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Kootenai Brown

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  1. You couldn't make it up! What a bunch of chowderheads. This, along with hedonics, makes inflation targeting a joke. Everyone in the UK is losing purchasing power because some statistitian got their maths wrong.
  2. That is a lot of "ifs". It sounds like you are a low level employee in the Oil & Gas industry. I wouldn't want to be in your shoes as the industry consolidates over the next few years. A big deposit remains a big deposit if house prices are stagnant or falling. If house prices are falling then the deposit (used to purchase a house) increases in purchasing power even if everything lese in inflating. You don't seem to understand purchasing power.
  3. So... inbreeding shows immediate results! Happy defrauding! Any investors in UK commercial or residential property in the past/future 6 months deserve what they get... Natural selection and all. BTW... Enough of these Daily Mail reports... Really... I thought this place was for intelligent discussion only... ...hic... Meh....
  4. Ha! Spot on! Although.... That Marshmallow provides more cushion for the pushin'... I am revolted with myself...
  5. I hate to say it but Bardon is right on this one. Perhaps it should be pointed out that LNG will be significant in the future, just significant in a way that is initially detrimental to us in the UK (used to have North Sea... now must compete with China for Australian/US/Russian resources). LNG is like no other gas transport system in that it can be re-routed to take advantage of the highest market price. Gazprom shuts off supply to Europe? The cost/benefit of transporting LNG from America/Australia/Other becomes very attractive. The number of LNG projects coming online in the next 3-5 years is massive. There must be a reason why gas companies are investing billions in LNG. No?
  6. So this guy did no wrong then? You advocate fraud against us tax paying slaves... I dislike you... not as much as I dislike those that tax us in your name! All the same... You're daft...
  7. Oh... So what he did is alright then? I don't think you have a head TBH... What does this guy's fraud have to do with excessive banker bonuses? In a direct way? Are his actions honourable? If you think defrauding the taxpayer is a non issue then your thoughts on banker bonuses is in direct contrast to your position. Bankers are scum, this guy is scum, and you... are well... wrong...
  8. I wish someone like that estate agent would help me out. My rental place doesn't have a roof and it's gonna snow this weekend!
  9. I like it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uop5R7E314&feature=related Linky Apologies if already posted...
  10. FVCK! Already posted! Sorry. Can the Mods destroy this post?
  11. I thought that too at first... But those are actually graphs of marking predictions based on market interest rate expectations. Market inerest rate expectations are, I assume, derived from the Gilt (indexed and fixed) markets. If so, as these these markets are heavily manupulated (to reflect lower inflation) by QE1 and you end up with some printy printy circlejerk. So what these graphs actually show, is that Gilt investors believe the BOE story less and less and think inflation will rise even after massive public spending cuts have been announced. Bastards! Post note: I walk past the BOE everyday and always look for someone to be looking out the windows so I can flip them the dual bird sign... Oddly enough... I have not seen anyone at one of the hundreds of windows for over 5 years. Very odd. I wonder if anyone is at home...
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