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    Well, Mrs Perry has another idea. Maybe Blenglish...

    Well, Mrs Perry has another idea. Maybe Blenglish didn't really
    mean inflation - widely & generally, as a noun? Maybe he meant
    price increases were not as expected? Because a price increase
    in...
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    And inflation is implicated in those things,...

    And inflation is implicated in
    those things, how, exactly?
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    I wonder if you are confusing internal debt with...

    I wonder if you are confusing internal debt with o'seas indebtedness?
    And that's gov't internal versus external debt, excluding private debt.
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    As I see it, blenglish is talking about what the...

    As I see it, blenglish is talking about what the gummint earns
    in taxes and excise, etc., and what it spends on whatever. So
    I see that as a very short cycle - one that is not materially
    affected...
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    That said, Austro, how on earth does 'high...

    That said, Austro, how on earth does
    'high inflation' reduce a country's debt?
    Or make it difficult to reduce its debt?

    Because, if high inflation does, in some
    perverse way, help reduce a...
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    What a damning indictment early on in that...

    What a damning indictment early on in that report:


    Lambs to the slaughter and the ratepayers pay the butchers.
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    Low Inflation Does Whaaaat???

    Economic Conditions A 'Challenge' - English
    20 November 2014



    Can some erudite forumite please explain how high inflation is
    necessary to achieve a current account surplus? Pretty please.
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    As I recall, the Wanganui Police Computer was a...

    As I recall, the Wanganui Police Computer was a resounding success.
    The project manager would not consider any extra wish list items,
    under any circumstances, after scoping close-off date - a fact...
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    I don't think those posits necessarily follow....

    I don't think those posits necessarily follow. I.e. contracting out versus
    in house. It's some other malaise that afflicts councils. And national govt.,
    too. Perhaps because they have the...
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    The clients don't understand? Or the IT people...

    The clients don't understand?

    Or the IT people can't explain
    it clearly enough so they do?
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    Only one 101 error? And then some!

    Only one 101 error?
    And then some!
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    The long-suffering hapless Auckland ratepayers...

    The long-suffering hapless Auckland ratepayers
    must be really browned off with all this. That
    said - and as has been observed on the forums
    in the past - new computer systems have a
    nasty...
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    Although not specific to property managers, my...

    Although not specific to property managers, my recent experiences have helped
    confirm that either there is no recession to speak of; or many NZ businesses
    give no service to speak of.

    I have...
  14. He tax it back...

    He tax it back. Well, somewhat.
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    Knowithal (noun) lacking the knowledge of how to...

    Knowithal (noun) lacking the knowledge of how to do something.
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    "These days?" These and many, many days past,...

    "These days?"

    These and many, many days past, as I see it.
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    Because - despite plaints to the contrary - the...

    Because - despite plaints to the contrary - the RTA
    is one horribly pro-tenant-biased piece of legislation.
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    http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?a...

    http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1168&d=1416349179

    Another potential dilemma is the one-size-fits-all approach adopted by banks,
    more often than not. Something like:...
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    Cher's mate, Muppet.

    Cher's mate, Muppet.
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    And more and more and more. Year after year after...

    And more and more and more. Year after year after year.

    http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1167&d=1416284410

    Stupidity: doing the same thing as before but expecting...
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    Nah - you go and ask to see the lending people,...

    Nah - you go and ask to see the lending people, then get a fit of the sneezes! :icon_twisted:



    That was my thought, too. What's the present situation with paid maternity leave, anyway?
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    Here we go again, folks How's the world...

    Here we go again, folks

    How's the world looking, now?

    Original post
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    I did phrase that badly - yes. The average...

    I did phrase that badly - yes.

    The average trend is up, if for
    no other reason than gummint-
    driven inflation.

    What I should've said was get-
    ting the peaks and troughs in
    that average is...
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    I wasn't seeking to point-the-finger. More to...

    I wasn't seeking to point-the-finger. More to emphasise
    the almost impossibility of making prosperity predictions.
    If I recall aright, you had advice you had from a certain
    guru that gave you a...
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    But if there were no buyers (or no profit)...

    But if there were no buyers (or no profit) wouldn't people stop doing it?



    Make a note: check back in 12 month's time! ;)

    Haven't you told us that you were once a financial victim of a...
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