The Chance For Rugpulls Might Grow As We Get Closer To Regulation.

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Scam Alert written on multiple road sign

As we get closer to the beginning of the US banking system accepting cryptocurrency, we may see more rug pulls regarding memes. The latest rug pull is TZKI which is a coin I invested in nearly a week ago. Soon after I invested, the project team decided to launch another coin. At this point, red flags should have been going off. I quickly reduced my tokens and invested in other projects.

My husband and I were in San Antonio for the majority of today doing mom and dad stuff! After we returned home, I checked our market, and I noticed TZKI was down 85%, if not more. After looking on the homepage of the exchange we used to purchase TZKI, I learned that they had disabled trading. So, I went to Twitter, and apparently, the TZKI coin rug pulled!
I am not surprised because it didn’t make sense to add another coin so soon unless they were trying to make money quickly.

I have decided to add to the ten cryptocurrencies I have right now, and shortly, I will be staying away from any new memes. TZKI marks the second popular rug pull in about two months. Right now, I want to work on getting my XRP bag to a healthy level, so extra money will be going that way! I still have my SHIBA INU and other alts.

I feel bad for some of the people who invested large amounts in TZKI, but the listing of the second coin at the same price should have resulted in a big caution sign. I still have my reservations about some of the other projects, but it isn’t my job to tell you what to buy or not to buy. I have no issues telling you about what I’m doing, but you have to make financial decisions on your own.

ALWAYS check your currency, do 24-hour checks, weekly checks, and anything else to see if something has come up. One Twitter account stated that the issue with TZKI was that everything sounded right. They knew what to say and how to say it! This is true, but there was something they couldn’t fluff up, and that was the pace. They were trying to move much too fast for someone who wanted to make a lasting impression on the crypto world. So, be careful when you are investing and do not let your guard down. You will see more situations like this in the near future. They know their time is limited and they will try to scam as many people as possible. Now might be a great time to be extra careful.

As always, I am not a financial advisor.

Summer School My Way

My children can’t go to summer school, so I will bring it to them this year. It appears that both of my children have inherited my husband’s disdain for history. I happen to love history, life science, social science, and even managed to take extra classes in those areas in college. So, it is safe to say we will start today with a lesson on how it all started.

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This morning we will start off talking about Pangaea, Continental Drift theory, Southern/Northern Hemisphere and how we all started. If you are wondering how and why we decided that our children needed this lesson, it is because one of our lovely children thought California was in Texas. It really was a wtf moment. We have helped with history homework in the past, but for some reason that lack of knowledge never came to surface.

After we made it to the store, my husband politely asked me if I would teach our children this summer exclusively over the subjects they seem to be low in, and of course, I was delighted. This morning I will work on my lesson plan, and try to help the girls better understand the world as we know it. I knew those classes would matter one day!

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I have science and history covered. However, I need help with drama. Both girls are in theater and both are on the fence about their drama classes. I would like to do something for them to help them gain more confidence in reading plays and memorizing them. Does anyone know of a good method for studying drama?

Road Map To My 22nd Anniversary

  1. Year One- Sex wasn’t the answer to all things.-Killeen, Texas.
  2. Year Two- Setting the alarm 30 minutes early was the key. Killeen, Texas.
  3. Year Three- My husband was a wonderful father. Fort Irwin, California.
  4. Year Four- Being pregnant sucks! Fort Irwin, California.
  5. Year Five- Living in a different country is easy when you are with your husband. Baumholder, Germany.
  6. Year Six- Nothing like the absence of your husband at your mother’s funeral because of war. Garland, Texas.
  7. Year Seven- Taking down welcome home signs after you learn your husband’s unit will be the first to stay beyond the allotted time in a war zone. Baumholder, Germany
  8. Year Eight- The only way to get out of the vasectomy after this pregnancy is over my dead body. Baumholder, Germany.
  9. Year Nine- Admitting that I didn’t know all I thought I knew about marriage. Savannah, GA.
  10. Year Ten- Dealing with addiction and remorse. Savannah, GA.
  11. Year Eleven- Talking to divorce lawyers because some situations are just too hard to deal with. Garland, Texas
  12. Year Twelve- Having to look my husband in the face and deal with our demons without being able to walk away. Clarksville, Tennessee
  13. Year Thirteen- Starting over. El Paso, Texas
  14. Year Fourteen- Being there through a tough surgery. El Paso, Texas.
  15. Year fifteen- Finally figuring out the Army was more of a hindrance to our family. El Paso, Texas
  16. Year Sixteen- Living with family members suck more than you know. Garland, Texas
  17. Year Seventeen- Nothing like being back on your own. Garland, Texas
  18. Year Eighteen- Transitioning from parents of young kids to parents of children old enough to date. Garland, Texas
  19. Year Nineteen- Being thankful that my husband was able to be there with me through my father’s death. Garland, Texas
  20. Year twenty- Finding my own calling is the key to my happiness. Garland, Texas
  21. Year twenty-One- Making sure we never forget those special nights. Garland, Texas
  22. Year Twenty-Two- Understand that life doesn’t last forever, so enjoy each other while you can. Somewhere in Texas!
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