Monday, June 27, 2011

Entrant for creativity prize of the month.

CHEAP HOME LOANS SPARK BOOM

Front Page from the No1 price ramper. (Last week the front page was an airbrush impression of Diana at 50).

Posted by alan @ 10:07 AM (1781 views)
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9 thoughts on “Entrant for creativity prize of the month.

  • mark wadsworth says:

    How about this for unconventional economic thinking:

    “Economist Vicky Redwood, for Capital Economy, said she expects the pressure to raise interest rates to recede as overall inflation falls next year, boosted by the economic recovery.”

    Isn’t it traditionally assumed, from observation, that if the economy recovers, then this tends to push up inflation and interest rates, not push them down?!?

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  • The Daily Express have taken over their rightful position as the natural successor to the Sunday Sport

    The only difference is that the TITS are not as obvious, as they are now the journalists

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    “Last week the front page was an airbrush impression of Diana at 50”

    Really Alan? That’s more unintentionally hilarious than the above comedy piece. Sarah O’Grady back from her sabbatical and doing what she does best.

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  • letthemfall says:

    We’re clearly entering a new Goldilocks age, where everything is perfect for everyone, except for those it isn’t.

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  • fantasy land again, where is po lala and tinky winky

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  • letthemfall says:

    With dipsy I imagine. Why hasn’t anyone thought of getting the Noo-noo to clean up the economic mess?

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Interestingly enough, Noo-noo is only the second vacuum cleaner to have played a part in popular literature, the other one was used as a blueprint for atomic weapons in Graham Greene’s “Our man in Havana”.

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  • the really sad thing is we all know the characters of a childrens TV how lol

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  • Pedantic Scot says:

    Anyone else noticed the schoolboy (girl) error with Sarah O’Grady’s article?

    “The Hometrack report also states that instead of demanding the high prices they expected in the boom years, sellers are curbing their financial expectations to sell their home quickly and move on themselves. The strategy is working with 93 per cent of sellers getting asking prices.”

    If she had bothered to give the Hometrack research any more than a cursory glance before commiting words to screen, she would have noticed that her 93% is actually 92.7 ‘% of the asking price being achieved’…. A slightly different story to her bull article.

    (Sorry for the off-topic comment, I really should brush up on my CBBC viewing…)

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