Linnea March 15, 2015 at 1:13pm Copied From Twitter
Guys as soon as we have an official international rate confirmed I will post it here. I will share pertinent exchange instructions.
Then I will immediately send out a private tweet to the list of loyal, sincere followers I have to notify on a call-in conf call for details.
At that time I will have a Q&A session. For now just stay grounded as we approach the finish line
Mira: > per DC, news out of Iraq is they have agreed on major HCL points that were in contention; key people there have told him the status of the HCL is not impeding the RI, it is rolling out, for citizens since Tuesday, slowly through the week (prioritizing corporations, etc.)....apparently this weekend was to be big release to public there with banks atypically open for it on Saturday.
Anybody's guess how much of that to be done before release worldwide, makes sense as a slow, quiet roll-out, if that is the case.
He has talked with Iraqi's here, who have relatives there, all watching Iraqi news channels......they say they get most news here, a couple days later.
This from Friday's call, first 10-15 minutes.......
EXOGEN March 15, 2015 at 3:32pm
WE TOLD YOU LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO THE 22ND LAST WEEK
WAS THE NEXT POSSIBLE WINDOW FOR THE HCL TO TAKE PLACE AND BE ACTIVATED, IMPLEMENTED AND EXECUTED.
AND THERE WILL BE NO 100% FULLY ACTIVATED, IMPLEMENTED AND EXECUTED HCL UNTIL KURDISTAN IS HAPPY!!!
EXOGEN March 15, 2015
10 Toxic People You Should Avoid Like the Plague BY LOLLY DASKAL
Just like toxins in your air, water, or food, toxins in the people around you can cause serious harm--but they don't come with a warning label. Here's a rundown of what to look out for so you can keep yourself safe
Toxic people are everywhere, and most of us know at least one or two. We may live with them, work with them,lead them, or know them socially. And if you've ever spent time with truly toxic people, you already know how destructive and exhausting they can be.
Just as with any kind of toxin, you need to limit your exposure and keep yourself protected. But a critical first step is to recognize when a person is toxic. Unfortunately, toxic people don't come with a warning label--but there are things you can look for.
1. Toxic arrogance
There is a big difference between confidence and arrogance. Confidence inspires; arrogance intimidates. Arrogant people always know best and feel superior to others. They will never celebrate your confidence because it interferes with their arrogance.
2. Toxic victimhood
One of the most dangerous people you can have around you is the perpetual victim. Perpetual victims look at their own issues and mistakes and always find others to blame, from their unreasonable boss to their unloving parents. They never take ownership of their own lives.
3. Toxic control
Controlling people know everything and the best way to do anything. They're usually very insecure beneath it all, but as long as they're around you'll never get a chance to voice an idea or do anything yourself.
4. Toxic envy
Those plagued with jealousy are never happy with what they have, and they aren't capable of being happy when good things happen to you. They can't appreciate it when others achieve or move forward; they feel that if anything good is going to happen, it should happen to them.
5. Toxic lies
As long as there are people, there will be people who lie. But chronic liars are harmful because you never know what to believe, so you can't count on their promises or their word. They will lie to you about others, and they will lie to others about you.
6. Toxic negativity
You probably know someone who's always angry and resentful, suspicious of everything. Negativity destroys relationships, and spending time with negative people makes you feel they are sucking the life out of you.
7. Toxic greed
So much of our culture tells us to want more, achieve more, earn more. And to a degree that kind of desire and ambition can be good. But it turns toxic when people want it all--what's theirs and what's not--and when having, rather than doing or being, becomes the focus of their life.
8. Toxic judgmentalism
There is a big difference between making a judgment and being judgmental. Judgments are objective and based on discernment, while being judgmental is just about criticism. Judgmental people are always quick to jump to conclusions. They are poor listeners and communicators.
9. Toxic gossip
Gossipers see themselves as having a deep conversation about someone, an exchange of information. They do it to elevate themselves above their insecurity, and there's no distinction between speculation and fact. Few things are more destructive than gossip.
10. Toxic lack of character
When someone lacks integrity and honesty--when cheating, lying, manipulating, gossip, and greed are part of the norm--there are few things they won't do to get their way. If they decide you're an obstacle to them, they'll come after you with everything they've got.
If any of these attributes sound familiar, you may be suffering from exposure to a toxic person. Don't wait until tomorrow to get yourself clear. And if you're unable to do so, stay as distant and guarded as you would with a chemical spill.
FRV: tman23 Since March 9 - 10th there has been some really weird reports concerning payments, oil exports, etc... It is as if parts of the system have stopped...And there have been NO CHANGES APPEARING TO BE ON_LINE PAYING since 3/10/2105... I don't have an answer other than ...They are preparing the system for a change...and it's gone on for a week now!!
FRV: : sczin11 Article quote: "Saadi: speculators rush toward their money in foreign currency in search of profit led to the withdrawal of cash from the stock market"
THE MR [MONETARY REFORM] MUST, I REPEAT, MUST, BE COMPLETED...OR THIS COUNTRY WILL RETURN TO TRIBAL LEADERSHIP, AND IMPLODE! THE ISX IS THE KEY TO THEIR ECONOMIC FUTURE...
SassyD: "You will not find a rainbow as long as you look down." -- Charlie Chaplin
SassyD: "For those who worry - Worry does not empty tomorrow of sorrow - it empties today of strength."
Mountain Mole: This post is not based on drinking the tea or reading the tea grounds. But this Friday we have a full solar Eslipse. This occurs into between the four Blood Moons from Last April to September of this year. The only time this pattern has shown up in the past , it always indicates a shifting of nations. This would shift the nation of Iraq into the position of top currency. It also brings about the focus of Iraq and Israel for end time events.
LeadRam: Mountain Mole.... it makes it this coming weekend.... A celestial event ....something Iraq/Ninevah was known to gravitate to. Watch for RV then...JIMHO... but watch ;)
Pre- St, Paddies day humor:
MOT: Two Women from Ireland ...
Two women were sitting next to each other at a bar. After a while one looks at the other and says, “I can’t help but think, from listening to you, that you’re from Ireland .
The other woman responds proudly, “Yes, I sure am!”
The first one says, “So am I! And where about in Ireland are ya from?
The other woman answers, “I’m from St. John’s , I am.”
The first one responds, “So, am I! And what street did you live on?”
The other woman says, “A lovely little area it was in the west end. I lived on Warbury Street in the old central part of town.”
The first one says, “Faith and it’s a small world. So did I! So did I! And what school did ya go to?”
The other woman answers, “Well now, I went to Holy Heart of Mary, of course.”
The first one gets really excited and says, “And so did I. Tell me, what year did you graduate?”
The other woman answers, “Well, now, let’s see. I graduated in 1964.”
The first woman exclaims, “The Good Lord must be smiling down upon us! I can hardly believe our good luck at winding up in the same pub tonight. Can you believe it! I graduated from Holy Heart of Mary in 1964 me self.
About this time, Michael walks into the bar, sits down and orders a beer.
Brian, the bartender, walks over to Michael, shaking his head and mutters, “It’s going to be a long night tonight.”
Michael asks, “Why do you say that, Brian?”
Brian answers, “The Murphy twins are drunk again.”