attilaattila Post time 2012-5-20 10:40:30

This post was edited by attilaattila at 2012-5-20 03:40

Oh, of course if you think not repaying your debts is fair and normal, then I agree with you...
Oh dammit if there is CDS, high interest rate, due to you might  default, than it is of course fair and normal.

Revolutionar Post time 2012-5-20 10:41:31

In the poker game that follows the next election between Merkel and Greece, I can see clearly the new left  in Greece will win by a mile.

Greek people will vote left to give him more powers in the poker game to follow.

Revolutionar Post time 2012-5-20 10:43:27

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The only way the Europeans can solve their Euro crisis to to delacre war on the Anglos!
For it is th ...

On the contrary I think the best way to solve Europe problem is to put a bomb in your ass.

MisterPanda Post time 2012-5-20 10:58:36

attilaattila Post time: 2012-5-20 10:40 static/image/common/back.gif
Oh dammit if there is CDS, high interest rate, due to you might  default, than it is of course fair ...

Well, apparently 21st Century revolutionars consider repaying debts is not important...

I wonder if Revolutionar could lend me 50K, I need some money to invest in a business. I won't repay him, of course, but that would make me a real good revolutionar, and not a Queen Bee slave !

Mishao Post time 2017-8-23 06:20:26

The problem with Greece is it neurotically bouncing between all 4 options.
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