Are You Personally Prepared For a Natural Disaster?

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  1. troy2000
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    Of course I link what you post to your own views. Are you trying to claim you spend your time posting doom-and-gloom, end-of-the-world scenarios and quotes simply as an exercise in intellectual curiosity, rather than as support for your own beliefs?

    Everything you post concerning finance and economics is directly related to the impending collapse of the world economy -- either in your own words, or the words of others. You're a one-trick pony....:(
    Yeah, I know. I have a lot of nerve actually addressing the subject of this thread, don't I?:D
     
  2. Frosty

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    I do --I think he does exactly that.

    Not so much end of the world but end of USA and the dollar seems to be his favourite target actually.

    Its his opinion,--its not without warrant though is it.

    Tell you what--put him on your ignore list, that should fix it.
     
  3. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    I doubt a good defence lawyer could find points where you, (not Frosty), addressed the question, or made any coherent response within the context of that to which you claim to reply.
     
  4. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    He has a Point you know Troy,-- I mean you use satire , sarcasm and cynicism to such an extent that your posts contains very little else regarding your point.

    Take the very last line of your last post, nothing but sarcasm that could have been easily answered with --"Oh"

    Satire and cynicism--I hate it.

    I suppose 12,-- no 13 grave yard shifts would do that!!

    Do you think you will be normal again in a few days Troy? Good luck.
     
  5. BPL
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    Ah never mind, not worthy of a response.
     
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  6. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    chuckle chuckle :D :D and this is not the "jokes" thread :eek:
     
  7. SheetWise
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    SheetWise All Beach -- No Water.

    Keep your weapons holstered Troy -- he's unarmed and we all know it.
     
  8. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    And the middle wicket must be hard with excitement... :D :D :D and Rolf Harris' "Jake the peg with a midleedleedleedle leg", is almost the same...
     
  9. Frosty

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    The pen is mighty'er than the sword.
     
  10. masalai
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    Hi Frosty,
    In this case maybe the modern equivalent "A computer attached to the internet" as opposed to a quill... - a bit late but I am in a quiet and rested mood, wishing that the beach almond not 40 ft in front of me was bearing fruit and my fridge was full of cold beer, and whilst I am in the wishing mood, my bank account was soo bounteous I must be a very wealthy (in the monetary sense) as well as in a measure of enjoyable lifestyle...
     
  11. WestVanHan
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    It's your choice
     
  12. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Aye, Paradise is quite pleasant, This one is warm (34.8deg Celsius and 32% Humidity), at present, blue skys and a moderating breeze at present... Birds are singing, water is wet and the tide is out...
     
  13. longcours62
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    Your 'paradise' is too hot for my dog ! (and my old heart !)
     
  14. Frosty

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  15. Submarine Tom

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    And were you prepared Frosty?
     
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