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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
If we had the warmer mediterranean climate we were promised with the onset of global warming, things might not be so bad, being poor in a warm and sunny environment wouldn't be as bad, but the miserable weather we get here definitely effects my mood more than the amount of money in my pocket. I think we are expecting another cold winter this year.
Sorry, I thought I had to get the weather in here somehow. The weather must shoulder some of the blame
Originally posted by EvanB
You can keep your cheap, mass produced junk and we will just keep our high end quality stuff to ourselves
Spoken like a true politically-correct, non-math and science college graduate with liberal leanings
Originally posted by Swanfilters
As long as the revolution is not a communist one, I would support major changes to our nation. Starred and flagged, good post OP.edit on 30-8-2011 by Swanfilters because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by eldard
reply to post by Freeborn
With brainpower like moi, I don't need to work for someone else. I also don't have a college degree.
Strongly agree there mate, as for a revolution. Right wing led or none at all.
Since a right wing nation will have zero growth, because, you know, they're all fiscally conservative i.e. they all live within their means, few will invest in such a place. Left wing nations become more progressive faster enabling anyone to make a lot of hay while the sun shines. But will eventually come crashing back down. Every 70 years or so.
Originally posted by Cythraul
reply to post by thoughtsfull
That's fascinating stuff thoughtsfull. But unless I'm being dense with my internet searches, I can't seem to find any info about the independence of Cuckfield or Lewes. Got any links per chance?
Originally posted by christina-66
reply to post by TheLoneArcher
A return to the 'mixed economy'. Take the best of both and there's no need to start from scratch.