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Well done Eire.lol

thisoldman
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Well done Eire.lol


Well done to the rebublic of Ireland for contributing to the fall of the euro.  we hope portugal and spain will now follow you, especially Spain.
With RBS holding 95 billion of irish debt it will be a shame to see the wee people of scotland scrambling to get their money out of rbs, soon lol, and it will be ven funnier to see |Santander  fall after their takeovers in uk
Lets even hope the yankees get involved in korea and then we will see the mighy dollar hit the floor.
A great Xmas  (soz  to strat) is in store for shortsellers on currency markets and the futures markets are looking good for 
euru sceptics Smiley.
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Re: Well done Eire.lol

It is not just Scots, I will be taking my money out of RBS as my branch has been sold to the Spaniards. Interestingly the staff at the bank  seem to be in denial that there is anything going to change when they become Santander.
I have already had my Abbey savings account switched to Santander.
My problem is I don't know the safest place to put the money. * goes to looks under mattress
pierre_pierre
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Re: Well done Eire.lol

a hole dug in floor under mat under bed, so you dont fall in it
pierre_pierre
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Re: Well done Eire.lol

or looking a the Box last night bye a water bottling plant
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Steve
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Re: Well done Eire.lol

I bank with RBS In Scotland and the Scottish branches will not be affected, Also Is It really that hard to spell Christmas the proper way?
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Re: Well done Eire.lol

Sadly there is no such thing as a trustworthy financial institution Cry

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A great Xmas  (soz  to strat)

No problem.....although you should know better Wink
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I bank with RBS In Scotland and the Scottish branches will not be affected,

RBS owned branches in Scotland that are branded as NatWest are also being sold to Santander.
thisoldman
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No problem.....although you should know better Wink

My dearest Strat  you are quite right i have  better things to worry about than abbreviated words.
For your info the genesis (how appropriate) of the Xmas word lay in the users total disenchantment with the growing hypocrisy of the Christ mas  season. hence the X indicates the original users displeasure.
Do you get cards etc   from people you have never seen or heard from  for ages and ages?
You are no scrooge. I think, for what its worth, that you are one of the more pleasant people in here.
dick:green Quote tag fixed.



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Re: Well done Eire.lol

Actually an X or cross has traditionally been used as an abbreviation for Christ since medieval times.  Roll eyes
John