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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Nutsin 12:57 Wed Dec 13
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Crickets Pickle?

Willtell 11:57 Tue Dec 12
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I cannot be arsed to go through all the pages since Thickle attributed low cost of lending being down to the EU. Would you avoid getting hysterical and point me in the direction of how it is you came to worship the EU for that please H&P?

A simple explanation, a link in a few sentences please? Otherwise you will once again shoot yourself in the foot....

orwells tragedy 11:57 Tue Dec 12
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are you a mate of Dariush Gavros?

orwells tragedy 11:53 Tue Dec 12
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Dwight Van Mann 11:07 Tue Dec 12

please tell me thats actually him in that picture

Nutsin 11:53 Tue Dec 12
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Cont'd

Millions of pensioners, even if Demand isn't being hurt.

Gavros 11:53 Tue Dec 12
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its also affects debt via inflation indexed bonds and all other things.

the vastly more important factor is the targeting of inflation in monetary policy

Nutsin 11:51 Tue Dec 12
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Pickle

This was the question I answered.

Very good Nutsin. Now address the post like you have understood that inflation is nothing more than an indicator while it isn't hurting demand.

My answer
As social security benefits are linked to Inflation I would say that Inflation is not merely an indicator as it effects government spending and the incomes of mil

bruuuno 11:50 Tue Dec 12
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What a bunch of fucking clowns this thread is

Clowns shoes cunts

DaveT 11:40 Tue Dec 12
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Nutsin,
Don't worry he does it all the time. He had no idea, permanently pissed, thinks he is clever, rambles about bananas and won't answer questions.
Btw, your user name is appropriate when talking to him as that is what the karate teacher is with his missus probably as we speak

Hammer and Pickle 11:36 Tue Dec 12
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OK, my point is inflation is a reference for policy, Nutsin.

What’s your point?

Nurse Ratched 11:35 Tue Dec 12
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*coughs politely; raises hand*



Not all little bitches are in the habit of cowering.

Nutsin 11:32 Tue Dec 12
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Pickle

Cos thats how a conversation works.

You asked a question, your question was answered.
Now I understand my answer proved your point not only to be wrong but it also highlighted your lack of knowledge on the subject matter.

You were so cock sure of yourself 5 mins ago, I hate to see a grown man cower like a little bitch after he is exposed as a moron........... Time to stand up for yourself man. Show me you have a little more substance to your arguments.

Hammer and Pickle 11:15 Tue Dec 12
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Not really Nutsin.

Why should I?

Nutsin 11:14 Tue Dec 12
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Pickle you didn't respond, care to comment?



Pickle

Inflation in the USA has a huge effect on social security payouts. What with all the Baby boomers now hitting age 70, an age where they have to take their social security benefit, the Gov't has to keep inflation low otherwise the costs of Social security will rise dramatically as Social security benefits are index linked.......
With 20 Trillion in debt and a 750 billion deficit each year being added to the debt I would say Inflation is a factor even when demand Isn't being hurt would you?

Johnson 11:14 Tue Dec 12
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ag ag ag ag

Dwight Van Mann 11:07 Tue Dec 12
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Johnson 11:00 Tue Dec 12

It's Karate night alright but Pickle was dropping the kids off this time....

https://i.imgur.com/2K9RFFi.jpg


BWAHAHAHAHA

Hammer and Pickle 11:05 Tue Dec 12
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Thanks but I'll take my advice from people with more solid credentials than you, Doc.

DocMarten 11:02 Tue Dec 12
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Pickle..stay away from economics and capital markets..you embarrass yourself. And, you’ve been warned before.

If you’re not sure, and rely on a C&P fine, but state as much in your post.

Nutsin 11:02 Tue Dec 12
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Pickle

Inflation in the USA has a huge effect on social security payouts. What with all the Baby boomers now hitting age 70, an age where they have to take their social security benefit, the Gov't has to keep inflation low otherwise the costs of Social security will rise dramatically as Social security benefits are index linked.......
With 20 Trillion in debt and a 750 billion deficit each year being added to the debt I would say Inflation is a factor even when demand Isn't being hurt would you?

Johnson 11:00 Tue Dec 12
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Tuesday is Karate night, he always gets smashed on Tuesdays.

Nurse Ratched 10:53 Tue Dec 12
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Alright, this is really embarrassing, but Pickle was using that 'Mimmler' jibe for many months before I worked it out. :-(

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