|yesterday 07:37||lemain||peterbarnes35 -- "There once was a time on this thread, when the quality of our idiots was far higher.I blame the education system,lol."
No. What matters to young people is getting laid. When did you last see a post on here about getting laid? The problem is that the idiots on this thread are becoming progressively older, with the 'silly old fool' milestone well over the horizon in the... read more...|
|20 Apr 2014||zimbi||Farage
• likes to see himself as the antidote to an "elite club of career politicians". Yet Nigel Farage is every bit as much a professional politician as Nick Clegg, David Cameron or Ed Miliband. He joined the Tory party at 15. He has tried to become an MP no fewer than six times. He's never exactly stinted at accessing his expenses as an MEP.
• Likes to portray himself as an ordinary bloke... read more...|
|20 Apr 2014||lemain||There's peterbarnes35 who writes a long post on computer architecture and security qualified by "I'm not a computer expert but i know a man whose a very good one." You couldn't make this up.
pineapple -- Farage does not own the issue of the EU. Farage is about Farage; he's simply using the EU bandwaggon for personal gain. He's a politician and that's what politicians do. He's hijacked... read more...|
|20 Apr 2014||jazza||A halfwit who filters anyone with opinions contrary to his own, espousing the benefits of communication tech?
Barmy's lack of self-awareness is always good for a laugh.
peterbarnes35 20 Apr'14 - 12:04 - 145712 of 145722
I do not look on UKIP, or Farage, as ends in themselves.Those Liberal councillors in the city where i live. Having lost their jobs have joined UKIP. So all... read more...|
|20 Apr 2014||zimbi||And as for the industrial revolution -remember it was built on child slavery. read more...|
|yesterday 08:45||simple7||peterbarnes35 sounds just like my grumpy old neighbour Lol.
He is all words and little action too ;) read more...|
|Wed 21:08||simple7||It would be a good sign for Gold if the miners lead.
A lot of the mining shares are looking extremely tasty, but with all my cash in web-brokers like TDW I am loathed to buy as they are held in nominee and with news today of banks reducing their deposit requirements to as low as 3% I wouldn't wish to get caught in a bank failure downdraft.
As I believe all shares would be eschewed or... read more...|
|Wed 20:57||glynthebox2||There seems to be a disconnect between the gold spot and the HUI index for the last couple of days - i.e . gold drifting ever lower but the share index moving significantly to upside - any one have any suggestions / thoughts? read more...|
|Wed 19:47||simple7||Popped back to the Peterbarnes35 er gold thread, to see not much of tha last 200 odd posts saying not much about gold. Lol
Maybe there is something significant to that?
|Wed 11:55||alexx||145826, pb35 link
"Any such move would freeze gas deliveries to the EU, since few European banks would risk defying US regulators by handling Gazprom transactions".
Could this be the start of a real battle between banking and government. This could get really nasty.
Also a good comment in link:
"tony_opmoc • 40 minutes ago
The American neocon organised and financed coup has turned an... read more...|