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Too me it's certainly starting to look like a re-run off the 1930's

I suspect we are still only at the beginning and look at all the names that are already falling.

Time to get down Tesco's if you have not already done so but watchout for mice getting at your rice/pasta reserves , they got mine.

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Too me it's certainly starting to look like a re-run off the 1930's

I suspect we are still only at the beginning and look at all the names that are already falling.

Time to get down Tesco's if you have not already done so but watchout for mice getting at your rice/pasta reserves , they got mine.

Did you manage to salvage anything Justice? I recall you had it stored in the attic ... always problematic I'd have thought. Maybe you could poison the little blighters.

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I used to store all my grains in a box on the kitchen floor when I was a student. I didn't realise that a large rat was eating it. There was a hole in the inside wall under the sink and the rat would scurry inside the walls and get its way into my kitchen. I actually think it came into my room when I was asleep once as I was awoken by a large rustling sound of something trapped and a carrier bag falling over. It also used to nibble on the carpet in the corner. It's definitely somewhere to be aware of when I try to store enough food to last a year.

It was really difficult to kill as well. The only way I finally killed it was with rat poison. I then always left some out and checked it to see whether another rat had returned.

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Too me it's certainly starting to look like a re-run off the 1930's

I suspect we are still only at the beginning and look at all the names that are already falling.

Time to get down Tesco's if you have not already done so but watchout for mice getting at your rice/pasta reserves , they got mine.

We have rodent prevention officers to avoid that sort of mullarky and very efficient they are as well! (They also kill a few too many birds as well).

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HaHa! never fails to amuse me how threads of armagedeon always denegrate into tales of the mundane on this site.

Youre like a bunch of washer wimen nattering over the garden fence!

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Rice, tuna, tomatoes, tea, multivitamins, and the occasional sliver of smoked neighbour and a nettle curry.

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US Negative Returns

The July 8th podcast is worth watching

The 10 year Real Return on US stocks is now NEGATIVE

(and that's using the bogus US inflation figures, i think)

How long could it last? Watch the video, The answer may surprise you

d'ya know just about to post that up, fascinating podcast, the one below - July 7th 'market fears' is good too.

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You can't fail to admire a man in a linen suit who can use the word "terrifying" in such a calm and urbane manner. Worth watching for that alone.

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Terrifying ? Someone breaking into your house with a gun or finding a lump in your testicles is terrifying... What a darama queen.

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Terrifying ? Someone breaking into your house with a gun or finding a lump in your testicles is terrifying... What a darama queen.

Someone breaking into your testicles with a gun or finding a lump in your house is much worse...

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You can't fail to admire a man in a linen suit who can use the word "terrifying" in such a calm and urbane manner. Worth watching for that alone.

you just had to take it off topic didn't you ;) , what next, mentioning his 'syrup' slips on each and every podcast? :blink:

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anyway. these are not terrifying times. they are amazing times.

times when bull shit walked and reality talked.

they acted like pigs. now its bacon sandwich time.

i hope they all go to shit.

with any luck thee bbc will also loose their ramping licence.

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Or turn the problem into a tasty opportunity (warning: not for the squeamish).

Yes I like this bit

Very good on crackers, but Thais do not generally eat crackers.

Because obviously eating crackers would be disgusting wouldn't it ...

Anyone know of any health issues with regard to eating rat?

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HaHa! never fails to amuse me how threads of armagedeon always denegrate into tales of the mundane on this site.

Youre like a bunch of washer wimen nattering over the garden fence!

The mundane can be pretty apocalyptic sometimes. On the rodent killing theme - my Dad used to kill rats and rabbits with CyMag - which to those who are uninitiated in the mass killing of vermin is Magnesium Cyanide. When mixed with the slightest amount of water or even damp down a rat or rabbit hole it emits large quatities of cyanide gas

He used to use it quite legally and was sold by most farm shops. Problem was that if you got one whiff of that stuff up the old nostrils and it was goodbye for ever.

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then how come jacobs make thai flavour crackers then ?

Ooh ... I wonder if that actually means 'rat flavoured'.

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anyway. these are not terrifying times. they are amazing times.

times when bull shit walked and reality talked.

they acted like pigs. now its bacon sandwich time.

i hope they all go to shit.

with any luck thee bbc will also loose their ramping licence.

They'll all be holed up on islands in Dubai while we struggle on.

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