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bubbleturbo

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  1. GettingBored, just stumbled upon this but not had the time to get properly up to speed with the thread. Get enough from what I have seen scanning this page to know I have to come back and check it out.
  2. Happy to see others share my own sentiments for this Arpiggio ars3 clown. Happy Friday all you normal, good people.
  3. Surprised there is nothing on from you clever people about what is clearly rather concerning developments: https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-eu-introduces-controls-on-vaccine-exports-to-northern-ireland-12202656 https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-france-to-close-borders-to-all-countries-outside-the-european-union-12202746
  4. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13747088/stamp-duty-holiday-extension-rishi-sunak-march/#comments This time, this sucker really IS going down everyone.
  5. Cant believe this has not been posted on this thread: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13747088/stamp-duty-holiday-extension-rishi-sunak-march/ This is very big news. Anyone remembers the 80s HPC knows about MIRAS and how the deadline was a significant factor in crashing the market.
  6. Murdoch found out Tony B Liar was smashing up his Bangkok chickboy Mrs. Being Cuckolded by him must take some getting over.
  7. When since 2004 have we had an event with such magnitude and devastating economic impacts? It is Wil-E-Coyote.
  8. Excellent post. Best analogy I have read on here for a very long time. Well done sir!
  9. Not an acronym but an old favourite here: TIIMMMBBEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
  10. Excellent post. As you say, in 2008, rates went from 6% to zero. House prices came down a bit and the market stalled, but then various schemes got it moving again. This time, rates were low anyway so reductions are not going to make such a difference. Also, people are so over extended with credit cards, two German cars on finance, etc, etc, they don't have much or anything in the way of contingency or rainy day funds. The wrecking ball of unemployment which is coming down the tracks in a couple of months is going to mean many overextended people are very suddenly in financial tr
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