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 on: Today at 01:26:35 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Sir Tigger QC

I really don't need to know vital news with accompanying maps and photographs, like my daughter is having a coffee at a local sh*tbucks. ???

You should be enthralled by these revelations!  ::)   :-X   ;D

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 on: Today at 01:04:17 
Started by Figureman52 - Last post by zirk
Anything I can do about this?
Use a VPN for now, theres a few Freebies around, none that I would trust or use on a full time basis but will get around the OOF issue.

Or you could download Opera Browser for PC, not a Browser that I would normally recommend but it has a built in VPN (be it a Common one) which seems to work reasonably well, and Ive tested it on OOF, just remember to switch it off when not in use, especially when on Sites like eBay and Paypal etc who grab your IP address and store it for their security reasons.

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 on: Today at 00:33:27 
Started by amazonian - Last post by amazonian


Seems rather odd that, still I will do as you say.

Thanks chaps

 :) :)

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 on: Today at 00:12:51 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Steve B
Mark Selby, after a week of hard graft and some very close matches, has just beaten Ronnie O'Sullivan to lift the trophy. Both players have spent all week battling some tough opponents.
For coming in as runner up, Ronnie will trouser 75000, while Mark will get 170,000.

Wayne Rooney is injured, so has sat on his fat arse all week, occasionally rising to run around a bit. For his efforts he will receive 330,000.... a weeks wages.
STEMO... i watched some of it and then today sat with the popcorn for the two final gigs ..the afternoon one and the evening one...thought it was great...loved it ..did you notice at the end how she had to chuck the kid in front of the cameras in its charity shop frock ...Why do they do that ?  ;D ;D ;D

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 on: Today at 00:09:23 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by Migv6
Its inevitable. They may as well get it over with.  :y

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 on: Today at 00:09:16 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Rods2
I use twitter as my news feed. Select carefully those that are worth following and learn what is really going on. Not what the media studies Marxists at the BBC and Sky News think what my daily indoctrination news should consist of.

Have Facebook for family and friends, but I usually only check every week or two, as I really don't need to know vital news with accompanying maps and photographs, like my daughter is having a coffee at a local sh*tbucks. ???

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 on: Today at 00:07:37 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by Steve B
It just has. Pm has announced his resignation.  ;)
Another Eurozone crisis anyone ?
good...cannot wait to see it fall

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 on: Yesterday at 23:45:20 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by Migv6
It just has. Pm has announced his resignation.  ;)
Another Eurozone crisis anyone ?

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 on: Yesterday at 23:43:41 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Migv6
Meanwhile in Italy - the PM has just announced his resignation, which may well cause Italy to be the second domino to fall in the near future.
We are living in interesting times.  :)

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 on: Yesterday at 23:41:35 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by Rods2
say the No vote is going to win. Where most of Southern Europe that belongs to the Euro, are in trouble with their economies, where interest rates etc have always been set to suit Germany, unlike the other southern states Italy's economy is too big to bailout. :o :o :o

8 Italian banks are in big trouble and have been kept afloat so far through various Italian Goverment, ECB including their Italian head Mario Draghi shenanigans, where a Government bailout, isn't actually a bailout! ::) ::) ::) Since Cyprus, share and bond holders are mean't to be bailed in first. Now here Italy has a massive miss-selling problem along the lines of a phone call from your bank as you have life savings earning less than 1%. We can offer a much better rate for your savings, do you want us to send you the forms to transfer to a higher rate? Yes please. Sign the forms where marked and return to me and we will do the rest. You have just signed up to transfer your life savings from a 100k Government guarantee account into bank bonds or shares. Many have already made losses by being bailed-in 90-95% in some cases. This is now likely to become 100% for the 8 banks in trouble. The weaker ones, without Italian Government and ECB support are likely to still go bust. I hope we have triggered Article 50 BEFORE we are called upon to help with the support Gordon McRuin signed us up for. :(

The further bad news is that even if we duck McRuin's bail-ins another EU economic crisis will affect us and our exports. I won't cheer you up further by listing the other EU banks that are also in intensive care, but that does include UK's RBS. :(

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