Frank26: Speaking of DELTA ......... His report is Brilliant !!! Combined with TEAM CHAT last night Monday's CC will explain the 50 notes. Their purpose....... Their falseness ...... Their day...... Their rate IOO(In Our Opinion) ........ Their worth........
Their cousins the 100 250 and coins ....... Their 30 to 60 BS.......... And three more things of study with this 50.
On Sunday the 1st of March in this 2015 ........... History will change in Iraq.
On Monday the 2nd of March in this 2015 .......... KTFA will make History.
KTFA may You all be of Good Cheer ....... Be Happy …Look at The Horizon ........ Not at the floor. Prepare to write Your name on the pages of Time that will soon answer many Prayers.
Aloha oi .... KTFA Frank
iggy » February 27th, 2015, LET US NOT FORGET THIS QUOTE...
Shabibi: "We aspire in the near future to the return of Iraqi dinar to what it was in the seventies and the beginning eighties against the dollar and other foreign currencies and we are endeavoring and serious in this regard, but added that this process is not easy and simple and depends on the supply and demand of Iraqi dinars.”
Toyvp » February 27th, 2015, 7:46 pm
Leonard Nimoy, You Will Be Sorely Missed
#touching By Paul Morris
Leonard Nimoy, the beloved, gaunt-faced actor who had gained millions of fans worldwide, died Friday morning in his Los Angeles home. He was 83 years old.
Though the original Star Trek was cancelled after only three seasons, Spock had solidified himself in the public mindset. Millions of fans around the world respected, loved, and even pretended to be the famous Vulcan. Each of those fans will have to face the universe with the sobering knowledge that Spock will no longer be there to be the best first officer in all of Starfleet. Though his time on Earth has ended, his story is not done, and we can all hope that Mr. Spock is happy in whatever realm of existence pleases him the most. His work here is done, but he has many more adventures to be a part of.
Nimoy publicly announced last year that he was suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which he attributed to years of smoking. Though he had quit his smoking habit over thirty years ago Nimoy said that the damage had already been done.
Though Nimoy initially had issue with his fame being tied to a science fiction character, as he mentions in his 1977 autobiography, I Am Not Spock. He eventually came to terms with his Star Trek fame in his other autobiography, I Am Spock, published in 1995. Finally realizing that “Spock” belonged to the throng of fans who worshiped the logical Vulcan in ways that very few actors ever get to experience in their lifetimes, Nimoy understood that “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”
Whether it be fighting off Khan, saving the crew of the Galileo 7, helping to destroy the Doomsday machine, operating on your own brain, fighting off Klingons or trying to stop Tribbles from breeding; every single episode Nimoy was featured in was an absolute treasure.
Captain Kirk, Helmsman Sulu, Lieutenant Uhura, Ensign Chekov, and Spock all inspired generations of dreamers and sparked the imaginations of little boys, girls as well as grown men and women all over the world. From future astronauts to computer effects masters to comedians such as Whoopi Goldberg; all were inspired by the freedom that Star Trek presented the not-so-distant future as being. Peace and prosperity was possible.
Nimoy will be wildly missed, but the world is a better place for having had the half-human, half-Vulcan man. Though he is now traveling to unexplored places beyond the stars, where no person has gone before, we can all appreciate Nimoy’s many contributions both to the acting world and even to our popular culture. Whether you’re a Star Trek fan, a Trekkie, a Trekker or even if you hate everything about Star Trek — everyone can appreciate Spock’s most famous phrase:
“Live long and prosper.”
backdoc » February 27th, 2015
I ACTUALLY WAS UNAWARE OF MR. NIMOYS DEATH WHEN I MENTIONED STAR TREK IN MY POST.
I WILL SAY IN REGARDS TO THE FIFTY DINAR, PEOPLE SEE THINGS BASED ON THEIR FRAME OF MIND! A FAMOUS QUOTE SPOCK SAID IN THE SHOWS WAS “IN CRITICAL MOMENTS MEN SOMETIMES SEE EXACTLY WHAT THEY WISH TO SEE” ! THE 50 DINAR IS ONE OF THOSE CRITICAL MOMENTS, HOW DO YOU SEE IT?
"CHANGE IS THE ESSENTIAL PROCESS OF ALL EXISTENCE”, IS ANOTHER ONE OF HIS QUOTES AND IT HOLDS TRUE FOR US DINARIANS!
MY FAVORITE QUOTE BY SPOCK REMINDS ME OF THE SACRIFICE JESUS MADE FOR OUR SIN,”THE NEEDS OF THE MANY OUTWEIGH THE NEEDS OF THE FEW”
INTERESTING, THAT FEW IS USUALLY REFERRED TO AS THREE!
THE HOLY TRINITY IS THREE, THE THREE IN ONE.
THE LORD SACRIFICED HIS LIFE FOR THE MANY THAT WILL HEAR HIS VOICE.
THE LAST WORDS SPOCK SPOKE ON THE SHOW BEFORE HE DIED WAS “ I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOUR FRIEND” THEN HE TOOK A DYING BREATH AND SAID," LIVE LONG AND PROSPER”
WHAT BETTER WORDS COULD A DINARIAN SAY TO ANOTHER DINARIAN? MMMMM
MAYBE WE WERE TO BE REMINDED OF THOSE ENCOURAGING WORDS TO THINK ABOUT! PROSPER WHO? THE KINGDOM!
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE HEARD GODS INVITATION AND RECEIVED IT, I HOPE OUR LAST WORDS ARE "I’M FORGIVEN”!
IN CHRIST, DOC
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Clrns: just sharing to help pull this through !!
I AM ~ THE TWO MOST POWERFUL WORDS I AM video ~
Stop saying " I Want", and start saying "I Have!" (Law of Attraction) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vObry-aPG4
Don: Basel III for Dummies: How and why it hurts Corporates:
Don: The Trouble With Tribbles:
Janie > Don I LOVE the tribbles episode..... this is such funny stuff. I remember being so disappointed when I saw it the second time and discovered the tribbles were NOT in rainbow colors (yeah, we still had a black and white TV....). Bummer. I always thought they were pink, blue, green, yellow..... (sigh)
Don: Spocks Death and Funeral:
Rest in Peace Mr.Spock.....You will be missed!