MadDScout says(6:31 PM):
Good evening and welcome to Newstime with the DU Facebook Crew!

For Thursday 13th April


1bobby says to BGG(6:31 PM):
Welcome to the FB Crew world


MadDScout says(6:31 PM):
We are glad to have you with us and hope the news tonight is helpful at pointing out where they are right now.

MadDScout says(6:32 PM):
We have Mrs. BGG who will bring our prayer tonight

Mrs BGG says(6:32 PM):
Heavenly Father, we come to You by the Blood of Jesus. Thank You for Your amazing Grace, Mercy, & forgiveness. Thank You that all of Your promises are in HIm Yes and in Him Amen. Thank You that we can rest in Your Promises. Thank You that You died on the Cross and rose from the dead. Thank You for this Easter to celebrate Your Resurrection. We celebrate our Risen Savior, Jesus Christ. Thank You Holy Spirit for Your leading & guiding. We love You and trust You Lord. Thank You that whoever calls upon the Name of the Lord shall be saved. We thank You for each person here. We pray that You will bless each person and their families. We give You all the Glory , Honor, & Praise! In Jesus Name, Amen
Okie Dinar says(6:32 PM):
Amen!!
tycho says(6:32 PM):
Amen
MadDScout says(6:32 PM):
Amen
SRW says(6:32 PM):
Amen
pacella says(6:32 PM):
amen
suprkat says(6:32 PM):
Amen!
subgirl says(6:32 PM):
AMEN!!!
morris says(6:32 PM):
AMEN
DIGIman1 says(6:32 PM):
amen
bubbles says(6:32 PM):
amen
ABNewsflash says to Mrs BGG(6:32 PM):
Amen and Thank You
1bobby says(6:32 PM):
Amen
msdiva says(6:32 PM):
amen
eaglesrest says(6:32 PM):
amen
john09 says(6:32 PM):
Amen
MadDScout says(6:32 PM):
Thank you Mrs. BGG
Mrs BGG says(6:33 PM):
you are welcome
dennis2 says(6:33 PM):
AMEN
Soonergirlie says(6:33 PM):
Amen

MadDScout says(6:34 PM):
Kathy - Suprkat, is out this evening, but says "Hi" to everyone.

MadDScout says(6:34 PM):
I am sorry
having troubles with my fingers

MadDScout says(6:35 PM):
So we have with us Kaleigh - Okiedinar on copy, Andrew - ABNewsflash, Bobby - 1Bobby, and myself Pat - MadDScout.

MadDScout says(6:35 PM):
Kaleigh, could you drop the rules for us?


Okie Dinar says(6:35 PM):
PLEASE BE NICE TO OUR COPIERS AND MODS DURING NEWSTIME AND PLEASE WORK WITH US TO KEEP OUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS IN AN AREA OF WHEN WE ASK FOR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS. ITS REALLY TOUGH ON THE COPIERS WHEN IT IS SCATTERED AND ALSO REQUIRES MORE TIME TO COLOR AND PRODUCE. IT IS ALSO HARD FOR OTHERS TO READ AT A LATER DATE. SO AGAIN PLEASE BE NICE TO THEM AND LETS KEEP THE COPY IN ORDER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING! If YOU HAVE A QUESTION - USE A ??

MadDScout says to Okie Dinar(6:35 PM):
Thank you Ma'am


Okie Dinar says(6:36 PM):
You're welcome

MadDScout says(6:36 PM):
Don't make her get a switch!


Okie Dinar says(6:36 PM):
lol

MadDScout says(6:36 PM):
We will get started now

MadDScout says(6:37 PM):
Bobby has our first report


1bobby says(6:37 PM):
Thanks. 1st off I'm gonna apologize for my copy/pasting skills before I screw it up

1bobby says(6:37 PM):
Parliamentary economy talks about the provisions of the law "Trademarks"

April 10, 2017

Channel Aba / Continue

The Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary, Monday, the most prominent details of the draft trademark law to be passed during the coming sessions, pointing out that the law consists of 19 constitutional articles.

"The economy and investment parliamentary close to the completion of the draft law on the granting of trademarks, which gives the right to the Iraqi government to grant licenses to international companies to sell cars and electronic devices to open branches in the country."

She added that "the terms of the law stresses the companies granted to the brand to give priority to the appointment of its staff to the Iraqis and their preference for foreigners," noting that "the condition was agreed upon after meeting with representatives of Japanese companies, Chinese, American, German and other foreign investment.

Najib said that "the draft law consists of 19 main constitutional articles, some of which are sub-items and will be presented to the Presidency of the House of Representatives to pass during the coming period."

http://www.alebaatv.com/

1bobby says(6:38 PM):
When we 1st saw this it kinda threw us. As we delved further into what we are seeing is a WTO requirement. The TRIPS Agreement within the WTO guidelines mainly deals with intellectual property protections, it also go into trademark issues.

Now what they, US, China, Japan, Germany etc, don't want is a dumping of alike products into the Iraqi market, thus devaluing their products that will come into the Iraqi market.

It would be like certain parties selling a Vizio TV, promoting it as such, and when you get home, it has the inner workings of off market components that didn't even come from Vizio.

These products could range from something as simple as a TV, or something as complex as circuit boards. Now this is just one aspect of this Trademark Law. Another is Iraq gets contracts thru these countries allowing their product into the country thus promoting trade.

1bobby says(6:39 PM):
Some ask if this needed for an RV. What it is needed for is promoting trade which is one of the pillars that influences echanges rates.

Now as far as Parliament passing the law? Not much lately but still holding hope that things will speed up after Mosul. But i digress. This is just something to keep an eye on.

1bobby says(6:40 PM):
Thanks Pat


MadDScout says to 1bobby(6:40 PM):
Thank you Bobby


ABNewsflash says to MadDScout(6:41 PM):
Good Stuff Bobby


MadDScout says(6:41 PM):
So this is big picture, forward looking stuff


1bobby says(6:41 PM):
I agree just hoping that we see things pick up

1bobby says(6:42 PM):
any questions

MadDScout says(6:44 PM):
Intellectually property protections

MadDScout says(6:45 PM):
never mind

MadDScout says(6:45 PM):
told you having finger trouble

MadDScout says(6:45 PM):
and eyes obviously

MadDScout says(6:45 PM):
Bobby?


1bobby says(6:46 PM):

Iraq and Kuwait to discuss mechanisms for achieving economic complementarity

11:52 2017 GMT Thursday April 13

http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...ntarity-See-mo


MadDScout says(6:46 PM):
If you have the next report

MadDScout says(6:46 PM):
(y)

MadDScout says(6:46 PM):
(elevator music)

MadDScout says(6:47 PM):
1 moment please


1bobby says(6:47 PM):
Way too long of an article to bring into chat. Plus Pat knows I suck at copy/pasting. This along with the Jordanian article today has bilateral trade written all over it. When they speak of "mechanisms" that means that the substance(s) of the agreement have been met, now they are looking towards implementation. Kuwait and the other ME Countries are learning that they can not survive by oil alone and they need to open the doors to more of a non oil revenue based economy.

In this article they speak of technical, economic and trade cooperation between the two countries that open the door to investment. They speak of such things as opening the trade highway between Kuwait, Iraq and Jordan and if we recall Kuwait invested $100 million to get this going.

They speak of such things as opening the trade highway between Kuwait, Iraq and Jordan and if we recall Kuwait invested over $100 million to get this going. Kuwait calls Iraq "An important and promising market"

What was interesting is that Kuwait is seeing all these other countries getting involved in Iraq and they feel as though they have been somewhat left out. Even the Emir of Kuwait got involved and said "Get it done". The big hold up is the VISA issue between the 2 countries that have denied Kuwait of opportunities.

From the Iraqi side two issues need clearing, legislative (could be the VISA's) and technical which could be worked out through the Council of Ministers.

The last thing on this is that Iraq has lifted a ban that basically gives the right to Kuwati citizens the right to own property and invest in Iraq. Now Iraq wants the same from Kuwait. And if we speculate, we can also wonder if the reparation issue was discussed as well.

1bobby says(6:49 PM):
done. Thanks Pat


MadDScout says(6:49 PM):
(y)


ABNewsflash says to 1bobby(6:50 PM):
(y)


MadDScout says(6:50 PM):
Thank you Bobby any ??'s before we move to Andrew?


1bobby says(6:50 PM):
It's a great article so I hope everyone visits the forum and reads all the other great articles as well


MadDScout says(6:50 PM):
Yes by all means http://www.dinarupdates.com/forumdis...rent-Iraq-NEWS

MadDScout says(6:51 PM):
Ok so Andrew has some good stuff


ABNewsflash says(6:51 PM):
Launch of the optical access network

13/04/2017 09:11

ABNewsflash says(6:51 PM):
The Ministry of Communications announced the launch of FTTH network next Monday funded by the Japanese loan project.

The director of the media office of the ministry Hazem Mohammed Ali said that a preparatory meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Director General of the Department of Planning and Follow-up in the name of Asadi and head of the work team of the Japanese loan and discussed the mechanism of work for the completion of all related to the success of this event in its technical, security and media.

He pointed out that the tasks and duties of the supervisors of this work have been determined.

He explained that the launch of this project will be held in the Ministry's office next Monday.

It is noteworthy that the optical cable was adopted in Iraq after 2003, as the Ministry of Communications tries to deliver the service to all provinces, where the system has several features, including high-speed, high-speed Internet, and video calls.

http://www.iraqidev.org/news/index.p...dea/93566.html

iraqidev.org

ABNewsflash says(6:53 PM):
Fiber to the home (FTTH), also called "fiber to the premises" (FTTP), is the installation and use of optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings such as residences, apartment buildings and businesses to provide unprecedented high-speed Internet access.


1bobby says(6:53 PM):
Nice! What's crazy about this is the speed in which they enacted this project

MadDScout says(6:53 PM):
This also brings the new standard in internet encryption and data security


ABNewsflash says(6:53 PM):
Starting Monday

1bobby says(6:53 PM):
It was only a few months ago that it was even discussed


MadDScout says(6:53 PM):
Very secure tunneling for ecommerce

MadDScout says(6:54 PM):
Any??'s

MadDScout says(6:54 PM):
comments?

MadDScout says(6:54 PM):
We have seen them working in bites on this project

MadDScout says(6:55 PM):
this looks like it is ready to go now

subgirl says(6:55 PM):
comment

1bobby says to subgirl(6:55 PM):
Fire away young lady


subgirl says(6:55 PM):
that is so cool to think High speed internet in Iraq!!!!WOW!!

1bobby says to subgirl(6:56 PM):
BINGO!


subgirl says(6:56 PM):
now that is really cool!!!

suprkat says(6:56 PM):
Comment

subgirl says(6:56 PM):
who would think that Iraq can be that techy!!!

1bobby says to subgirl(6:56 PM):
It's crazy what this will lead to

SRW says to MadDScout(6:56 PM):
Comment

1bobby says to SRW(6:56 PM):
go for it buddy


subgirl says to 1bobby(6:56 PM):
exactly!! SWEET!!! GREAT JOB YOU GUYS ARE ALL DOING!!!!

1bobby says to subgirl(6:57 PM):
I know right. Pay raise coming! lol


subgirl says to 1bobby(6:57 PM):
lol

ABNewsflash says to suprkat(6:57 PM):
throw it out there Kathy


1bobby says to suprkat(6:57 PM):
I apologize didn't see ya. Go for it


suprkat says(6:57 PM):
This also goes along with Lifi which they installed not long ago.

SRW says to MadDScout(6:57 PM):
This will allow the regular citizen to do e-dinar and businesses to do e-commerce at a great amount of security and efficiency..

jxxl says(6:57 PM):
Well Kuwait Owns 2 Compaines listed onthe stock market ( ISX ) a Bank and Tasc , just sayin.Thats all I know But They have had High Speed Internet for Sometime.

MadDScout says to SRW(6:58 PM):
Yes it will (y)


1bobby says to suprkat(6:58 PM):
Someone's paying attention. Great stuff


MadDScout says to jxxl(6:58 PM):
(y)


1bobby says to SRW(6:58 PM):
Very good point

ABNewsflash says to SRW(6:58 PM):
Transparency at it Finest


MadDScout says to suprkat(6:58 PM):
Indeed Kathy great point


1bobby says(6:59 PM):
This is Iraq


MadDScout says(7:00 PM):
I am going to bring in Andrews next report as we have a tech issue.

MadDScout says(7:00 PM):
UNDP’s Iraq Country Office is pleased to inform all potential Construction Firms/Companies that starting 01 May 2017, all procurement processes will be conducted using an online E-Tendering system (Electronic Tendering Platform).

The initiative of E-Tendering will allow UNDP to further improve transparency and efficiency in the procurement process and will help to reduce the time needed to award contracts to the successful bidders.

MadDScout says(7:01 PM):
In the first phase, the training session will be conducted in Erbil and Baghdad. Trainings are ONLY for Construction Companies/Firms.

Potential Construction Companies/Firms in Erbil and surrounding areas and Baghdad-based construction Companies/Firms are requested to send names of two focal persons (Owner & Engineer) to the UNDP Focal Person listed below to obtain security clearance as per the following details:


Erbil

17-18 April 2017

Mr Ahmed Lashkari, email: ahmed.lashkari@undp.org

Baghdad

26-27 April 2017

Anmar Abdulsalam Majeed

anmar.al-ani@undp.org

Important Note:

Interested firms/companies are requested to bring the following:

1. One laptop with Internet Explorer installed on the computer to access the E-Tendering Module

2. Internet Device (eg Fastlink) to access UNDP E-Tendering Modul

Venue will be communicated to the firms/companies who will register themselves in advance by sending an email to the above UNDP focal points. Please send your nominations to UNDP focal points 3 days prior to the start of the training session.

UNDP in Iraq (Generic Inquiries)

Tweets by @UNDPInIraq


http://www.iq.undp.org/content/iraq/...ystem-in-iraq/

MadDScout says(7:02 PM):
I know that last part does us no good but was in the report


ABNewsflash says(7:02 PM):
Looks like they are moving along and want to get this reconstruction process under way SOON!

ABNewsflash says(7:03 PM):
as soon as the Iraqi security forces get done mopping up the rest of the bad guys


MadDScout says to ABNewsflash(7:04 PM):
This is also more efficient than what was the case in the past


1bobby says(7:04 PM):
Lots more oversight


ABNewsflash says(7:04 PM):
that was the word i was looking for

subgirl says(7:05 PM):
comment

1bobby says to subgirl(7:06 PM):
I'm awake. Go ahead


subgirl says(7:06 PM):
Training is very important and they all want to be on the same page!!WOW!! GO IRAQ

subgirl says(7:06 PM):
lol

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:06 PM):
(y)


subgirl says(7:06 PM):
(y)

MadDScout says(7:06 PM):
They are moving with purpose


1bobby says to subgirl(7:06 PM):
Training in every aspect. From this to banking


MadDScout says(7:07 PM):
I have 2 reports on this. here is the first one and is shorter than the second.

subgirl says(7:07 PM):
it's very exciting to see this kind of movement!!

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:07 PM):
It is

subgirl says to 1bobby(7:07 PM):
yes!! for sure

1bobby says to subgirl(7:07 PM):
s59


subgirl says to 1bobby(7:07 PM):
s59 lol

1bobby says to subgirl(7:07 PM):
I had to do the bananas

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:08 PM):
I remember the talk leading up to these new systems being put in place, and that some thought it was too much for them to handle after just coming off the abacus


subgirl says to MadDScout(7:09 PM):
But look at them go!! WOW!!!

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:09 PM):
Right on!

MadDScout says(7:09 PM):
Al-Mahmoudawi calls for activating the project "national carrier"

12/04/2017 06:12 | Number of readings:

Trend Press / Basra

MP for the province of Basra, Jamal al-Muhammadawi, Wednesday, to activate the project of the national carrier, noting that the activation will benefit the province and contribute to provide the state treasury with additional revenue.

A statement from the office of the MP received "Trend Press" a copy of him, "Al-Mahmoudawi visited the General Company for Maritime Transport in Basra was received by the Director General of the company Eng. Abdul Karim Kanhal Al-Jabri to see the activities and events of the company and its future plans."

Al-Mahmoudawi called for "activating the national carrier project, which will benefit Basra and contribute to the state coffers with additional revenues," adding that "the need to intensify efforts to develop the reality of maritime transport and to promote it to the best levels.

"The work of the company and its divisions and their efforts to develop the work of the river section and revitalize the movement of the river taxi in terms of entertainment and transport people to alleviate the congestion and work on the establishment of new river stations in Basra, Maysan, Wasit, Baghdad, Hilla and Kufa."

http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...l-carrier-quot

MadDScout says(7:10 PM):
I bring this because Facebook had some questions about it and have we seen this before

MadDScout says(7:10 PM):
This report has a little more detail.

MadDScout says(7:11 PM):
(OPED) I forgot to mention but from Abdel Mahdi

MadDScout says(7:11 PM):
(( Here Mahdi is saying this project is worthy and can be funded in stages and by investment in the project. ))


The economy and parliamentary investment will contribute to the development and move the wheel of the economy of the country and adds to the treasury of the state of large financial returns, as experts see the economic situation that the establishment of such a project will be reflected on the overall economy, whether open to the world economically and the employment of thousands of manpower or activation of non-oil resources, Channel Freely overlooking the Gulf at a time that needs substantial funds and government determination and determination to implement them.

(( This project will "move the wheel of the economy and the country, serve as a non-oil revenue, and add to the treasury of the state ))

MadDScout says(7:13 PM):
(( Pointing to the greatness of the Suez Canal that was dug by "axes and shovels", and today is a great work. Also bringing up that Saudi Arabia has a similar project in the works to link the Gulf with the Red Sea ))

MadDScout says(7:14 PM):
Saudi Arabia recently completed the procedural steps to study the Marine Canal project, which links the Arabian Gulf through the Kingdom, to the Arabian Sea, to circumvent the Strait of Hormuz, enabling the Kingdom to transport its oil through this largest industrial waterway in the world's largest industrial waterways.

Minister of Water Resources Hasan al-Janabi described the idea in one of his tweets on his Facebook page recently, in a proactive, intelligent and practical manner. He pointed out that Adel Abdul Mahdi is a great economic mentor and his views are looking forward to the future with amazing intelligence.

MadDScout says(7:15 PM):
(( many things beyond just waterway locomotion. This will have peripheral projects associated with this main project. One helping link the gulf to the Arabian Sea, desalinization projects, water taxi's, and the overall usefulness of a railroad for the waterways. ))

MadDScout says(7:18 PM):
(( This project could be a huge boon for many industries. It will boost Iraq's fishery wealth.
It will be cost effective for the many cities that are connected by way of the water system, for moving goods(trade), agriculture, tourism, while impacting the local climate in a positive way, and reduce desert encroachment ))

MadDScout says(7:19 PM):
The project also helps the oil sector both for export and import or to benefit from seawater, The project can also be a substitute for many projects of the Ministry of Transport, Water Resources, Agriculture, Industry, Electricity and Oil.

In a related context, Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanai said on April 9, 2016, that Moscow and Tehran are currently in talks on the drilling of a shipping channel linking the Caspian Sea and the Arabian Gulf, the "North-South" transport corridor, which will pass part of it along the coast West of the Caspian Sea from Russia to Iran via the Azerbaijani territories. "

The issue of water is one of the most serious issues that will besiege Iraq more and more, especially as the prevailing approach is to continue to demand that Turkey, Iran and Syria release more water, a work we have done over the past decades. "We have to continue to cooperate with our neighbors, but we need serious actions to ensure our future, especially south of the 100-mm line of rain, which some see as the beginning of the desert line, which crosses the Euphrates south of Deir al-Zour in Syria to the south-east to Baghdad, Passing through the Black to the Gulf.

Iraq is suffering from the problem of the shallow depths of its sole and narrow sea port. In 2004, it launched the Large Port of Iraq project, approved by the Economic Committee at the time, which is based on the construction of a peninsula connected to the Iraqi land, extending 32 kilometers to reach the deep waters (22-28) Meters, is the other so far has not seen the light.


http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...134#post172134

ABNewsflash says(7:21 PM):
WoW, and I thought the Mississippi was a busy waterway

MadDScout says(7:21 PM):
I thought this was a good report although these projects are needing implementation, this project would have a positive impact in so many ways for the good, both to the everyday Iraqi and to the bottom line for the treasury.

MadDScout says(7:21 PM):
Many parts to this project and it's goal is jobs, investment, transport, (interstate)commerce, tourism, a source for non-oil revenue, and the reviatlization and fertility of Mesopotamia

1bobby says(7:21 PM):
That was a great report Pat. We sure appreciate the research you did on it!

1bobby says(7:22 PM):
On the surface it was a basic report. Thanks for explaining


MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:23 PM):
You are welcome and I hope I did it justice

suprkat says(7:23 PM):
Comment

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:23 PM):
It is huge and has huge potential


1bobby says to suprkat(7:23 PM):
Go for it

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:23 PM):
!!


suprkat says(7:23 PM):
Somebody did their homework. Thanks Pat!

1bobby says to suprkat(7:24 PM):
(y)


MadDScout says to suprkat(7:24 PM):
My pleasure Kathy


suprkat says(7:24 PM):


1bobby says(7:26 PM):
Subby has a great report that we weren't able to get to. With all the news it's hard to cover everything, so we appreciate her bringing it in


subgirl says(7:26 PM):
National electricity back to Mosul after a hiatus of three years.

19:31 4/11/2017

Twilight news/Northern Electric said that national electricity service will be back starting Wednesday to the left coast city of Mosul after about three years of interruption.

The engineer explained Zidane dulaimi in SMC twilight news, that "hopefully motorized Wednesday left side connector b 120 megawatts of electricity after approximately 3 years of blackouts of stations under the control of the Government."

He added that cross-processing plant by tomorrow promises pay Taza MEW.

1bobby says(7:27 PM):
How cool is that! FB went crazy over it

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:27 PM):
Nice thank you Subby, I saw that report


SRW says to 1bobby(7:27 PM):
Comment

MadDScout says to SRW(7:27 PM):
Go


subgirl says(7:27 PM):
Your very welcome

1bobby says to SRW(7:27 PM):
shoot


MadDScout says to subgirl(7:27 PM):
It is very good for the poor of Mosul to see this

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:28 PM):
among the other positive implications

subgirl says(7:28 PM):
yes it is... after 3 years... hmm...


MadDScout says to subgirl(7:28 PM):
(handshake)

subgirl says(7:28 PM):
I love electricity articles!! (handshake)

subgirl says to MadDScout(7:29 PM):
thank you

SRW says to 1bobby(7:29 PM):
To many of us this article has very little meaning.. Can you imagine being without electricity for three years. I think this is really a fantastic article..

jeffusa says to subgirl(7:29 PM):
do they shock you?

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:29 PM):
Scuttlebutt is they have 7% left to go to be done with Mosul(depending who you read)

subgirl says to jeffusa(7:29 PM):
yep lol

ABNewsflash says(7:29 PM):
i was thinking the same< i couldnt imagine without power for a day

MadDScout says to SRW(7:29 PM):
Thats why its great


1bobby says to SRW(7:29 PM):
I was without electricity for 3 days during Ike. I cried 2 of those days. This is amazing progress

MadDScout says to SRW(7:30 PM):
after having followed the plight of the family "on the ground"

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:30 PM):
LOL


1bobby says to SRW(7:30 PM):
And also think of what the UN and World Bank said about providing services


subgirl says to 1bobby(7:30 PM):
LOL

subgirl says to 1bobby(7:31 PM):
very exciting!!!

1bobby says to subgirl(7:31 PM):
So exciting it's hard to contain


subgirl says to 1bobby(7:31 PM):
yes it is...

MadDScout says(7:32 PM):
Any comments or ??'s

suprkat says(7:32 PM):
Comment

1bobby says to suprkat(7:32 PM):
go for it


suprkat says(7:32 PM):
Nice to be a participant tonight - great job!!

1bobby says to suprkat(7:33 PM):
Slacker lol

1bobby says to suprkat(7:33 PM):
we miss ya


MadDScout says to suprkat(7:33 PM):
(handshake)

suprkat says(7:33 PM):
BLAHAHA!

MadDScout says(7:33 PM):
We thank you all so much for having hung in there with us We are glad to have each and everyone of you.

ABNewsflash says to Okie Dinar(7:33 PM):
Thank You for Copy
,

MadDScout says(7:33 PM):
Don't forget to thank a "mod"

Okie Dinar says(7:33 PM):
You're welcome

Okie Dinar says(7:33 PM):
Thank you all for a great newstime!!

MadDScout says(7:34 PM):
This would not be the premier news source it is without them


subgirl says to 1bobby(7:34 PM):
yes!!! for sure news is going crazy!!

Baxter1243 says(7:34 PM):
Thx Madscout and crew.... great newstime... (y)

Paul Mc. says(7:34 PM):
Thanks to everyone that makes all this happen. You are a tremendous resource!

1bobby says(7:34 PM):
And come over and visit us on Facebook


SRW says to MadDScout(7:34 PM):
Great job.. Enjoy the news all of you bring in.. Thankyou..

subgirl says to 1bobby(7:34 PM):
thank you all tonight for a great newstime!!

MadDScout says to Baxter1243(7:34 PM):
My pleasure

1bobby says(7:34 PM):
Kathy bites byt Pat's nice

MadDScout says to SRW(7:35 PM):
You are welcome


1bobby says(7:35 PM):
but grrrrr


MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:35 PM):
LOL

subgirl says to 1bobby(7:35 PM):
lol

MadDScout says to subgirl(7:35 PM):
Your welcome and thank you


subgirl says to MadDScout(7:35 PM):
your welcome

MadDScout says(7:35 PM):
Everyone have a blessed evening