Lostnq8: Frank is wearing white tonight
Nanna: what significance is his being dressed in white?
Lostnq8: White HOT!
Nanna: he used to have us watch for what color he was dressed in....and when his ponytail is gone....that's IT!
Lostnq8: Now we are going into intel with Frank.
Iraq is sick and is going to the ER….. The sickness is ISIS, terrorism. TWo cities are pivital to where they go in the future.
How do you lift article eight. Lift the three zeros. Now countries are rebuilding IRAQ and the reforms. They are getting ready for something.
Countries (ER) are attending to sick Iraq.
We are now in the second of the two by two by two. Two represents two weeks.
Our news says we are just now going into Mosul. But....we have been in Mosul for a while now. Our media is not telling us anything.
Mosul is the second of the two by two by two. So we only have one more two by left.
The moment that they give Mosul the monetary reform will go at the speed of light. Having to do with the relationship with the Kurds.
They are just buying time to tell about their monetary reform.
The companies going into Iraq are not stupid they are studious. They know what is going on.
We will see Mosul by the middle of this month in his opinion.
The major step is the WTO. (World Trade Organization)
The seed has been planted, now we need water and sunshine.
The WTO is waiting on the (remove?) zeros. Waiting on liberated MOSUL. Be patient
Iraq IS international. They are dealing with international banks.
Frank believes in September.
He says they have no control. They are just waiting on Iraq.
The WTO is asking questions about the taxes and tariffs.
Waiting on Iraq to lift the value of the Dinar
People were waiting on laws to be passed. YOu don't really need no stinking laws. They passed them all.
The laws are waiting on Mosul.
There is a preparation for lifting the three zeros.
The banking systems in IRaq are so up to date it is sickening.BUT. It doesn't do them any good at a program rate. The currency value has to be lifted before anything happens.
GOI and Governor has to make the decision when to lift the zeros.
Cards are being dealt.
They are operating under the HCL already. There was a rider on the HCL that had to be dealt with.
We arent talking with anyone this week. We are just waiting.
It isn't time to liberate Mosul yet becaue when they do the financial reform will go at the speed of light.
Iraq is on a fast track membership to the WTO. None of this is going to make sense to us just Iraq.
Islamic banks are waiting on the reconstruction of the liberated places in Iraq. But they don't have liquidity….. Again, they are waitng on Mosul.
They don't care about us. They don't need to tell us anything.
We may hear about their credit rating when it comes around… Possibly a B plus
Now he is going into questions.
Kurds are happy because they have their language on the new currency
The RV is marching forward. Iraq is saying hello to the WTO
Iraq is need of velocity, liquidity. They don't have that velocity yet.
Dr. Shabbi is choosing VIPS. first he will tell you that the CBI is stable.
Summarizing....Many agencies signed off on Iraq a long time ago. The WTO is going to do the same.
The WTO is his interest right now. Yes, the WTO.
He does not know when it will happen, but it will. Hold your post. Don't get depressed. Be steady and focused on what your doing.
Everyone, CBI etc is saying go. RAISE THE VALUE OF OUR CURRENCY!
LOOK FOR MOSUL!
The Iraqs beginning of the year is October. They promised to raise the value the beginning or middle of the year. Iraqi fiscal year.
Thats all folks!!!
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Emailed to Recaps:
Fisher : Europe song, Final Countdown
MarkB : USNs ?
Fisher : Bingo, final countdown, usn…..announced/released
Fisher : Everything allegedly on timer/autopilot
BGG ...they are moving forward at great speed - right now... most are justifiably excited right now.
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14 ways to make your home more secure
Boosting residential security doesn’t have to be a big-budget project
More than 2.1 million burglaries were reported in the United States in 2012. That’s one every 15 seconds, according to the FBI, proving just how easy it is for burglars to gain entry. But before you make a big purchase on a security system, take a good hard look around your home. A few simple, low- or no-cost measures will significantly deter a would-be thief from targeting your home.
“The goal in home security is to make it so that the casual burglar will be deterred,” Chris McGoey, an independent security consultant in the Los Angeles area, said. “It’s impossible to make your house perfectly secure, but there are low-tech measures that will do 90 percent of the job.”
Choose a coming weekend and go over these 14 steps—which range from low-effort, no-cost chores to more-involved, pricier projects—to improve your home’s security.
1. Hold a household meeting
Make home security a habit, with every member of the household—including kids—agreeing to a routine that should include such simple rules as:
Use door and window locks. It costs nothing and takes little energy. Make it a habit to lock every door and window when leaving, after entering, and before bedtime.
Do not open the door to uninvited or unwelcome visitors.
Close and lock the garage door.
Secure your home even if you’re doing work around the house and yard.
Use your alarm system all the time, even when you take a quick trip to the store or visit next-door neighbors. (Learn about important alarm contract clauses.)
2. Call on the police
Many municipal police departments offer complimentary home inspections. An officer walks through your home and recommends simple, cost-effective changes to tighten security.
3. Organize a burglary
This is a fun, useful exercise to do with a trusted neighbor or friend: Allow your neighbor to roam through your house for three minutes, find as many small valuables as possible, and remove them from your house. Let the ersatz burglar demonstrate how easy it is to find valuables. Then hide them from real burglars. That might mean buying a small safe that bolts to the floor, renting an off-premises safe-deposit box, or stashing jewelry and cash in unorthodox places. You can return the favor for your neighbor.
Be smart with your keys.
4. Remove the 'hidden' house key
The key under the mat, inside the mailbox, beneath a rock—everybody hides a house key. Problem is, burglars know your hiding places. Instead, give it to a trusted neighbor.
5. Place keys and garage-door remotes in a smart spot
Don’t leave car and house keys and remotes near the door or otherwise visible inside your house. Secure them inside a cabinet or a drawer to keep them hidden.
6. Add foreboding signs
Post security-company signs or window stickers near all entryways—whether you have a security system or not. Maybe you have signs/stickers on hand from a previous contract with a security firm, or maybe you can get some from a friend. In addition, post a few “Beware of Dog” signs in visible spots, say at the front of the house or on a gate to the backyard.
7. Lock up the ladder
Don’t store a ladder outside. A burglar, perhaps posing as a handyman or contractor, could use it to gain access to a second-floor window or balcony.
Check our buying guides for entry doors, door locks, and windows. And find the best homeowners insurance policy.
8. Light up the outdoors
If you don’t have them already, buy and install outdoor lighting with infrared motion sensors and install one near each point of entry. Replace any burned-out lightbulbs and put your porch lights on timers. Find the best bulbs for outdoor uses.
9. Install timers
When you leave for work or appointments or go on vacation, you can create a “someone’s at home” look using timers on lights and TVs. No surprise, there are lots of gadgets available. Fake TV, for instance, simulates the flickering lights of a television, and from outside, it appears that someone is watching TV.
10. Secure air conditioning units
Unsecured window air conditioners could provide an easy entry point for a crook. Use an air conditioner bracket, sliding window lock, or corner braces.
11. Eliminate hiding spots
If your shrubbery is too tall, bushy, or not well spaced, you’re providing a nice hiding spot for a potential burglar. Trim and prune plantings.
12. Check windows
Are the window locks operable? If not, get them fixed or replace them. Also consider installing aftermarket window locks, which let you open the window a few inches while still keeping it secure. Another alternative is to use inexpensive window-break alarms. Check our home window buying guide.
13. Assess doors
Okay, so you’re probably not going to be able to install new doors by yourself over a weekend. But you can inspect your front, side, and back doors. Replace hollow (read: low-quality and easy-to-breach) doors with solid-core (made of wood or metal) or metal-clad doors. Check our buying guide for entry doors.
Sliding-glass doors have a latch to close them but are often an easy point of entry for burglars. To make one more secure, place a wood dowel cut to size or an adjustable safety bar in the interior floor track, or consider adding a floor bolt.
Electric garage doors are not a common point of entry—as long as they are closed. “I can drive you down almost any street in America and find a garage door that is open and the inner door is unlocked,” McGoey says. “Homeowners have to treat all the doors like the front door and close it.”
14. Replace weak locks
Locks are the weakest point on a door. Make sure you have a grade 1 or grade 2 dead-bolt lock that penetrates the door frame. It’s not necessary to get one at a specialty locksmith; these can be purchased at a big-box home store. The strike plate—the stationary piece that the bolt enters—must be heavy duty, made of solid metal or brass, with six three-inch-long screws that penetrate the door jamb and the door frame. Check out our door lock buying guide and read about the $10 part that will make your door lock safer.