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Here is my own humble effort if anyone wants to share it.

Just changed the text to one of George's own quotes.

If you give someone enough rope...

It's the right size for facebook and twitter sharing if anyone wants to send it into the wild?

:)

Debt_to_Buy.jpg

I'm pretty happy with "selfservatives"

was going to go with "*****servatives" but this one is more "family friendly"

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Here is my own humble effort if anyone wants to share it.

Just changed the text to one of George's own quotes.

If you give someone enough rope...

It's the right size for facebook and twitter sharing if anyone wants to send it into the wild?

:)

Debt_to_Buy.jpg

I'm pretty happy with "selfservatives"

was going to go with "*****servatives" but this one is more "family friendly"

Nice one, tweeted.

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Share away!

I find this exercise to be strangely therapeutic, here's two more...

Passenger these are excellent and v-professional looking. I've embedded almost all the retouched pics from this thread and emailed them to quite a few of my contacts, and to my brothers and younger sister (all of us saved during the boom, none of us own). And to my Mum in her late 60s who will love them.

She's not voting Conservative again, despite owning a home-outright; and this a woman who was a Conservative member, been to loads of Conservative fund-raising events through, with pics of her with Major (in 1999) and Howard, and even in 2008, with Hague at a Conservative rally event. Her adult children betrayed.

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Hoping one of the newspapers might pick up and run with this as a story. With the alternative infographics, on this thread, vs original.

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Ahh thanks - I'm not too pleased with it to be honest. Never have been that good with words, especially after a couple of ciders..

However, I have a blank template ready for some HPC input, so if anyone has any ideas for the text on the doormat and the lines underneath, post it here and i'll 'gimp' it for the good of the cause.

ReckB - a great idea and Bad Santa as an avatar. You get my nomination for Nobel Prize for Baddest Man Alive.

Respect also to neontetra.

Great thread!

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Can I have a go? Pweese?

[Warning Mine Field] - for the carpet.

Help to buy, buying time for a failed state.

Help to buy, your balls on a block, their bonuses.

Help to buy means thousands misled into the dying spasms of the ponzi scheme called UK housing.

Help to buy means you too can become a statistic in the biggest financial gamble in history, for you, for the government and for the whole ******ing system.

Help to buy, gilding a derivative turd on some off balance sheet holding in Bermuda.

Conservatives, shitting rivets.

mortgage (n.) etymology: from Old French morgage, mort gaige, literally "dead pledge"

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Martin Wolf in the FT - HTB is permanent.

I think this OK to post a snippet

http://m.ft.com/cms/s/0/aa1c9dfa-30ea-11e3-b478-00144feab7de.html

no it isn't.

when joe public realises that they are being shafted with their own money there's going to be hell to pay.

houses are already typically 7-8 * average single wage.

either the ratio comes down or the brains will move.

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