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Rock-n-Roll

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  1. NO it most certainly will not! please include ALL costs or do i have to do the calcs for you? Rock on!
  2. more SQUEEZE and the party has just started! http://www.myfinances.co.uk/news/loans/pay...036;1224755.htm rock on
  3. SQEEZE and it aint the band! http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7457886.stm Rock on!
  4. sorry i cannot see how the landlord would still not be subsidising the tenant perhaps you would like to elaborate ?
  5. like to show us amateurs how they are "definitely worth it" a few simple sums should suffice
  6. pay your consultant enough and he usually tells you what you want to hear! sometimes it is better to listen to a non VI http://www.ucd.ie/economics/staff/mkelly/papers/solvency.pdf anybody feel like buying some irish bank shares? rock on!
  7. ah bejesus they caught too much wind! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4xlNxYoLes rock on!
  8. hey Md have a good trip i am sure you deserve it after all i am sure the irish financial sector is not a fun place at the moment how does DW put it ah yes "Death by a thousand cuts" http://archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/2008/0.../story31420.asp keep her lit!
  9. yet more thoughts i could give this man a wee bun! http://www.ucd.ie/economics/staff/mkelly/p.../developers.pdf rock on!
  10. here is his thoughts on irish banks at the moment! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtm.../cnirish111.xml rock on!
  11. i could get to like this prof http://www.ucd.ie/economics/staff/mkelly/papers/housing1.pdf
  12. will all you GW fans be turning up tomorrow at the house on the hill to bid a fond farewell as the wagon train rolls into town or will you be singing this little ditty? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eKZryEAzUg...feature=related
  13. here is an idea sure to annoy the green brigade http://www.fspinvest.co.uk/investment-serv...lved-00054.html so should we be digging up and burning the billions of tons of brown coal this wee province sits on to enjoy a secure cheap electricity supply, which we certainly dont have at the moment or in the immediate future? rock on
  14. EU thoughts on solar seems like just %1 from solar by 2020 will be a challenge! http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvgis/doc/paper...al_1percent.pdf those who believe timber dog kennels are the way to go to reduce costs may have to think again putin and his mafia friends will see to that http://ceibois.tensaiserver.be/news/index....72&Itemid=2 a wee forest could prove a nice wee earner! and finally here is one for all those who believe that todays commodity prices are based on speculation by greedy investors well i wonder do they know which commodity increased the most this last year and why? my only regret i did not have a shed or two bunged to the roof with the smelly stuff http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/bu...b0-3490509e4d97 rock on!
  15. just wait till he starts injecting the sewage sludge!
  16. hi SM free advertising cheers mate! rock on!
  17. "How has your portfolio in soft stoxx or ETF’s been doing in the last couple of weeks? So much for global fundamentals unrelated to Biofuels? Look at the nose bleed again of wheat, down 30% from peak chart. " oh Md have you not heard of the old saying in a bull run buy on the dips i would have thought that you would have known that the graph in a bull run never goes straight up was it not you that forecast a record breaking crop this year well then you will find these little titbits very comforting a leading climatologist reckons the mid west is due its 20 year drought! The threat of a drought this year in Iowa and the Midwest was addressed by ISU Extension climatologist Elwynn Taylor. "Sixteen of the last 17 droughts started in the southeast United States," Taylor said. "South Carolina experienced a serious drought this past year. If you look at patterns established over the last 100 years, there is a good possibility that we're heading into a period of below-normal rainfall." Taylor said a severe drought on the order of that experienced in 1936 could reduce corn yield to 110 bushels an acre from the 160-bushels-per-acre yield projected for the 2008 crop year. "If the weather is fairly normal, with today's hybrids and crop management we could have a 170-bushels-per-acre yield," he said. "So my forecast for the year is a yield of between 110 bushels and 170 bushels per acre." Taylor said Iowa and the Midwest are currently experiencing a La Ninia weather pattern that began on Dec. 25. Such a pattern typically produces higher than average rainfall. Taylor said 2007 resembles the weather Iowa experienced in 1987. The following year, 1988, was the last year of severe, widespread drought. and the UN is very concerned about this little fungus! 5 March 2008 – A dangerous new fungus with the ability to destroy entire wheat fields has been detected in Iran, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported today. The wheat stem rust, whose spores are carried by wind across continents, was previously found in East Africa and Yemen and has moved to Iran, which said that laboratory tests have confirmed its presence in some localities in Broujerd and Hamedan in the country’s west. Up to 80 per cent of all Asian and African wheat varieties are susceptible to the fungus, and major wheat-producing nations to Iran’s east – such as Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan – should be on high alert, FAO warned. “The fungus is spreading rapidly and could seriously lower wheat production in countries at direct risk,” said Shivaji Pandey, Director of FAO’s Plant Production and Protection Division. He urged the control of the rust’s spread to lower the risk to countries already impacted by high food prices. Iran has said that it will bolster its research capacity to tackle the new fungus and develop wheat varieties that are rust-resistant. Called Ug99, the disease first surfaced in Uganda and subsequently spread to Kenya and Ethiopia, with both countries experiencing serious crop yield losses due to a serious rust epidemic last year. Also in 2007, FAO confirmed that a more virulent strain was found in Yemen. The agency appealed to countries to bolster disease surveillance and step up efforts to control it. still confident are we? did you not say in january that house prices would stagnate this year would be 2009 before there was a correction if any! at the same time time did you not tell us that there was no inflation! how right you were, NOT! rock on!
  18. an arguement for the bears? not really HPC crash is a fact and is crashing at a rate that even most bears could not have forecast just look at the latest stateside figures http://www.economist.com/displayStory.cfm?story_id=11465476 anybody want to bet we wont have a record breaker just like our stateside cuzs? and for those who say nobody will be giving away their homes the grim reapers of the housing apocalypse debt divorce death might have a differant tale to tell so to lighten the mood
  19. thats a cracker ride on "fair market" whats fair about the market at the minute the IC owner has to pay car tax fuel duty vat congestion charge what does the electric car pay? sweet fanny adams if we hypothesise that there will be a quantum leap in battery technology and practical electric cars can be produced economically where do you think the government is going to get the 10s of billions of lost revenue? but i know the green brigade on this forum will want to lead the charge into the bright new future so they will all be heading south to http://www.verdeautos.com/site/index-2.html whats that i see MD at the head of a long line of planet savers just cannot wait to trade in his gas guzzler for a noddy car! dream on!
  20. so the middle class have become working class that sounds about right for nulabor progress!
  21. for those that believe electric cars are new technology might find this enlightening! http://inventors.about.com/library/weekly/...rselectrica.htm
  22. sounds great just wondering how much will it cost to repalce the batteries every couple of years?
  23. hi sohia we were talking about producing electricity not hot water! yes it works DTI figures state that it will produce %70 of the average homes hot water at a cost of aprox £5000 for the average house if you have a south facing roof still need a boiler for the other %30 though of your needs i would strongly suspect in your student accomodation there was a large gas boiler quietly humming away in the background or perhaps students need less hot water than the rest of us! rock on!
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