Michael > There are no rules... But I know we apply logic to keep ourselves sane. That's fine. :) This story is more about the unseen and good overcoming evil. The logic is not restricted by time tables, as we have clearly experienced.
There is definitely movement at the top. Hopefully we'll get word that the private groups are activated (admiral and general and several UST sanctioned off shoots).
As the verbose little green guy said,(RV/GCR) that will mean PBX is next.
Abadi is losing his people. He has been writing the script for the resurection of his country for several years. He is not about to let it slip through his fingers.
This week we will hear more truth. If you read Zap last night, he is spot on with what I know. A lot happened yesterday. High level.
We'll see evidence of that by Wednesday in my estimation. Remember also that privates will be under NDA's.
So info and proof will be very limited until we get the full Santa and Tony tweets. But this ride is coming to a significant transition very soon.
wilbur grodan October 13, 2014 at 9:38am
9:40PM in SHANGHAI
Ag FLAT, USDX DOWN, NO CIGAR
TARGET moves to WEDNESDAY …..0500GMT
Goomba1 October 13, 2014 at 11:15am ZAP SAYS: HI ALL THIS WEEK IS SHORT AND SWEET AS WE ARE NOW IN THE LAST LEG OF THE WAIT. MY INTEL SAYS THAT BETWEEN OCTOBER 15 AND THE END OF THE MONTH, THE LAST ITEMS WILL BE PUT IN PLACE AND WE BEGIN THE WORK AHEAD.
Jim Willie: "We're in the endgame." (He mentions the new TRN/USN, calls it the sheist dollar)
Posted by Herple Derple on October 13, 2014
[BigDog-OH] 10-13-14 Millionday: WE HAVE A DEADLINE FOR THE BUDGET TO BE THE 15TH OF OCTOBER...NO MATTER WHAT THE NEWS STATES THE DEADLINE IS THE 15TH. WE HAVE A LOT GOING ON THIS WEEK -- THIS LAST SIX MONTHS HAS BEEN LOADED WITH NEWS AND LOTS OF VERY IMPORTANT THINGS GETTING DONE.
[BigDog-OH] 10-13-14 tman23: Before seeing a RV...there are no international banks that are going to loan Iraq money with the current security situation and the US Treasury (ESF) is not going to put the basket of eggs on the line without boots on the ground to ensure a protection of its vested interest. Also take notice of the date the 14th, it is appearing frequently as the start of several events, BIG events!
[BigDog-OH] Parliament Receives A Budget From The Government On Tuesday…10/13/14
Skyshark1325: Here I sit brokenhearted, came for an RV that never started.
Goddess of Love: 10 Most Tax-Friendly States for Retirees -- 2013 Rankings
These 10 states impose the lowest taxes on retirees, according to Kiplinger’s 2014 analysis of state taxes. All of them exempt Social Security benefits from state taxes. Most also exempt at least a portion of other retirement income, such as pensions and withdrawals from tax-deferred retirement plans. (To see how retirement income is taxed by state, go to the Retiree Tax Map.)
This year, we also looked at states’ capital gains tax rates because the six-year-long bull market has left many seniors with sizable gains in their taxable portfolios.
Unlike the federal government, which applies lower rates to long-term gains (the profit from the sale of assets owned over one year), most states tax both short- and long-term gains at ordinary income tax rates. That adds to the appeal of states with no income tax, which are attractive to seniors with sizable nest eggs.
They can take profits without having to worry about a big state tax bill (although they may still have to fork over federal taxes). Adding the state tax on profits to our criteria leads us to drop otherwise retiree-friendly South Carolina from our top ten list. Its top income tax rate of 7% kicks in once income exceeds $14,400. South Dakota, which has no income tax, takes its place on our list of the most tax-friendly states for retirees.
Nevada, another no-income-tax state that also has relatively low property taxes, moves up to No. 3 on our list.
Before packing your bags and moving to a state with no income tax, though, pay attention to the trade-offs. Some states with no income tax impose above-average sales taxes or tax a broader array of goods and services. Property taxes may be higher, too.
1. Alaska 2. Wyoming 3. Georgia 4. Arizona 5. Mississippi 6. Delaware 7. Nevada
8. Louisianav 9. South Carolina 10. Florida
Kiplinger updates these rankings annually. Above is our 2013 list of the ten most tax-friendly states for retirees. The list is based on Kiplinger's analysis of state tax laws; information is gathered from state tax department Web sites, CCH and the Tax Foundation.
jdtolle » October 13th, 2014, Well worth it
Life on any given day can be a lot of trouble. And life is well worth any trouble, any challenge that it imposes.
The process of getting things done is messy and inconvenient. The resulting positive difference you make is well worth the inconvenience.
Every good thing in life has a price. But if the price is the only thing you focus on, you miss seeing life’s great value.
For when you are willing to pay the price, what you get is a reward even greater than the price you’ve paid. What you get, what you experience, what you live and create, is well worth all you put into it.
If you avoid the challenges and hide from the difficult tasks, you lose out on the great value that you yourself can create. Choose instead to embrace the price, to willingly pay it, and you’ll find that choice to be well worth it.
Embedded in each challenge, in each difficulty, in every price, is a great reward. Step up, do what you must, and experience for yourself that the richness coming into your world is well worth the price you pay. --
Ralph Marston Wishing All a safe and blessed day