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oracleofdoom

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  1. Nice. You've got to love the Register. Seems there is still an ongoing 'bacon' meme at that esteemed publication.
  2. I know, it's all sensible advice. The problem is, if I cause too much trouble the landlord may just decide to get rid of me. I feel it's not really worth jeapardising the relationship for the sake of £15 a month. The whole thing does leave a very sour taste in the mouth. I'll be asking some careful questions when I choose my next agency.
  3. What legal weight does email correspondence have? For instance, sent and received emails in a GMail account - is this enough of a paper trail?
  4. This is normally the case, but my agents issue a Section 21 with the initial tenancy agreement as a matter of course. This means if you don't pay up for a new contract then, technically, the eviction notice is already served and they can kick you out. I'm sure it shouldn't be legal.
  5. If it's reducing house prices then it can't be a bad thing surely. We just need a few more of them ... Bring on the dormers!
  6. HMV has a pretty small market cap. What if, hypothetically, everyone on this forum decided to pile in at once? Those hedgies wouldn't be best pleased...
  7. I agree, it seems now is the time to pick up a bargain ... if you have $45 million and you are Larry Page, one half of the brains behind Google, that is. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1346157/Google-founder-Larry-Page-buys-193-foot-yacht-45m-second-hand.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
  8. "Needs Modernisation" - I saw this recently on a 1-bed flat that was new in 2006. Um...
  9. Thanks for the link. That was very relevant and also a really well made production. Reminded me of the film Glengarry Glen Ross in places.
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