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Friday, June 29, 2018

An easy way to save money on stuff you buy anyway.


We are back with another legit money saving method.  It is simple and uses tricks that online merchants like drop shippers(drop shippers are why you should be careful what you buy on Amazon and Ebay) use to widen their profit margins.  We have gathered their tricks to show you how to save money.  One of the best ideas is some of these ways can be used with coupons.  So if you coupon then this is something you need to be doing.  Check out some useful examples below.  The system integrates with your existing budget!
Imagine saving literally up to 10% shopping at Walmart buying things you need like groceries and appliances you would buy anyway. Imagine an average household spends $400 a month on groceries.  A minimum of 7% savings at Walmart just buying groceries would save you $28 a month!

Kohls I've seen over 13%.  Imagine the discounts available in store at Kohls then saving an EXTRA 13%.  The concept works at tons of different retailers from electronics to power tool stores.

It is completely possible for both examples and many more with just a few simple steps. You dont have to do all of them.  You can do each on its own in whatever combination you are comfortable or combine them together for double digit saving percentages.  We are interested to see how high your percentages go.  Be sure to drop a post on the FB page.

For a simple example we are going to use Walmart buying groceries which is easily the best application for this system.


CASH BACK CREDIT CARDS

The first step that everyone should be doing is a cash back credit card.  People have a unhealthy fear of credit cards.  If used properly you can get 1% cash back from things like rent, power, water, phone, cable, ect. If you pay those mandatory bills with credit cards then you are looking at a free 1%.  This is a simple and easy step. You use the card to pay for everything you would pay for directly out of your bank account, you have a transaction protection and 1% back in your pocket. You pay the credit card balance at the end of the month, and you dont pay interest. It is super easy and super effective. We are not going to recommend any particular cards most banks have options and in today's market they are pretty straight forward and have no annual fees.
So we are saving 1% on all our groceries at Walmart. What else can we do?


GIFT CARDS

I know. How will a gift card save me money on groceries.  Easy a website called Gift Card Granny(Using this link will give XcerptShow.com readers(you) 100 points to start off). Do yourself a favor and click that link and take(literally) 2 minutes to sign up and verify your email.  You dont have to add a credit card at this point, but you will be when you see how it works.  GCG sells gift cards of varying amounts for between 1-25% off.  The question is how? 
Sometimes people need cash and get gift cards as gifts or prizes(companies love to give away gift cards).  People sell gift cards to this site and the site resells the cards to you.  You will often times see pawn shops doing the same thing.  It is easy money for them.  
The various stores have differing rates. Currently Walmart is 4%, Kohls is 12%, Home Depot(remodel?) is 3% Target is 9% and Dunkin Donuts was 22%! 
Remember you are going to use your cash back credit card to buy the gift cards and that is going to add 1% as well.  Not only that, but GCG has a rewards program that gives you point towards free gift cards. The more you buy the more you save!  The best part is these are products you are going to buy anyway. You dont have to make a special budget to buy food.  Food is naturally built into budgets. 
So we got 1% from the cash back credit card + 4% for Walmart gift cards(in store) and gaining points for each dollar spent at GCG.  What else can we do?

REFERRAL SITES

There are many sites like this but the best is a website called SwagBucks(Using this link will give XcerptShow.com readers(you) free points to start off!) that gives up to 4% cash back just for shopping thru their portal at Walmart(as an example) which they have exclusively at the moment.  And remember we are just buying groceries. What about when you have to buy other things at Walmart?  The savings just keep stacking up.
So we got 1% from the cash back credit card + 4% for Walmart gift cards and gaining points for each dollar spent at SB. AND an additional 2%(or 4% if you buy a lot and decide to upgrade).
There we have a total of  7% saved on groceries at Walmart. With our first example of $400 per month that is $28 per month saved.  Imagine Christmas shopping, clothes at Kohls, tools at Home Depot and other places you spend money. Plus I have a bonus tip below!

BONUS: LINK SITES

If you have checked out one of our previous posts you will see referral sites used to generate completely FREE gift cards based on watching ads or using a browsing service.  If you want to know more about that click the link above.  Also, the links provided in that article will give you bonus points.  Sign up now, thank me later.  You can do that by itself. It is a slow process, but it definitely works.  I have been doing it for MANY years and it works great. I can make about $25-30 a month just using the website without making any purchases.

For an extra bonus, If you start using Walmart Grocery you can get $10 off of your first order.

Thanks for checking the article out.  Get out there and start saving!

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Greatest Counter Terrorism Raid Documentaries

Terrorism has been around for some time.  Governments are becoming more and more scared to deal with terrorism as they should and used to.  Here is a list of some documentaries that show how governments put and end to these terrorist demands once and for all.
Documentaries are on YouTube and I included links to movies if they are worth watching. Movies links have trailers you can watch as well.
The more recent ones have actual footage from news stations and even helmet cams of operators.

Operation Nimrod

1980
Location: England
CTU:SAS
Terrorist: Iran(Islamic)

A really good movie based on Operation Nimrod is 6 Days.

Air France Flight 8969

1994
Location: France
CTU: GIGN
Terrorist: Algeria(Islamic)


A good movie based on Air France Flight 8969 was The Assault

Operation Thunderbolt

1976
Location: Uganda
CTU: IDF
Terrorist: Palestine/ Uganda (Islamic)




Lufthansa Flight 181

1977
Location: Somalia
CTU: GSG9
Terrorist: Somali

Movie action


Operation Dawn 

2011
Location: Ship in Gulf of Aden
CTU: ROK SWF
Terrorist: Somali

Not a documentary, but a CNN breakdown and ACTUAL helmet cam footage of the taking of the ship.





Moscow Theater Siege

2002
Location: Russia
CTU: Spetsnaz
Terrorists: Chechen(Islamic)





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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Who are Thatcher and Sledge on Rainbow Six Siege?


The recent addition of Thatchers elite skin has confirmed suspicions of where Thatcher came from and further research has a reference to Sledge. The new Thatcher elite skin is called Operation Nimrod.  If you dont know what Operation Nimrod is then you have to watch the movie called 6 Days . Operation Nimrod was considered one of the most successful counter-terrorism operations to date.  The movie is really good. Not only does the name of the skin give us a clue, but Thatchers uncovered face shows us some unique facial hair.

Six Days isn't just a movie; it was based on an event in the 1980's.  The event is spelled out in a documentary by National Geographic embedded below. Remember that unique facial hair mentioned above? Thatcher makes his way into the documentary not as a reenactor, but as a participant telling about his experience during Operation Nimrod.  Thatcher or John McAleese makes his first appearance in the documentary at 16:05. You can jump ahead and check out the resemblance, but I encourage you to watch the full video.  It is really interesting.


But what about Sledge. An actual sledgehammer was used on the back side of the building to make entry when they were unable to use shaped charges.  Why were they unable to blow the window.  It is best seen in the movie.  The crew in the rear had a difficult time making entry.  The man wielding the sledgehammer was named Bob.

Other references to Operation Nimrod:
The embassy balcony that is assaulted looks a lot like the balcony on the embassy map in R6.
Thatchers original outfit has a 1980's style look to it.  It looks just like the accurate period gear in 6 Days.
Thatcher gets his name from Margaret Thatcher who was the Prime Minister of England at the time of Operation Nimrod.
Thatchers bio indicates that he took part in Operation Nimrod.


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Learn about the real life Valkyrie and BlackBeard.
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Real Life Counter-Terrorism Operations

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The worlds most mysterious ancient books documentary collection

We have compiled a list of the most mysterious books known in the world today.  With each book we have included legitimate documentaries that will tell you about them if you have not heard of them. We have tried to include legitimate sources or well produced videos.  Even if you know what you are searching for, filtering out all the bizarre ideas and thoughts of any weirdo with a webcam can be annoying.
The books may be significant or just curiosities. Regardless, learning about them and the history surrounding them is interesting. This is a convenient list of the books and documentaries listed by producer.
**All links link to YouTube.




Voynich Manuscript
"The Voynich manuscript is an illustrated codex hand-written in an unknown writing system. The vellum on which it is written has been carbon-dated to the early 15th century (1404–1438), and it may have been composed in Northern Italy during the Italian Renaissance. The manuscript is named after Wilfrid Voynich, a Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912." -Wikipedia

Videos by:
BBC
National Geographic
Voynich Code - The Worlds Most Mysterious Manuscript (Unknown, but well made)



Codex Gigas or Devils Bible
"The Codex Gigas is the largest extant medieval illuminated manuscript in the world, at 92 cm (36 in) long. It is also known as the Devil's Bible because of a very unusual full-page portrait of the devil, and the legend surrounding its creation." -Wikipedia

Videos by:
National Geographic Version 1
National Geographic Version 2 (most recent)







Book of Enoch
"The Book of Enoch is an ancient Jewish religious work, ascribed by tradition to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah. The older sections (mainly in the Book of the Watchers) of the text are estimated to date from about 300 BC, and the latest part (Book of Parables) probably to the first century BC." -Wikipedia

Videos by:
History Channel






Zohar
"The Zohar is the foundational work in the literature of Jewish mystical thought known as Kabbalah. It is a group of books including commentary on the mystical aspects of the Torah (the five books of Moses) and scriptural interpretations as well as material on mysticism, mythical cosmogony, and mystical psychology. The Zohar contains discussions of the nature of God, the origin and structure of the universe, the nature of souls, redemption, the relationship of Ego to Darkness and "true self" to "The Light of God", and the relationship between the "universal energy" and man. Its scriptural exegesis can be considered an esoteric form of the Rabbinic literature known as Midrash, which elaborates on the Torah." -Wikipedia

Videos by:
History Channel




Nag Hammadi Library
"The Nag Hammadi library is a collection of early Christian and Gnostic texts discovered near the Upper Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi in 1945." -Wikipedia

Videos by:
Science Channel









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