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9:34 AM [Cessie] From PTR: [mntgoat] I am hearing range of 4.50 to 5.50 mntgoat] its coming earlier than mid Sept [mntgoat] there is so much movement going on in the "palace" today [mntgoat] newspapers coming out with story on RV [mntgoat] print type already set up to print it' [mntgoat] it appears it may be happening mntgoat] just got off a call from Iraq [mntgoat] source I know sets the type for the news [mntgoat] so I have had first hand knowledge all along of the fact that they delay the news intentionally [mntgoat] to fool us [mntgoat] delay in news intentionally so we can't predict the rV and buy up reserves [mntgoat] lets say I was in the first gulf war [mntgoat] they i was activated reserves to go again to fight [mntgoat] I am now retired but was high rank officer [mntgoat] I was in the combat engineers
9:38 AM [Cessie] From OOM: [duckyboy] This is one of the most difficult times for us and this RV. The information we're getting from good friends (some life-long friends) is just questionable. I can't tell you all where this is coming from but the source is trusted. Last night i was told that a US civilian was in a large city in Iraq and went to purchase an item. This buyer only had USD. The exchange rate given to him was $6 to one IQD. Now, was the store owner taking advantage of the buyer, being a foreigner? Sure, why not. I have seen this happen before when I lived in Europe, but nothing so much as this transaction. Normally, I would have just kept this information in my back pocket and pulled it out when needed. However, on OOM, I have read similar reports from US servicemen in Iraq. Are these accounts of the exchange rates valid? Good question and I'll let you know when I know!!
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