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Dentist to buy behind kids’ Halloween candy



AN Ohio dentist in a US is charity children a event to spin their Halloween candy into money to foster dental health.


Craig Callen, a dentist formed in Mansfield, about 65 miles south-west of Akron, will compensate trick-or-treaters $1 per bruise of unopened candy they move in to his bureau between Oct 31 and Nov 4, and chuck in a new toothbrush as a bonus, a Mansfield News Journal said.

He is also raffling off dual children’s bicycles.

“Visiting your dentist twice a year and

Article source: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/dentist-to-buy-back-kids039-halloween-candy/story-e6frf7jx-1226174887941

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Education forced to exhibit GCSE outcome figures

Carol SteereJUST 12% of pupils during La Mare de Carteret High achieved 5 or some-more GCSEs during A* to C including English and maths this year, Education has been forced to reveal.

The pass rate including English and Maths is a benchmark used in England to decider either schools are succeeding.

Education apportion Carole Steere (pictured) announced a relapse of a High School pass rates after a doubt in a States by Deputy Jane Stephens.

The dialect had for weeks refused to recover a information.

Deputy Steere pronounced there were ubiquitous issues

Article source: http://www.thisisguernsey.com/2011/09/28/education-forced-to-reveal-gcse-result-figures/

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St Paul’s campers: We’re comfy and scheming to puncture in

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The humorous thing is these anti-capitalists demonstrators buy their coffees and tents from entrepreneur companies. Without people / companies holding risks there would be no capitalists and but capitalists these demonstrators would be but coffees and tents. They are usually doing it to try and demeanour cold and to refurbish their facebook pages.

– Frank, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17/10/2011 21:32
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bizarre thing is nobody disposed a banks giving out income like candy , a few years

Article source: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23998974-st-pauls-activists-prepare-to-face-city-workers.do

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St Paul’s campers: We’re comfy and preparing to dig in

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The funny thing is these anti-capitalists demonstrators buy their coffees and tents from capitalist companies. Without people / companies taking risks there would be no capitalists and without capitalists these demonstrators would be without coffees and tents. They are only doing it to try and look cool and to update their facebook pages.

– Frank, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17/10/2011 21:32
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strange thing is nobody minded the banks giving out money like sweets , a few years back now its all the banks fault that people have created there own debt.

– jack de molay, paris, 17/10/2011 20:20
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Police need to move them on pronto.

– adam, london, 17/10/2011 19:45
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“A child could see how we are being duped and scammed”

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK

Really????? I fear that you are letting your imagination run amuck (again). Your own naivety is in effect a tad childish. You make many assertions from time to time that simply do not stand up to scrutiny. The gold standards one is excellent which 60% of the world do you prefer to get rid of to make this daft idea work then? When the gold standard was abolished there were about 2,500 million people in the world and by the end of this month will be about 7,000 million……

– Sir Notso Stu Pidfool, London, 17/10/2011 19:16
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By reading some of the bluster by probably very nice, but unfortunately naive, people here I am really struggling to understand how waving a magic wand could create some kind of brave new world based on nothing more than their own fantasy. There are more pressing things to deal with than blindly dragging down a system of international investment that is complex and thinking to replace it with some anarchic pipe dream.

It would solve much of the worlds over-population problems quite quickly when the hospitals closed, people starved, diseases that you assumed were extinct t became virulent again and wars started over limited resources such as water and food. Given that the people of the UK rely on consuming well above their productive means we would be in trouble after a very short time.

It seems to me that a lot of people are internet experts: read a little bit without any proper deeper understanding of the subject and jump to some rather simplistic assumptions. That moderately clever but semi educated attitude does not work and is no substitute for deeper knowledge and therefore rational analysis.

All that is certain with such an aspiration is that we all lose.

– Sir Notso Stu Pidfool, London, 17/10/2011 19:02
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I wonder if “the great unwashed” ((c) normal girl) remotely comprehends that by bailing out banks the Government first and foremost bailed out depositors and bondholders. Yes, the very those who liked the yields on their investments and did not bother to know how the banks were earning enough to deliver those and how sustainable it all was. Speaking of greed some depositors and bondholders went further afield, as far as Iceland. Again, without the slightest idea as to where the high returns were coming from. Then the music stopped. Should the Government let Northern Rock go under and not bail out its mid-to-long term investments in overheated real estate market, funded by short-term money markets? It could. Only then you lose your deposits, your retirement accounts, your bonds, your equity and you lose your loan portfolio to a much sharper provider. And NR staff loses their jobs. Including 20 grand a year tellers, back office people, IT developers, accountants and the lot. And credit markets seize up even more as banks fear to lend to each other i.e. business loans dry up and so do mortgages. Is this the grand vision?

– Legal Immigrant, City of London, 17/10/2011 18:55
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On the face of it Normal Girl is perfectly correct in her opinion. However, it is not quite so simple as that. During the boom times from the Millenium onwards we were doing alright. Sure people were moaning and groaning about the coast of living and wars and rumours of war, but generally we were doing alright. Then along came the banking crash of 2008 when virtually overnight trillions of wealth suddenly disappeared. Like the dinner plate said to the teacup and saucer when the magician whipped the table cloth away, WTF was that? as they settled down again. To my way of thinking, why was the worlds money supply forced to constrict so severely, leaving the world economy teetering on the verge of collapse? What happened to all the money? What is money anyway? Who decides how valuable it is? More importantly, who holds possession of all that missing wealth? If money can disappear – just like that, then could my mortgage suddenly disappear too?

– Higgnoraimus, Birmingham, 17/10/2011 18:44
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lets all quit our jobs, cease all forms of mental and physical exertion and talk loudly about things we dont understand

– phil collins, london, 17/10/2011 18:24
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So let me get this right, I work hard for my salary (although I work in banking, I am absolutely not what you would describe as a “fat cat banker” – I wish!) and I pay taxes and like @Daddy, Kensington I pay off my credit card every month and have no debts, so what’s the problem? I understand people being upset about the bank bailouts and I can definitely see the point to the arguments against this, but then had the government not bailed out the banks (particularly HBOS and RBS), the country would be in even more of a mess than it is now, as think how many people in the UK have all their savings and mortgages etc with these banks. What actually is it that you want? The banking industry to turn out the lights and go away quietly? Yes, because that’s a GREAT idea isn’t it, think how much tax said bankers and all the other bank employees are paying, let’s just scrap all that shall we? Oh and when the millions of bank employees are then on the dole because you’ve got rid of our industry, that a good idea too? We won’t be supporting the great unwashed, we’ll be joining them and making their lives a whole lot harder (as the overall pot the government has to spend will remain the same size, but you’ll have all these extra millions of people having to share it. Yes, brain box idea that one

– Normal girl, London, 17/10/2011 18:06
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It’s getting colder at night – wonder how many will still be there if it rains?

– Martin, Bromley, 17/10/2011 17:58
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Neil, Islington What a joy at last to find someone with a modicum of sense.

– Sir Notso Stu Pidfool, London, 17/10/2011 17:58
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What a waste of time.MPs are laughing at them.Unless they intend to burn down MPs houses and get rough with them,nothing will change,MPs just dont want to listen.

– dave, london, 17/10/2011 17:52
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Camping outside St Pauls, or taking over Peternoster Square, wont affect the bankers one bit. The only people that will be affected will be church goers and and visitors. Such ‘camps’ have an initial curiosity value for a few weeks only, after which the camp will turn into a smelly rubbish dump and public eyesore, just like the Parliament Square protest camp did. I doubt the church will be so accommodating when it does. When the camp does finally degenerate into the unsightly mess of Parliament Square the City of London police commissioner and the City of London authority should then remind the church authorities that they ‘invited’ and ‘encouraged’ the campers to take up residence and that it is now their sole responsibility to take the appropriate legal action to remove them from what is, in effect, private property and the campers simply trespassers and squatters.

– pete, coulsdon, 17/10/2011 17:32
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“It’s a Conspiracy”, aka “Conspiracy Factualist”, aka “Neil McPhee” …. you’ve been OWNED on here today!

– BM, London UK, 17/10/2011 17:11
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I don’t hear of any Polish or Indian banks having a hard time as their wealth is being created by their citizens working in the UK and living to their means by sending home what little is left over. My Grandparents were the UK wealth creators, my parents enjoyed the wealth their property and pensions created and I’m left trying to aspire to what they had and what little I have as the cost of living has gone way beyond the norm of reality. Happy to bank with the Bank of England and buy my gas and electricity from them as well, sit back and watch the private companies who offer very little in the way of value add go to the wall. People buy what you need NOT what you want and always question what you’re being asked to pay!!

– Bazza Boom, Happy Hampshire, 17/10/2011 17:08
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“English teacher Samuel Mack-Poole…has recently converted to Islam…”, and will work “for the Saudi royal family.”

What some people will do to get a job!

– Whitgifter, Croydon, UK, 17/10/2011 16:17
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If the banks are allowed to continue in their inhuman legerdemain with other people’s wealth, then we shall all be living in tents. Perhaps people don’t fully realise that both sides of every war are funded by the banks. Men and women are laying down their lives…for the banks. People vote…for the banks. The banks are at the heart of our whole toxic way of life. WAKE UP!

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 15:47
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Jamie: “Ok, the majority will not understand the nitty gritty of the Banking world”. Bingo – this is exactly it! I pose that one needs to understand the nitty gritty of something complex before attempting suggestions on how to change it. And that does not start with diagnosis such as “you have been saved from oblivion”. Don’t belive me? Next time your tummy hurts on the right side, take it to your dentist, let him diagnose and operate. At least they are broadly in the same medical profession, so should be more than good enough.

– Legal Immigrant, City of London, 17/10/2011 15:47
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Age 82 I cant t even get anyone to cut my lawn for 15 takes ten minutes. While to cut a tree down costs 300 plus, or decorate a ceiling two men one day 350.

Many people working in banks, building society earn only 26000 a year, while it appears these protesters are so rich they do not have to go out to work at all. Enough said.

– Alan ., England., 17/10/2011 15:44
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Ok, the majority will not understand the nitty gritty of the Banking world, but we understand and believe that when youre sorry, down on your luck and you have been saved from oblivionYou act accordingly by at least showing some remorse, gratitude and act in a way that you grateful for all the help given to you.

The distrust of the whole network of Bankers Traders is due to the fact we have not seen this!…Seems the PR of the whole recession is the relentless licks of Coalition speeches for US the Public to buckle up and we must take on the majority share of the failings.

This is a total let down in the Public eye and so these Protests will continuelong may it continue to be a blight on the Government eyes!

– Jamie, London, England, 17/10/2011 15:36
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“The new ‘system’ will be the same as the old one before the banks were created in the 1600s. A currency backed by gold instead of their fiat currencies backed by debt.” – It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 14:19

And here, ladies and gentlemen, you have proof that the protestors, conspiracy theorists and anti-capitalists are living in fantasy land.

Currencies backed by gold are unworkable these days. There’s not enough gold in the world to sustain the modern global economy.

And what would stop countries or persons hoarding gold and exploiting that system? Especially as gold becomes a scarcity due to the expansion of the global economy and population, sending the price through the roof.

The current system evolved because backing up currencies with gold became decreasingly tenable and in some cases a hindrance to growing economies.

If you think we can turn back the clock and return to that system you’ve got your head in the clouds.

And so I’ve still yet to hear a workable alternative put forward by those who want to see the banking system “brought to its knees”!

There needs to be tighter regulation and a rethink of how the current system is exacted, but those who want to see it brought to its knees are being imbecilic!

– Neil, Islington, 17/10/2011 15:26
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I expect they will leave to draw their benefits paid by the tax payers some of whom work in banks.

– peter, London, 17/10/2011 14:56
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Economies : Man made ,with man rules .Quite simple,write of every countries debt and start again.

– dave, london, 17/10/2011 12:35

The single most stupid comment I’ve read in a long time. It’s that easy is it?

– Paul, Barnes, 17/10/2011 14:51
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So what happened to the 4,500 protesters? That were promised to turn up on Saturday? Maybe it ios to cold or maybe it they are busy trying make a living or study like the rest of us. Lets be brutally honest, Londoners and the rest of the country don’t really care or give a damn about a few hundred unwashed camping at St Pauls. If they did they would be there in there thousands or tens of thousands supporting the cause, and to be honest they simply are not!

– Rob Jackson, London, 17/10/2011 14:19
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Citi, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley announcing record profits whilst people are losing their homes and jobs. The new ‘system’ will be the same as the old one before the banks were created in the 1600s. A currency backed by gold instead of their fiat currencies backed by debt.

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 14:19
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If you don’t like the banks, withdraw all your money, pay for everything using the barter system and see how you get on.

I’m happy with my bank…they’ve lent me money to buy a house on very good terms, they handle the payment of my salary and all my bills, they provide insurance for my family, they generate a huge amount of money for the UK.

The Communists on here propose destroying all of that. Just because a bunch of people took out loans they couldn’t pay back – in most cases because they fraudulently filled out mortgage application forms.

– Andyr, St Ives, 17/10/2011 14:11
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If you want to hit the banks ,draw all your money out on pay day and leave a balance of zero.They get rich on your money so if you have nothing in your account,they cant make money.

– dave, london, 17/10/2011 13:51
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Paul, Enfield.

By the same coin if the BoE does decide to go for another couple of rounds of printing cash I can always work abroad and then repatriate the proceeds.

If you’re correct Paul another tax free 12 month stint in the middle east should see me right for 2-3 years to come.

Bring it on.

– Daddy, Kensington, 17/10/2011 13:48
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Whats the wonderful new chief of our London Police doing. Or do we have to rely on The City of London Police . As I said some time ago, the entire force is governed by the HSE. They can’t climb a ladder to see how much lead has been taken from a church roof,they can’t confront a crowd,ever thing they do or rather don’t do they can get out of because of health and safety.This country invites people to these shores because we have a useless government,useless police, and I guess that other people that write here will be able to list at least a hundred more reasons why we are now the country just above the bog and it won’t be long before we slip into that .

– Hamilton Straker, Ealing West London, 17/10/2011 13:47
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Everyone should thank the banks for showing us how useless they are when left to infest the world economies,so to all you City bankers I say cheers for ruining a very nice little country nay world.I really want to know how you lot are going to put this complete mess right,it looks like your own greed is getting in the way of even that problem.

– bazza, London, 17/10/2011 13:38
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Ah Conspiracy Fantasist …they stole your pension and savings…I see.

Why don’t you setup your own banking system then and see how many people join you? I’m sure your pension and savings will be safe under whatever system you come up with.

btw, do you want to share with us what this new system will be exactly ?

– Andyr, St Ives, 17/10/2011 13:33
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Do they think any of us in the banking industry actually want to get up at 5am to go work, we do so because we are contributing members of society – tax payers! Unlike the great unwashed pikey’s living off the tax dollar – get a job and be a functioning member of society then maybe you would have the right to comment!

– Tracey, London, 17/10/2011 13:30
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These young people have a point, Capitalism has failed and needs fixing.The problem is that Bankers have Capitalism in their thrall, that was never how it was supposed to be,we have the utterley untenable position of all us being subjects of the Bankers and our lifes being dominated by their decisions. It is a complete disaster and no politician has yet had the guts to come forward with the reform necessary to stop financial armageddon. The City needs complete reform, for example splitting investment banks from retail banks now, not in 8 years time for God’s sake. We need reform of the whole modus operandi of the City so that it seves the interest of the people not the other way around which has proved not just totally unjust but an absolute disaster of unbridled greed.

– Richard, Leicester, 17/10/2011 13:17
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I don’t have a mortgage and I zero my credit card every month.

I create my own wealth and I owe nothing. How am I being duped?

– Daddy, Kensington, 17/10/2011 12:12

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If your wealth is all in Sterling it wont buy you much after another couple of rounds of quantitive easing by the BoE.

– Paul, Enfield, 17/10/2011 13:15
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Don’t use Wikipaedia, but study hard. When they steal your pension and savings, you will understand. The banking system has to go, and we are the 99% who are going to rid the world of their evil machinations. You can’t eat their fiat currencies, nor build houses with it.

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 13:12
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The protestors have a point and the support of the Church. Bankers have taken serious advantage of pensions, savers (many old people) and workers (indirect impact). The Coalition has promised real regulatory reform with teeth, to make sure this does not happen again.

Yet, like the protestors I am concerned regulatory reform will not be brought forward or enacted. Bankers will go on taking mad risks to “earn” bonus money and leave the taxpayers/unemployment for others. Lets get serious, bankers who break the law need to go to prison, be fined a massive sum and blocked from working in global financial markets.

In my profession at the Bar there are ethical standards and real enforcement. I feel, like the protesters, that the Bankers do not fear the regulators. Lets change that and ensure they are NOT ABOVE THE LAW.

– Andrew, London, 17/10/2011 12:55
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“Greedy bankers” yet again. What about the greedy fraudsters who caused the banks to lend on fraudulent investments? What about the greedy naive who borrowed money on poor investments? What about the self certificating borrowers who told lies on their Mortgage applications?

The reality of these protests is that it is beginning to dawn on public service employees, wet liberals with cushy jobs, teachers and the great unwashed that there is no more money in the pot now or for their lovely pensions. Yet still they expect the Government to do something about it – like wave a magic wand perhaps.

– BJ, East London, 17/10/2011 12:36
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Economies : Man made ,with man rules .Quite simple,write of every countries debt and start again.

– dave, london, 17/10/2011 12:35
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A least this means fewer anarchists down at Dale Farm. Can’t be at two freedom camps at the same time can they?

– ronnie, what used to be England, 17/10/2011 12:24
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Ooh scary. I’ll make sure I look humble as I step over them going out for my lunch today.

Saw the video footage on the news this morning, saw a whiteboard with the heading “Alternate ideas”…. guess what? It was blank.

– Kris, London, 17/10/2011 12:20
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It’s a Conspiracy.

I don’t have a mortgage and I zero my credit card every month.

I create my own wealth and I owe nothing. How am I being duped?

– Daddy, Kensington, 17/10/2011 12:12
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Conspiracy Fantasist (I see he has a new name), has done a little reading on wikipedia about the Fractional Banking system, doesn’t understand it properly, confuses himself and then writes a bunch of nonsense on this forum.

– Andyr, St Ives, 17/10/2011 11:56
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Quote: The alternative ‘system’ is the one we will create for ourselves.

Please, for the benefit of the ES readers, would you elaborate? I’m curious to see whether you actually engaged your brain before you put your fingers to your keyboard. How would you tackle the current deficit? Would you encourage a policy of allowing banks to fail, and if so, who manages the economic and psychological fallout of such a policy? Also, have you thought of the implications for the UK economy if a number of banks were allowed to go to the wall, or are you just siding with the mindless masses?

– VBA, Surrey, 17/10/2011 11:56
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Observation: It would seem that a lot more people queued up for the 4S – and definitely with much better defined objectives. :)

But seriously, folks… Why no one was protesting when US repealed Glass-Steagall? when US Housing Commission fined the banks for ‘income discriminaiton’ in mortgage lending? when Fannie Mae issues tonns of ninja loans with implicit government guarantee? when PIGS governments went on public spending binge? when tax proceeds for UK financial sevices funded ‘free’ healthcare, ‘free’ education, all sorts of benefits? the list can go on. but general point is that there seems to be little difference b/w ‘bankers give me money you stole’ and ‘give me a pair of Nikes and flat screen TV’ of few months back.

– Legal Immigrant, City of London, 17/10/2011 11:51
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The alternative ‘system’ is the one we will create for ourselves, as opposed to merely going along with the system that’s in place at present. I pay taxes and work full time, but I support the rights of the protesters to help abolish the current system. We can do nothing with the world until we have removed the parasitical banking system and driven it to the bottom of the ocean where it belongs. At present we pay interest on money that’s created out of nothing, and this is the reason that the whole world is in ‘debt’ to the bankers who create this phoney ‘money’. A child could see how we are being duped and scammed (although not apparently ES readers!lol)

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 11:35
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These idiots bleating about the banks are a laugh a minute. Not only do they have very little idea about what brought about the global financial crisis, but they moan about the banks, demanding an end to banking hegemony, and yet have no idea what to replace the current system with. Talk about confusion is simple minds.

And before any other lefty liberals on this forum jump on the bandwagon and complain about the banks, they would do well to remember this: The City raises more taxes each year than the whole of Scotland put together. Clip the City’s wings and the entire country is collectively a lot worse off.

– VBA, Surrey, 17/10/2011 11:24
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Ah, yes. The usual bunch of trustafarians back from their fourth successive gap year courtessy of Mater and Pater’s credit card. Here to tell us that communism is great and that we must all give up living in houses and having food in the fridge because it doesn’t suit their guilty liberal conciences.

Here’s a newsflash kiddies. Communism does not work, the 50M people who do actually work in this country like having a roof over their head and food on the table

They don’t have the luxury of being able to lounge about on the pavement for months at a time, well at least until Christmas when the trustafarian crusty jugglers will of course be heading back to Mummeh and Daddeh’s Oxfordshire estate where the staff will have laid on a super duper spread of tofu and mung beans.

Get a job and get a life. Losers!

– Daddy, Kensington, 17/10/2011 11:03
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Do people have to lose the very shirts off their backs before they understand what the banking system is doing to them? Must they be reduced to hunger before they see what is happening? You should be grateful that some people are willing to stand up to the kleptocrats on your behalf. The banking system must and will be brought to its knees in order to free humanity from its malign clutches.

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 10:13

Typical comment by a parasitic benefit claimer who contributes nothing to society. For all those “lefties” camping out, why ?

All I have heard so far is 1. give the money back and 2. bankers are bad.

So who’s money are they talking about and what is their regular contribution to the good old tax pot. It seems it all well and good for others to work and be taxed to support those wanting to camp out and spout abuse but have no credible alternative system in mind. Have they ever considered how many jobs there are in the financial industry and how much those people contribute. I think a few of the campers really wish they had sat a little nearer the teacherand taken more notice in class.

– Steve, London, 17/10/2011 10:41
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Being up at the crack of dawn will surely be a rude awakening for this bunch of doleys and students. Now maybe they’ll understand what those of us who do it daily have to put up with to earn a crust. If they want to protest against the banks, why don’ they close their accounts? Oh that’s right, they’d have to pay off their overdrafts first.

– A Commuter, London, 17/10/2011 10:15
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Do people have to lose the very shirts off their backs before they understand what the banking system is doing to them? Must they be reduced to hunger before they see what is happening? You should be grateful that some people are willing to stand up to the kleptocrats on your behalf. The banking system must and will be brought to its knees in order to free humanity from its malign clutches.

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 10:13
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Lefty soap dodgers who only come out when Labour are kicked out of office.

It’s Govts that regulate banks, blame Brown for bailing them out and knighting ‘Fred the Shred’ Goodwin because most of them should have been allowed to go bust, remembering that anyone with a private pension would also have suffered, not just the ‘bankers’.

– Swiss Bob, Gen, Switz, 17/10/2011 10:12
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Surprised to see our Met Police under liberal orders from our liberal Government have not handed out bacon rolls and free duvets to the happy campers . They have made a good fair point so now time to get the water cannon out .

– john, london, 17/10/2011 10:01
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So booked for drug possession, having no fixed addresses, etc. etc. says it all….get off your lazy backsides and earn a living just like the thousands of men and women working in the City, and stop living off the tax the rest of us pay!

– grandmother, epping, 17/10/2011 09:59
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I have to reserve judgement about these protests. There are mysterious forces at play here so I think we have to be careful with whom we place our confidence. Watching my favourite film trilogy, The Lord of the Rings on Blu-ray, all the way through, in one mammoth session over the weekend; the character Gollum summed up my thoughts about all this perfectly, by crying out with some feeling, something like, They took it from us. They stole it they did. The dirty little tricksters. Give us back our precious!

– Higgnoraimus, Birmingham, 17/10/2011 09:18
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The bankers had better find a way to return the money they’ve stolen, or they will not be allowed to go to work any more. The Rothschild family owns trillions of dollars, whilst people are going hungry. The banking system MUST be brought to an end.

– It’s a Conspiracy!, London UK, 17/10/2011 09:15
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North Dakota’s good oil rush

WILLISTON, N.D. — School train motorist Barb Russell listened there was good income to be done here in a oil fields of North Dakota, so final month she packaged a bag, sealed her Farmington, Minn., home, and headed west. She tripled her income.

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Anne Reeves: Free Dental Day helps those but insurance

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New pediatric dentist opens business in Napa

“I always knew we wanted to work with children,” pronounced Angie Ring,
DDS, in her new Napa dental practice, Napa Pediatric
Dentistry.

Ring non-stop her dental use in September. The bureau provides
dental caring for children ages 1 to 18.

“When operative with children, a many critical thing to me is to
be kind, peaceful and provide each child as singular and different,”
Ring said. “Usually, we tell my patients and uncover them everything
before we indeed do it.”

One of a props Ring pronounced she uses is a dinosaur doll with a full
set of teeth, so she can uncover her patients

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Dental hospital awaiting hundreds for giveaway care

CUMBERLAND — Scores of volunteers will minister to creation a Mission of Mercy dental hospital a success this weekend. The veteran and ubiquitous volunteers will assure hundreds of people have obligatory dental health caring needs taken caring of during no cost.

The goal is still seeking veteran and ubiquitous volunteers. Some volunteers are still indispensable and a best approach to contention a proffer focus is during a website www.westernmdmom.com, pronounced Michele Walker, bureau manager during a United Way.

In some ways, volunteers benefit roughly as most from a module as patients, according to a staff member during Dr. Diane D. Romaine’s office. Romaine

Article source: http://times-news.com/local/x553409260/Dental-clinic-expecting-hundreds-for-free-care

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Dentists bring fun-loving atmosphere to Huntington

HUNTINGTON — Walking through the new Huntington Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics makes any adult want to be a kid again.

Every inch of the 10,500-square-foot facility, the latest to open on top of Huntington’s KineticPark, has a safari theme rich in color and decor.

The office opened Sept. 12, but a ribbon cutting was held Saturday. It included tours, inflatables, balloon animals and snacks. The four doctors, Patrick Martin, Nathan Kirk II, Shane Holmes and Eric Bailey, and the staff, said they are excited about being in Huntington and helping the next generation of children learn to enjoy the dental experience.

“The kids we started with (at the Teays Valley location), we’re seeing them graduate out of the practice,” Martin said. “They don’t have the same thoughts of dentistry that their parents did. We’re trying to change the concept of dentistry for children.”

It all starts when parents pull up to the office and see a giant smiling elephant protruding out of the wall. Once inside, there are video games, a small play area and televisions with cartoons for the kids. The office is paperless, so parents check in on computers provided up front. They also can fill out paperwork online before arriving.

The treatment area is no different. It’s very open and colorful, with room for parents to sit and televisions mounted in the ceiling for kids to watch while they get their teeth cleaned.

Holmes, the orthodontist, has his own section in the facility that also boasts the safari theme. There’s even a monkey peering down from a ceiling tile in one of the exam rooms.

Martin said the Teays Valley location sees about 100 kids each day in about half the space. And, he said, many clients come from Huntington because of the special pediatric care.

“We want to take a child’s experience and be on their level from the time they walk in the door,” Martin said.

Silling Architecture, Pray Construction and Studio Y Creations were integral parts of the facility becoming what it is, Kirk added.

The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and a half day on Fridays. They can be reached at 304-781-8600 or online at www.wildaboutsmiles.com.

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