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Is there any way to see how many people have me on ignore? Lately I've posted stuff that would normally get comments and input, but nothing, but when someone else posts a similar point replies all over the shop. I'm worried I've pi^^ed off too many people!

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Same here..I just thought it was because I speak a load of bs though...but it seems to have gone very quiet and I think it is the new layout on top of a dwindling audience anyway....................now I`m putting you back on ignore wherebee...

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Why is this thread empty?

Very strange :)

Yes if only we could see who the OP was and what they said we would be able to make constructive comments!

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I'm glad that wherebee doesn't post anymore - the stuff he posted was really annoying. I wonder whatever happened to him. :P

I think the forum has simply gone very quiet as we have been shocked and awed with house price ramping in the media in the past 2 or 3 months.... and it shows no sign of letting up.

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I think outrage fatigue has set in- how many ways are there to say 'this is f*cking crazy!!!'

I just posted a thread on calls to abolish fractional reserve banking- not by fringe posters like us, but by heavyweight commentators like Martin Wolf;

It was big news this week when one of the world’s most prominent economics writers – liberal economist Martin Wolf – advocated doing away with fractional reserve banking altogether… i.e. requiring that banks only loan out as much money as they actually have on hand in the form of customer deposits:

So things are starting to change out there- but it's hard to keep the faith when the entire world seems totally hypnotized by the magic of credit ' money' and the never ending cornucopia of work free wealth it seems to offer.

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/04/conservative-economist-wants-basically-ban-banking.html

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I think outrage fatigue has set in- how many ways are there to say 'this is f*cking crazy!!!'

I just posted a thread on calls to abolish fractional reserve banking- not by fringe posters like us, but by heavyweight commentators like Martin Wolf;

So things are starting to change out there- but it's hard to keep the faith when the entire world seems totally hypnotized by the magic of credit ' money' and the never ending cornucopia of work free wealth it seems to offer.

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/04/conservative-economist-wants-basically-ban-banking.html

that was posted here a couple of weeks ago IIRC.

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I'm glad that wherebee doesn't post anymore - the stuff he posted was really annoying. I wonder whatever happened to him. :P

I think the forum has simply gone very quiet as we have been shocked and awed with house price ramping in the media in the past 2 or 3 months.... and it shows no sign of letting up.

Double digit hpi with a general election only months away. When was the last time that happened?

Oh, yeah. 2010.

Coincidence, obviously.

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I think the forum has simply gone very quiet as we have been shocked and awed with house price ramping in the media in the past 2 or 3 months.... and it shows no sign of letting up.

Yes.

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