We’re In the Window
by Dr. Dinar
Throughout the years, as we trudge along the dusty dinar trail, many catch-phrases tend to permeate throughout Dinarland. Some lasting a day or two, perhaps a week, but only a few seem to stand the test of time.
When it comes to longevity, “We’re In The Window” has to be up there among the all time Top 10.
Honestly, thinking back, I’m unable to recall a time when we weren’t “in a window” of some sort.
Even nearly a decade ago, when it was all about Maliki stealing the Prime Minister’s election, Shabibi boasting about how Iraq could support $16 dollars, Allawi continually saying the truth about the true winner would eventually come out, Talibani being rushed to the hospital for the 14th time due to a bad bout with indigestion and Sadr threatening to round up his people and riot in the streets, we still heard week after week that we were “in the window”.
After a while you begin to question whether or not people are simply confused by seeing their own reflection in the window, thinking we’re there because they’re there, or merely getting dizzy from breathing too many ammonia fumes in a room full of closed up windows.
Either way, even the Burj Khalifa, located in Dubai, which has long claimed to be the tallest building in the world at 163 floors, can only have so many windows.
Whatever the number, we surely surpassed that amount long ago.
At this point I’m fully prepared to see the Riddler show up with his signature “Riddle me this… when is a window clearly unclear?” because I can hardly wait to respond with an “Only in Dinarland!”
Yep, there’s no other place that you can have a squeaky clean, streak free window, day after day, week after week, for years and still have it clearly remain unseen.
Heck, if I’d bought a bottle of Windex each time I heard about an upcoming window of possibility, I wouldn’t need a GCR because I’d already own enough shares of Windex stock to be rich!
At some point we have to put away the squeegee, empty the bucket of dirty rumor water and just rest assured that from here on out, until we can clearly see that this thing has finally popped, we’re in one long, seemingly never-ending, continuous window.
A window that couldn’t be any cleaner, any clearer, any more streak-free and hopefully a window that won’t end up being frozen shut, covered in snow, by the time we reach the finish line.
Hang in there folks, we’re almost there.
Source: Dinar Recaps
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