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neil324

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  1. No flaw in Manic Miner plenty of videos on You Tube, think i managed about level 17 my self on the C64. Jet Set Willy was flawed in the wine cellar, needing re coding which was done by various 3rd parties i think. Google says the wine cellar bug was C64 specific.
  2. Staggering program, 3 journalists talking about the speech today. Markets are confidently buying our bonds which is why the yields are so low, Europe is looking at us in envy because our position is much better.
  3. Basically it's farcical. The government are just trying to keep the plates spinning until the second coming happens, or some boffin work's out how to make petrol from water. The public sector have their noses still in the trough and their heads up their asses. When the wheels come flying off and we get market austerity imposed only then will the farce stop.
  4. Just had to listen to some old teachers who have never been on strike in 36 years. The BBC going out of there way to paint them as victims and there doing it with a heavy heart. Load of fooking guff, i remember having loads of days and part days off in the 80's from school. Yes, yes i'm well aware not all teachers went on strike then.
  5. Ok so just massive capital flight then and the only way of stopping it is to make it more attractive to stay by raising rates.
  6. Beer is cheap here both supermarket and down the pub. Given the shite exchange rate beer here(Birmingham) is not much more expensive than in Thailand on a like for like basis.
  7. Isn't they why Gilt yields are so low at the moment. I'm struggling to see why the BOE would need to raise rates even if Gilt's spiked, they could just print. The only reason i see would be to defend Sterling.
  8. Well how much debt does the UK need to roll over next year, not much is it, most of our debt is long dated. They can just print that, with consequences for Sterling no doubt. Would Libor rates go up affecting what the banks borrow at though. The main problem for the Euro countries is the amount of debt they need to roll over very soon.
  9. Yawn......please excuse me. She's been gone for fooking years. A labour government of 13 years done fook all to reverse ANY of that shite, they just accelerated it.
  10. Just another way to inject money into the economy. I'm sure they would love to just QE and give it directly to people, but the markets would call time on that very quickly. So they have to come up with ingenious ways of doing it. That's what the HPI boom was all about.
  11. My sister is a member of CIPD, all achieved doing evening classes at uni while holding down a full time job.
  12. It's obvious, either join the party or leave the country. I remember watching something about the Tories last week on the TV and how they don't like to interfere with markets. They like them to survive or fall by themselves. With this and more QE, house prices will NOT be falling until the country itself falls.
  13. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-27022408.html Mixture of recession and decline of the area. But this was prime location in it's day.
  14. Talking of duty free coming back on the boat they was doing 24 can crates of Stella 500ml, 2 crates for £25. You can't even get 1 for that in the UK. Not sure how much in Europe though.
  15. Yes i know but even the walk up rate on the other operator was 50% less and they pointed me in the direction of a computer that i could use to book the tickets even cheaper. All i got from Sea France was a sullen look.
  16. Wanted to use these in February Calais to Dover one way. I almost fell over at the counter when they told me the price. Drove to Dunkirk and used another ferry company at half the price.
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