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Everything posted by shlomo

  1. You did not have to do a hatchet job on him, even his first wife was less brutal.
  2. I even know consultants that have left the profession as they consider patient facing a dangerous place to be
  3. You are just being sarcastic nothing in the ground has changed, except the queues will naturally subside
  4. So many Asians now vote conservative, it is not just the red wall that labour needs to be worried about, and now with Kawasi Labour will lose the black vote
  5. The profession most decimated by coronovirus is the medical one so many doctors have died
  6. So many people in my peer group are cutting hours, I now only work 3 days a week, the guy I work with a previous workaholic is moving to 2 days a week, furlough has changed the mindset quality of life is important than money
  7. https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/27/fuel-activist-is-furious-after-woke-trolls-list-his-home-as-a-petrol-station-15324615/?ito=facebook|social|metroukfacebook&fbclid=IwAR3pBsC-4PHg7qfxscPfu8wAH2HOfCFNrkfPjyBJ_B8NUtBjtJfW8ycx7us A fuel campaigner has been inundated with phone calls from desperate motorists, after pranksters registered his home as a petrol station on Google Maps. Users of the website saw a picture of a BP garage forecourt where Howard Cox’s house should have been, amid soaring demand for fuel In the UK. An unamused Mr Cox, who founded FairFuelUK – a group calling for cheaper petrol prices – received more than 70 calls from drivers hoping to fill up their tanks. That was despite the troublemakers leaving a one star review for the ‘petrol station’, which read: ‘Old and a bit smelly. But the fuel is cheap’.
  8. My SUV can do 400+ miles on a full tank so buying a Jerry can is ridiculous
  9. This is the start to China becoming Woke
  10. The rich look more attractive human beauty is based significantly on how you can spend and the quality of food which really comes down to money, the rich are also a foot taller from my experiences they eat more protein which costs a lot more than processed sugary foods
  11. My local petrol station now has supplies I will fill up on the weekend, the madness should have died down by, the queues are so long
  12. I have a friend who is high up in the media and says he was told to use woke stories and shamims begum stories to fill news stories when the government has no answer
  13. The genie is out of the bag, at the same time building these nuclear submarines is not easy, without a partner
  14. That is because most restaurants do not have full staff, because the EE have left, also if you are Super rich what are you doing on HPC
  15. Get your facts correct it will be a mate of Rishi's Father-in-law
  16. https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/opinion/2021/09/197_315947.html?RD Between 2009 and 2019, the Bank of England (BOE) injected 425 billion pounds ($588 billion) ― about 22.5 percent of the United Kingdom's 2012 gross domestic product (GDP) ― into the U.K. economy. This was aimed at pushing up inflation to the BOE's mandated medium-term target of 2 percent, from a low of just 1.1 percent in 2009. But after ten years of QE, inflation was below its 2009 level, despite the fact that house and stock-market prices were booming, and GDP growth had not recovered to its pre-crisis trend rate. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, the BOE has bought an additional 450 billion pounds worth of U.K. government bonds, bringing the total to 875 billion pounds, or 40 percent of current GDP. The effects on inflation and output of this second round of QE are yet to be felt, but asset prices have again increased markedly. A plausible generalization is that increasing the quantity of money through QE gives a big temporary boost to the prices of housing and financial securities, thus greatly benefiting the holders of these assets.
  17. I have come across that, a friend sold a flat to a couple that was on the Holloway Road, he needed to check they had the funds so asked to see the proof they had £800k in there account, he found it unusual they said they wanted to buy in Kensington but we’re priced out they had saved up £800k
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