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Old 01-31-2011, 07:43 PM   #11
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Just seen our Dave half leader of the coalition going on just now about how the NHS is going to get tons and tons of extra cash ,and that how all the other cuts in services / jobs and massive rise in prices will be a price worth paying and that we are all in this together. Talk about bulls#it Wish i had turned the sound up loud enough for the plants in my garden to hear now .Would have done my roses the world of good. Might have even won best in show
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Smile How a bailout works

'The rain beats down on a small Irish town. The streets are deserted. Times are tough. Everyone is in debt and living on credit. A rich German arrives at the local hotel, asks to view its rooms, and puts on the desk a €100 note. The owner gives him a bunch of keys and he goes off for an inspection.
As soon as he has gone upstairs, the hotelier grabs the note and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher. The butcher hurries down the street to pay what he owes to his feed merchant. The merchant heads for the pub and uses the note to pay his bar bill. The publican slips the note to the local hooker who’s been offering her services on credit. She rushes to the hotel to pay what she owes for room hire. As she puts the €100 note on the counter, the German appears, says the rooms are unsuitable, picks up his €100 note and leaves town.

No one did any work. No one earned anything. Everyone is out of debt. Everyone is feeling better. And that is how a bail-out works.'



A big pile of bullshit from the Financial Times. The braindead author of this economic fairy tale simply denies the fact of involved interests, and that no one owes another the exact same amount of money.
But in face of this dumb hypocritical ignorance it exactly explains why we now had to swallow this bitter pill. Atlas shrugged? My ass!

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Bullshit of a different nature, but bullshit just the same.

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Any product that has CASHBACK as a sweetener is dubious imho

For one your being over charged and second you have to wait for the 'discount' to arrive
which as some who have purchased such goods can tell you can take 6-8 weeks



Where do you start with the Telecommunications Industry

They've surpassed the previously opaque finance industry for their level of pure SPIN which puts forward hundreds of possible combinations purely to make it impossible to make an informed choice

Combined bundles arent always the cheapest option and that stinks


last but not least

The Insurance Industry and their flood policy

You'd think if you had a flood policy you'd be covered if water came into your home from where ever...apparently not....seems theres a view that a flood that is rising isnt a flood

Thats complete bullshit but typical of an industry concerned with one thing
Paying out as little as possible

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While i'm on a roll

Foods that get the tick of approval from a supposebly impartial tester
The label of the heart foundation is a good example



http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/si...s/default.aspx

$330,000 buys Maccas(McDonals)the tick of approval

http://www.theage.com.au/news/nation...524026024.html

All testing is paid for by those wanting this badge of health

Turns out the badge doesnt pick out the healthiest products but the least harmful in each category so you have the ridiculous scenario where products with 30-50% of saturated fat(and god knows what else ie unlisted trans fats)with a label that screams healthy

To the smart shopper who understands labels the tick will be useful but the real damage will be those who dont seeing obvious junkfoods as now having a tick that says their healthy

The least worst scenario falls so short of the bar its not funny

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One wonders how this many(8 million)could get past quality control and into the hands of the consumer

Sandy Bridge recall rippling through the industry

Intel chip-set recall leaves manufacturers scrambling, could bring multi-billion-dollar knock-on effect on hardware and software industries
By Woody Leonhard | InfoWorld


On Monday Intel announced it had found a fatal flaw in the 6-Series "Cougar Point" chip set used in the new Sandy Bridge processors -- the second-generation i5 and i7 processors many of us have been waiting for. The company immediately stopped shipments of the processors, causing the entire PC manufacturing industry to hold its breath in anticipation of the fallout.

The problem revolves around a bug in the SATA 2 (3Gbps) ports that, over time, can result in extreme slowdowns. Fixing the problem entails swapping out the faulty "B2 stepping" chip set (possibly the entire motherboard) for a "B3 stepping" chip set. Although the defective motherboards were only available between Jan. 9 and Jan. 31, 8 million of them went out the door. It will take months to get enough B3 boards into the pipeline to replace the old ones, and industry analysts figure Intel will spend about $1 billion atoning for its sins.

AnandTech has a thorough technical analysis of the source of the problem -- namely, a transistor that's being fed too much voltage. The transistor is a vestige of an earlier design retained in an engineering oversight, and it can be completely disabled without any ill effect. But in order to disable the transistor, the entire chip set (or motherboard) has to be replaced. There's no rush, though, because the degradation takes years. That's still a rather hard sell for owners of the defective chip sets.

Shoes are starting to drop around the industry.

Asus announced it will allow customers to swap or return defective systems.

Gigabyte recommends that "customers who purchased GIGABYTE 6 series motherboards contact their local dealer (retail store where you purchased the motherboard) at the end of April for a motherboard exchange."

Taiwan-based MSI has stopped producing the affected motherboards. It hasn't come out with a definitive return or replacement strategy, but it does offer a temporary work-around. (With the Chinese Lunar New Year in full swing, every business in Taiwan is closed for the rest of the week.)

On the retail systems side, Toshiba has yanked all Sandy Bridge laptops, offering a full refund.

Dell has pulled the XPS 8300, Vostro 460, Alienware M17x R3, and Alienware Aurora R3 -- all Sandy Bridge products -- from its website.

HP cancelled an industry briefing set for Feb. 10, where the company was expected to include announcements about many new notebooks.
It looks like this little transistor problem will have a multi-billion-dollar knock-on effect on both the hardware and software industries. With the widely anticipated Sandy Bridge processors now held in abeyance, expect to see a significant effect on sales for the major hardware vendors, including Apple and its MacBook Pro. Windows sales should take a hit, too.

If your company's looking to buy a handful of PCs, you might want to consider waiting a couple of months. Supplies of first-generation i5 and i7 PCs have to be stretched to cover the Sandy Bridge gap. While your friendly hardware salesperson would've been glad to sell old first-generation i5 and i7 stock last week, this week the tide has changed. Best to bide your time


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http://www.infoworld.com/t/processor...e-industry-216

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More like the biggest load of bullshit ever !



Gaze out of your limo window sometime Comb Over Cameron

You`ll see services unworthy of the term , double speak to rival Orwell`s worst fantasies and a population at each others throats . Plus seven times out of ten they won`t even know what they`re fighting about unless you explain it to them.

Then again on this island English is becoming a secondary language hardly necessary for day to day benefit claiming , and in some cases looked down upon by those merely visiting to dip their crusts
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Gaze out of your limo window sometime Comb Over Cameron

You`ll see services unworthy of the term , double speak to rival Orwell`s worst fantasies and a population at each others throats . Plus seven times out of ten they won`t even know what they`re fighting about unless you explain it to them.

Then again on this island English is becoming a secondary language hardly necessary for day to day benefit claiming , and in some cases looked down upon by those merely visiting to dip their crusts

All very true, but Cameron has only been there 5 minutes.
Surely the last bunch, (that seemed to be there forever) must shoulder a good chunk of the blame??!!??
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All very true, but Cameron has only been there 5 minutes.
Surely the last bunch, (that seemed to be there forever) must shoulder a good chunk of the blame??!!??
Without a doubt fellow member

If i had my way they`d need to find a damn long wall to deliver the necessary justice needed to all those responsible !

Yet this add hock government has achieved a level of hypocrisy unprecedented in terms of speed and clumsiness.

In other words the phrase " Do as we say but not as we do " springs to mind as never before


Fact another bullshit has just sounded loud and heavy

Going by the news report it seems the bankers are up in arms over our chinless chancellors demand that they hand over 800 mill in tax

As if he hadn`t already had many sit down private greets, meets and eats at many a fine establishments with the top heads of the banks . To arrange with them beforehand just how much money they`d be comfortable giving to him , and then clawing back from us

Telling you fellow members it`s at times like this i wish i`d become a journalist

Mind you they`d have never hired me as i`m no yes man


Then again neither are the majority of us, as we`re not cock-a-roaches
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Affirmative action and female ethnic minority quotas

Surely the biggest b#llshit idea ever forced onto this country
Certainly when they hire people who dont even properly know the language let alone the structural set up of the department they will be running

Am totally at a loss
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