Wednesday, October 28, 2015



Iko Ward :  (Wed. AM) Hi all, waiting for more info. Sit tight. Everybody's on edge.

Elmerf123456:  Dinner smells good but you can't pull it off the stove until it's fully done! Relax Everyone. We're on this 24/7

Iko Ward:  Elmer looks like they still have the wool pulled over the market's eyes.

Elmerf123456:  IKO I agree. But you know what's going on…. The're experts at squeezing that Lemon.

CODreamer:  elmer do you think they might wait until all the banks are open?

Elmerf123456:  Co I'm not sure. So much is going on its nuts. Last night the Forex was strange and I'm getting word we look great still but yet we still sit! I'm just as ready as all of you

Elmerf123456:  I can't see China not getting what they want and that for sure is a major springboard and will force major changes.
Mangelo:  I am hoping to hear that the Iraqi citizens got paid!!!!

Net Global:  I am hoping to hear we are getting paid today.

Elmerf123456:  Continue to do what we do best....stay grounded. Anything that happens, we have so many eyeballing this...you will be in the know in a nano second.

Elmerf123456:  I don't get worked up on rates. I could hear a rate of $100 and it serves no value until it is validated and executed. Union then it's only an opinion! Lots of great stuff happening that will make all of us giddy soon enough.


Downsouth: IKO was saying earlier FOREX showed at midnight tonight that forex rates completely RESET to ZERO, something he has never seen before and that only the Super Computers out there appeared to be operating--no man operated movements. He thinks when Europe opens up at 3 a.m. eastern time, that could be interesting.

Downsouth: IKO seems to think the currencies we are interested in will be controlled by the banks and not by Forex. So, it could be the rates stay at zero on forex but actually have rates at the banks. The banks will bring us into the banks to trade in our currencies based on the rates on their screens.

HopeinWy:  Funny little story...my step mom was helping someone move the other day. A Zim note was lying on the kitchen counter, so she asked the girl what it was. Girl said, "just a joke someone gave me..some funny foreign currency. I use it as a bookmark!" My step mom told her, "Well, hang onto it!"


Clotheshorse:  The Creature from Jekyll Island written for grade school aged children

What kind of creature can steal your money? Join Ethan and Emily Tuttle in their exciting third adventure, as they uncover the curious mystery of how a powerful creature is stealing their grandparents’ hard-earned savings, and how the twins are also being controlled by the same creature—without even knowing it!

The Tuttle Twins and the Creature from Jekyll is 58 pages long and full of fun, colorful illustrations. Recommended reading age: 5-11.


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