That is the trouble when you put the dot in the wrong place sorry about that, Meer spotted the deliberate mistake, .22 is an air rifle just uses pellets 500 in a tin and not bullets, possibly strong enough to kill a rabbit, pigeon, squirrel, but we only shoot at targets. However, if they cross the boundary it is a different story, the farmers uses a double barrel shotgun.
Any forecasts for Lloyds, or can I stay on the bus for another stop at 65p? GLA
Don't know if any Rothschild's live on IoW, yet they may have a marine villa or something at Cowes.
I know hit men like the .22 as, if used in automatic weapons it can be easily silenced (unlike me), a revolver I seem to recall is more difficult to sound moderate due to gasses escaping from the necessary gap betwixt the cyclinder and barrel.
See I learnt something. Yet most of my fathers guns were antique and not safe to fire. He did however own many handguns and was a member of a gun club, and used to shoot at Newtown and Sainham ranges on the IoW.
Once he let me fire a .44 magnum, and the kick from it was incredible and because if it, I missed the target completely. No wonder the mafia use .22, which I think is the most common calibre in the world.
Used to be a million million in the dark ages when I was a whippersnapper.However, as with most things we have suffered devaluation and Americanisation and as such a billion is generally thought of as one thousand million. If all things were to remain equal and HMG were able to sell all their holding at 62.7p then they make a profit of 1.7p per share based on there never never land break even price of 61p ie a "paper" profit of £476 million. Just checked the market capitalisation of RBS which according to Yahoo is currently £22b at 336.7p per share.The latest break even price I have seen for RBS is £5 per share (a coincidently nice round number).So HMG are in the hole to the tune of £10.7b. The shares will need to rise 50% to reach the latest break even price.But they have risen by a similar percentage since Sept 2012. Given that the UK economy in general is looking brighter and if there are no more banking scandals in the closet then a similar rise in a similar time frame is not out of the question. So I predict they will wait till RBS break even and presumably Lloyds are still in the black (an equal rise of 50%, 31p would make the Lloyds "profit" £9 bilion (ish) and then sell or giveaway as a vote catcher (the latter not likely in my opinion) in early to mid 2014
The picture you painted of your land sounds simply wonderful - completely off topic but I had to sign in to voice how wonderful it sounds! I can only hope that when I am of an age and bank balance that allows it that I have something similar!
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