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I Just Want a Bloody Stamp..!

July 7th, 2009

All you want to do is post a letter. So when did going to the Post Office become such a ridiculous ‘hard sell’ experience? I ask for 1st class postage. I just want my package weighed and the price. That’s it. Is it valuable? None of your business. I asked for 1st class postage, that’s […]

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Shock News: UK Recession Over..?

June 11th, 2009

Yup, it’s true. The UK recession may actually be over. Are the newspaper headlines screaming out the good news though? Of course not – there’s lots of other far more depressing stories they can fill our day with instead… Economy Grows Two Months In a Row The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) […]

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Free Shares From me2everyone..?

February 25th, 2009

This young internet upstart is causing quite a stir online. By giving away free shares to members when they join (for free), it has managed to rapidly go from 0 to 188,455 members in just 1 month! Before they even know what they are joining..! The free offer is still running, so you can join […]

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Google Goes Crazy – And May Harm Your Computer..!

January 31st, 2009

Has Google gone nuts today..? All my search results are showing the dreaded ‘This site may harm your computer’ message. So either Google is having a funny turn, or my laptop has been taken over by aliens, or worse! Even Google.co.uk and Google.com are reported as potential harmful… Aliens, Google or has Kaspersky let me […]

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Cashback Cards Are Top – They Work!

January 22nd, 2009

It’s official, cashback cards are top of the pops. I mean, these days consumers want (and deserve) better from their credit card providers – am I right? So why should we put up any longer with cards with an annual fee. No need to. What about cards with crazy high interest rates? No need to. […]

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