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Black Monday 10th March 2008

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Guest KingCharles1st

Yes- it's a perfect day for the feelshitfactor to kick in.

I missed the alarm clock- JUST got the kids to school on time- on the way passed a huge melee with a "half alive and half squashed" deer in middle of road-

I think this year a lot of frogs are going to get boiled because they didnt feel the water heating up

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Nothing so far.

Apart from my bin being blown over, but that in itself isn't going to bring about economic collapse.

I think I just heard the flapping of a butterfly's wing. :)

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Guest Bart of Darkness
Apart from my bin being blown over, but that in itself isn't going to bring about economic collapse.

If this were a black & white French film that would be terribly symbolic.

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5,682.90

Trade Time: 10:09AM

Change: 17.00 (0.30%)

Prev Close: 5,699.90

Open: 5,766.40

Day's Range: 5,647.70 - 5,703.80

52wk Range: 5,338.70 - 6,751.70

Not much going on.

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Nothing so far.

Apart from my bin being blown over, but that in itself isn't going to bring about economic collapse.

"Its not often I send these types of things out but with the earthquake two nights ago and the storms today it really makes you think...

We shouldn't forget that the UK has its share of devastating natural disasters too. Attached is a photo illustrating the damage caused to my friends' home from todays violent storms.

It really makes you cherish what you have, and reminds us not to take things for granted.

:)

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Guest Skint Academic
Attached is a photo illustrating the damage caused to my friends' home from todays violent storms.

I'm so sorry to hear that dryrot. Will the insurance pay out to have the chair set upright again?

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I'm so sorry to hear that dryrot. Will the insurance pay out to have the chair set upright again?

thanks for your concern. what a friendly crowd we are on hpc!

In fact, we're just doing the insurance forms now. Will be expensive as - i'm sure you can see - these are no ordinary garden chairs, but designer-upwardly-mobile ornamental seats that all aspiring homeowners will covet. As with the wooden floors/magnolia walls, they add >£30k to the house value!

(or at least they did, in 2006 :) )

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