JUST THOUGHT I WOULD STOP BY AND TELL EVERYONE THAT MY WEALTH MANAGER AT CHASE CALLED ME THIS MORNING AND TOLD ME WE WILL BE NEEDING AN APPOINTMENT NEXT WEEK AND WANTED TO KNOW WHICH DAY WORKED BETTER FOR ME AND SAID ABOUT THE BUSINESS WE HAD DISCUSSED BEFORE.
THE ONLY THING I TALKED TO HIM ABOUT THE IS RV/GCR.
I AM STILL IN SHOCK. HE REALLY COULD NOT TALK ABOUT IT, I TOLD HIM TO CALL AND I WOULD BE THERE IN JUST 10-15 MINUTES ANY DAY.
HE SAID HE WOULD CALL. I TOLD HIM HE COULD PUT MY PHONE NUMBER IN HIS PERSONAL CELL AND CALL ANYTIME.
WE BOTH LAUGHED AND HE SAID OK. I WISH I COULD PUT INTO WORDS HOW EXCITED HE WAS.
I TOLD HIM A LONG TIME AGO I WANTED HIM TO BE THE ONE I EXCHANGED WITH.
HE HAS ALWAYS TREATED PEOPLE EQUAL AND I LOVE THAT.
I THINK HE WAS TOLD SOMETHING IN A MEMO AND THAT IS WHY HE CALLED ME. I WILL LET EVERYONE KNOW IF HE CALLS ME IN AND WHEN I AM GOING IN.
I finally got my bank story, I’ve waited oh so long.
My Good friend went to Wells Fargo today, to discuss his Dinar and his Dong.
The Lady said the RV's coming, The wealth managers there all knew.
what made it all so special is they have a De LA Rue.
As he was opening up his holding accounts, he called me out of breath.
I’m gonna open MY accounts tomorrow, I’ll be there barring death.
This story is true, of this I swear, our time is finally here.
I really gotta go now, It’s time for lots of beer.
10/16 MILLIONDAY nugget
10-16-2014 Millionday Article quote: "Nabil Elaraby, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, will travel to Iraq, next Sunday..." THE ARAB WORLD IS COMING ON SUNDAY IT APPEARS... THE VISIT WAS PLANNED EARLIER BUT THEY DID NOT HAVE ALL OF THE NEW GOV -- SO IT APPEARS THEY EXPECT TO HAVE THAT DONE...
Arab League chief to visit Iraq on Sunday
"The visit comes within the framework of Arab League support for the new Iraqi government and its efforts to fight terrorism," Diaa al-Dabbas said
World Bulletin/News Desk
Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-Arabi will visit Iraq on Sunday to express support for the Iraqi government, Iraq's representative at the pan-Arab body said Wednesday.
"The visit comes within the framework of Arab League support for the new Iraqi government and its efforts to fight terrorism," Diaa al-Dabbas told reporters.
He said al-Arabi would be accompanied by Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, whose country currently holds the Arab summit's rotating chairmanship, and Mauritanian Foreign Minister Ahmed Ould Teguedi, whose country currently heads upthe Arab League Council.
Al-Dabbas asserted that terrorism posed a threat to all countries of the region.
"Fighting terrorism has become a necessity," he said.
Since June, Iraq has been fighting the ISIL militant group, which seized vast swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria this summer.
Since last month, the U.S. and its allies have been carrying out airstrikes against ISIL positions in both countries.