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To Southeast Asians & Native Indian People of the Americas...

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Last Edited: March 26, 2010, 1:56 am

i want to apologize, i didnt know what: SouthEast Asians, and East Asians and West Asians were...I thought Asians reffered to East and South East Asians...The term is becoming wider...

You need to create: the State of Virginia Cash5 game in your respective countries...Please...Have all 3 options the: 25 cents, 50 cents & $1 dollar option....South Korea you need this also (i am looking at your country not your features)....

And you need to have 1 for SouthEast, East and Native Indian women...YOu need to...You are having 2, 1 for the general public and one for WOMEN...SouthEast, East and Native Indian women...

Dude gather money gather in large groups collect i dont know: $10 a month for 2 years...And with the money, BRIBE the government into creating a VA cash5 game....Make it more interesting, create a: Pick5/34 Virginia Cash5 but with 1 bonus ball from: 1-4....You also need to have a: NATIONAL PICK3 but where people can choose their own numbers just like they do in the USA....Listen that Virginia Cash5 with time with a couple of decades it will become the second stock market of your country...Imagine now when it has: 500 years...

This made me think of the following, i had mentioned it but dont know if i mentioned it here in LP...What if a person has to go to sort of a Landlord (not really a landlord just a title) who has money sort of like a magic gene and suppose you dont have money and are out of work but you need something, let´s say you need a scientific calculator and you have a family you could sort of work for that calculator of course you will work slightly more than what the scientific calculator is worth but it sort of make the person with lots of money HAVE A COMPANY, part time company but still he has a part time company and they do whatever he needs...Dude people act in roles or offer themselves freely for a movie role...Why not use this...Call them the favors company....And you know who they could work for like that?? The elderly....Well the head of household might be working already but his grown up kids he can send them so they work for something the family needs or can send the wife....You know where you could also do this???With cars getting fix families´s car usually get broken all the time and they dont have money to pay for it...It will mean that the wife or kids will work for double the price of the car repair, i dont know, cook for someone, babysit, whatever get the idea....And it doesnt have to be the landlord with money who they have to work for it can be working for someone the landlord knows...You know cleaning someone´s swimming pool, or cleaning a house for 1 month, or do some calculations, or repairs, etc...Whatever the landlord or someone the Landlord knows needs...You will have to adopt this method eventually because the population is growing poverty expands, not everyone can get a job, etc....the nephew of the landlord doesnt understand something in math and you want 4 hand creams and you know some math, well there you go....I call this the Favors Trading company...

you CANT AFFORD 4 hand creams you dont have a job, to a rich person 4 hand creams is nothing...it doesnt have to be between someone very poor and a wealthy landlord, it can be between groups of people, they can pool together suppose there is 4 neighboors and all 4 need things and you out of work but you need 4 hand creams....If they pool together each one will had only spend: $5 but you volunteer 2 hours each of the 4 and you got your handcream....They only spent 5 dollars...And the 4 neighboors can trade between each other and decide for who of the 4 you will work for....And they only spend: $5 or $1 i think a hand cream cost: $5....Anyway you get the idea...Dude what do you THINK COUNTRIES DO...You think that 1 country can abastecer its citizens...I think not....

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