Friday, February 13, 2009

Off Balance Sheet con suddenly jumps ON balance sheet – Ooops!

Chancellor to rescue public works projects with billions in bridging loans

A multibillion-pound rescue of building programmes involving schools, hospitals and motorways that are threatened by a lack of private finance is to be announced by the Treasury within days, The Times has learnt. Webmaster - The Special K advert at the top of the page is driving me nuts and severely compromises the smooth navigation of the site. Any chance you can take it off or get them to put in a non-scaling version?

Posted by tyrellcorporation @ 02:01 PM (1430 views)
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7 thoughts on “Off Balance Sheet con suddenly jumps ON balance sheet – Ooops!

  • 1. It’s not the Telegraph, as the bit you quote makes clear.

    2. Use firefox, no adverts at all then.

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  • Also I hear if the UK economy doesn’t come right before the next election Clown has been offered a position as Finance Minister in Zimbabwe.

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  • little professor says:

    tc

    Firefox + adblock

    Haven’t seen an online ad since the 90s, dude.

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  • Tyrell – I complained to the webmaster a few months back regarding a ‘google ad’ on the home page which offerred unsecure loans with an APR of over 100%. Couldn’t believe it on this website. Was politely told that the ad generated income for the site and therefore wouldn’t be removed. Seems everyone is in it for the money.

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  • “If ma plan does not work I just print more moohney.”

    Thanks Mr Darling – keep up the good work.

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  • That Kellogs ad at the top is really bloody annoying……

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