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Piggybank

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    Piggybank got a reaction from BackyardBullion in 100g Hallmarked Backyard Bullion Bars - Hallmarked   
    I'll have one to. thanks
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    Piggybank reacted to Oldun in Wealth Tax   
    Hmmm, I am assuming you are not old, sick etc....a responsible government using taxes wisely is not a bad thing. i fail to see why people disagree with this.
     
    Added 0 minutes later... That is a ridiculously general and vague sweeping statement to make.....please take out your own rubbish tomorrow....and pay for your kids education in full...
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    Piggybank reacted to KDave in Crypto firm boss dies with the only password to £145,000,000   
    Gold is good money. Fiat is a good means of exchange.
    Crypto was trying to take those concepts and put them together, but has failed at both. Fiat is still best for trade. Gold is still the best money. Crypto is poor as an exchange mechanism and poor at being money. This article is just one example why; too reliant on third party infrastructure, too reliant on the competence and honesty of other people and far too fragile.
    Reminds me of this; 
     
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    Piggybank reacted to HelpingHands in Moving Money From Bank To Home Safe   
    There are only £100 notes in Scotland.  I think it's because they are too tight to break a large note.
    If there was a shortage of cash you'd be better having a pile of £5 notes and coins.   
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    Piggybank reacted to Xander in Moving Money From Bank To Home Safe   
    I heard a guy in Yorkshire got arrested for breaking into a £1...they let him off as it was the first time he had ever done it.🤣
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    Piggybank got a reaction from Shaunbarry in New member   
    Hi and welcome to the forum
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    Piggybank got a reaction from SeasickDave in SeasickDave new member   
    Hi and welcome to the forum
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    Piggybank reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    But the situation is no different from 2016. Where it has been asked people say they voted for a No Deal Brexit. They say this is what was in their minds. It certainly was in my mind. The way it was presented especially by the remainer campaign, this was a WTO, 'No Deal' Brexit. The country said leave. Nothing has changed. If the politicians did what the people wanted the UK would have left the EU, No Deal. Trade deals would have been struck and this would have been behind us.
    Remainers, traitors and the various escaped mental cases claim things are different but they aren't. The claim is made to get another vote and this time make sure the vote comes out as a decisive remain. Then we wouldn't hear another word on the subject.
    " tyranny of the majority" - that is what is called democracy. The alternative is a tyranny from Brussels.
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    Piggybank reacted to StackerNoob in Brexit status ...   
    I think something that Remainiers keep forgetting in this whole debate is this: We Brexiteers, while not wishing economic turmoil, are more than prepared to weather the storm to see our vote enacted. The leave vote was not based on GDP numbers, it was based on a feeling in our gut that this was necessary and the right thing for the country LONG TERM.
    In any case, the impact of a no deal is being massively and hysterically overstated. The UK, Ireland and EU have all said they will not be the ones to build a hard border in Ireland, so where is the issue? The head of the Calais ports has said they have already prepared for no deal and there will be zero disruption.
    The only issues will be those that are fabricated by people. If people want this to be hard they will make it hard. And that includes all of us as citizens.
     
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    Piggybank got a reaction from Rugbyplayer in New and Learning!   
    Hi and welcome to the forum
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    Piggybank got a reaction from shawy2510 in Half sovs   
    Can I have the 2000 and 3 x 1982. Thanks
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    Piggybank got a reaction from AuricGoldfinger in 🎅 Christmas Prize Draw 🎅   
    Nope! We did exchange messages a few weeks ago and he said he would send but nothing since
     
    If @AuricGoldfinger does not receive his or her Christmas Prize,  I am willing to donate a 1oz  silver coin.
    I hate people getting ripped off.
    @Bullionbilly can you keep me updated. Thanks
     
     
     



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    Piggybank got a reaction from AuricGoldfinger in 🎅 Christmas Prize Draw 🎅   
    Nope! We did exchange messages a few weeks ago and he said he would send but nothing since
     
    If @AuricGoldfinger does not receive his or her Christmas Prize,  I am willing to donate a 1oz  silver coin.
    I hate people getting ripped off.
    @Bullionbilly can you keep me updated. Thanks
     
     
     



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    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
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    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
  16. Like
    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
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    Piggybank reacted to Agpanda in Best quality silver   
    dont forgett pandas 🤔
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    Piggybank reacted to Xander in Gillete advert   
    Whatever happened to multiculturalism. Looks more like a social experiment gone pear-shaped. 
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    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
  20. Like
    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
  21. Like
    Piggybank got a reaction from Roy in Friday Discussion: *IS* your home an asset?   
    My partner and I own our home out right since  2002.  For us it has been a blessing. Since my heath took a very drastic turn for the worst in 2012 
    Having no mortgage payments to make and known we had always have a roof over our head made us feel more secure in unknown territories
    Moving forward both of us now has now got  private pensions and also have small home businesses.
    For me it is an asset and always will be.
    My mother always said  " make sure you have a house that you have paid for and your troubles will at least be halved "
    IMOH  she was right
     
     
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    Piggybank reacted to caloundracats in Gillete advert   
    Well use them up, no point in wasting them. 
    In a year Gillette may have another ad that annoys you!
    I for one am getting very tired of all this 'me too' syndrome. Can't people think and act for themselves. Oh to be one of the crowd - thank goodness I'm not!
    Seems everyone is on the bandwagon about all sorts of nonsense just so they can appeal to a certain demographic! They forget the vast majority of other demographics that are not self-serving shallow people who have minds of their own and who treat people, both men and women with respect and also understand the upbringing of children who need guidance and discipline as well as love an cuddles.
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    Piggybank got a reaction from AuricGoldfinger in 🎅 Christmas Prize Draw 🎅   
    Nope! We did exchange messages a few weeks ago and he said he would send but nothing since
     
    If @AuricGoldfinger does not receive his or her Christmas Prize,  I am willing to donate a 1oz  silver coin.
    I hate people getting ripped off.
    @Bullionbilly can you keep me updated. Thanks
     
     
     



  24. Thanks
    Piggybank got a reaction from AuricGoldfinger in 🎅 Christmas Prize Draw 🎅   
    Nope! We did exchange messages a few weeks ago and he said he would send but nothing since
     
    If @AuricGoldfinger does not receive his or her Christmas Prize,  I am willing to donate a 1oz  silver coin.
    I hate people getting ripped off.
    @Bullionbilly can you keep me updated. Thanks
     
     
     



  25. Thanks
    Piggybank got a reaction from AuricGoldfinger in 🎅 Christmas Prize Draw 🎅   
    Nope! We did exchange messages a few weeks ago and he said he would send but nothing since
     
    If @AuricGoldfinger does not receive his or her Christmas Prize,  I am willing to donate a 1oz  silver coin.
    I hate people getting ripped off.
    @Bullionbilly can you keep me updated. Thanks