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Member Since: Fri, 2nd Mar 2012

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Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 484

Last Posted: Sun 20:36


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Sun 20:36

B1gdeano............... All it is is a made up nonsense! At least here it is gold backed and can be used like cash. Blockchain is the prize, not bloody bitcoin! No crypto has worth!
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I take that question back B1gdeano, my apologies
Sun 20:32

B1deano...i agree with your concept of bitcoin, however, you wouldn't by any chance just building up to criticize Goldblock-Mastercard at a later stage?
Sun 19:13

When Does it Make Sense to Partner Up?
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R I G H T ............N O W !

Any deal, any price, with anyone at any price with ANY of the compounds. At least it would set us up without the need to raise cash...plus could set the mood for other deals with any major anywhere in the world?
Sun 19:06

twit i wasn't plugging VAL I was answering jeffa's post, just comparing how they have duped us investors over the years with their constant fundings and wild promises of 'a deal' with major partners. My apologies if i have upset anyone.
Sun 18:56

I was listening to LBC, Clive Ball talking on NHS funding, i didn't get the name of who he was talking too (spokesman for the NHS) said that currently they are making cuts all over the place and of particular note, every third light bulb is removed (or turned off). Does this indicate some breach of safety measures? I would have thought that energy savings using our technology must be high on the agenda. Currently the NHS spends over £750m a year on energy and rising. Implementing savings cuts with new technology can be made with a combination of cuts all round, effectively having a massive impact which would help cover the overall costs.

https://www.buildingbetterhealthcare.co.uk/news/article_page/FEATURE_How_the_NHS_can_spend_less_on_energy_and_more_on_people/143631

“It is critical to demonstrate when many changes are undertaken together, the savings can be immediate, with payback periods as short as 4-5 years. After that, it’s all big savings,” said Ponsford.

“Even a typical small trust estate is capable of reducing energy consumption by as much 18%, with a reduction in energy spend as high as 24%.”

A thorough inspection of the building fabric and its thermal properties, along with rooves, windows, doors, flooring etc, forms an important step of the final evaluation
A comprehensive evaluation, combined with a committed implementation plan using the right specialist contractors ensures it is possible to achieve guaranteed savings, which not only reduce consumption, but carbon emissions.

“There is the potential to save millions of pounds over the period, which can be better invested in improvements to medical facilities and even patient care,”
Sun 16:53

jeffa......Spiral of death in my book. All in my opinion of course.
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I agree..look at VAL dilution after dilution then a consolidation and repeating all over again. If we get another placing it should be on the back of some positive news and do it above 0.6p. If VAST is good enough band they prove then a placing higher than 0.6p could instili confidence?
Sun 16:44

uncanny..........muktipes of teh
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Are they out of Star Wars?
Sat 23:22

First tellys were black and white. My dad spent all night fiddling with the picture controls every night adjusting the aerial then sat down to watch What's My Line followed by Rudolph Nureyev ballet. This was new to us and i remember my dad watching in shock at Nureyev in his skin tights and saying to my mum, he defected out of Russia. My mum said it looked like he came over sitting on a shovel, lol Then the Interlude...a man making a clay vase, the weather then some news...then at 11pm close. A voice came up and said not to forget to pull the plug out,. My dad was glued to the screen all night, then as he turned off the tv he watched the picture diminish into a small dot. Still glued to the screen he'd say " Rubbish, frigging rubbish" he he
Sat 23:01

forgot to add, when i got to work i phoned my mum and she couldn't hear me and i her, i was shouting loud..she was shouting back...silly old moo had the mouth bit to her ear...lol
Sat 22:56

Make you right Zib, i remember getting my mum on the phone in 1981 and the telephone engineer said we'll ring you in 30mins to makev sure the connections are ok. All my mates were there looking at the first phone in the street waiting for the ring. When it rang it made my mum jump...it was like a luxury. Funny part was we didn't know who to ring as no one in our family had a phone. But what a boost when job seeking..good luck.


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