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TheSyrup Posted on 23/06/2020 17:48
4th July
 
 
Breakfast in the Highbury Cafe
Haircut
Emsworth pubs for the rest of the day
Yess
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dsmg Posted on 23/06/2020 17:49

4th July

 
I always thought you wore a wig
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Cressers Posted on 23/06/2020 18:03

4th July

 
Covid two weeks later.
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exgaffer Posted on 23/06/2020 18:37

4th July

 
Almost definitely not Cressers.

Most people have nothing to fear from COVID, and many have had it and got over it without even knowing about it.

Some friends of mine, both in the Ďat riskí group both by virtue of age, and medical conditions, caught the virus.

Both of them were over it in a week.

Some people die of it of course but then people die from lots of things.

Life is a risk, thatís about the size of it.
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TheSyrup Posted on 23/06/2020 19:20

4th July

 
Cressers =
The glass is half empty ...Type of Person
The vast majority = The Glass is Nearly Empty ,I must get to the Bar.
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BilltheCat Posted on 23/06/2020 19:26

4th July

 
"I always thought you wore a wig".

Me too! I assumed his handle was XXXXXXney rhyming slang:

Syrup of figs = wigs
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 23/06/2020 19:35

4th July

 
Ease up with the ďwigsĒ ffs, you are only one wrong letter away from losing your job
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Cressers Posted on 23/06/2020 19:42

4th July

 
Don't you mean Whigs?
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dsmg Posted on 23/06/2020 19:46

4th July

 
Naughty, Smirnoff
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 23/06/2020 20:02

4th July

 
Only if you have a naughty mind moosh.
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Cressers Posted on 23/06/2020 20:19

4th July

 
What's that on your head?

Link: A wig.
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 23/06/2020 21:38

4th July

 
All these people who are planning to go out just because the restrictions are being lifted are selfish and evil.

They clearly donít give a sh.it about the NHS, or how many they infect and kill.

STAY AT HOME.
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corporalpunishment42 Posted on 23/06/2020 22:20

4th July

 
I'm going with what the scientists are saying, not the worzel puppet in an oversized suit jacket that's ignoring them.

Enjoy the pub. I'll be at home.
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 23/06/2020 22:34
Edited On: 23/06/2020 22:49
4th July

 
Hear hear corporal.

Ricky will join you.

Not like, together, cos that would be against scientific advice. Ricky meant in our respective homes.

Together we shall report how virtuous we are on social media.

Hurrah the virtuous, and damn the irresponsible. Just you wait for the second wave you utter cu.nts.
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muschi Posted on 23/06/2020 22:44

4th July

 
Ricky baby it's Hear Hear (the words of this fine fellow).

tut
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 23/06/2020 22:50

4th July

 
Like thatís totally what Ricky typed dude
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Isaac-Hunt Posted on 24/06/2020 08:54

4th July

 
Ricky mate,you sound as though you are at the end of your tether.
Chill
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exgaffer Posted on 24/06/2020 09:06

4th July

 
Those would be the scientists who canít agree and most of whom have got it totally wrong so far then corporal? 😁

Good luck with that one.

We are not designed to be at home, we are designed to go to the PUB 😁 🍺.

Iíll be fecking queuing up ffs.
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muschi Posted on 24/06/2020 09:38

4th July

 
The thing is, how long can the government go on with little taxation income before the country is bankrupt?

Billions have been borrowed to keep people from mass unemployment and poverty how long can it go on?

How long can they go on paying the OAP?
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exgaffer Posted on 24/06/2020 10:15

4th July

 
The government came dangerously close to bankruptcy during the lockdown, it canít go on paying out money it doesnít have.

So all of you who rely on government benefits had better pray the economy opens up fully as soon as possible.

People have been living in a fantasy for months, sitting around doing nothing can be very appealing but it has to be paid for.

The socialist money tree is bare of fruit.
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yellowcheesemonkey Posted on 24/06/2020 10:25

4th July

 
OH totally.
The whole world seems to be borrowing more and getting less in income.
TBH ..We are f**ked unless thres some miracle economic upturn, but the sooner everyones back working, drinking and pleasuring themselves the better.

On a lighter note -i want to know when its going to be OK for me to pull a strange woman again .. wasnt in the July 4th easing [:D]
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DeepBlue Posted on 24/06/2020 10:49

4th July

 
Gaffer

The cost of coronavirus is indeed huge. They reckon it could end up at about 300bn for the year.

But to put that into perspective the banks bailout in 2008 cost 500bn.
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 24/06/2020 11:03

4th July

 
Weíre going to need some serious growth from somewhere to pay back all this debt, or the whole house of cards is going to come tumbling down.

And when it does, the lockdown enthusiasts will be the first to complain.

Thatís good advice Isaac [^]

YCM - just how strange are these women you want to pull? Dr Ricky is happy to sign off on this course of action with immediate effect.
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BlueView Posted on 24/06/2020 11:06

4th July

 
I'm somewhat confused about all this borrowing of money.

1. Who is lending it and so who does it have to be paid back to?
(I borrowed from the Halifax so had to pay it back, with interest to them)

2. If the whole world is borrowing money, does it mean no country, when compared to each other, is worse off?
(My mate and I were paying off a similar mortgage, but still had similar holidays and nights out)

3. Who in this world has been sitting on all these trillions and trillions of cash just waiting to lend it out?
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BlueView Posted on 24/06/2020 11:06
Edited On: 24/06/2020 11:08
4th July

 
Does anyone with a finance background know the answers?
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TufnellChimes Posted on 24/06/2020 11:17
Edited On: 24/06/2020 11:17
4th July

 
Hey Gaff, the socialist money tree is heavily laden with fruit. But its in the Cayman and Virgin Islands and our current government are more than happy for it to stay there.
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Bluestow Posted on 24/06/2020 11:28

4th July

 
Brexit is set to cost the UK £200 billion in lost growth by the end of this year
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Bluestow Posted on 24/06/2020 11:31

4th July

 
Exgaffer, where is the evidence that the UK government came close to bankruptcy?
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TheSyrup Posted on 24/06/2020 11:50

4th July

 
The government in my opinion made a grave error in the furlough scheme and spending my hard earned tax money on propping up possible failing companies and the general populace to the extent of 80% of their wages.
It should of been a mortgage deferment and rent holiday and food subsistence package once a week.
Itís a very bizarre situation that for the 1st time ever the government have paid the wages of millions of people which is a mad socialist idea and they are still getting pelters from the left.
Itís a funny old world and Iím glad that I have made prudent decisions in the past and Iím insulted unlike most of you lot.

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jezzer Posted on 24/06/2020 12:07

4th July

 
They're getting pelters for their shambolic handling of the whole Corid-19 affair and rightly so. However, as you have indicated in your post it's the fee marketeers and the gammon types who are wetting their knickers over the furloughs.
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DeepBlue Posted on 24/06/2020 12:38
Edited On: 24/06/2020 12:40
4th July

 
Syrup "the government have paid the wages of millions of people which is a mad socialist idea"

Yes, govenrment doing something good for the ordinary people instead of rich people is indeed a bit socialist. But not 'mad socialist' in the same way as bailing out the banks was at a far higher cost was 'mad capitalist'.

IMO the furlough scheme is about the only thing they got right in all this - it will enable the economy to recover more quickly than it otherwise would have. But they were too late to prepare the NHS in the years and months before despite the warnings, too late to go into lockdown by at least a week costing thousands of lives, too soft in the lockdown rules - a tighter lockdown like in Italy would have been more effective, too late to recognise the care home issues, too late with track & trace and incompetent when they got round to it, and too late coming out of lockdown, because as soon as the threat to the NHS being overwhelmed had passed they could have relaxed it all much earlier and protected where needed. The reason the death toll is so high, and the reason the economic cost is so high, is due to the mistakes they have made. We could have been in the same position as Italy and Spain a few weeks ago without those mistakes.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 24/06/2020 13:04

4th July

 
Boris is a buffoon, as are most of his cabinet and mistakes have been made. But who would have handled things better? The British curse continues. That being we ALWAYS end up with a political elite governing us that are unfit for purpose.Lions led by donkeys.
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TheSyrup Posted on 24/06/2020 15:53

4th July

 
65000 dead roughly from a population of 66 million,Stop Whining .....Your still alive you waste of skin.
I would of let the likes of you starve and then you may reasonably have an excuse for moaning.
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exgaffer Posted on 24/06/2020 16:50

4th July

 
Actually it was 1.2 trillion Deep, all but 5% of which has been recovered.

The difference being that banks are inherently profitable and have a means to pay the money back. The COVID bailout is effectively dead money.

Jezzer, the free marketeers and gammon types are the ones who make the money. Without them youíd be living in the fecking Stone Age. That does appear to be the desired destination of the lefties 😎.

How the feck are you going to charge your phones up then ffs 😂.
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jezzer Posted on 24/06/2020 17:08

4th July

 
Thanks for emphasising my point Gaffer [^]


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TheSyrup Posted on 24/06/2020 17:27

4th July

 
Jezzer were you named after the other Fcuking dinlo who got his ar5e kicked by Boris the Blade.
If so my condolences on your impediment.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 24/06/2020 17:29

4th July

 
Gaff, all that quantitative easing disappeared in share buy-backs and dividends, thatís real dead money. Furlough money is going to be spent like its the average salary outgoings - it will cycle its way through the economy.
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exgaffer Posted on 24/06/2020 17:38

4th July

 
Nope, the amount (less 5%) has been recovered Tuffers.

The furlough money might be circulating in the system but it is owed to the taxpayer and the people spending it have no way to repay it.
The result is a tangible increase in the already huge national debt.
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Bluestow Posted on 24/06/2020 17:41

4th July

 
Exgaffer, 1.2 trillion? Can you point me to a link on that.

Banks are not inherently profitable. Northern Rock?

Supporting businesses and employees so they get back to work as soon as the lockdown finishes is not dead money; corporations and billionaires sitting on piles of cash, is.

Free markets have bought advantages but youíd have to be deliberately obtuse not to accept its rapacious nature.
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jezzer Posted on 24/06/2020 18:04

4th July

 
I'll live with it Syrup, keep your wig on.
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northstandgeorge Posted on 24/06/2020 19:10

4th July

 
Well RBS alone was 45 billion. Since when shares have been sold at a considerable loss. Goverment still owns about 60% of RBS which they paid about £5 per share. They currently trade at about £1.20. So I'm not sure where the recovery of all bar 5% figure comes from.
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TheSyrup Posted on 24/06/2020 19:19

4th July

 
I believe that the government have taken Hundreds of millions already from selling off parts of the bank.
Donít forget that RBS was in dopey coont Gordon Browns constituency of Fife.
No scandal there then[;)]
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TheSyrup Posted on 29/06/2020 18:12

4th July

 
Tick Tock
Sanity will soon be upon us
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TufnellChimes Posted on 29/06/2020 18:43

4th July

 
Yup, and then you'll be sorry. [8)]
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TheSyrup Posted on 29/06/2020 19:28

4th July

 
Why
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