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    Once more with feeling

    Gosh, this certainly is a development:
    ‘The property cycle analyst has returned’.
    Hold. Me. Back.

    Perhaps one of the lessons that Kieran has to keep repeatedly learning (until he gets it) is to...
  2. Fair enough. That's probably a fair point re...

    Fair enough. That's probably a fair point re slotting into how a programme 'thinks'. Funny, that was just my issue with MYOB. Ha!

    Good that that you've got a solution that works for you.
    ...
  3. What an unpleasant comment, anonymous Damap. But...

    What an unpleasant comment, anonymous Damap. But I see you're new here (at least that's what your profile indicates).
    Do we know each other?

    - P
  4. I'm using QuickBooks 2013 (for Mac) which does...

    I'm using QuickBooks 2013 (for Mac) which does all I need -- I use it for three co.s -- but it hasn't easily got the import-your-NZ-bank-statements-directly functionality of some of the other options...
  5. Well, since you ASKED ...

    EE website is taking orders now Shane — MP3s/PDF and Audio CDs/hard copy.

    I won't put a LINK because such shameless promotion is frowned upon by the PT obergruppenführers. :lol:

    cheers, - P
  6. Summary/review of MARKET UPDATE 2013

    Thanks for your interest in discussing the recent MARKET UPDATE 2013 event.
    Here's a review of the evening and some of what was covered:
    ...
  7. Cat Skinning 202

    Yes, of course you're correct Donna.

    I guess interested PT forumites could follow that 'signature' hyperlink, if they wanted to, and then search for "re-heating" and it'll take them right to the...
  8. Caught my eye ...

    Aw shucks. Is this what Dark Lord Voldemort feels like? "He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named"

    ... well, in my case, linked to ...?

    Even when it's relevant, Donna?

    - P
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    A guess on your part? Looks more like mischief to...

    A guess on your part? Looks more like mischief to me.

    (1) No new blogging laws are before Parliament; (2) there aren’t any/weren't any posts containing ‘defamatory’ or ‘misleading information’ on...
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    red herring #2

    Cheers, thanks. I forgot to mention it.



    Thank you for reading my blog. No such 'ban' occurred.

    - P
    No anonymous sock puppets were harmed in the generation of this post.
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    red herring

    How inventive. That made me smile. Thanks. What a red herring. There is no legal action involving me or The Paepae.

    Not that it's relevant in ANY way, but my recordings at the 'cup of tea' event...
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    Just like old times ... smeared by a sock puppet

    That's an incorrect and uninformed statement. And, of course, an anonymous one -- whoever "postiive thinking" is.

    Unlike some who have sought to manufacture an image of impressively quick 'riches'...
  13. Dave, there's a significant difference between...

    Dave, there's a significant difference between being a 'Registered Financial Advisor' and an 'Authorised Financial Advisor' ... this is from the FMA site






    There's also a criminal and...
  14. Public preaching vs private behaviour ... this...

    Public preaching vs private behaviour ... this from yesterday ...

    http://www.thepaepae.com/wp-uploads/2011/08/Michele-Bachmann.jpg



    ...
  15. Cheers kapitibeanman, yes, I take your point. In...

    Cheers kapitibeanman, yes, I take your point. In exceptional circumstances (war, invasion, revolution) even land and buildings can be exposed ... I heard a doco on the BBC a while back which covered...
  16. Ha! Nice reference. Yes, agreed....

    Ha! Nice reference. Yes, agreed. Out-of-the-ordinary things can happen.

    A Twitter pal of mine quoted Neil Jenman yesterday: http://twitter.com/#!/neiljenman/status/101205375314956288
    ...
  17. Olly Newland on latest market turmoil - interviewed by Peter Aranyi

    I spoke to Olly Newland earlier this week about the US credit rating drop, the HUGE volatility of world markets, effects on investment trends, interest rates, the local property market etc.
    Have a...
  18. Yes, I agree with this sentiment. Labour has...

    Yes, I agree with this sentiment. Labour has suffered from a lack of (perceived) 'point of difference' from John Key's pragamatic National Party ('Labour Lite').

    Being perceived as whacking...
  19. Another dose of financial hyperbole ...

    Good grief. Good spotting Xav. Really? Would you describe that as similar to hydraulicking?

    If this is taken at face value: a USD$60,000 margin between what the property is selling for on...
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    Evolution

    Good on you David. I think I half-suggested this very worthwhile thread resembled a blog .... good to see.

    - P
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    Anonymity - real value but sometimes used cynically?

    Quite a good article from someone I follow on Twitter ... Matthew Ingram

    Anonymity has real value, both in comments and elsewhere



    As I've said before, I (reluctantly, but unequivocally)...
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    Oh dear, I think I swallowed a moth! Quentin, my...

    Oh dear, I think I swallowed a moth! Quentin, my dear chap, it seems to me that's what you do all the time. [And speculate about what people 'know' ... as you are 'no doubt fully aware'... ;) ]

    Re...
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    Why do you think that is, Quentin? Why is the...

    Why do you think that is, Quentin? Why is the default position of many of those whose actions or statements are questioned/highlighted as dubious on PropertyTalk to threaten "litigation" against PT...
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    TLL: Quite right. Life's too serious a lot of...

    TLL: Quite right. Life's too serious a lot of the time.
    Most of the time it doesn't matter a hoot who people are ... but sometimes, well, horses for courses, I guess.

    - P
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    Hi Kerry, Are you saying you want those...

    Hi Kerry,

    Are you saying you want those details for everyone posting advice/opinion/comments on a forum? That seems unlikely to happen.

    An internet discussion forum is, by its nature, a bit of...
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