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Poll By Rte On Potential Crash In Ireland

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This is an old, old survey. I remember reading it about 2 years ago!

(I know there's know date there but I remember the remarks about Wilburg PA)

Just found it idly searching. Thought RTE would keep up to date. Obviously not.

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The warnings in Ireland are so loud, it's deafening! If you read some of the arguments you will see bubble logic is obviously evident. It may go on for a while longer, but it will crash, and crash very hard indeed.

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