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Bbc - Balloons, Consumer Confidence, Post Recession And Recovery!

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This morning saw an interesting piece on ballooning they talked to a woman I think from Virgin Experience (?) who was all happy clappy that consumer confidence had returned and we are POST RECESSION!

An excellent early morning piece to make you feel all happy and confirm your feelings that the economy is all fixed...

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The Challenge we've got is that we need to hit this "x" target in sales this quarter. We're not on track. What are you going to do about it?

Er, er lets send out media letters to each householder, like with our Broadband department.

No. I need to show Bruce at the Broadband department we're original.

I'm stuck we tried everything. We created Apps, a Facebook like page, we tried it ALL!. All the money is in houses, they can't spend a house.

No negative talk, you're FIRED!

Jimmy (intern) - why don't we get a press piece out.

Excellent.

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We've never actually been in recession, the recession was delayed by QE, 0.5 and LIBLABCON unsustainable borrowing.

That BBC finance section is just a joke, its like a dumbed down version of John Cravens Newsround

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The BBC should get Dan and Peter Snow to film a sequel to their 2007 masterpiece "What makes Britain rich?"

Why is Britain so f***ed ?

What about those two blokes who did the "

  • The Million Pound Property Experiment"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Million_Pound_Property_Experiment

I'd like to see the new verson of that.

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If it's fixed how come interest rates are 0.,5% and the government is still funding the banking system ?

So that Branson can afford to go on jaunts into outer space.

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But George will always be there, won't he? Borrowing 7% of GDP every year so we can live beyond our means in a socialist utopia worthy of Edward Bellamy.

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