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Ford boss is saying strong growth in Asia.

Ford chief Mulally eyes future growth

"Asia Pacific is on fire," he says.

I see things picking up here myself. People are buying new trucks, Toyota much more popular than Ford and land is also exchanging hands.

And so is my ring.

Sorry, that has absolutley no relevance to the thread whatsoever, it was just too good an opportunity to miss, :)

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And so is my ring.

Sorry, that has absolutley no relevance to the thread whatsoever, it was just too good an opportunity to miss, :)

Phal with scotch bonnet peppers was it?

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Ford fracking MUST pick up...billions of government debt lies with them...and GM....they seem to forget all that thinking we, the Sheeple, will too...which Im sure most have.

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So's California. How many levels does hell have again?

The thing is, this place does seem to be in growth again, not sure whether that growth is coming from within Asia, which is important from the West's point of view. Remember the local borrowing for local development and LuckyOne's pan-Asian bond market?

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I'm sorry, I can say no more, my lips are sealed.

Are your gums bleeding? If your guns are bleeding you're in trouble.

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Now you mention it, I've never seen them together...

We need a photoshopper to stick her hair on Arsene's head to make certain but I think you're onto something.

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Ohh...oh dear...its a trip down the clinic for me then...

Dentist. Unless you . . . never mind.

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