Friday, October 8, 2010

High house prices & unaffordable debt are a good thing yes?

Schools serving large numbers of homeless youth

The number of homeless Clark County School District students rose to 3,206 in September, up more than 15 percent from the same month a year ago, according to the latest figures. That’s 426 more homeless children, or equal to 14 classrooms of students.

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5 thoughts on “High house prices & unaffordable debt are a good thing yes?

  • Come on mark. This is totally irrelevant. You knock interesting articles off the bottom of the news feed on the front page with this stuff.

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  • no this is totally relevant this is what house prices cause, do you want your kids to end up like this?

    was it your article knocked off?

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  • Sigh. No, it wasn’t my article knocked off. My point is that there are actual tangible things going on related to house prices in the UK right now, and interesting articles being put up related to them which spark lively discussions. This is not directly relevant – you can argue the butterfly effect of course, but if you follow that through to its logical conclusion then almost anything could be construed as being worthy of being posted up here. When you do this, interesting stuff falls off and the front page gets worse. We have been through this before with the tin hat brigade.

    Not wishing to be rude, but if you’re not intelligent enough to discern between what is going to be of interest to users of a website set up to discuss UK house prices, then perhaps you shouldn’t post any articles at all.

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  • doh hum oh me thicko

    buy lloyds shares today

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  • lloyds bank shares i mean

    they will shoot up soon

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