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#91
mrposhrat - 3 Oct 2009 // 10:13:36

When did Trakiya pass away then? ;-)

#92
mrposhrat - 17 Sep 2009 // 21:46:32

Brits probably look very much alike to Bulgarians. Scousers (People from Liverpool) are not known for their honesty and integrity, and it could be that Sankey was just trying to 'muddy the water' to get his mate off the hook. The victim was 100% sure that it was Shields, and what reason would he have to lie? But there is some doubt about the conviction, so a pardon is probably the best compromise. The sad thing is that the victim will never get compensation now. Maybe the true culprit should make an anonymous donation? But, I suspect that whoever actually did it has no honour!

#93
mrposhrat - 3 Jul 2009 // 06:45:21

Typical Labour politicians' adherence to silly rules. Straw, you idiot! The UK might be in less of a mess if you might happen to engage your brain and apply a bit of common sense!?

#94
mrposhrat - 29 Mar 2009 // 06:06:44

Ex-Communist fantasy statistics!? :-)

#95
mrposhrat - 22 Mar 2009 // 17:12:01

George, you probably meant 'bottom out', but 'bottom up' is probably a more likely scenario! Bottom up, with your head in the sand :-).

#96
mrposhrat - 22 Mar 2009 // 17:05:04

Add in the 20% depreciation of TRY against EUR, and that makes it 60% lower in EUR, BGN terms. Given the depreciaction of GBP and RUB (20-30%), could be a quieter summer season in BG this year, and possibly almost empty in 2010. BG needs to wake up to the fact that in difficult economic times, the only way to survive is to cut costs and improve service.

#97
mrposhrat - 10 Mar 2009 // 13:12:56

When the Western banks realize that the mutri have been running an apartment building ponzi scheme (pretend that you've sold one complex with the monies from loans to build two more), while creaming off the construction profits. Maybe the Western banks will have to write off 10 Billion Euros. The only solution then will be an IMF bailout and a currency float.

#98
mrposhrat - 6 Mar 2009 // 00:24:40

If 70% of debt is intra-bank, maybe the Governor is preparing everyone for an IMF bailout and a currency float, as per what has just happened in Armenia?

#99
mrposhrat - 4 Mar 2009 // 22:56:22

What is the source of this article? TUI and Thompson have cut summer capacity by 20% already! Is BG the exception for some reason? Or, is this article just wishful thinking?

#100
mrposhrat - 2 Mar 2009 // 18:25:34

So, it's got to be an IMF bailout and a currency devaluation then!? :-)

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