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    China - time lapse building 15 storeys in 6 days

    Er, isn't Chinese productivity and GDP per capita significantly lower than American? Did they make a profit? If not then their productivity was negative!
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    The existing airline charging model is dead - once this catches on

    which is why passenger weight should be one of price segmentation atrributes, but probably not the only one. it may well be that Samoan's are so fat that the airline doesn't need to worry so much about cube out!
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    The existing airline charging model is dead - once this catches on

    this is such an obvious price segmentation it's a wonder it's not already being done they still pay less that a man, typically difference in weight of average UK male and female is 16.1kg typical weight gain during pregnancy, even when fully pregnent, is 12.5kg http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11534042 http://www.babycentr...in-in-pregnancy
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    speaking of honesty, it would be dishonest to pretend to agree with your opponent’s posts when you know them to be factually incorrect and/or logically retarded. in a debate is it often a good tactic to try to find out the root cause of the disagreement . I did this in post #37. unfortunately, my ‘opponent’ (LOL) has no interest in the root cause and would rather hurl strawmen at me, then ask me to stop posting on this thread , than to address any of the 3 points in said post. no person has ever owned any land. see post #37. thank you for further evidencing that you are not actually reading my posts before you reply to them. I didn’t post that I was waiting for the world to become perfect, and for you to suggest that I did is just another strawman from you. no squeezing required, the less squeezing the better. the statists just need to stop squeezing the peasants onto 0.00000001% of the land etc, then they won’t need reparations (or ‘entitlements’ as you call them like a gov't parrot) . again, if you decide to stop feeding a rabbit that you have caged, you let it out the cage FIRST. speaking of practical, have you heard of the 80-20 rule? anyway, the issue really is not that the aristos should lose their state handouts before the doleys just because the aristos' handouts are bigger (tho there is obviously a case for that)- it is that the doleys can’t possibly make ends meet in a system designed to create x% unemployed resource-denied-peasants due to the monopoly advantages of the aristos, so the aristos’ state handouts need to go first. [facepalm] the aristos and doleys are not waiting for each other to cut. the aristos run the country and the doleys do not, therefore the aristos will make the decision and the decision will be that the doleys take the cut.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    oh dear, there you go again: except this time instead of 'view' you've used 'your own way', 'feel' and 'make it out' maybe one day you'll learn to debate the actual subject matter rather than posting personal crappisms. falsely labelling the facts in my posts as opinion does not make them go away. I made three relevant points in my last post, which you have just completely ignored, so there wan't even any point in you replying to me. I did not 'make the world out' to be a 'prison' (pathetic strawman argument there, Bubb). I merely posted a number of facts and logical arguments that accurately describe the situation (and which you have been woefully unable to disprove or argue against): 'the aformentioned book has found 70% of land is still owned by less than 1% of the population' 'better just accept that forcing people out of 70sqft rooms makes f*** all difference, when you could fit 186,685 such rooms on the 300 acre Normanby Hall estate alone. ' 'there are over 60 million acres in Britain' 'the common fields in that area were inclosed in 1790' 'but it is not ‘their estates’, it is simply large areas from which the peasantry are repelled by state violence.' 'the solution is not to 'squeeze' the aristos, the solution is just to stop using the violence of the state to enforce 'their estates' (plus any other restrictions to natural resource access) then the reparations can end without cruelty.' now how does you moving to HK falsify any of the above? it doesn't, so stop posting gobsh1te!
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    Bubb, I've been looking thru your posts to try to find what is preventing your comprehension here. I think it is one or more of these three things: 1. a lack of understanding of what 'land ownership' actually is 2. you are looking at this in terms of 'wealthy' vs 'poor' rather than as 'architects of state control mechanisms' vs 'victims of state control mechanisms' 3. your last post referencing the USSR in particular indicates that you are oblivious to the fact that the vast majority of wealth is in he hands of individuals who are wealthy because of the state, not inspite of it, and that that wealth has been taken from others.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    [facepalm] the taxation system (and other gov't force) takes from the many and gives to the few. to get more equality you don't tax the rich - you just need to get rid of the taxation system (and other gov't force) yes, exactly. comapre Stalin's quality of life with some dudes in a gulag.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    why share the pain when you can end the pain? a class of people who have been created by the elites. presumably when you say 'asking' you actually mean 'forcing'?
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    there you would be wrong. the fundamental problem with gov't is its method of funding itself (see sig); not how it then spends said funds. the solution is indeed to cut gov't interference, in this case specifically for the gov't to stop using violent threats to control people's whereabouts etc (a process often called 'land ownership' in newspeak) these entitlements reparations are needed until the people are set free from their somewhat elaborate cage. think rabbit on a much bigger scale. why the f*** would you want to stop feeding the rabbit rather than just let it out the cage? no, the taking happens at the gov't funding stage, and when access to the common fields, coal mines etc was violently taken from all but the very few. how many bedrooms does the Queen have? how about the 12th Duke of Marlborough? Duke of Westminster? I don't see much evidence of the oligarchs cutting back when looking at West End property prices, other tax havens, and don't see how this is relevant anyway - you are not required to do something just because someone else is doing it the solution is not to 'squeeze' the aristos, the solution is just to stop using the violence of the state to enforce 'their estates' (plus any other restrictions to natural resource access) then the reparations can end without cruelty.
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    The Population Bust - what will the impact be?

    this doesn't chime with the fertility rates for US on google data. rate drops 'like a stone' from 3.65 in 1960 to 2.45 in 1968. in 1968, the rate actually increases slightly. by 1972, the rate is already down to 2.01, lower than in 2010, so it's not evident that legalisation of abortion in '73 had much influence. https://www.google.co.uk/publicdata/explore?ds=d5bncppjof8f9_&ctype=l&strail=false&bcs=d&nselm=h&met_y=sp_dyn_tfrt_in&scale_y=lin&ind_y=false&rdim=region&idim=country:USA&ifdim=region&hl=en&dl=en&ind=false&q=fertility+rate+america
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    views? it is a fact that government control of people’s whereabouts is the problem here. whenever I post a fact you don’t like, you always say it is my ‘view’ oh, and my posts are consistent, thank you. if you stick a wild rabbit in a cage, you will need to feed it else it will starve as you have restricted its natural resource access to the point where it cannot fend for itself. same applies to humans and inclosure etc. if you don’t want the expense of buying rabbit food, the obvious solution* is to release the rabbit, not to starve it to death in the cage. *unless you’re mentally disturbed or something.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    if not reaching for an ad hom, then why did you bring up how much tax I pay? if you could be arsed using google, you might have found that the common fields in that area were inclosed in 1790 as summarised earlier in this thread by IgglePiggle: The political classes systematically remove any viable lifestyle for the poor, then bitch about them being "benefit scroungers". fixed. when you have forced scarcity to such an extent, houses just get built in the few places they are permitted, even if it is a flood plain. also interesting that you use the term ‘Entitlement’ in relation to landless peasants, rather than to titled descendents of Norman aristocracy. but it is not ‘their estates’, it is simply large areas from which the peasantry are repelled by state violence. no, I do not advocate the government doing anything. government control of people's whereabouts is the problem here (see my previous line) yes I have. it is nonsense both morally and practically. morally, these people have already been FORCED off the land and FORCED in 101 other statist dictats into being excluded from having a viable lifestyle and now you want MORE FORCE to further restrict their access by another 70sqft or so. when the problem could be solved by removing the force already in place practically, I’ve already posted that 186,685 such plots could fit on just one 300 acre estate and there are over 60 million acres in Britain, so it really doesn’t make one billionth of a chicken’s testicle of a difference. but, as I’ve told you many times, a consensus doesn’t make a fact.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    well no, not unless you're hoping to create an ad hom to distract from the nonsense you've posted on this thread. and on top of ad hom being about the lowest form of debate, there's the possibility that my tax status doesn't even allow you to make the ad hom that you're hoping it will. no, better just accept that forcing people out of 70sqft rooms makes f*** all difference, when you could fit 186,685 such rooms on the 300 acre Normanby Hall estate alone.
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    the aformentioned book has found 70% of land is still owned by less than 1% of the population because there isn't a problem on the other end
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    wtf? do you seriously think freeing up a 70ft space in the corner of some council houses is preferable to freeing up an aristocrat's 300 acre estate?
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    Britain's New Bedroom "Tax" : starts in April

    bingo. squeeze supply out of the Middle Class? how about squeezing supply from the landed gentry? pitching middle class against the poor is f***ing retarded when about 40,000 familes control 75% of the land mass: recommended reading: http://www.amazon.co...l/dp/1841953105
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    Savers bend over and take it for Britain

    don't you have to lend or invest something to get a return on it, rather than save it? fixed.
  18. 4. is the only problem here. 1-3 are consequences that would not otherwise be possible.
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    Savers bend over and take it for Britain

    well exactly.
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    USA Pessimisim is overdone. Financially speaking things are getting better

    if they are competitive, then they don't require funding from a monopoly (government)
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    Savers bend over and take it for Britain

    the same could be said about a 50p coin. or a quarter. and what about a £5 note? clearly what you have written is not a definition of pound are these pounds?: Multimillion counterfeit currency gang jailed so it's not odd to call people with no saving 'savers' then? all these abstract bank account 'balances' could be wiped out tomorrow, yet grain stocks, oil reserves etc would still be there. and yet you accuse me of being abstract! if you're into dictionaries, you can check the difference between effect and affect.
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    Savers bend over and take it for Britain

    so what is a pound? which part of post 2 is opinion? again, they are not savers.
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    USA Pessimisim is overdone. Financially speaking things are getting better

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYkl3XlEneA
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    UK House prices: News & Views

    doubt mortgage rates will rise much. there is a finite number of state thugs (~80,000 polis) and thus a practical limit as to the rate at which debt serfs can be forced from their homes and kept out. http://www.zerohedge...stest-pace-2009 well TBTP chucked us off the land some 250 years ago, denying us access to most natural resources etc, so PAYE serfdom is the only option for most
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    Savers bend over and take it for Britain

    you have an odd definition of 'savers'. savings are what you get when production exceeds consumption and damages. being owed a nominal amount of undefined fiat currency by an insolvent fictive legal entity (an incorporated bank) does not evidence any such goings on.
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