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Daily Archives: April 14, 2012
Here are some facts: 1.The target bond sales for Italy and Spain in 2012 are given here. Reuters: Experts estimate Spain needs to raise about 177 billion euros gross in 2012. This compares with Italy’s plan to raise 450 … Continue reading
source and full article :http://namawinelake.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/the-nama-top-30-developers-where-are-they-now/ Comment: I’m pretty sure you won’t be seeing them in your local dole office anytime soon more likely they are sunning themselves on the cot azure. How many of these bright sparks are getting paid … Continue reading
Hundreds of angry protesters have stormed Garda barricades at a Labour Party conference. Crowds of placard-waving campaigners broke through security lines to picket the Bailey Allen building at NUI Galway, where the coalition party was holding its annual party meeting. … Continue reading
All I want to add to this video clip is be an individual decide what you want to ware and what you want to do with your life do not just your so call betters tell you what to do!What … Continue reading
Hi Thomas, As if things aren’t bad enough here , we now have Twisters in Bray !! he he Take Care !
Josiah Charles Stamp President of the Bank of England in the 1920′sPresident of the Bank of England in the 1920′s and the 2nd richest man in Great Britain, 1880-1941) This German poster is a quote is from him translation underneath ! … Continue reading