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Breaking the Bank By Don Edmundson
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Michael Banner had a very bad gambling addiction and he owed his family and friends, but not nearly as much as he owed Rollo Bigelow, the loan-shark that he borrowed money from, to pay off a large... More > gambling debt. When Michael couldn’t pay, Rollo’s men took Michael into the desert, beat him up, and then left him for dead. When he awoke, he felt that he was in a climate-controlled place and lying on a comfortable bed. as he tried to sit up, he a bald-headed man entering the small room. He spoke in a strange language and was dressed in sandals and a toga. Michael learned that his savior was the leader of a nomadic alien race who fled their home world and were looking for a new world to make their home. Tyver informed Michael that there were over 4,000 men, women, and children. He told Tyver of the fears and resentment of the human race towards the unknown; especially of extraterrestrials. Michael recommended that they acquire large sums of cash to purchase land so they visit Los Vegas.< Less
Bank Night Deluxe By Ken Dyne
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6 Envelopes. 1 Contains a cash prize. 5 Spectators try to win the money by freely and fairly choosing an envelope each. No matter how hard they try, you always end up holding the money. The problem... More > in past presentations of this routine is that the performer leaves the audience feeling like losers as they dont win the money. The presentation I offer here gets over that. What's more they actually see you putting the cash in to the envelopes, there are no thumb tips, nail writers or strange selection processes. PLUS FREE BONUS ROUTINE Gift Wrapped: 5 coloured gift bags. 1 contains something of value. Volunteers freely name any of the bags to eliminate until one remains. Of course they have left you with the ONE containing something so valuable that you cant do your show without it!< Less
The Bank House Book By Jeremy White
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In 1968, Sue and David’s Dad, an architect and developer, has bought an old, and very large, house outside Stockport, which he wants to knock down to make way for a new housing estate. In the... More > meantime the family have moved in. They discover that two young sisters disappeared from the house shortly after the second world war. They also learn that their Dad bought the house from the mother of the lost girls. They realise that once the house has been demolished, and the site developed by their father, that all trace of the missing girls will be lost forever. They resolve to solve the mystery of the girls’ disappearance, using an old book that they have found left behind in the house. They start to follow in the footsteps of the lost girls. Their decision and discovery of the facts about the lost sisters, affects their lives forever.< Less
Lloyd's Banking Group in London By Richard Lighthouse
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Lloyd's Banking Group is the largest corporation in the world, according to Yahoo Industry Financials, with a global market capitalization exceeding $2.4 Quadrillion USD. This is the total market... More > capitalization of the stocks listed as LLD2, LLD5, LLD6, and LLD7. In fact, it is larger than all other banks in the world combined. Think about that because it bears repeating – One bank in London has more assets than all other banks in the world put together. It is at least 100 times larger than the next largest bank – JPMorganChase. $2.4 Quadrillion dollars is enough money to give every man, woman, and child on our planet, about $324,000.00 each. And still have money left over. That's enough money to solve global hunger. That's enough money to cure every disease. That's enough to provide good housing for everyone on the planet. And this is all held in one bank in London. So why is the London Stock Exchange trying to hide the value of these bank stocks?< Less
Romance The Susan Bradford Story By Dave Bankes
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After another Summer wasted, with “Mr. Right,” Susan Bradford finds herself alone again. Her Nana Nikki tried to warn her. Though, her heart longed to be satisfied, she always seemed to... More > end up being “Miss Left.” She'd always end up saying the same thing, “I should have listened Nana!” Nana Nikki had been telling her for years, “Listen to your heart, it knows what it wants!” But, as usual, Susan let her eyes pick “Mr. Right,” over “Mr. Perfect.” And once again, while “Mr. Right” spent the Summer with Susan, “Mr. Perfect” spent the Summer alone.< Less
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Arnold Leaps Sideways By Norman Bank
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In this exciting sequel to Arnold the Fearless, our hero is no longer a wimp. Using his newfound physical and mental powers, he invents an interdimension travel machine in order to visit dimensions... More > other than the three most of us encounter everyday. Together with his good friend, Pudge, and Doc Walker, a wacky physicist, they slip sideways into parallel dimensions until ending up in the sixth. There, they find two extremely different countries, populated by different civilizations: a military dictatorship ruled by cruel mutated bird men, and a community of intellectually advanced, happy Neanderthals that had left our three-dimension world thousands of years ago. Since the story requiries a working knowledge of the Super String Theory, the DNA code, Einstein's hypothesis suggesting that TIME is actually the fourth dimension, and an interest in the Big Bang, we recommend this book only to the most intellectually gifted COOL KIDS. Others could give it a try, but we guarantee nothing.< Less
Arnold Leaps Sideways By Norman Bank
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In this exciting sequel to Arnold the Fearless, our hero is no longer a wimp. Using his newfound physical and mental powers, he invents an interdimension travel machine in order to visit dimensions... More > other than the three most of us encounter everyday. Together with his good friend, Pudge, and Doc Walker, a wacky physicist, they slip sideways into parallel dimensions until ending up in the sixth. There, they find two extremely different countries, populated by different civilizations: a military dictatorship ruled by cruel mutated bird men, and a community of intellectually advanced, happy Neanderthals that had left our three-dimension world thousands of years ago. Since the story requiries a working knowledge of the Super String Theory, the DNA code, Einstein's hypothesis suggesting that TIME is actually the fourth dimension, and an interest in the Big Bang, we recommend this book only to the most intellectually gifted COOL KIDS. Others could give it a try, but we guarantee nothing.< Less
Cabrera Frenzy By John Banks Lindstrom
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After 25 years of miserable marriage Eric the electrician leaves. His wife Sarah and control freak mother-in-law look out to sea wondering where he had disappeared too. Perplexed and bewildered they... More > return home to find ‘the note’ saying he had left for good. Their cook, waiter, cleaner, gardener, decorator, taxi driver, and bread winner had gone forever. From now on they would have to fend for themselves. Maude, the mother-in-law from hell, took it badly. She notified the police he had run off with all her money and filed a claim for insurance, saying he was dead or missing, perhaps both, and it was her boat he had stolen. However, Eric tempts Sarah to join him in his new life and to make babies. You cannot get a happier ending than that.< Less
Bowman Offshore Bank Transfers: Want to Put Money in an Offshore Account? Here's What You Need to Know By Sharla Murley
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Stashing money in a Swiss bank account sounds like something best left to corrupt corporations and villains in espionage novels. "In the movies, it's always portrayed as a shady thing,"... More > says Scott Sargent, an attorney with legal firm Baker Donelson in Birmingham, Alabama. However, the reality is there isn't anything illegal about banking in a foreign country. What's more, there are many good reasons why someone would want to put money into an offshore account, including added convenience while traveling and a broader diversification of assets. Still, there's always the risk of currency devaluations – and the IRS has additional reporting requirements for money in foreign accounts.< Less

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