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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Read My Lips "Ticed" The Irregular War IW

"Everybody is honest, its not about honesty, it's all about Trustworthiness"

The Great Divide Those That Produce and Those That Steal

Those That Produce Give Credit where it is due like when I write an essay or blog
Chapter 1: Texas Domestic Surveillance: If They Can They Will And They Did
by A Real Texas Cowboy

Those That Steal Leave a Linguistic Link but escape Justice that must be
 Blind as A Bat

"Texas Justice is blind to Discrimination, Human Exploitation, Torture but Not Money?"

Vaid Criminal Case Dallas OCR 06-14002

Romancing the Stone Sapphires in the Pink Cloud 

HANA Visionary must hit his head real hard in Costa Rica
Don't Drive and Read My Map At Same Time

HANA Visionary Vishal Sikka Resigns From SAP
Posted 22 hours ago by Ron Miller (@ron_miller)
According to his company biography,  Sikka also was in charge of SAP’s technology platform, cloud operations, partnerships, customer co-innovation and development, SAP Ventures, and incubation of emerging businesses. And he also was responsible for research, as well as academic and government relations.

China's 'ordinary' billionaire behind grand Nicaragua canal plan

By Matthew Miller BEIJING (Reuters) - Wang Jing, the enigmatic businessman behind Nicaragua's $50 billion Interoceanic Grand Canal, shrugs off scepticism about how a little-known entrepreneur can be driving a huge transcontinental project, insisting he's not an agent of the Beijing government

A Known to those who have access to the other side

Nearly 1,000 oz. of gold recovered from 1857 shipwreck
May 5, 2014, 12:57 PM ET
Odyssey Marine Exploration
Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc.  OMEX 0.00%  said Monday that it recovered nearly 1,000 ounces gold from its first reconnaissance dive to the SS Central America shipwreck site last month, which shipwreck hunter refers to as one of the largest documented cargoes of gold ever lost at sea.

The five gold ingots weighing a total of nearly 1,000 ounces were recovered. Just based on weight, at today’s prices  GCM4 +0.55%  of around $1,309 on Comex, they’d be worth roughly $1.3 million. Two $20 Double Eagle coins were also found.

According to an article from Bloomberg, Odyssey has said that based on certain assumptions, including that the remaining items are in the form of Double Eagle coins, there may still be $86 million of gold at the site.

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