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  • I saw a repeat of her appearance on HIGNFY and she was made to look extremely foolish and out of her depth by Hislop, Merton and Danny Baker. whizgiggle 26 January 2012 9:38AM

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  • SonOfTheDesert 29 September 2011 4:38PM whizgiggle 29 September 2011 4:38PM

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  • The only good thing Gordon Brown ever did was keep us out of the Euro.... paleologue 14 September 2011 9:10AM anomiesettingin 14 September 2011 9:11AM whizgiggle

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  • Not only do they blankly assert that the system must change, but they seem to want to fix the problem of a fragmented and inefficient NHS by... fragmenting it further. whizgiggle 14 March 2011 10:07AM

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  • His department has put out a news release saying there will be a 252% increase in the number of people with two or more long-term conditions by 2050. whizgiggle 14 March 2011 10:39AM whizgiggle 14 March 2011 10:50AM

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  • They are the biggest users of the NHS accounting for around 50 percent of GP appointments and 70 per cent of inpatient hospital beds meaning 30 per cent of the population accounts for 70 per cent of the spend. whizgiggle 14 March 2011 10:25AM

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  • Healthcare professionals focussing on the overall health and wellbeing of the patient rather than just managing one of their conditions. whizgiggle 14 March 2011 10:59AM whizgiggle

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  • The UK - it must be a lovely place to live if you are one of the elite. whizgiggle 25 August 2011 1:27PM

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  • But the terms of the deal are so good for Berkshire preferential shares, 6% dividend, 5 billion worth of warrants that Buffet might have done it even without the expectation of QE3. whizgiggle 26 August 2011 10:28AM

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  • I know it isn't entirely free of moral hazard, but it swaps the bad debts for cash at the bank, clears the debt burden on consumers, and charges the people that have had their debt written off so that those that didn't take on debt are entirely punished even though it still isn't fair. whizgiggle 26 August 2011 12:44PM

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  • Ah, good times.

    August 12, 2007

  • That's some of the best spam I've ever read!

    August 3, 2007

  • From an excellent spam email I got:
    "Baronesses always whizgiggled at me and even youths did in the civil bathroom!"

    August 3, 2007