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  1. So you really believe that AGW is a reality?
  2. That Scottish "Newsnight" really bugs me too. Can't they put that sh1t on Alba or something?
  3. I'd bet he was as confident in 2007 when he said "The subprime mess is grave but largely contained..." and went on by way of explanation to "Given the fundamental factors in place that should support the demand for housing, we believe the effect of the troubles in the subprime sector on the broader housing market will likely be limited" Forbes
  4. Bought in November 2009 - much less bitter now

  5. Cheers, I thought it was only governments and not private buyers, I guess it's both. Why do they list the nationalities of the bond holders? If I were to buy US bonds tomorrow would I have to declare my nationality or is it simply assumed because I buy them in London they are UK held bonds?
  6. It was brought up by Lord Lister in another thread. Why are we holding $279 billion in US treasury bonds? Why did our stock of these bonds increase by $98.7 billion between December 2009 and March 2010? This is our money why is it we are holding these bonds? Answers very much appreciated. Here you are LINK
  7. Not quite $300 Billion but close as damn it. Still a very good question. Exaggerated poodle syndrome? If they leave go now it's Armageddon time? US Treasury Holdings
  8. Ser.3 Ep.1: Reggie tracks down C.J. for his community project, but tells him he will have to 'be nice'. "I didn't get where I am today by being nice." Good post, welcome. I don't think anyone on here would seriously countenance the various suggestions seen in this post.
  9. I agree, McCloud is arrogant and at the same time, which is strange, sycophantic cocq. Kirsty is just an idiot who happens to have either family or friends in high places in Channel 4. Edited for punctuation.
  10. Excluding PFI and public sector pension liabilities. Any advance on three trillion anyone? This country is so f^cked, if the truth does come out we're in for a bit of the Greek - dry style:o
  11. +1 I think probably the best outcome for all involved; no-one will starve as a result of Greece being thrown out of the Euro, they would do just as any other bankrupt company would do - finance would be difficult - if not impossible to obtain in the short term but this would be shorter and (most likely) less painful than the austerity measures being outlined by the EU/IMF. After three - four years they could get back to the graft and extortion.
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