superduperman
The stock market is practically invincible, if people keep buying, buying, buying. . .whether the buying be stock or goods or services. . .
--The_Lex Fri May 4 07:12:05 2007
Assuming you're being serious, one link for you pal:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_bubble
--Kirk Fri May 4 08:13:05 2007
I was mostly kidding, but interesting article.

But hey, if people have the disposable income and the Central Bank doesn't pull hard on the leash. . .. Frankly all rather complicated. . .
--The_Lex Fri May 4 15:22:13 2007
What reason other than tax eviaosn could there be for Goldman Sachs Group to set up three subsidiaries in Bermuda, 5 in Mauritius  15 in Cayman Islands? Why did Countrywide Financial need 2 subsidiaries in Guernsey? Why did Wachovia need 18 subs in Bermuda, 3 in the British Virgin Islands, and 16 in the Caymans? Why did Lehman Brothers need 31 subs in the Caymans? What do Bank of America's 59 subs in the Caymans actually do? And AIG, why does it have 18 subsidiaries in tax-haven countries?
--Eric Fri Jul 13 11:43:16 2012
My 4yr old son is currently atnidteng a local soccer school and although he enjoys the coaches, the facilities are very poor and are a little over crowded, as he is very keen I would like to bring him along to West Kirby Panthers as I have heard good things around your academy programme, my 7 yr old son is also keen to join as he has a few friends from Dawpool school who are currently with you. I was hoping you could let me know of spaces and availability.Kind RegardsDave Edwards
--Julius Sun Apr 14 10:42:15 2013

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