Twitter Updates for 2008-09-26

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  • Honda – MusicLink is uterly rubbish, its not that difficult to get the iPod to pass the track/playlist names to the screen – BMW can do it. #
  • Christmas is that close, iTunes shuffle its like Mr Claus is picking the songs. #
  • I have an empty wallet, maybe I can have some of Wall Streets Bail Out money. I am sure there is more than enough to go round. Fail #

Ryanair – Your Signal of Doom Awaits

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“Irish low cost carrier Ryanair is just a few weeks away from launching in-flight mobile phone service.” Gadling.com

There’s nothing quite like being the architects of your own destruction, its bad enough that you get nothing on Ryanair flights (well you actually paid nothing) but now as another extra you can pay to call home and discuss the weather.
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The $700bn Question?

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So what does $700bn get you? Simple it bails the people at the top of the money food chain out, and gets the ordinary man into more debt.

The more and more you look at the so called finicial crisis (greed karma) the more and more you see people feathering there own nests, the greed that got so many banks into this problem, is still there and apparently more prolific than ever. Not content with making a mess of their own systems of finance they want the common man to pay for their mistakes, and bail them out – yet again.

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ITV: Your Problems Michael Grade

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“Google and YouTube are parasites. It’s all about content; the rest is just railway lines.”

You utter clot, YouTube living off the great content that ITV are making – CelebAir another brilliant way to spend ITVs budget. I am sorry but you have complete lost touch with reality and ITV deserves to loose its place on the FTSE100, business man exploits whatever tool available to them when in a corner, ITV resorts to cheap shots.
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Confessions of Economic Karma.

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With Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy and AIG looking less solvent than it should, you would have thought that banks would have stopped been greedy and start looking to solve there only problem. 

What caused the problem – greed – on a scale that should have never been allowed, bundling ever big bad investments and selling them as good ones, the net result being that the banks can no longer stay solvent, and are dropping like flies. Look at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, between the two companies they secured over $6 trillion of mortgages in the US, and they couldn’t stay solvent.
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