the ones that make me feel all warm and gooey.

MTiedel: I know who "Dr. Clarke" is….That’s why   ….He's not a bad guy, just doing what he's supposed to do!. I've been in this Dinar 11.5 years. I flew the original loads of IQD into the ME, 244,000 lbs each trip. I've been on the sidelines for quite some time, waiting. I missed the Kuwait Dinar reval because I thought it was all BS!, but rest of my crew bought a bunch of Kuwati Dinar and are each worth well over 28 million. I swore I wouldn't miss out again!. So....Like the rest of us, I'll just sit and wait!!!!.

 DWIM:  As a fairly uninformed lurker and holder of D, I have appreciated all of the various comments - many instructive - in response to the Dr. Clarke post.  In particular, I appreciated (ragincagin?) one post that essentially said, 'in time we will all know/understand who had it right... in the meantime we wait and do our best..."  Thank you. 

Evenstar: :  Well Dr. Clarke like many others is very convinced that his information from his sources is correct... He may be right on many of his points and he may not......there are lots of pieces to this puzzle and i think they are all coming together from Iraq, Vietnam, Brics. Government, IMF, BIS, and all around the world ....

When the puzzle is finished..we get to exchange........IMO....but i sure like to read everything out there and keep an open mind...and I really appreciate everyone who shares what they hear.

Secretly I hope that the Nesara/Republic people really are right but hav’nt seen any proof of this either......I won't hold my breath........but I still hope its true...lol

DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 18 JUNE

6-18-2016   Newshound Guru Mountainman   Suddenly, Miraculously IRAQ will Emerge On Schedule, ON TIME...YES...(THEY) Know How and When to Get things DONE...

6-18-2016  Newshound Guru Breitling
  I made this statement on what’s coming down the pipe, what I’m hearing, what they are trying to set up and the windows they are talking about…I get an email from a gentleman saying “Hey I’m confused…your timing is different from my timing.”  for one thing it’s NOT my timing.  I was just relaying it.  I was reluctant to do that in the first place because of these types of emails and thinking…think before you send me these emails…I kind of giggled….it’s not like I came up with this myself.  It’s very strange.  there are a few windows coming up and it’s on them.  Having said that I want you to know this…[post 1 of 2]

6-18-2016   Newshound Guru wmawhite    IMO...we will see the true value of the IQD before Iraq ascends to the WTO.

6-18-2016   Newshound Guru rcookie
   WTO ACCESSION...IS AN ECONOMIC AND FISCAL OBJECTIVE THEY HAVE WORKED FOR YEARS ON ...AND NECESSARY FOR THEIR COUNTRY TO PARTICIPATE IN INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE SECTOR ECONOMY AND ENGAGE IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT WITH SIMILAR COUNTRIES...THEY CANNOT COMPETE AND SURVIVE IN THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE AND ECONOMIES WITH A CURRENCY WORTH LESS THAN A TENTH OF A PENNY!!... THE MOVE TO ARTICLE VIII IS A NECESSARY STEP TO BE A PART OF THE GLOBAL OPEN MARKET ECONOMY ...AND SENDING CONFIDENCE TO ATTRACT INT'L INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS...YOU SHOULD BE MORE EXCITED NOW THAN EVER BEFORE!

DAVE SCHMIDT UPDATE, 18 JUNE

Update on the RC/GCR, 
the World of the Money Changers,
No Radio Program This Week!

Dear Friends,

The last three weeks have been somewhat of a wild ride for myself.  This whole world of the RV/GCR is filled with all kinds of characters from both sides of the aisle.  I call it the world of the money changers, as that is exactly what they doing.

These money changers come in all shapes, sizes and dimensions.  There are those with good hearts with good intentions to help fix this crazy world that seems to be falling apart.  There are some that are very greedy and out for themselves.  When you look at the world from their perspective you can maybe understand why they may be greedy.  Many of them see this world falling apart and want millions of dollars to make themselves feel safe in this crazy world.  It's the survival of the fittest theory, and they are doing everything they can to make themselves feel more 'fitter' than their neighbor.

There are so many different stories out there of what is going on, that is hard for anyone who does not have a good inside perspective to gain a realistic picture.  I have been fortunate enough to see the bigger picture and at times it is even confusing to me.

But here is what I am fairly certain about.  If you are not involved in a private exchange with a written contract it is fairly certain you will never see the higher rates posted on the blog sites.  Those are reserved by the money changers for sovereign entities and whales.  A very small number of moms and pops have been able to participate.  They just happened to know the right people at the right time.  But, believe me, those numbers are very few in contrast the supposed millions who have dinar to exchange.

Based on my sources I do believe we are very close to seeing this thing pop, we are about to see some major changes.  It has all been dependent on those at the very top who control the money and money changers.  They have had to have a change in their behavior, and it appears their power of the money system is about to blow wide open.

It is no secret that the G7 countries are all bankrupt.  They cannot continue in their current state much longer without there being a world wide financial collapse.  It is still possible that may happen, it could go either way.  I do think regardless of what happens, we are going to have a period of deep economic uncertainty.  How long it will last is anybody's guess.  It is the season of collective labor, which is usually a season of turmoil and some pain before the new baby comes into existence.

This GCR that has been talked about is this new financial system.  I do believe it is very possible for the millions of moms and pops who have those crazy currencies, i.e., dinar, dong and zims to be able to exchange at a bank, but at very low rates in contrast to those being offered by the money changers.

Let me give an potential example.  The main currency of the dinar is the 25,000 note.  If you have those you paid around $25 for each one.  The rumor is Iraq is printing up new currency denominations to fall in line with the rest of the world.  There is also rumors they will drop the zeros on the existing currency, meaning a 25,000 note will become a 25 dinar note to exchange. It will carry the value as the new 25 dinar note.  If the new rate is published at $3 per dinar, then yes you may see a 300% increase, but not the 3000%+ that the money changers are throwing around.

It is a crazy world out there, lots of instability, lots of rumors, lots of down right lies.  Lots of attacks as well as some very good truth mixed in by some very good people.

Nothing in this money changing world is etched in stone.  It is constantly changing.  What was good last year or last month may not exist tomorrow.  So do not think that what you read, what you heard or what someone wrote last month is going to apply to tomorrow.  It is a rapidly changing crazy world with the money changers.

I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet some very good and wonderful people in this process.  I have also had the opportunity to go down some very deep rabbit holes that would just blow most people away. 

I have also run across a few ruthless players as well.  I have spent 30 years of my life being around politics, 12 years as an elected official.  In there I saw and experienced all......the good, the bad and the ugly.  In this world of money changers, it's the same..........the good, the bad and the ugly.  In the world of money and power you will experience it all.

It is not my job nor am I here to say who is who.  That is very subjective without knowing all the very deep facts and details.  We all know when it comes to money, corruption abounds and only those with the most money can really influence deep change.  I know my limits, and I am not one of those with the 'most money.'

This whole money changing business has been somewhat like the old 'gold rushes.'  Some get rich, some get a little and some get nothing.  It has been my goal to help you, the everyday moms and pops to get across the finish line.  My goal has been to help you to be set free from these hundreds of years of financial slavery that has been placed upon us by the bosses of the money changers.

I do believe that is happening.  But I also believe it is going to be a process of a number of years.  I think we are very close to the first step of this change becoming public.  When that happens, it will set into motion follow up actions that cannot be stopped.  We are in a world that is rapidly changing.  I believe in the end those changes are going to be for the better.  I am choosing to do my part with what I can to help bring about this new and better world.

Thank you for listening.    

BACKDOC ALERT, 18 JUNE

 Backdoc Alert

This could be the week the UK breaks up with Europe
 
Thursday's vote by the U.K. on whether to exit the European Unionshould bring an end to weeks of uncertainty, but markets could very well remain volatile no matter what happens.
 
There is a wide variety of outcomes expected. The majority view in financial markets has been that the U.K. will stay in the EU, while many recent polls have shown those supporting leaving the trade bloc have taken a slight lead. That said, markets could still see a major shift in either direction when the results are released early Friday morning U.K. time.
 
Even with lots of pre-positioning, analysts say if the vote is to leave, the pound could fall further, stocks and commodities sell off and investors would seek safe havens like gold and bonds. A vote to stay may have the opposite effect, causing a snap back in the pound and risk assets and a sell-off in bonds.
 
Brexit in London
 
"Markets have become increasingly sensitive to the polls as the gap has closed. We still think the odds are strongest in favor of staying. What that does is it set up a binary outcome where it sets up the potential for a big surprise if they vote to leave," said Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo Investment Institute head global market strategist.
 
Another big event in the week ahead is Fed Chair Janet Yellen's two days of testimony on the economy before Senate and House committees Tuesday and Wednesday. Little new is expected from the Fed chair, after Wednesday's postmeeting statement and forecasts on the economy and rates.
 
"It's hard to see her deviating from the press conference she just had. I don't know how [Yellen] go[es] from being as uncertain as [she was] Wednesday to gaining certainty next Tuesday," said John Briggs, head of strategy at RBS.
 
The Fed this past week rolled back its expectations for interest rate hikes for the next couple of years and signaled it may only have one hike this year. That unsettled markets since the Fed just several weeks ago was indicating it wanted to hike rates this summer. The news was taken particularly hard in the bond market, where yields have been moving into historically low ranges due to central bank easing and concerns about Brexit.
 
"She'll probably be asked about the international issues and the linkages to the economy, so she might sound a little bit more cautious," Michelle Meyer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch deputy head of economics.
 
But market focus will most likely be dominated by Brexit. The implications of the vote are difficult to discern, with one European official saying this past week that an exit "could be the beginning of the destruction of not only the EU but also of Western political civilization."
 
The Bank of England has warned of risks of recession and threats to financial stability that could spill over into the global economy, and it says sterling and stocks could fall further. The Bank has put contingencies in place in the event it would need to support banks, and it and other central banks are preparing to help maintain stability.
 
But some in the market see these warnings as overly dramatic, and they say a buying opportunity could open up in markets after an immediate shakeout.
 
"Given markets have priced in a decent chance of both outcomes, we think reasonably large moves and most certainly some volatility can be expected whatever the result at this stage. One other key point to keep in mind is that if the vote is close, especially with a leave result, we would expect speculation around the possibility of a second referendum. This may not come to pass … but nevertheless, even such speculation could add to volatility in the days after the result is announced," wrote Nomura rate strategists.
 
Christopher said aside from market reaction, the impact on the U.S. economy would actually be minimal since the U.K. is not a big trade partner with the U.S., and there is a two-year period for the U.K. to work on its exit with the EU. Critics have focused on the arduous task of unraveling the U.K.'s position in the European trade bloc and realigning trade relationships.
 
There are also varying expectations on how impactful the vote could ultimately be on the structure of the 28-member European Union and the 19-member eurozone, the countries that use the euro. The big fear has been that the British would be just the first to depart the EU, prompting disgruntled core eurozone countries to choose to exit, threatening the future of the single euro currency.
 
"The U.K.'s been a marginal member of the EU. They've never been an active participant. To pull out of that, I don't think it's a major event," said Robert Sinche, global strategist at Amherst Pierpont. However, if a euro zone country tried to leave, that would be a much bigger deal. "To pull out of the single currency is a huge event," he said.
 
"I think there is this risk that we pre-positioned for a bad outcome in Brexit. It's in the bond market, and it's in the currency market. I think even if Brexit happens, it's more of a knee-jerk reaction," said Sinche, adding those positions including a near-record short in the pound, would have to be unwound.
 
If the U.K. votes to leave, "it could be very negative, but the epicenter would be the U.K., maybe some spillover to Europe and little to the U.S. We don't think this is going to be a major factor for the global economy and the U.S. economy," Sinche said.
 
The vote comes at a time when markets were already testy, with global bond yields falling to record lows and some, such as the 10-year German bund, falling into negative territory. The 10-year Treasury yield fell as low as 1.47 percent, its lowest since 2012. The 10-year was yielding about 1.60 percent late Friday.
 
Stocks were lower on the week, with the S&P 500 down 1.2 percent at 2,071.
 
"It's going to take a long time for a separation to be felt," said Christopher. "On a strong negative vote, you could test [S&P 500] 2,000 or a little bit below, at support levels. We think it's going to be a buying opportunity."
 
Christopher said the 10-year yield could test its all-time closing low around 1.39 percent. "You could hit that again," he said. "We think investors should stay in the middle of the curve and look for high-quality corporates."
 
"The interesting thing is we could see the currencies against the dollar moving in different directions, maybe offsetting each other. You could see the pound at 1.30, 1.25 even. You could see the euro weaken but not as much as sterling," said Christopher. The pound was trading at about 1.43 against the dollar Friday.
 
http://pub-origin.cnbc.com/2016/06/17/this-could-be-the-week-the-uk-breaks-up-with-europe.html


The Only Certainty for World’s Central Bankers Is Uncertainty

From the immediate possibility of Britain leaving the European Union to the longer-term consequences of aging populations, the world’s major central banks this week just aren’t sure what to do next.
 
Officials from the U.S., Japan, the U.K. and Switzerland all opted to keep monetary policy unchanged this week as they await the June 23 Brexit vote and try to make better sense of the deep-seated forces shaping their economies.

“We are quite uncertain about where rates are heading in the longer term,”
 Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told reporters on Wednesday, noting that an aging society and lagging productivity growth suggested borrowing costs should be below historical normal levels.
The lack of action by four of the most prominent central banks fueled perceptions among investors that monetary policy makers are increasingly at a loss about what to do in the face of a struggling global economy and distorted world financial markets.
 
That feeling, coupled with worries about the fallout should the U.K. opt out of the EU, sent world stock prices skidding lower this week and drove bond yields down, in some cases into once-unheard-of negative territory.
Risk Averse
 
“It’s clearly risk-off for investors right now,” Susan Long McAndrews, a partner at investor Pantheon Ventures Inc. in San Francisco, said on Bloomberg Television on Thursday. “Markets don’t like the uncertainty.”
 
Yellen said the U.K. referendum was a reason why the Federal Open Market Committee chose to hold rates steady on Wednesday.
 
“It is a decision that could have consequences for economic and financial conditions in global financial markets,” she said of the U.K. vote. It also “could have consequences in turn for the U.S. economic outlook.”
 
Japan and Switzerland could potentially see an economically damaging surge in their currencies if the U.K. elects not to remain in the EU. It’s “possible that we’ll have turbulences” in reaction to a Brexit, Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan said in a Bloomberg Television interview Thursday. Officials from major central banks could act in global markets to prevent any “exaggerations,” he added.
 
Former Bank of England policy maker Adam Posen said the U.K. will probably face a currency crisis if it votes to pull out of the EU.
 
While the central bank might first try to support the economy by easing credit, Posen said at a conference Wednesday that it would eventually have to raise interest rates to restore confidence in the pound.
 
“The odds are you get capital flight and an interest rate hike and a recession,” said Posen, who is now president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington.
 
Brexit isn’t the only uncertainty central bankers are grappling with.

Monetary Setting
 
Yellen said the Fed is trying to figure out the best monetary-policy setting for an economy that is approaching full employment and where inflation is forecast to rise back to its 2 percent target eventually.
 
Since raising rates from near-zero in December, the U.S. central bank has kept policy steady for four straight meetings.
 
The Fed chief in the past has ascribed the low level of rates mainly to lingering headwinds from the financial crisis -- tight mortgage credit, for instance -- and suggested that such factors would dissipate over time.
 
On Wednesday, though, she also pointed to more permanent forces that could hold down rates for longer, namely, slow productivity growth and aging societies, in the U.S. and throughout much of the world.
 
Rates may be depressed by “factors that are not going to be rapidly disappearing, but will be part of the new normal,” she said at an hour-long press conference in which she uttered the words “uncertain” or “uncertainty” 11 times.
Kuroda’s Challenges
 
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has even bigger problems to deal with. The BOJ’s balance sheet now amounts to more than 80 percent of gross domestic product, far more than for the Fed, yet Kuroda has made little progress in lifting the country’s too-low inflation rate.
 
Further compounding his difficulties: A more than 15 percent rise in the yen this year in spite of the BOJ’s decision in January to push short-term rates below zero.
 
With the Japanese currency soaring to its strongest in almost two years after the BOJ held policy steady on Thursday, Kuroda told reporters in Tokyo that the central bank won’t hesitate to take action if needed.
 
He also said the central bank was carefully monitoring moves in financial markets and was in touch with counterparts including the Bank of England.
 
Still, the BOJ may not have the power to break the economy clear from a deflationary cycle, said Michael Every, head of financial markets research at Rabobank Group in Hong Kong.
 
“They really are in dangerous territory on the exchange-rate front,” he said. “If they make any more policy errors or missteps, or they don’t jawbone correctly, the real economic damage could be quite significant at a time the economy is already weak.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-06-16/the-only-certainty-for-world-s-central-bankers-is-uncertainty

WSOMN CHAT, 18 JUNE

WSOMN:

AcDc:  It is simple. Clarke says not happening in June. He is certain. Everybody else for most part is saying by Tuesday before the 30th especially if Mosul is flagged. So July 1 no RV u rippers of Clarke will look foolish. The biggest difference is Clarke really could give a s*** what and who u listen too. If zap finally gets paid next week than Clarke info loses credibility as zap is all about humanitarian aid.

I really believe in asset backed basil 3/4 theory that xx puts out but the markets r not responding in kind and beginning to have doubts. Xx does have Tuesday as a big window even till 30th but no way 7/1

Lostnq8:  so much misinformation- hard to say who is right and who is stretching the truth

DownUnder:  Hi Acdc.. I'm checking in with a friend who has friends that exchanged Zim.. I read the post that Dr Clark wrote…. Just double checking with them again.. They were in Reno when they exchanged.. and they said the money is in their bank accounts..

Stag1:  gm down under- any chance you have the rate?


Downunder:  $1….. They exchanged a couple of weeks ago

AcDc:  Ideally can't get my head around 7090 exchange centers manned and ready to go and Clarke has no clue about them. Neither does randy K. Help me out folks here

Stag1:  7000 worldwide - not really alot if they want this done quickly

Lostnq8:  i think a lot of peeps have bank contacts that do not have all the info either but may be ready at any time to start the process - and i agree 7000 exchange centers sounds like a lot but spread across Canada and US is not really that many

AcDc:  I would like to know the Brussels and Orlando connections. From clarks info they had a significant effect on Rv. I am a believer in Hegelian dielectric and these stage events are purpose driven......

AcDc:  Clarke also knows brexit is really going to happen when the show is trying to tell us it can go either way. Here is a good example. What THEY want to happen happens.....that will be a dagger in clarks info on 23 if the vote to stay wins. For sure

Lostnq8:  acdc there is an opinion / guru / misdirection around every corner -

AcDc:  It is obvious that the security is all handled in Iraq and they let us peons know about when they want to release it to the public making it look like a live event. So there is an enormous agenda with ridiculous power players at stake

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Late Friday Night:

Adminbill:  I HAVE NO IDEA WHO DR. CLARK IS NOR DO I CARE. I TRUST MY CONTACTS AND THE CONTACTS MY CONTACTS HAVE.

I DO NOT PAY ATTENTION TO DR. CLARK WHO HAS A TENDENCY OF KICKING THE RV DOWN THE FIELD EVERY TIME ONE OF HIS PREDICTIONS FALL THROUGH.

THERE ARE MEMBERS OF THIS SITE THAT PROVIDE INFORMATION ON A DAILY BASIS THAT YOU FIND VALUABLE.

ADMINBILL :ANYONE ELSE HEARD ABOUT THE MULTIPLE TRILLIONS SAID TO HAVE BEEN MOVED TO COVER BONDS THIS WEEK?  HOW DO YOU FEEL THAT EFFECTS US?

Herb : Bill are the same funds for the rv?

ADMINBILL : HERB - NO - THIS WOULD BE FUNDS FOR THE BONDS WHICH GO AT THE SAME TIME

HAS ANYONE HEARD THE RUMOR OF BANKING MANAGEMENT SHIFTS TO PREVENT ISSUES?

Blondie : AM I MISSING SOMETHING? IS THIS A QUIZ?

ADMINBILL : IT IS BLONDIE - ASK THEM SOME QUESTIONS - GENERIC OF COURSE TO TEST THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF CURRENT EVENTS

ADMINBILL : WHAT HAPPENS IF THE RV DOES NOT HAPPEN BY THE 22ND. WHOSE DEADLINE IS THE 30TH?

ADMINBILL :THOSE ANSWERS ARE NOT FORTHCOMING TONIGHT BUT I WANT YOU TO THINK ABOUT THEM AS A HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

Herb : isn't the 30th deadline because a new quarter is starting?

ADMINBILL : HERB - CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR
  
Blondie : ADMIN IN ALL SERIOUSNESS, I THOUGHT THE BONDS WERE BEING PAID?

Maximus : Admin Bill aren't the zims bonds?

Tigerprincess: Something about deadline for ascension into WTO??? Iraq... prob wrong

ADMINBILL : OZLANDGIRL HAD A PARTIALLY CORRECT ANSWER. SHE GETS A GOLD STAR

ADMINBILL : OZLANDGIRL SENT ME A TEXT. SHE SAID SHE SAW AND HEARD CHRISTINE SAY THIS HAD TO GO ON OR BEFORE THE 30TH