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  1. a few doors away from said des res is house which had been converted into sucessful small restauraunt so sucessful that owner bought next door to enable him to extend planners said no no no at near peak of bubble sold to developer and bought large country house which had been resturantised you guessed it developer tits up 2 bubble eyesores a few doors away from the picturesque des res planners aint worth the bullet! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kD8sxIjVuc&feature=fvsr rock on!
  2. if yur council environmental health officer declares a house unfit for habitation (dont have to be a wreck to qualify for this accolade) i would suspect sammy or lpa would find it difficult to argue otherwise and collect their pound of flesh rock on!
  3. now heres a funny wee thing or two those who rubber stamped this got very irate when " terrorists" were using the semtex solution on similar buildings and those semtex administers now want to preserve said victorian pile ah were living in a new era rock on!
  4. living in a planning nightmare? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-15414964 rock on!
  5. as you can see both sides do you consider it would be better for the local community if one supported local retailers who will invariably recycle most if not all of their profits back into the local community? or support the multinational who takes their profits and runs to their favourite tax haven? rock on!
  6. can you rent a bmw with free insurance and tax for less? did you take your tablet today? rock on!
  7. ah the aul shoot the messenger tactic when we dont like the facts rock on!
  8. can you feel them founds shake? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9P_BM58A18 rock on!
  9. oh dear like to comment on this wee article from the mainland http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2005576/Taxpayer-funded-BMWs-given-disabled-driven-friends-family-flagrant-abuse-system.html and if they had come to the province i could have shown them not 1 but 2 of the above parked outside some local houses! rock on!
  10. ah if you only had big mama t you dont need no houndog! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XUAg1_A7IE rock on!
  11. = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJEySrDerj0 rock on!
  12. PP how are you protecting your physical? you might want to take a leaf out of this lads book! http://www.independent.ie/national-news/shops-shock-tactics-fail-to-halt-revellers-in-midflow-1927525.html you certainly dont want to be taking the proverbial with his mailbox! it may not be pc but for the http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uXu067MTqI&feature=fvst let them be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvoeeq-BH4w&feature=channel rock on!
  13. but but but are things not improving? http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/8332967.stm talking to a few local businesses today each told the same story things improving not! one local large electrical contracting outfit relatively untouched till now as they specialised in large gubbermint contracts these will last till march but no new contracts for the next financial year result 50+ sparks on the dole in april just the same old blues rock on!
  14. what can i say PP i seem to be annoying some sane normal people for which i am truely sorry ! honest really absolutely if i dont mend my ways i will be as bad as that wee red rooster http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXrwiJEj7eg AH OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! rock the feck on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  15. another classic PP what do you reckon to doctor B calling the dead cat bounce done? he certainly hit the nail calling the start feck he might be good as john henry with the hammer rock on!
  16. as you rightly say the last boom went on for longer and got larger than logic would dictate funny aul thing markets who can say that the resulting crash wont exhitibit the same attributes? rock on!
  17. keep up the good work doccy you never know what next will appear out of the long unkempt grass growing around the non selling mcmansions! http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20091028/tod-two-headed-snake-found-in-drawer-of-870a197.html rock on!
  18. guilty as charged but why does someone as sane as your goodself attend the rock on!!!!!
  19. just as an aside was in a local premix plant today a row of mixers all parked in a row chassis gone back to the leasing company a plant that was working 7 days a week 2 years ago now have bother finding enough orders to open 1! try telling them about green shoots! to say they have been http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvoeeq-BH4w&feature=channel would be a large understatment! rock on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  20. raises an interesting question or two just how many irish bullocks does one of these cost? is the exchange rate moving in michaels favour? and has airbus a no bull policy? are they ACDC disciples? rock on!
  21. i would have thought the answer was blindingly obvious! affordability low average wage here cannot afford to pay top dollar english prices! rock on!
  22. morgan kelly on NAMA The proposed National Asset Management Agency (Nama) will fail in its bid to create healthy banks even if it works exactly as the Department of Finance anticipates, UCD economist Morgan Kelly told an economic conference in Kenmare, Co Kerry, today. Mr Kelly said that even if the default rate on the €77 billion in loans being transferred to the Government's planned "bad bank" was 20 per cent or less and the long-term value of the assets was 70 per cent of the size of the loans, as envisaged by the Department, Nama would not succeed. "Nama has turned from a recapitalisation into a partial and inadequate liquidity support," he said, speaking at the Dublin Economic Workshop's annual conference. "Nama was supposed to be revitalising the banking system. We were putting a lot of money in, admittedly, but the banks were supposed to be able to stand on their own after a couple of years. These guys would be fit as fleas, they'd be off the ventilators. But even if Nama goes through perfectly, the banks are going to have huge outstanding borrowings which they really have no chance of repaying on their own." Mr Kelly the banks would need ongoing state support and "forbearance" from the European Central Bank (ECB). The economist said the assumptions in the Government's draft business plan for Nama, which was published on Wednesday, were all "at the extreme upper tail of optimism", which posed additional risk. "When you have every assumption like that, you no longer have a forecast, you have a fantasy." http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/1017/breaking22.html rock on!
  23. will this judge be quoted in the bel tel? A HIGH Court judge has said he is dealing “on a daily basis” with cases illustrating falls in property values of between 70-80 per cent. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2009/1020/1224257057380.html rock on
  24. it will make a profit honest http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8308366.stm Irish bad bank 'will make profit' The Irish government has claimed its so-called "bad bank" will ultimately make a 5bn euro profit. The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is being set up to buy and manage property loans held by the country's financial institutions. Finance Minister Brian Lenihan said just 20% of Nama loans would default. Opposition parties have poured scorn on the suggestion, saying the business plan unveiled by Mr Lenihan provided no evidence for the assertion. Richard Bruton, finance spokesman for the opposition Fine Gael party said only those who believed in "the tooth fairy, the Loch Ness monster and the Easter Bunny would believe the figures." The exchanges took place in the Irish parliament on Wednesday night as legislation setting up Nama passed its first hurdle. Nama will pay 54bn euros - in government bonds that can be cashed with the European Central Bank - for commercial property loans with a notional book value of 77 billion euros. British The aim of Nama is to remove bad or impaired assets from the banks' balance sheets, and allow them to start lending again and get credit flowing to businesses and home buyers. It is also hoped that it will enhance Ireland's international credit rating. Mr Lenihan's plan assumes Nama's 54bn euro debt will fall by 6.5bn euros per year from 2013 onwards, until Nama's wind-up in 2020. It was also revealed that Irish officials are in talks with British authorities about the impact of Nama on the Irish units of UK banks and on the UK property market. Around 22bn euros of the assets being taken over by Nama are in the UK, mainly in London and in Northern Ireland so from 2013 they will be able to sell off 6.5 billon of property a year? nae bother! rock on!
  25. done and dusted http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/supreme-court-issues-last-rites-to-zoe-group-1914177.html why so little in the medja ? rock on!
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