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Saw this in Windsor this afternoon. I don't think they're just waxing lyrical.

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In case it isn't clear the sign reads "It's a recession when your neighbour loses his job. It's a depression when you lose yours.".

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Saw this in Windsor this afternoon. I don't think they're just waxing lyrical.

In case it isn't clear the sign reads "It's a recession when your neighbour loses his job. It's a depression when you lose yours.".

nah, it cant be, because house prices are going up

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Certainly the high street is in recession, as far as I can tell.

Don't worry, it's just a temporary blip.

Well that's what I've been reading in all the papers.

Funny how I don't believe half the cr@p any more.

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shocking! but nice find.

Most people would read that and would have to think twice - recession??? what recession???!!!!! Whats a recession????!!!

So which one of you HPCers wrote that notice then???

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