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Panic Is Afoot.

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Prices are still falling.

Whilst calmly and judiciously browsing through volume IV issue XII of this weeks local property rag pull-out, I happened upon a visual feast, a veritable banquet, an unprecedented multitude of ‘Reduced’, ‘New Instruction’ housing, balanced none-ly by the notable absence of even one ‘Sold’ or ‘Sold SSC’ brag, one was dizzy with the odour of horror sweltering from the flimsy pages.

Indeed, it was a plethora of imminent financial wretchedness for all who ‘boat’-gloated.

Herd-shepherding astro-turf sentiment has entered the consciousness of Joseph Public forthwith. The slow and tortuous process of the waste matter joining the rotary cooling device is at hand. The ‘soon to sell’ no longer have the comfort of father time.

B*****ks to them.

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