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Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log for Sunday 9/11/16 - Part 5

Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log

Part 5 - Featuring rcookie & BGG

rcookie says(4:57 PM):

THAT IS WHY THEY GOT THE LOANS.......THEY E A R N E D IT!!!!!!!!.........

rcookie says(4:58 PM):

AND THEN THE IMF OUTLINES A STRATEGY TO ACHIEVE FISCAL GOALS...

DIGIman1 says(4:58 PM):

The panic begins with the first one to say ‘Calm down!’

rcookie says(4:59 PM):

33. The policies put in place by the authorities to deal with the shocks are appropriate. In the fiscal area, the authorities are addressing the precipitous fall in revenues with a mix of fiscal adjustment, mostly through inefficient capital expenditure retrenchment while protecting social spending, and financing. In the external area, the authorities are appropriately maintaining the peg to the U.S. dollar, which provides a key anchor to the economy. International reserves are at a broadly adequate level and can help cushion the projected decline in oil export revenues if the fiscal adjustment under the SBA takes place, oil prices recover somewhat in the medium term, expected donor support is delivered, and oil production is maintained at the present level.

rcookie says(4:59 PM):

AND THEY CONCLUDE...

rcookie says(4:59 PM):

34. The size of the fiscal adjustment envisaged in 2016–19 is appropriate to address the pressure from lower oil revenue and higher humanitarian and security spending, but the composition of expenditure needs to be improved over time. The fiscal adjustment in reaction to the fall in oil prices is necessary to reach a level of spending over the medium term that can be sustained by projected oil revenues. But the composition of the fiscal adjustment is not optimal, as most of the adjustment is coming from capital spending rather than current items. Over time, the authorities need to reduce current expenditure, including the oversized payroll and the unsustainable pension system, and reform the electricity sector, subsidies, and state-owned enterprises, in order to make room for larger but more effective and efficient investment expenditure that is conducive to growth. Oil investment needs to be protected as it is essential to generate the oil revenue to finance most of the public spending.

magnetlady says(4:59 PM):

Don’t MISS – “DU NEWS TIME” w/BGG and in the DU CHAT ROOM – Sunday 7:30pm EST

rcookie says(5:00 PM):

AND THIS IS WHAT THE IMF CONCLUDES ABOUT THE NECESSARY INDIRECT USE OF RESERVES...

rcookie says(5:01 PM):

35. Some indirect central bank financing of the government is unavoidable at this juncture. While this form of budget financing is not ideal, the large financing needs make it necessary given that the higher-than-programmed adjustment in government spending that would otherwise be needed could threaten Iraq’s delicate social and political balance. Moreover, it would be difficult to raise more foreign financing than assumed in the SBA.

rcookie says(5:01 PM):

AND REMEMBER THEY HAVE JUST SHY OF $11 BILLION BEFORE END OF 2016...

rcookie says(5:02 PM):

AND THIS IS WHAT THE IMF THINKS ABOUT THE RISK TOWARD THE SBA LOAN...

rcookie says(5:02 PM):

42. The balance of risks associated with this SBA is tilted to the downside. The downside risks are very high. They mainly stem from further downward oil price shocks, the extension of the conflict with ISIS, political tensions, and administrative weaknesses, including in data reporting for program monitoring, designing and implementing measures to reduce the wage bill over the medium term, and preventing the build-up of arrears. To mitigate these risks, the authorities have designed fiscal adjustment measures that eschew the most politically sensitive cuts and structural reforms where partners have been delivering technical assistance. To minimize the risk of misreporting, the authorities will call on external auditors to report data on three out the six PC, and technical assistance to strengthen fiscal reporting. On the upside, higher-than-programmed oil prices could reduce the fiscal and external imbalances.

(5:02 PM)JD1 was kicked out by JD1!

rcookie says(5:03 PM):

CONCLUSION..........

rcookie says(5:03 PM):

43. Staff recommends completion of the first and second reviews of the SMP and approval of this request for a three-year SBA. Staff believes the policies laid out in the MEFP are adequate to deal with the present and urgent balance of payments and budget needs triggered by the ISIS attacks and the collapse in oil prices and achieve debt sustainability.

rcookie says(5:06 PM):

AND THESE GURUS WHO WOULD RATHER STAND AROUND GUESSING ABOUT THE CREDIT RATING AGENCIES LOOKING AT IRAQ AND THEIR ABILITY TO REPAY ALL OF THESE LOANS....HAVE NEVER BOTHERED TO OPEN...LET ALONE READ THE LOI/MEFP/TMU TO EVEN KNOW WHAT A PUBLIC & EXTERNAL DEBT SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS IS.......

rcookie says(5:07 PM):

Annex I. Iraq—Public and External Debt Sustainability Analysis

The decline in international oil prices and the conflict with ISIS are expected to result in a large fiscal deficit in 2016 and beyond, despite ongoing consolidation efforts. New borrowing to finance the deficit will increase the stock of public debt sharply in 2016 and more gradually over the medium run in line with narrowing fiscal deficits. Total debt as a share of GDP is projected to rise to 79 percent in 2016 and to peak at 85 percent in 2018 before embarking on a downward path, reaching 75 percent of GDP in 2021. External debt is project to increase to 48 percent of GDP this year, to peak at 50 percent of GDP in 2017 and to decline to 33 percent of GDP at the end of the forecast period. Provided the recommended fiscal adjustment is implemented, debt is sustainable over the medium run. However, the implementation of fiscal adjustment plans, the high level of external debt, large gross financing needs and sensitivity to macro shocks pose risks for debt sustainability. The risks are partly mitigated by the fact that one third of the gross financing needs are rollover of short-term debt by state-owned banks and 57 percent of the external debt consists of legacy arrears still to be restructured on Paris Club terms.

(5:08 PM)JD1 was kicked out by JD1!

rcookie says(5:09 PM):

SO THE NEXT TIME ANYONE TRIES TO COME TO DU AND PAINT A PANIC PICTURE OF THE RESERVES OR IRAQS INABILITY TO REPAY LOANS OR LACK OF CONFIDENCE FROM GLOBAL COMMUNITY...CREDIT RATING AGENCIES OR 3 LETTER AGENCIES.....REMIND THEM THAT YOU ARE ALREADY INFORMED OF THE ONLY POSITION THAT MATTERS........THE IMF.......

rcookie says(5:11 PM):

2. The composition of debt is expected to shift towards domestic debt over the medium run. Domestic debt is projected to rise from 21 percent of GDP in 2015 to 31 percent of GDP in 2016 as financing needs this year would mostly be met using domestic bond issuance, bank loans and indirect monetary financing through lending operations of Rasheed and Rafidain. Additional external financing in 2016, of which most will be provided on concessional terms, would increase external debt from 42 percent of GDP at end 2015 to 48 percent of GDP in 2016. The projected external debt of $72 billion in 2016 also includes a stock of external arrears of $41 billion which were accumulated under the pre-2003 government and are still under negotiation. The DSA conservatively assumes that these arrears will not be settled during the projection period. External debt would peak at50 percent of GDP in 2017 and gradually decline afterwards, falling below the stock of domestic debt as from 2020 and declining to around 33 percent of GDP by 2021.IRAQ

rcookie says(5:13 PM):

4.Risks from Iraq’s high debt level and gross financing needs are partly mitigated by thefact that a large share of the gross financing needs are rollover of debt held by state-ownedbanks and that external debt includes legacy arrears still to be restructured on Paris Clubterms.


One third of the financing needis rollover of short-term debt held bystate-owned banks which obtain credit fromthe central bank, limiting the risk of non-rollover. Furthermore, 57 percent of the external debt stock in 2016 consists of external arrears (¶2), if restructured on Paris80 70 60 50 40Club terms, would lower the path of debt and 30mitigate foreign exchange risks. The externalarrears have to be settled at the terms of the2004 Paris Club meeting where a reduction of80 percent of the net present value of thedebt was agreed. If external arrears were reduced to 20 percent of the original US$41 billion, then the debt-to-GDP ratio would fall from 79 to 57 percent in 2016 and peak at 66 percent in 2018 before declining to 59 percent at the end of the forecast horizon.

rcookie says(5:13 PM):

5. Stress tests indicate that Iraq’s debt ratio and financing needs are sensitive to shocks. Iraq’s total debt is particularly vulnerable to a growth shock but an interest rate shock or a worsening of the primary balance would also significantly increase debt and financing needs over the medium run.

rcookie says(5:14 PM):

Growth shock: If projected real GDP rates are lowered by one standard deviation (implying lower real growth by 5 percentage points in 2017 and 2018), the debt ratio would peak at 105 percent of GDP in 2018 before gradually declining to 93 percent in 2021.

rcookie says(5:15 PM):

Primary balance shock: This scenario assumes a worsening of the primary balance by4 percentage points of GDP in 2017 and 2018. The larger deficit would increase the debt ratio to 93 percent in 2018 and 82 percent towards the end of the forecast period.

rcookie says(5:15 PM):

Real interest rate shock: Increasing real interest rates by 10 percentage points would raise the debt ratio to 87 percent of GDP in 2019 and to 84 percent in 2021.2

rcookie says(5:16 PM):

ANYONE REMEMBERING ANY OF THESE DERERMINANTS OF EXCHANGE RATES........WE WENT OVER ON CALL...

rcookie says(5:16 PM):

Real exchange rate shock: A one-off real depreciation of 10 percent (20 percent nominal depreciation) would alter the debt to GDP path only slightly since GDP would be inflated when the shock hits, raising GDP in line with the debt stock.

rcookie says(5:16 PM):

Combined shock: A combination of these shocks would increase debt to 117 percent of GDP in 2018 and 2019. Debt would decline to 113 percent of GDP towards the end of the forecast horizon.

rcookie says(5:17 PM):

Stress tests in the external DSA suggest that Iraq’s external debt ratio is also sensitiveto shocks. While the path of Iraq’s external debt would rise only marginally in response to aninterest rate or a growth shock, a current account shock and a real depreciation would result in asubstantial increase in external debt.

rcookie says(5:17 PM):

Non-interest current account shock: An increase in the current account excluding interest payments by half a standard deviation in each year from 2017 onwards would raise external debt to 56 percent of GDP in 2018 before edging down to 50 percent in 2021.

rcookie says(5:17 PM):

Real depreciation shock: A one-time real depreciation of 30 percent in 2016 would raise external debt to 80 percent of GDP in 2017 but the debt ratio would decline to 53 percent by 2021.

rcookie says(5:17 PM):

Combined shock: A one quarter standard deviation shock to the real interest rate, the growth rate and the current account would raise the external debt ratio to 54 percent in 2018 and43 percent towards the end of the projection period.

rcookie says(5:19 PM):

WE ARE AT THE SUPER BOWL DU............BE CAREFUL YOU ARE NOT CAUGHT WATCHING THE CHEERLEADERS OR JANET JACKSON AT THE HALFTIME SHOW........THERE IS A FEALLY GOOD GAME GOING ON OUT THERE.....DONT BLINK.....

Soonergirlie says to rcookie(5:19 PM):

:D(y)

jtank says(5:20 PM):

play by play

jimplants says(5:20 PM):

all ,i want is an end to MCP and its time to head to the bank and i do not care for ms jackson

Soonergirlie says to jtank(5:21 PM):

sometimes I feel like rcookie is calling a blow by blow boxing match for us (H)

(5:23 PM)dale was kicked out by dale!

rcookie says(5:24 PM):

LASTLY....SOMEONE MESSAGED ME ABOUT THE FISCAL REFORMS......DONT LISTEN TO GURUS...SPECULATE AND FUMBLE WITH RIDICULOUS OPINIONS THAT ARENT EVEN CLOSE.....AGAIN THEY HAVE SPELLED THEM OUT FOR YOU COMPLETELY...

rcookie says(5:24 PM):

B. Fiscal Policy

rcookie says(5:24 PM):

15. In order to maintain macroeconomic stability and achieve debt sustainability, the government commits to pursue its fiscal consolidation efforts to bring spending in line with available resources in 2016–19. This will require: (i) a sizable reduction in the adjusted non-oil primary balance5 (PC, Table 3), of about 11 percent of non-oil GDP (ID 4.3 trillion, or $3.6 billion) over 2016–19; and (ii) a large increase in mostly domestic but also external financing over the short run that will remain compatible with debt sustainability in the medium run.

rcookie says(5:25 PM):

16. In order to minimize the impact of the fiscal consolidation on the population, the government will protect social spending, i.e. spending on health, education, and transfers in support of the social safety net, the internally displaced and the refugees (IT, Table 3)

rcookie says(5:25 PM):

17. In order to strengthen debt sustainability, the government will renew discussion with Iraq’s non-Paris Club (PC) creditors towards which it still has unresolved external arrears in an amount of$41 billion that were accumulated under the pre-2003 Saddam regime. Those arrears make most of the total stock of the external debt stock, which amounted to $67 billion at end-2015. Negotiations with these creditors will continue to seek implementation of debt relief on the same terms as with the PC creditors, i.e. an 80 percent net-present-value reduction. The government will also examine with the PC the possibility of requesting a net-present-value neutral rescheduling of the remaining claims of PC creditors.

rcookie says(5:25 PM):

18. To ease the cash constraint in 2017, the authorities have agreed with the government of Kuwait on a further postponement of the payment of overdue war reparations to Kuwait amounting to$4.6 billion (ID 5.4 trillion or 4.3 percent of non-oil GDP) beyond 2017.

rcookie says(5:25 PM):

19. In order to facilitate implementation of the budget sharing arrangement between the Federal Government and the KRG, the Federal Government is looking into improving its modalities. In this regard, both parties are considering netting out the KRG oil receipts, which the KRG plans to have audited by international audit companies starting on July 1st, 2016, with the budgetary transfers to which the KRG would be eligible under the budget sharing arrangement. In the meantime, the performance criterion on the non-oil primary balance (¶32) for the Federal Government will have an adjuster in case the budget sharing agreement with the KRG is not implemented (TMU, ¶14).

rcookie says(5:26 PM):

AND HERE IS THE OUTLINE FOR THEIR FISCAL PROGRAM IN 2016.......

rcookie says(5:26 PM):

20. In 2016, the government commits to contain the non-oil primary deficit to no more thanID 65.2 trillion (53.3 percent of non-oil GDP), compared to ID 76.7 trillion (56.3 percent of non-oil GDP) in the 2016 budget. The Council of Ministers’ approval and circulation to parliament of a quarterly budget execution report that presents the projection of revenue and expenditure for the remainder of 2016 reflecting this change, an explanation of variations from the 2016 budget, and the measures to be taken to ensure that the budget execution remains in line with the macroeconomic framework agreed under the SBA is a prior action (PA, Table 5). Approval by the Minister of Finance and dissemination to the spending units of a spending plan for the latter in line with the macroeconomic framework agreed under the SBA is another PA. This fiscal program will be achieved through the implementation of the following measures:

rcookie says(5:27 PM):

NOW THIS IS FOR YOU TO MAKE YOUR CHECKLISTS...SO TO MARK DONE AS THEY ARE REPORTED COMPLETE....

rcookie says(5:27 PM):

collect at least ID 7.4 trillion (6.1 percent of non-oil GDP) in non-oil revenue, compared toID 8.8 trillion (6.5 percent of non-oil GDP) in the 2016 budget, in spite of the downwards revision of non-oil growth to -5 percent compared to zero in the budget, due to the following measure:

rcookie says(5:28 PM):

increase in personal income tax revenue through a reduction of exemptions, which will yield ID 0.3 trillion in 2016 (¶23);

rcookie says(5:28 PM):

contain non-oil primary expenditure to ID 72.6 trillion (59.4 percent of non-oil GDP) compared toID 85.5 trillion (62.8 percent of non-oil GDP) in the 2016 budget; this reduction will be borne mostly by the following measures:

rcookie says(5:28 PM):

reduction of the wage bill by ID 3.0 trillion, through natural attrition, delaying hiring of new staff, reduction of discretionary benefits, and revising wages of military and security personnel in light of observed number of staff absent without leave; this will still leave room for an increase in the wage bill by ID 3 trillion compared to 2015;

rcookie says(5:29 PM):

AGAIN...HERES WHY THAT PENSION LAW IS SO IMPORTANT......

rcookie says(5:29 PM):

reduction of pension payments by ID 1.8 trillion, by the enforcement of the existing rules preventing collection of multiple pensions or collecting pensions without minimum contribution period or below legal pensionable age; this will still leave room for an increase in pension payments by ID 1 trillion compared to 2015;

rcookie says(5:29 PM):

reduction in goods and services by ID 2.2 trillion, while making room for the increase in electricity charges from ID 360 billion to ID 675 billion, as a consequence of the fivefold electricity tariff increase decided by the Council of Ministers (¶24); this will still room for an increase in goods and services by ID 1.9 trillion compared to 2015 excluding electricity charges;

rcookie says(5:29 PM):

reduction of transfers by ID 2.4 trillion, including through less spending to replenish the food stocks of the Public Distribution System (PDS) in light of the higher than programmed level of the these stocks at end-2015; this will still leave room for an increase in transfers byID 4.5 trillion compared to 2015, and an increase of the social safety net transfers byID 1.8 trillion, including an increase of the PDS by ID 0.2 trillion;

rcookie says(5:29 PM):

reduction of non-oil investment expenditure by a further ID 3.6 trillion through prioritizing projects already started and focusing on the most crucial new ones, and delaying other projects to later years; this will imply a cut of non-oil investment expenditure by ID 7.3 trillion compared to 2015;

rcookie says(5:30 PM):

the wage, pension, and other cuts also include significant burden sharing by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), which is broadly commensurate with its share in the budget of the federal government: while the transfers to KRG were to amount to ID 13.1 trillion in the 2016 budget, this figure will be reduced to ID 9.8 trillion in the revised fiscal program for 2016.

rcookie says(5:30 PM):

(ID 2.8 trillion) and the oil investment expenditure (ID 14.7 trillion), the government will have recourse to oil revenue (ID 56.6 trillion), domestic financing (ID 21.5 trillion) and external financing (ID 4.5 trillion):

rcookie says(5:31 PM):

The domestic financing will be covered by the issuance of Treasury bills (ID 14.9 trillion), out of which most (up to ID 12.6 trillion) will be refinanced by commercial banks at the discount window of the CBI, the issuance of national bonds for the general public (ID 5 trillion), and the drawdown of government deposits in the banking sector (ID 4 trillion). The amount of central bank indirect monetary financing will be revisited on the occasion of the first review in light of the success in raising domestic financing by other means. If oil revenue is higher than programmed, the government commits to save the excess oil revenue collected over the amount programmed in order to reduce the indirect monetary financing of the budget deficit by the CBI.

rcookie says(5:31 PM):

AND.......ADD THESE PUPPIES UP...........

rcookie says(5:32 PM):

The external financing will be covered by loans from the IMF under the SBA ($1.9 billion), the World Bank under a Development Policy Loan to be disbursed in December 2016 ($1billion), a bond issued with full guarantee of the United States ($1 billion), loans by the World Bank guaranteed by France ($450 million), the United Kingdom ($430 million) and Canada ($120 million) budget support loans by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA, $200 million), and a Eurobond issuance in the last quarter of 2016 ($1billion). The external financing will also be covered by project loans from the U.S. government (﴾$2.7 billion, ¶11)﴿, Germany (﴾€167 million, i.e. the €500 million disbursed over three years, ¶11), JICA ($323 million), the World Bank ($120 million), Italy ($66 million), and the Islamic Development Bank ($54 million).

(5:32 PM)JETSET was kicked out by JETSET!

(5:32 PM)jeffusa was kicked out by jeffusa!

(5:34 PM)mshale was kicked out by mshale!

rcookie says(5:34 PM):

The government will not resort to the accumulation of arrears to finance the deficit. It commits to a zero ceiling on new external arrears to its external creditors after June 30, 2016 (continuous PC, Table 1), a gradual elimination of the existing stock of outstanding arrears to IOCs by the end of 2016 (¶11), and regular inventories of domestic arrears with a view to ensuring that new arrears do not accumulate and to paying down existing ones after proper audit (¶25, third bullet).

rcookie says(5:35 PM):

AND ........THIS COMPLETES THE PLAN.........

rcookie says(5:36 PM):

NOW.....NEXT TIME SOME CARNIVAL BARKER STARTS OPINING AND FUMBLING WITH THE FACTS....SHOW THAT TO THEM......

(5:36 PM)JETSET was kicked out by JETSET!

rcookie says(5:36 PM):

SLEEP MUCH BETTER AT NIGHT FOLLOWING THESE PEOPLE.....

jimplants says(5:36 PM):

RC they would not understand or even try

jimplants says(5:37 PM):

bbl

rcookie says to jimplants(5:37 PM):

WOULD SHORT CIRCUIT FRANF BY THE 3RD SENTENCE....:D

rcookie says to jimplants(5:37 PM):

FRANK*

rcookie says(5:38 PM):

BBL......

jtank says(5:39 PM):

rc (y)

Dinarian1 says to rcookie(5:41 PM):

Great job bringing in the news! Thank You!!(handshake)

DIGIman1 says(5:44 PM):

and placed into a time capsule to be opened in the year 3086...

(6:05 PM)*.MOD.magnetlady changed nickname to *.MOD.Mags BGG NT copy!

(6:07 PM)plowboy changed nickname to deplorable plowboy!

(6:16 PM)beblessed was kicked out by beblessed!

(6:17 PM)plowboy changed nickname to deplorable plowboy!

bubbles says(6:20 PM):

did I miss news?

MrsBGG says(6:21 PM):

News Time w/BGG @ 6:45 pm CST !!

bubbles says(6:21 PM):

oh good thank you

MrsBGG says to bubbles(6:23 PM):

you are welcome :)

bubbles says(6:23 PM):

:)

BGG says(6:24 PM):

Hey Gang - I know I scratched on THE BLOG for News Time - but I will be here... we'll start a little late is all.

magnetlady says(6:24 PM):

Thanks Mrs BGG

BGG says(6:24 PM):

6:45??

plowboy says(6:24 PM):

The Dallas Cowboys ATT stadium needs to fix that glare problem down on the field

MrsBGG says to magnetlady(6:24 PM):

you are welcome :)

jeffusa says to plowboy(6:25 PM):

you would think that for a billion dollars it would be glare free

BGG says to plowboy(6:26 PM):

you would think after having spent a billion dollars on that place they could have thought that through a little.

jeffusa says to BGG(6:26 PM):

hey ... great minds

BGG says to jeffusa(6:26 PM):

lol

jeffusa says to BGG(6:26 PM):

now they just need a football team

jeffusa says(6:33 PM):

The Chief of Media Operations in the Islamic State (ISIS), Abu Muhammad Furqan, was killed in an attack by Iraqi army forces, officials said on Sunday.

Iraqi security officer Ali Daqqa told ARA News that a special forces unit from the Iraqi army raided a building in the Baaj district where Furqan and other ISIS-affiliated media workers have been hiding.

plowboy says to BGG(6:33 PM):

one would think

plowboy says to jeffusa(6:34 PM):

they came close

cricket22 says(6:39 PM):

Hello everyone :)

(6:39 PM)jeffjane changed nickname to jjon!

larrykn says to plowboy(6:40 PM):

that glare problem isn't that only thing they need to fix :D

jeffjane says(6:40 PM):

How about those Minnesota Vikings? I am from Minnesota. They are better than everyone thinks

magnetlady says(6:40 PM):

News Time w/BGG @ 6:45 pm CST !!

magnetlady says(6:41 PM):

Hey larrykn. All packed?

magnetlady says(6:41 PM):

I know you are getting anxious

larrykn says to magnetlady(6:41 PM):

almost lol

plowboy says(6:41 PM):

Now they've named a tropical storm, Orlene. Then there was the hurricane Hermine. Who knows anyone with those names?

jeffusa says to cricket22(6:41 PM):

sup

cricket22 says to jeffusa(6:42 PM):

Hi there hun. Just checking in. How are you?

jeffusa says to cricket22(6:42 PM):

great

larrykn says to plowboy(6:42 PM):

my grandmother name was Nellie who knows a Nellie lol

plowboy says to larrykn(6:42 PM):

I've known one

cricket22 says to jeffusa(6:43 PM):

That's good. :)

Craveman says to larrykn(6:43 PM):

Only a few Negative Nellies :)

jeffusa says to cricket22(6:44 PM):

waiting on the date and rate

cricket22 says to jeffusa(6:44 PM):

Yep! Me too

larrykn says to plowboy(6:44 PM):

my grandfather was name Emmet Roscoe :D

plowboy says to larrykn(6:44 PM):

and that wasn't in the LGBTQ neighborhood

foxmulder says to cricket22(6:44 PM):

hey neighbor

magnetlady says(6:45 PM):

larry my granddad was named Andrew Jackson

foxmulder says to jeffusa(6:45 PM):

hey how is colo. ?

larrykn says(6:45 PM):

my grandfather offered my dad $5000 to name me Roscoe, I'm so glad he didn't

cricket22 says to foxmulder(6:45 PM):

Hey there my friend. :)

DIGIman1 says(6:45 PM):

hiya cricket :)

jeffusa says to foxmulder(6:45 PM):

up in smoke

jeffusa says to foxmulder(6:45 PM):

lol

willie60 says to larrykn(6:45 PM):

My GF name was Archibald Alawicious

magnetlady says(6:45 PM):

you could have shortened it to Ross

jeffusa says to foxmulder(6:46 PM):

puff puff pass

foxmulder says to jeffusa(6:46 PM):

lol

plowboy says to larrykn(6:46 PM):

the only Roscoe's I've known have been dogs

magnetlady says(6:46 PM):

but I like lalrry

magnetlady says(6:46 PM):

larry

cricket22 says to DIGIman1(6:46 PM):

Hi Digi!..How are ya? :)

larrykn says to magnetlady(6:46 PM):

me too but Roscoe , I don't think so lol

DIGIman1 says to cricket22(6:46 PM):

the new job didnt go.....so.....otherwise, not bad :)

larrykn says to magnetlady(6:46 PM):

I loved my grandpa but

cricket22 says to plowboy(6:46 PM):

Thank you for the email. :)

foxmulder says to jeffusa(6:47 PM):

yep it was an eye opener walking through denver

cricket22 says to DIGIman1(6:47 PM):

Oh no! What happened?

BGG says(6:47 PM):

Hey gang - lets get this thing kicked off...

jeffusa says to foxmulder(6:47 PM):

my neighbor lites them up,,,

DIGIman1 says to cricket22(6:47 PM):

they decided to train one of the existing guys

cricket22 says to plowboy(6:47 PM):

I love it! :)

cricket22 says to DIGIman1(6:48 PM):

Oh no!...I am so sorry

foxmulder says to jeffusa(6:48 PM):

god for him thats great ! ill stick to my wine

cricket22 says to BGG(6:48 PM):

Hi BGG! :)

foxmulder says to jeffusa(6:48 PM):

good *

BGG says(6:48 PM):

It's gonna' be a short News Time tonite (we've got some stuff going on - we're trying to take care of...) but let's go!!

DIGIman1 says to cricket22(6:48 PM):

ty i hope for something else soon......like an rv :D

Nomad says(6:48 PM):

Nellie Belle was Roy Rogers side kicks Jeep's name

BGG says(6:48 PM):

Mrs BGG - would you mind saying a quick prayer to get us started off right??

MrsBGG says(6:48 PM):

Heavenly Father, we come before You by the Blood of Jesus. Thank You for Your Mercy, Grace, & Forgiveness! Thank You for Your unfailing love :) We delight in You :) Thank You that You have all wisdom and might! Thank You Holy Spirit for leading and guiding us. We pray for all the families that were involved on 9/11, we pray that they have the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and filled with the Holy Spirit. We thank You for BGG's leadership and the the whole team here @ DU. We pray that You continue to give them wisdom. Thank You Lord that You are our Strength. We pray that You will bless each person here and their families. We give You all the Glory, Honor, and Praise! In Jesus Name, Amen.

jimplants says(6:48 PM):

amen

wilson6060 says(6:48 PM):

Amen

BGG says(6:48 PM):

Amen

larrykn says(6:48 PM):

Amen

1bobby says(6:48 PM):

Amen

DIGIman1 says(6:48 PM):

amen

jeffusa says to BGG(6:48 PM):

amen

Nomad says(6:49 PM):

AMEN

MadDScout says(6:49 PM):

Amen

plowboy says(6:49 PM):

AMEN

MrsBGG says to magnetlady(7:29 PM):

Thank you for copying!!

subgirl says to magnetlady(7:30 PM):

thank you mags :)

(7:33 PM)wvchsr was kicked out by wvchsr!

Dinarian1 says(7:34 PM):

After Call Number???

subgirl says to Dinarian(7:37 PM):

I dont think there is a call???

jtank says(7:37 PM):

rt

magnetlady says(7:37 PM):

Dinarian it was not a call it was a report and here is the link:

http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...l=1#post161380

subgirl says to magnetlady(7:37 PM):

thanks mags! :) you are real quick!

Dinarian1 says(7:37 PM):

oh man... I missed out BIG TIME!!! :-(

(7:37 PM)gert49 was kicked out by gert49!

magnetlady says(7:37 PM):

Ok wow you are back

jtank says(7:37 PM):

maggs # 1

subgirl says to Dinarian1(7:37 PM):

you can read it tho :)

magnetlady says(7:37 PM):

Dinarian1 o its all there

Pablo says(7:37 PM):

Do we have any info on how long it will take for them to get into the WTO?

Dinarian1 says(7:38 PM):

THank you all for the speedy replies!!

subgirl says to Dinarian1(7:38 PM):

(y)

Dinarian1 says to subgirl(7:38 PM):

(y)

(7:38 PM)*.MOD.Magnlady changed nickname to *.MOD.Magnetlady!

subgirl says to Pablo(7:38 PM):

it will happen very soon! :)

Dinarian1 says to subgirl(7:38 PM):

Off to read now LOL.... (})

magnetlady says(7:38 PM):

There ya go

jtank says(7:38 PM):

when they stop multi currency we go to the bank

subgirl says to Dinarian1(7:39 PM):

:D(y) enjoy then !!! (})

Dinarian1 says to subgirl(7:39 PM):

(H)

subgirl says to Dinarian1(7:39 PM):

(F)

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