Friday, April 27, 2007

From our favorite SciFi author: Judith Heywood

Is it time to jump in?

An amazing piece of SciFi and Property Porn, probably also subsidized by property developers

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8 thoughts on “From our favorite SciFi author: Judith Heywood

  • I sent the authors these comments:

    “A weak dollar?… are you saying the dollar cannot go further down?
    A weak housing market? are you saying it has bottomed already?
    A property slump? But you have repeated so many times that properties can only go up. Oh yes, “the UK is different”
    Take my advice and limit your articles to building a conservatory or redecorating interiors. Do not venture into investment advisory, you know some day you may be sued you for that”

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  • Are they simply desensitizing us for what’s to soon come?

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  • Estate agents and property speculators/journalists are bottom of the barrel scum. They don’t make anything (like engineers/workmen/artists/builders) and they don’t help anybody (like nurses/doctors/police/fireman/teachers). They are useless people that make the world worse.

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  • Scott – you can add the new ‘media’ class / fashionistas to your list too – you know the types – promo people / futurologists / personal shoppers / stylists – ahhhhhh!!! – the type of people who only get employed in the Democratic Republic of London.

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  • Nearly30, I agree with your additions to my list, although the technological futuroligists are okay. I work in IT and I like to keep up with all the latest developments and technology.

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  • Strange quote in the article :

    “A thousand local residents are said to lining up for an apartment, despite the £84 million per flat price tag of the most recent Candy & Candy scheme, One Hyde Park, in Central London.”

    So there’s a 1,000 people , already living iin Hyde Park , who want to buy and can afford £84 Million for a flat .

    Wow , the streets ARE paved with gold .

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  • The Economic Republic of London.

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  • Just remember that when times get tough these sorts of people with no real function will be the first to get booted out of the door when profits fall when times get tough. At the other end of the scale if things get really tough they are usually not tolerated by governments, just think back and remember what Chairman Mao or Stalin would have thought about their jobs, LOL!

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