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the Graph tells me .....

I see that we are all wasting are time looking at this site!!

we have got the housepricecrash wrong, its not gonna happen

If I chose to come back to the UK I will never be able to afford a bog standard house and have any quality of life

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2002-2010 the profile of Gordon Brown.

The man is a genius after all.

He has left his mark for eternity in inflation adjusted UK house prices.

A defining moment in modern art/economics

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There is one poster on here, who has an avatar of a boat going over the edge of a waterfall.

Funny thing is, when I first saw it, I didnt focus on it, as I was reading the posts instead. And until I looked at it properly, I thought that the picture was the head of an eagle.

Just wondered if anyone else had seen the same thing?

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There is one poster on here, who has an avatar of a boat going over the edge of a waterfall.

Funny thing is, when I first saw it, I didnt focus on it, as I was reading the posts instead. And until I looked at it properly, I thought that the picture was the head of an eagle.

Just wondered if anyone else had seen the same thing?

Right on queue, there is is.

Just wondered if someone could have a look at a post by sillybear, whilst not looking at the avatar directly, and let me know if they can see an eagle too.

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2002-2010 the profile of Gordon Brown.

The man is a genius after all.

He has left his mark for eternity in inflation adjusted UK house prices.

A defining moment in modern art/economics

It really shoulda looked like this...we'd all be rich !!!

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Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds or the man in the moon/face on Mars.

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The shape of the top of the graph looks a great deal like the 1929 wall street crash graph. Whether or not the rest of the graph is repeated is an open question however it seems inevitable.

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I see a man in a bunker creating his own personal downfall video.

Clues

1 he's Scottish

2 he's a c**t

Second statement doesn't add any new information!!

Only kidding - I love sweaties me!!

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A Tsunami about to hit. :o

Just beat me to it. A series of waves rolling onto the shore, each one bigger than the last. The current one is about to hit, it seems.

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The shape of the top of the graph looks a great deal like the 1929 wall street crash graph. Whether or not the rest of the graph is repeated is an open question however it seems inevitable.

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image002.jpg

A picture speaks a 1000 words...well...3 in this case..."we are f**ked" :lol:

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I personally see a dead cat bounce.

Though I'm starting to see naked ladies too B)

We told you it would ruin your eyes eventually.

I see four chimps dancing around a jungle fire singing 'Another one bites the dust.' :lol:

Surely:

"I've reached the top and had to stop

And that's what's worrying me."

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  • 259 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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