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Share Price: 0.2675Bid: 0.265Ask: 0.27Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 1.89%Open: 0.275High: 0.28Low: 0.265Yesterday’s Close: 0.2675


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Doughnuts
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30 Nov '14
or an 18 year-old Bushmills.
 
Doughnuts
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30 Nov '14
Bagel, that's what all the folks who can't have one say.
Oh, and all the Tuareg drivers too, to help convince themselves they are driving something better.

A chassis is a starting point. Then you have to build a car's personality, handling and presence. I think they've done a good job. Their sales seem to support that view.

Personally I'm much more into the pre-1996 air-cooled 993 twin turbos but I must say the Cayenne S is a real treat for a sporty living room feel on wheels.
Doughnuts
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30 Nov '14
Actually I'm more likely to be having a Guinness, a Jack Daniels or a fine prosecco.
allmoyne
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car
30 Nov '14
More of a back seat driver myself............... greed is good..........

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ThLmJzH6LU
Bagel
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30 Nov '14
Nutty

A cayenne is a tourag with a Porsche badge...
Bagel
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30 Nov '14
It will be easy spot you in Mulligans Nutty.

You'll be the lad drinking the cocktail with loads of umbrellas !!
"He who dares wins" and all that...
aclaw
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Check writer ? Allied Irish Bank..
30 Nov '14
Warren Buffet the CEO of Berkshire hathaway, which is heavy into banking.. They own Goldman sacks, Bank of America, Wells Fargo , insurance companies, even railroads..a classic Barron of the 21st century..warren could actually walk into noonans office and write a check on the spot for whatever price they agreed upon Allied Irish Bank - AIB...., it would probably have to be a larger sized check to fit all the 000,000,000,s
aclaw
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The checkwriter ?
30 Nov '14
...the only check writer I know who has this amount of available cash in his pocket is the owner of Berkshire hathaway ...
aclaw
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..the check writer?
30 Nov '14
Noonan claims a check writer from the U.S. was prepared to buy the whole of AIB this past week...also claims the govt will start selling off AIB in portions over several years , govt will not sell Bkir 14% stake yet..selling AIB in portions is the same strategy used by spain in bankia ... If AIB starts to move, it will move Bkir also..

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/michael-noonan-i-have-defined-what-the-squeezed-middle-is-1.2018822
allmoyne
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jag
30 Nov '14
don't Minder .lol





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