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  1. 1 hour ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

    Was it different this time ?

    Maybe in the fact that the collapse will be much worse.

    I think not if no one is moving about no one will be interested in selling as they will not want anyone viewing their home and will not want to visit a strangers home - they will just wait until the hysteria is over and move on 

  2. On 3/13/2020 at 11:18 PM, bear.getting.old said:

    I saw the agent going into the house with one of the fit girls from the agents

     

    Lucky B++++++

    On 3/14/2020 at 7:40 AM, jiltedjen said:

    If you had the opportunity to expose an affair and it was an estate agent (the lowest of the low scum to begin with)

    why would you not expose it?

    i would take great joy.

    had enough lies from estate agents, who drove up this massive bubble, probably  adding ten years to my mortgage.

    to see one get some grief would cheer me right up. 

    maybe because he has a life and is not a vindictive spiteful small minded moralising individual

  3. 3 minutes ago, IMHAL said:

    You are right. It's too easy to manipulate the GDP figure. It also means nothing to the average man on the street.

    But......I think it will be relatively easy to see what job losses and businesses are going to suffer because of Brexit and what job creation and businesses are making hay due to brexit. This is what people will be interested in. Most live week to week or month to month, these are the timescales and impacts that people are sensitive to, will remember, and act upon. We shall have to wait and see.

    Who cares?

    It is done now - there is no point in anyone on either side just repeating 10000000 times the same things they have been saying since 2015

  4. 53 minutes ago, reddog said:

    But actually if myself and my nearest and dearest survive, I think we could be looking forward to a great future in 1 years time.

     

    I think in 1 year:

     

    -We will re-assess Offshoring of jobs

    -House prices will be lower

    -We will have to pull together as a community

    -We will realise we can no longer just live on credit

    -We will be less materialistic

    -We will re-assess our current open borders policy

    The drama!

    of course you will all survive - this s not the great plague ! 

    House prices will not be lower - sellers will just hold on until this has passed

    Community? have you seen the bun fights in supermarkets? 

    It will not affect materialism or credit
    The open border policy has already been reassessed hence the election result - those who support uncontrolled mass immigration will hang on to that dogma - terror  attacks have no altered it so a germ will certainly not do so sadly

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