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What Do Kids Want To Be When They Grow Up?

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Nothing wrong with being like Sir Alan Sugar at least he created something new and jobs as opposed to giving you a loan and making you pay more for something you would have been able to pay less for before.

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It's not so stupid. Being a banker in the City is about the only way to get rich as a middle ranking employee in a corporate environment. Let's face it most of these people are trading in someone else's name, with someone else's money and on someone else's system; that's a pretty good deal. particularly as it's heads I win and tails you lose.

There's hope for the youth yet.

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Can't blame them - these legalised crooks are stuffing their pockets with cash off the back of other people's work and no-one in the general population seems to have a problem with that. Why wouldn't a smart kid aspire to do likewise?

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Can't blame them - these legalised crooks are stuffing their pockets with cash off the back of other people's work and no-one in the general population seems to have a problem with that. Why wouldn't a smart kid aspire to do likewise?

What's probably more important, the people who make the rules don't have a problem with it. And even if more than a small proportion of the general populace did object, they'd have to do something about it, from a position of having minimal clout and needing to get organised without being watched, listened to and infiltrated by the guardians of the currently powerful. Good luck with that.

+1 in the "can't really the blame the kids on this" camp.

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What's probably more important, the people who make the rules don't have a problem with it. And even if more than a small proportion of the general populace did object, they'd have to do something about it, from a position of having minimal clout and needing to get organised without being watched, listened to and infiltrated by the guardians of the currently powerful. Good luck with that.

+1 in the "can't really the blame the kids on this" camp.

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It's not just FIAT that's crashing, relative prices to a working hour must fall.

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  • 312 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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