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Watching a report on Sky News this morning about the Autumn Budget. Well, not really paying too much attention to it. My eyes were drawn to the £xxx trillion government debt owed. I couldn't fucking believe it. IT WAS INCREASING BY £15,000 A SECOND! That's more than my net income per annum. Every second! O.o

Jesus Christ. Is anyone else depressed by this or is it just me?

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57 minutes ago, UmBongo said:

Watching a report on Sky News this morning about the Autumn Budget. Well, not really paying too much attention to it. My eyes were drawn to the £xxx trillion government debt owed. I couldn't fucking believe it. IT WAS INCREASING BY £15,000 A SECOND! That's more than my net income per annum. Every second! O.o

Jesus Christ. Is anyone else depressed by this or is it just me?

It doesn't seem to bother any of our politicians.

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21 hours ago, UmBongo said:

Watching a report on Sky News this morning about the Autumn Budget. Well, not really paying too much attention to it. My eyes were drawn to the £xxx trillion government debt owed. I couldn't fucking believe it. IT WAS INCREASING BY £15,000 A SECOND! That's more than my net income per annum. Every second! O.o

Jesus Christ. Is anyone else depressed by this or is it just me?

To be honest your annual net income doesn't depress me.

But I can see why it might make you miserable :CryBaby:

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15 hours ago, Cunning Plan said:

To be honest your annual net income doesn't depress me.

But I can see why it might make you miserable :CryBaby:

:D I'm really knackered at the moment from decorating so my current posts are perhaps poorly worded.

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