Rugrats : The Bumpity Bump Bump Game

Rugrats : The Bumpity Bump Bump Game

An eighth note or a quaver is a musical note played for half the value of a quarter note and twice that of the sixteenth note, which amounts to one quarter the duration of a half note, one eighth the duration of whole note, one sixteenth the duration of a double whole note, and only thirty-second the duration of a longa, hence the name. It is the equivalent of the fusa in mensural notation.

Term For The Day

A farce is :

  1. A savory stuffing : forcemeat
  2. A comedy that aims at entertaining the audience through situations that are highly exaggerated, extravagant, and thus improbable.

To coin a phrase :

Please do not cut bag when opening


This Bag Should Be Returned To

“Whom do I bank on when dealing with Financial Panics?”

Your almost there you met me half way

Stranger came to me asking

‘Can you lend me 10 bucks ?

I lost my wallet ?’

I thought to myself how can I lend When I myself have borrowed, unless I ask for an interest in return. An interest all in the interest of the one I bank with.

“Walk down the footpath to the Interbank lending market“, said I.

“Footpath closed, use other authorized footway”, said Authority

A moneylender is a person or group who typically offers small personal loans at high rates of interest that distinct from banks and financial institutions that typically provide such loans. The high interest rates charged by them is justified in many cases by the risk involved.
Many countries have laws in place that require moneylenders to be registered, and set limits on the interest rates that may be charged. For example, in India licensed moneylenders are governed by Money Lenders Acts of respective states.

Loop hole:
It’s like taking a vacation during a PIP, if there’s no data to support the PIP, how can the PIP be valid ?
Or put a clause when on an improvement plan you can not take a vacation

From where did you borrow you asked … ohh the Feds Law
Borrowing from a Borrower

Short Term Long Term Wholesale Deposits Share Equity … The List goes on.

How to strike a balance between private interests of banks and the centralized responsibility of government?
Retail banking also known as Consumer Banking is the provision of services by a bank to individual consumers, rather than to companies, corporations or other banks.

Here’s the money lenders point of view

The Count or nobleman of the town would loan money, and those who took a loan in turn would loan money to the peasants. The middleman, was a very dangerous position. The interest rates were usurious in those times – 30% or 40% – so the peasants had a hard time paying anything back. And if the middle man didn’t collect the money, the nobleman would kill him. Therefore, the middleman  had to have a large spread in the middle in order to be able to cover his losses and still make a living.
Rothschild came up with a brilliant idea. He had five sons, so he sent each one to a different country. One went to London, one went to Paris, one went to Vienna, one went to Naples, and one stayed with him in Frankfurt. That created what we today call “international banking.” Until then, if you wanted to send money from Germany to England, how would you exchange the currency? Who in Germany trusted someone in London to do this?
Because of the trust between the brothers, the Rothschilds created an international banking system, and within a century, they were among the wealthiest families in the world, and they remained so until the Nazis confiscated everything they had. They have since rebuilt themselves, but never to what they once were, relatively speaking. But that became a new concept in the world: that you could have a banking company in Switzerland with offices in New York, London, and Paris, and everybody could do business that way, crossing international borders.
Natan Mayer Rothschild

There is a legend told that on the day of the Battle of Waterloo, Nathan Mayer Rothschild came to the floor of the London Stock Exchange, leaned against a pillar, and started selling. It was well known that the Rothschilds had their own independent sources of information and intelligence, and nobody knew the results of the battle, so when he began to sell, everyone thought that England had lost, and they began selling, too.

That forced a panic in the market. As much as 15%-20% of the value of the stocks fell in about three hours. And after they had fallen so low, Rothschild turned around and began buying. It is said that he knew all along that the Duke of Wellington had defeated Napoleon and that the British market would go up. And when the official news came the next day that the British had won, the market went up 1000 points, making Rothschild even wealthier. It is reputed that on that coup alone, a substantial amount of the Rothschild fortune was made.

Great wealth has a very positive side – charity – and the Rothschilds excelled at it.

Some one asked me where is oriental express … And what’s the difference between


And a

Money Exchangers

She Says – “What is truth? It is something you believe in, stand up for and live by.

Am blessed for having you block me.

Scorpion Stings are painful but are usually harmless and may require medical attention.

Tarantulas are not dangerous to humans, and some species have become popular in the exotic pet trade.

Try not to believe the hype of Justice League, it’s an Honour”

“Fantastic” said Rio “Happy lies in  little things … Like seeing the glass get full 😄🤗😂”

Or as I’d say Hell yeh … Copycats Improve on … Let’s sell air in human size bubbles that float you around for travel !!! 😜 improve on the idea !!! Make a da more monies !!!

Love is stronger than an argument. No need to get the UN to broker the deal. End the day with a good gesture and start a fresh tomorrow as I heard a wise leader say ❤️

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