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Old Jul 10, 2014, 6:01pm   #32
 
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 6:38pm   #33
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Golden nuggets dont taste the same either
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 7:54pm   #34
 
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There was a time I would turn the telly on and be sure of a good laugh with Dad's Amy. The Good Life, Morecombe and Wise, Porridge etc. but sadly the modern comics ( so-called ) are hopeless. The young are just so UN-funny that I can't even bother to watch anymore. I think the dipsticks at the BeeB probably agree as there are plenty of repeats.
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 8:03pm   #35
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there was a time i would turn the telly on and be sure of a good laugh with dad's amy. The good life, morecombe and wise, porridge etc. But sadly the modern comics ( so-called ) are hopeless. The young are just so un-funny that i can't even bother to watch anymore. I think the dipsticks at the beeb probably agree as there are plenty of repeats.
i thought this about newman and the other one ( MODERN COMICS)

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Old Jul 10, 2014, 9:51pm   #36
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Bloody SB company keeps cutting my internet connection every time the market has a decent move.
Nothing do with internet provider of cause.
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 9:57pm   #37
 
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Bloody SB company keeps cutting my internet connection every time the market has a decent move.
Nothing do with internet provider of cause.
You know I've had that feeling too. 'Convenient' outages at times of high volatility.

Intertrader was down for 40 minutes today while the Dax was doing a fandango.
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You know I've had that feeling too. 'Convenient' outages at times of high volatility.

Intertrader was down for 40 minutes today while the Dax was doing a fandango.
It is strange I use a wireless connection looses all the net.
Just seems to be around the move times, only lasts for about 30 seconds.
Going to also get a fixed internet line and see if I have the same problems.
Might all be in my mind.
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 10:07pm   #39
 
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postman started this thread Sugar Nazi's !

First we had the tobacco Nazi's you know those people who didnt want to be killed by your second hand smoke, so fecking selfish some people.
Then we had the alchohol Nazi's who think the demon drink is evil and no one should have so much as a suck on an old sock that was dipped in Gin lest they go crazy and beat someone to death after fleeing the scene of an D.U.I accident and then puking in your doorway.
Now the sugar Nazi's are out claiming there should be an extra tax on sugary stuff because its the devils spawn and will kill you even if you look at it.

We never had that sort of thing when I was a lad and I'm ... cough cough cough ... hack hack hack ... as fit as a butchers dog whose been gnawing on a bovines spinal cord.
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Old Jul 10, 2014, 10:08pm   #40
 
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It is strange I use a wireless connection looses all the net.
Just seems to be around the move times, only lasts for about 30 seconds.
Going to also get a fixed internet line and see if I have the same problems.
Might all be in my mind.
Your as sane as I am mate! Theyre all out to get you.
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Old Jul 11, 2014, 1:20am   #41
 
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Am I the only person who watches BBC TV weather forecast to find out what the weather will be? - (waste of time usually because they over-egg it all in case they do a Michael Fish Hurricane again). Because ........ all I seem to get are specific forecasts for Wimbledon / World Cup / F1 / cricket / darts / local ferret-racing championships etc. Are their followers not savvy enough to know where their sport is located on the weather map? [perhaps you will understand better by knowing that our house is a sport-free zone]
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Old Jul 11, 2014, 8:49am   #42
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[QUOTE=postman;2361040]You know I've had that feeling too. 'Convenient' outages at times of high volatility.

Intertrader was down for 40 minutes today while the Dax was doing a fandango


I,m not surprised they are market makers and would of lost money whilst the Dax was Fandagoing .(lol) Trying desperetly to cover your trades bless em.
Who cares where a price comes from, i dont ,but i do care what they do with that price hence i trade with stp and ecn brokers ,even they can get last look if they so desire.

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Old Jul 15, 2014, 11:44pm   #43
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Well looky here. This is typical...one law for us and NO law for them....but we're all in it together...right !

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Old Jul 16, 2014, 12:30pm   #44
 
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You know I've had that feeling too. 'Convenient' outages at times of high volatility.

Intertrader was down for 40 minutes today while the Dax was doing a fandango


I,m not surprised they are market makers and would of lost money whilst the Dax was Fandagoing .(lol) Trying desperetly to cover your trades bless em.
Who cares where a price comes from, i dont ,but i do care what they do with that price hence i trade with stp and ecn brokers ,even they can get last look if they so desire.
Hah ! I suppose people might also think that Spread Bet companies, akin to book makers, hate winners and, therefore, manipulate prices to limit the meagre winnings of such lucky? traders! But thats a myth, right?
(Warning: Irony in action.)
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Old Jul 18, 2014, 7:16pm   #45
 
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postman started this thread Government's who get really angry when the Gold price is manipulated and yet dont see the dichotomy when they manipulate their equity indexes.
Maybe its because they weren't controlling the Gold price manipulation.
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