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Abstra

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  1. I'm on the other side of the water, Southampton. Might move over there if the rents are cheap. Look someone over there make me an offer...
  2. I work for HMCS, can I be of assistance to you.
  3. The 'Rat and Mouse'. Sounds like a public house. http://www.theratandmouse.co.uk/weblog/archives/2008/02/times_cracks_to.html Sounds like were gonna get the blame, it does...
  4. Having personally been on the end of one of there horrendous screw ups I am forced to agree. I was brought up to trust the Police but from bitter experience have now learned not to. I see them as nothing more than ordinary people from the middle class social group with the power to Police those of a lower social group. No wonder no one wants one as a friend. There behaviour creates trouble and then they blame you for it. Rich!
  5. Not much too report. I started this thread as under the name 'deano' like about 5 year ago now and I've noticed postings here by all are less frequent. On Shirley Road, Alexanders has changed its name to Beals. I think a couple of chancers have an upstart there too. Well I know where that will end... Rental prices are creeping up. Few can get a mortgage and so demand is up. Once on housing benefits you need a job paying more than 20K to make it worth while and there ain't much of that around. You all have a nice Christmas now ya hear. Dean Bartram.
  6. It doesn't appear to be Maglev. I can see tracks at the station.
  7. 2 million barrels of oil over its lifetime. Blinding! Well thats the end of fossil fuels then.
  8. The Vicar should stick to giving emotion support, relationship guidance and assisting others with there mild mental health issues. Money is the root of all Evil apparently. Just look at his flock. The country's going to shit and they want government action on there bloody savings.
  9. Thats not what will happen though is it. She'll get pregnant more than once and you can work out the rest!
  10. Can effect your memory too. Your last toot was 20 minutes ago.
  11. I'm half way through the book at the moment, the first half of the book is a good but when he later goes of subject he gets a bit lost. I agree with his opinions on GATT and the EU; indeed history has now played out and he was spot on. I don't like his solutions I think they are too complicated. I'd just slap a tax on tonnage of imports other than fuel and food. He doesn't like nuclear power, too expensive and in his opinion unsafe when the book was written. Realistically though I can't see a current serious contender. New power stations will be designed with decommissioning in mind from the start making them cheaper to decommission. Efficient use of energy is also the way to go. The UK doesn't use combined heat and power so we effectively flush half our power generation down the toilet. He doesn't mention Global warming or CO2. Windmills cant replace a decent sized power station forget it, use them to pump water round the cannal's if you want but thats it. We do need to rebuild and stabalise our society. Immigration has to be limited. Anyway the first halves a good read!
  12. Oh! you'll be alright. Deal a few drugs, sell a few guns, run a couple of working girls. Loads a money! Joking! No need to tell a Policeman...
  13. I have to agree. He has security, his home is paid for etc. If he trades and makes a dime he'll gamble the house. Now the profit, gets you a bigger house but does not make you necessarily happier. If he loses the house he will definatley be unhappier. Put an axe to his computer. Day Trader, KING nutcase!
  14. Working extra hours for nothing. Some of you are ripe for 'Capatalist Worker' magazine. Your supposed to fight exploitation. Pussy's LOL...
  15. I've come across this time and time again over twenty years with different employees. It seems to come from the tradition of sallard staff which were at one time the working elite wage wise. Employers muddy the water with staff that are paid monthly, they call it salary - it is not, it is a wage paid monthly. I worked at one small organisation that had nothing positive to offer other than the low wage which was higher than unemployment and that was for an H.N.D. in Electronics. The premises was a toilet, one of the directors was an arrogant pig. He wanted free extra time out of me and I wouldn't give, it was a psychological shit fight, great.
  16. I'd give her your money if it would allow her to keep the property but in this case it won't. She's going to sink your money as well. Its difficult. Prise the thing out of her fingers. She has to let it go. Let it get repossessed so she gets a HS place. Tell her to squirrel some cash away.
  17. How many spurts of blood were there before he collapsed. Did the bang make anyone jump with surprise! Did any dogs bark or howl in response to the weapon discharging. Are there any guns designed to be fired underwater? Had he suggested that we create a debt free money system, in which case he was shot by someone else cause thats what happens.
  18. Work for nothing! As a Police Officer, this is just mental. Are they to get free canteen dinners so they don't starve etc etc etc...
  19. Anyone know how many people the council here in Southampton employs. Well there are to be 300 less shortly. They've been told to save £40 million over 3 years. Here we go.
  20. And how do you propose we do that. 1st we got to stop running a deficit. Then our oil and gas slow to a trickle. Our foreign markets are in contraction. Then we run a trade surplus, somehow. We can't pay it back. The reality is that no-one can pay theirs either. We're stuffed.
  21. After over 8000 posts 'cells' you appear to be going slightly mad!. Have a break, pester Mums.Net or take some other therapy!
  22. The separation of Government from the CBI and Banking has gone. We are completely corrupted now. The banks and the CBI are running it through the back door.
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