4A47445B494B40280 wrote: Stop nit picking Topdriller, you really show your little boy self at times , troubled child hood maybe, see , I can do what you do as well to others , now grow up and behave , if you hate me that much get the admin to ban me , lets all make school yard gangs and bash the ones we hate sort of thing… pathetic.
I did indeed have a troubled childhood. When young my parents sold me to a band of travelling Gypsies and then, if that wasn’t troubling enough, a few years later I noticed a second head growing off my left shoulder. Admittedly, and once he learned to talk, I wasn’t so lonely but do you know how hard it is to get shirts to fit when the collar size is double the norm?
ps €60 per week in Carrefour is €3120 per year or 39% of your claimed total annual expenditure.
Can I please point out that surviving on 8,000 seven years ago was possible, now however I do not think it is possible.
We had no choice but to struggle years ago, we did manage very well, but do not knock it until you try it.
As for the exit from the euro, today our friends told us they went to the bank to withdraw their money, the bank had no money and no customers, previously my friends used to wait in line for over an hour.
For those finance types, on exit from the euro –
If you have a mortgage from a Greek Bank in euros will the balance be converted to New Drachmas and devalue making your repayments much less?
This was reported as a possibility in a UK broadsheet recently.