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  1. Yes. But right of hard-left is kinda central. It's like everyone even remotely normal is described nowadays as far-right by the oddbods on the telly. (Understand my personal view is that the terms left and right have no meaning now)
  2. Anything over 10% is theft, historically speaking. Tithe and all that. Edit : it looked like I was disagreeing with you. On the contrary I agree with you completely.
  3. "Conspiracy theorists are more likely to be criminals and to approve of other forms of anti-social behaviour" If "crime + antisocial behaviour" are redefined to include what used to be the normal behaviour of ordinary working folk, then yes. I only know one "conspiracy theorist", a completely law-abiding bus driver. None of the crims I know of are "conspiracy theorists". Odd eh?
  4. This is the inevitable result of a modern democracy, how can it even end up differently?
  5. Silver price is really jumping, just a short blip?
  6. I think the dragon is a great way to use the tall shape to frame the design properly, a very nice dragon. Queen looks OK too.
  7. I had no idea wiring in the new cooker required a qualified driver. Should I pull out all the plumbing I did too? Remove the stoves? Maybe I should take out that engine I put in the car last year. Good thread Mick.
  8. I think you are experiencing a dealer's "premiums", which are surcharges added mostly to popular products to lessen demand at a certain time, not related to the spot-price at all. Wait a bit and get a different price.
  9. That is a bizarre, but clever, image on that there eoooro coin. Not quite enough to repeal the brexit, mind.
  10. I'm surprised the tenners haven't been shelved : paper notes are better, just keep making 'em harder to forge.
  11. All buyers miss the time when silver was £10-ish.
  12. As the pound exchange rate suddenly strengthens (general election announced) the sterling silver price takes a dive. I'm not going to do the maths ... is this expected??