In TNT

Ify:  Just thinking out loud. RV needs to go in the next week or so. Here’s why. End of Third Quarter Economic Impact would not be noticed with figures released post September 30, 2020. I don’t know if I am saying that right. Anyway, economic impact needs about 2 months for figures to show effects of this RV in the hands of 10 million dinar holders.

Truckerbabe67:  8/1/20 from a dinar buddy…. Both M and the UST are affirming that the 800 are on their way and all delays will be overriden guaranteed. The guys at the UST were actually celebrating as we spoke and that sends a good vibe to me. You may share.

Dinara:  I heard they are trying to get this done every day. We are in a 24 hr. window every day. It has to get done! It’s just a matter of time! But very close!

Mot: The teller told her, “For withdrawals less than $2,000, please use the ATM.”

The old lady handed her bank card to a bank teller and said, “I would like to withdraw $500″.

The teller told her, “For withdrawals less than $2,000, please use the ATM.”

The old lady wanted to know why …

The teller returned her bank card and irritably told her, “These are the rules. Please leave if there is no other matter. There is a line behind you.”

The old lady remained silent for a few seconds, then handed the card back to the teller and said, “Please help me withdraw all the money I have.”

The teller was astonished when she checked the account balance. She nodded her head, leaned down and respectfully told her, “My apologies Ma’am, you have $35 million in your account and our bank doesn’t have so much cash currently. Could you make an appointment and come again tomorrow?

The old lady then asked how much she could withdraw immediately.

The teller told her any amount up to $250,000.

“Well, please let me have $250,000 now”, she requested. The teller did so quickly, then handed it very friendly and respectfully to her elderly client.

The old lady put $500 in her bag and asked the teller to deposit the balance of $249,500 back into her account.

“Don’t be difficult with old people, they spent a lifetime learning the skills.”