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74                                                <p style="color: #2f2f2f; font-size: 17px; line-height: 26px; margin: 0;">Fellow Investor,<br />
75                                                <br />
76                                                Over 43 years ago, I made a solemn vow.<br />
77                                                <br />
78                                                My mission and that of Weiss Ratings is to help Americans steer clear of bad investments, faltering companies, and unforeseen downturns.<br />
79                                                <br />
80                                                <b>Which is why I am writing to you today. </b><br />
81                                                <br />
82                                                Because my research indicates that <a href="http://savagee.us/MKioH2b2KN9RtdXE0n1PuqKpP32UyjaFW5u0SwFddXKQ-ojMng" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>an economic collapse is coming,</b></a> the likes of which we have never seen before.<br />
83                                                <br />
84                                                The recent market crash was just the beginning.<br />
85                                                <br />
86                                                <b>The economic lockdown made things worse. </b><br />
87                                                <br />
88                                                And the civil unrest has only added fuel to the fire.<br />
89                                                <br />
90                                                When it hits, the most vulnerable investments in your portfolio will drop in value like lead balloons.<br />
91                                                <br />
92                                                Wall Street pushes these investments on the unwary.<br />
93                                                <br />
94                                                But they&#39;re like ticking time bombs waiting to blow up&hellip; and&hellip; when they do&hellip; your wealth could go up in flames with them.<br />
95                                                <br />
96                                                That&#39;s why I want to tell you about <a href="http://savagee.us/MKioH2b2KN9RtdXE0n1PuqKpP32UyjaFW5u0SwFddXKQ-ojMng" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>our &quot;endangered lists&quot; of stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, banks and credit unions bound to crash and burn</b></a> as this new crisis steam rolls across the economy.<br />
97                                                <br />
98                                                If you own any of these investments or have your money tied up in any of these institutions... you need to know.<br />
99                                                <br />
100                                                And you need to know&hellip; NOW!<br />
101                                                <br />
102                                                In fact, our <b>&quot;endangered lists&quot;</b> include more than&hellip;<br />
103                                                &nbsp;</p>
105                                                <ul>
106                                                        <li style=" padding-bottom:10px;font-size: 17px;line-height: 26px;">5,000 common stocks</li>
107                                                        <li style=" padding-bottom:10px;font-size: 17px;line-height: 26px;">6,000 ETFs and mutual funds</li>
108                                                        <li style=" padding-bottom:10px;font-size: 17px;line-height: 26px;">4,000 banks and credit unions</li>
109                                                </ul>
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112                                                <p style="color: #2f2f2f; font-size: 17px; line-height: 26px; margin: 0;">I&#39;m here to forewarn you before it&#39;s too late.<br />
113                                                <br />
114                                                In addition, you&#39;ll discover which investments are designed to go up as the market goes down.<br />
115                                                <br />
116                                                And I&#39;ll even share with you my <b>&quot;ultimate safe haven&quot;. </b><br />
117                                                <br />
118                                                No&hellip; it&#39;s not gold. It&#39;s even better, and you can set it up in about 10 minutes right online.<br />
119                                                <br />
120                                                It&#39;s all explained in <a href="http://savagee.us/MKioH2b2KN9RtdXE0n1PuqKpP32UyjaFW5u0SwFddXKQ-ojMng" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>this video presentation.</b></a><br />
121                                                <br />
122                                                <a href="http://savagee.us/MKioH2b2KN9RtdXE0n1PuqKpP32UyjaFW5u0SwFddXKQ-ojMng" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>Watch it now</b></a><b> and see for yourself&hellip; because&hellip; the coming collapse will happen without warning. Now is the time to prepare.<br />
123                                                <br />
124                                                Good luck and God bless!<br />
125                                                <br />
126                                                Martin D. Weiss, Founder<br />
127                                                Weiss Ratings</b><br />
128                                                &nbsp;</p>
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146<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;width:600px;height:5px;">nged males, as the chance of conception is low. Resident males may form consortships that last for days, weeks or months after copulation. Homosexual behaviour has been recorded in the context of both affiliative and aggressive interactions. A mother orangutan with her offspring Mother orangutan with young Unlike females of other great ape species, orangutans do not exhibit sexual swellings to signal fertility. The average age in which a female first gives birth is 15 years and they have a six to nine year interbirth interval, the longest among the great apes. Gestation lasts around nine months and infants weigh 1.5&ndash;2 kg (3.3&ndash;4.4 lb) at birth.:99 Usually only a single infant is born; twins are a rare occurrence. Unlike many other primates, male orangutans do not seem to practice infanticide. This may be because they cannot ensure they will sire a female&#39;s next offspring, because she does not immediately
147  begin ovulating again after her infant dies. There is evidence that females with offspring under six years old generally avoid adult males. Females do most of the caring of the young, while males play no role. A female often has an older offspring with her to help socialise the infant. Infant orangutans completely depend on their mothers for the first two years of their lives. The mother will carry the infant while travelling, and feed it and sleep with it in the same night nest.:100 For the first four months, the infant is carried on its belly and almost never without physical contact. In the following months, the time an infant spends with its mother decreases. When an orangutan reaches the age of one-and-a-half years, its climbing skills improve and it will travel through the canopy holding hands with other orangutans, a behaviour known as &quot;buddy travel&quot;. After two years of age, juvenile orangutans will begin to move away from their mothers temporarily. They reach adol
148 escence at six or seven years of age and will socialise with their peers while still having contact with their mothers.:100 Females may nurse their offspring for up to eight years. Typically, orangutans live over 30 years both in the wild and in captivity.:14 Nesting Orangutan lying on its back in a nest An orangutan lying in its nest Orangutans build nests specialised for either day or night use. These are carefully constructed; young orangutans learn from observing their mother&#39;s nest-building behaviour. In fact, nest-building ability is a leading cause for young orangutans to regularly leave their mother. From six months of age onwards, orangutans practice nest-building and gain proficiency by the time they are three years old. Construction of a night nest is done by following a sequence of steps. Initially, a suitable tree is located. Orangu</span><br />
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