Wednesday, September 17, 2008

More Light Relief

How’s that for a logo?

Posted by mountain goat @ 03:14 PM (1182 views)
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8 thoughts on “More Light Relief

  • Wow, nearly 30 posted articles already today, half of them without a comment.

    I guess that productivity in the nations offices has hit an all time low because of http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk.

    Stuff light relief, I’m going down the pub to spend my rapidly diminishing in vaue beer tokens.

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  • he needs to stand a little bit behind the horse because thats whats Lloyds TSB are in for.

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  • Don’t back this horse, it’s carrying too much weight.

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  • actually mg just after sky news reported the drop to 34% around 8.45 this morning, the next batch of ads included a halifax promo by this plonker – I was in stitches at the time and your find makes it all the more memorable. Thank you.

    What did you do in the crash granddad?

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  • malct @ 3…

    “What did you do in the crash grandad Nooneo?”

    I spent all day reading and contributing to this blog !

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  • Looks like he’s doing to that horse what broon’s been doing to the economy this past 11 years ….

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  • the horse should be on top

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  • “What did you do in the crash grandad?”

    I found a nice stable job which would still exist long after unemployment hit five million.

    (In the Great Depression, US unemployment was very high: 25% in 1933 and still 15% by 1940. Some regions were worse-hit than others. If the UK unemployment rate hit 20%, that would mean approximately 6m people unemployed.)

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