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Credit cards, meanwhile, are undoubtedly of benefit to the economy.

' this is from the link on debt wont bring our house of cards down by david smith'

well, i'd liked to slap his face around with a big freshly caught fish

why didnt't he say 'ive got a massive pile of cocaine ? would anyone like a sniff !'

soon, the media; wil be nothing more than an advert....

f em, take a loan out and buy a load of cuban cigars and then blow it back in their face.

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just wanted too add this as well

"The policy finally paid dividends with economic growth of nearly 3% last year and, more significantly, the recent end of the long period of deflation, or falling prices."

3% !!!!l, that is some massive growth !!

grabbing at straws that are covered in baby oil mate. what a d1ck, how on earth did he make it in the Times ?

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