Musclelady: WF Bank Story This morning! California
A friend of mine went to WF to get dong!
The bank teller asked why are you buying dong?
He told him I just want to buy some. The teller had a attitude and said it is a bad investment.
Then he called the manager over and the manager told him you are making a mistake and said that you will lose about $50 when you exchange.
So he told them both I just want to buy it never told them it was for the RV.
The manager said OK this is what we will do, we are going to hold the receipt till it comes in then give you the currency and the receipt.
The guy said no way and left. He is going to try Chase.
What I think is they are mad because they heard about the RV and now they cannot buy any so they are pisst!
What do you think?
dawnsy30 : Listen up all...................Saturday Night a is Super MOON, Its going to be the Brightest n Largest.........................................FYI
luvwulfs: Dawnsy the moon crosses right over the top where we are. Awesome when normal full moon. Gonna be spectacular
Adept1: And it's a super Moon, when the Moon is closest to the Earth...
Markz Tweet: @originalmarkz: "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." - Mark Twain
robert July 11, 2014 no funds will be released until all areas are properly cleared from years of abuse as any funds are meant to be for the common people and not the the rotten eggs which in some parts still exist ,hopefully these issues will be cleared once the goi is fully seated and functional with all parties happy.
It aint happened yet because full laws not passed , hcl ,stability, tarriffs laws in full , lds released in iraq, prices altered to reflect changes and show me proof anyone has cashed out out of so called thousands ? all you are given its because of nda absolute crap the reason there is no proof is because it aint happened no change with the rate whatsoever as these so called new wealthy folk would be buying the dinar from dealers in bucket loads it aint rocket science just guru bluffing for the masses to keep them entertained once it rvs if it ever does everyone will go at the same time when internationally traded
AzProf » July 11th, 2014, Everyone, USA, Iran, Jordan, Turkey, England, Saudi, Sistani, Kurds, Sunnis, and some Shiates are calling for a Unity govt. The only ones who arent are the State of Law and the Dawa parties- Maliki's parties! There is only one way this can happen.
I know that Delta says that Maliki got 90+ votes, thus he will be the PM, but there is another option. Right now, the Shia are united under the Nat Coalition. The Sunni's and Kurds are also united. The Shia have control and they wish to form a govt where Shia have 1st choice of position and give the other groups some bit of power. M, especially wants to keep as much power as he can to himself.
The best option is the Nat Coalition breaks apart and the Saddrists and the Citizen form a new coalition with the united Sunni and Kurd parties. That would be a 'Unity Govt'. All factions will be well represented. But SofLaw loses alot of power and they do everything they can with false promise to keep this from happening. But the Kurds have made a statement and the rest of Iraq cannot twiddle thumbs and argue any longer. Its time for strong action to save the country.
mandk911 » July 11th, 2014, Brics to open alternatives to World Bank, IMF
Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (the so-called Brics) are to establish alternatives to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, which they find too biased towards Europe and the US.
The “New Development Bank” to rival the World Bank will be launched at a Brics summit in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza next week, with all agreed except where to put the main headquarters, Russian finance minister Anton Siluanov said Wednesday (9 July).
The two options currently being considered are Shanghai or New Delhi, Siluanov said. Russia didn’t push to get the bank in Moscow, but will seek management posts instead, he said.
The project will see each of the Brics contribute €1.4 billion to the bank’s funds over the next seven years, with the bank’s maximum capital set at €73 billion. The bank will fund mainly infrastructure projects.
Other countries that want to join will be able to do so once the new bank opens for lending, in 2016, the minister added.
Read more at http://www.trunews.com/brics-open-alternatives-world-bank-imf/#p10EYl37QGSfG5Z0.99
tco » July 11th, 2014,
SuperMoon is happening this weekend.....just saying
The full moon is always beautiful, but the full moons of June, July and August are a little something extra — they’re all supermoons, and this weekend is the second of three in a row.
But what is a supermoon, and where did the name come from? As the moon orbits the Earth, its distance to the planet varies. The point when it is closest to Earth is called perigee, and the point when it is farthest is called apogee. Both perigee and apogee happen once every month.
The supermoon simply refers to a new or full moon that coincides with perigee — when the moon is closest to our planet. The word was first coined by an astrologer — not an astronomer — named Richard Nolle more than 30 years ago, according to EarthSky. It’s not necessarily a scientific term, but can be useful for talking about what we’re seeing in the sky: a full moon that appears slightly larger than a regular full moon.
"Generally speaking, full Moons occur near perigee every 13 months and 18 days, so it's not all that unusual," Geogg Chester of the U.S. Naval Observatory said in a NASA statement on the supermoon. "In fact, just last year there were three perigee Moons in a row, but only one was widely reported."
Usually, comparing a photograph on the supermoon to a regular full moon will reveal the slight difference in size. But the appearance of a huge moon is largely an illusion, one astronomers have yet to fully understand.
Regardless, seeing a beautiful full moon on a clear night is a pleasure for astronomers and amateur sky-watchers alike. The moon is officially full on Saturday July 12 at 7:25 a.m. Eastern time. If you get a chance, look outside Friday and Saturday nights to take in the full moon — just don’t be fooled by its seemingly huge appearance.