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LiarLoanKing

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  1. If Killer Bunny or Winkie or a few others on this site ever turn bullish, boy you better get the hell out of the market imo. Talk about emotionally attached to, and blinded by, an outcome. "Yeah but this is gunna happen... yeah but that is gunna happen... (so youve been saying for 10 years!) ....yeah but what if blah blah blah....... ....... oh, you are not an uber bear? You must be an estate agent!" Its funny reading threads like these. The people doing all the accusing so often come across as the least rational themselves. Just from their tone and the feverishness of their posts. There is a desperation there. Its always a little amusing also when a non-bearish person gets accused of being a VI by someone arguing the bear case who is desperately hoping prices go down so they can buy. The bears so often sound like the real VIs, its funny. Just reread this and other threads. The one bullish guy may end up being right or wrong, but he certainly sounds like the most detached from the argument. The bears sound like they need to be right, that there must be a crash, like they just cannot possibly have it any other way.
  2. Jesus like the Tory party isnt already a big enough voice! Of course it is. There are so many scumbags out there. I know people who are not the most productive, dont have the greatest attitude to work, and hence dont have a hope of a decent job. They are now talking about starting a charity with the idea they will get decent paying jobs out of it. Always thought the charity sector likely has more than its fair share of underwhelming people, but this really made me wonder how many higher ups in this sector are just corrupt leeches. It really makes me wonder about some of the well known charities out there paying their higher ups big money. I bet digging into the background/people of lots of these charities turns up a bunch of sleaze bag ex-politicians, media-types and connected cronies. Exactly the same sort of people as involved with the Resolution Foundation and Prospect Publishing.
  3. Yes, this reminded me of the idiotic commentary from Crash Gordon at the election when he kept insisting that the government not taking 6bn in NI means 6bn has be "taken out of the economy". I mean I knew he wasnt nearly as competent as he thought he was, but when hearing this moronic comment I finally figured out how truly dangerous he is. (Not sure what took me so long but hey.)
  4. Huh... wow.... exactly what I was talking about above. Unbelievable. Its so blatant, so insultingly obvious, and yet this is how the world is. And it isnt going to change. There is no reason to think anything is going to change. So Prospect Publishing is likely yet another media firm that is basically the propaganda department of a political party/ideology, going under the guise of an independent private enterprise. I wonder who founded/works at Prospect.
  5. So the Resolution Foundation is just a bunch of Labour Party employees and supporters and basically not independent at all, only technically. Yet notice how the BBC article describes this clearly left-wing, Labour Party affiliated organisation simply as "a think tank". Near the end of the article, however, the BBC is very sure it labels another think tank as "Conservative-leaning." This is such a great example of the sleaziness and propagandising of the MSM, Whitehall types/activists, and the connected elite. Its just so corrupt and cynical. I mean you really think people at the impartial BBC dont know exactly what the political make-up is of this organisation? People responsible for this article im sure know members of the RF personally, possibly have even worked with them before. How else has the RF come from nowhere to being quoted by the BBC as an authority? Its all buddy buddy sleaziness. Id be interested in knowing where the money comes from for the Resolution Foundation. Of course, you have to be aware of the possibility that it is the DM spinning this via a lie of omission. Anyone know if there are also a bunch of Tory-types in the Resolution Foundation that the DM is not mentioning? Either way, this is the problem. People talk about bias and corruption, etc., but these days it is far more subtle and the average joe bloggs just isnt going to spot the continuous lie-by-omission type misinformation that totally distorts the news. Its an incredibly big problem, it is rampant in every single MSM outlet, yet there is no way it is going to change. Every single person in power is involved, and it is an almost impossible thing to highlight to Joe Bloggs. How is it ever going to change?
  6. Actually the agency is probably correct. The key is that the length of periodic tenancies is determined by the amount of rent you pay at a time. If you pay a weeks rent, the period of your contract is a week. If you pay a months rent, its a month. And in a periodic tenancy each period is in effect a new contract. So technically, I suspect the first periodic contract lasted one week, from 25th August 2012 to 31st August 2012. This is because no doubt when they took rent on 1st August 2012, they took a whole months rent. So in effect, when your lease was up, you then paid a weeks rent, which meant at that time you were on a weekly periodic tenancy. Once they then took a months rent on 1st September 2012 that then got you onto a "first-to-last" monthly period. And since, with a monthly periodic tenancy, the notice period required is one month, and it has to line up with the end of a period, the earliest date your legal commitment can end is indeed 31st January 2015.
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