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Abergavenny 5

Clearly there was somthing wrong with their solution.


Abergavenny 5

Clearly there was somthing wrong with their solution.


comments (18)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Oct 2012, 01:59
Seems to have worked out just fine, Bill.
Bill Phillips: You think maybe they took everybody's cash and did a bunk?
The problem was that they didn't even have enough cash to buy a sign to fit the marquee Bill... not very reassuring....petersmile
Bill Phillips: It has a fly-by-night look to it doesn't it!
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet
  • 9 Oct 2012, 05:42
Cash is always the solution. I think that means having it rather than borrowing it. You have shown a Money video on a previous occasion Bill. They are both good.
Bill Phillips: Banks and umbrellas come to mind Chad
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Oct 2012, 06:28
Mr Money strikes again!
Bill Phillips: The love of money is the root of all evil.........
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Oct 2012, 06:59
oh yes, but there is fine gutteridge full of tree life! A fine observation! Chris and Chad are early Polish birds and diligent visitors!
Bill Phillips: Yews it isn't bad gutteridge. I wonder if Chad will find good gutteridge in Polish land.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 9 Oct 2012, 07:30
You can't get away from those wanderers, even in Abergavenny, Bill
Bill Phillips: Is that Bolton wanderers?
Money lenders are an esential part of society ... so that the bright uneducated sparks can achieve obscene interest rates off the backs of the poor. Mind you investment bankers do just the same. They are all b*st**ds.
Bill Phillips: The adverts like wonga and quick quid on the television make me want to put my foot through the screen. They are parasites.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Oct 2012, 08:45
Oh, the Polish are excellent craftsmen, esp. in restoration work ...
I hope that Ms. Merkel her visit in Greece today will survive in a better way than this etablissement!
Bill Phillips: I see the IMF has now revised its forecast for the UK and we will now be in recession this year. 0.4% reduction. It is a difficult time
Indeed Bill! Well spotted and captured.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Richard. It appealed to my sense of humour
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2012, 10:17
Looks like they have been cleaned out - nice to see you avoided the obvious choice of Pink Floyd!
Bill Phillips: Or heaven forbid ABBA!
Glad it wasn't the bank.
Bill Phillips: They would have been bailed out
Perhaps the owner had a crisis of conscience.......or is sipping cocktails somewhere sunny sad
A good choice of song Bill...I'd forgotten that one!
Bill Phillips: The latter is more likely. It is one of those records that is so bad it is actually good grin
exactly what we need (although the store doesn't look very crowded...uhmmm)
Bill Phillips: There was an item on the news here yesterday about the number of young people from Spain moving here to find work.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2012, 13:35
Perhaps their plans did not add up. I heard on Countryfile on Sunday that they are tryingt o move the market to out of town somehere; "revelopment" is planned (so another High Street clone).
Bill Phillips: Well that would be a shame because it is a lively little town and would end up dead like everywhere else.
The estate agent next door is still in business it seems.
Bill Phillips: Well that's a good thing really.
A question of solvency, solutions can be trickysmile
Bill Phillips: I wonder if growing cash from a solution would be like growing copper sulphate crystals?
Telling. Maybe Abergavenny didn't need them.
Bill Phillips: Well that's a thought.
The dreaded 'solutions' - it gets everywhere, like 'logistics' - I've even seen 'logistic soluyions'
Bill Phillips: Aaaaagh1 Makes you want to "literally" weep!

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