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Veterans Eligible for Free Tickets to SeaWorld, Busch Gardens. Available for a Limited Time

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens is giving Veterans and their families and friends the opportunity to visit some of its parks for free. Veterans can register to receive up to four one-day tickets, one ticket for a Veteran and three of their guests to several SeaWorld and Busch Garden parks, including SeaWorld Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego. Offer is only available for a limited time. See website for more details.

https://seaworldentertainment.com/programs/waves-of-honor/?tab=veterans

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What's your take on Juan O Savin, Q-anon and the YouTube gang. My feelings are expressed at http://www.paulstramer.net/2023/05/message-to-juan-osavin-and-people-who.html

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That man was cussing on YouTube like a drunken sailor outpouring F-words until I gave him a piece of my mind which was based on the impression he was giving to the public. The pool-room language was really getting out of hand. For one who was bragging about being awake it was obvious he was still deeply asleep while he left himself open to harsher judgment than he probably deserved. It appeared he got up and brushed himself off, impressing folks of spiritual persuasion with his untiring knowledge of scripture and the old testament. I believe today we still don't know just like many in the forefront, whose side he is really on. I'm thinking he's on the side of what makes money for him.
It was pretty much because of he and his youtube type I stopped playing the MAGA Q-anon game and moved back into reality.

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CBDC Reset... here ya go USA. See the attached.

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The collapse in Treasury bonds now ranks among the worst market crashes in history

The bond market has been suffering as yields continue to climb. The 30-year Treasury surpassed 5% for the first time in decades, with experts seeing a similar path ahead for the 10-year note. 
  • Since March 2020, Treasury bonds with maturities of 10 years or more have plummeted 46%, Bloomberg says.
  • That's just under losses seen in the stock market when the dot-com bubble burst. 
  • The bond rout is worse than the one seen in 1981 when the 10-year yield neared 16%.

Losses on Treasury bond with maturities of 10 years or more had notched 46% since March 2020, while the 30-year bond had plunged 53%. 

Those losses are nearly in line with stock-market losses seen during the worst crashes of recent history — when equities slumped 49% after the dot-com bubble burst and 57% in the aftermath of 2008.

Compared with previous bond-market meltdowns, long-term Treasurys are seeing one of the most extreme undoings in history. The losses are over twice as big as those seen in 1981 when 10-year yields neared 16%.

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