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Hi from Ireland, controlled financially by the EU and the IMF.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by martinfirefly, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. martinfirefly

    martinfirefly Welcome New Poster


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    Hi All,

    yes Ireland is still open for business and it's a great country. The merry go round of speculative property development and access to easy money from under regulated banks will pass and life continues.

    Turn off the news and stop buying news papers. Life works.

    I am registering to keep in touch with my podiatry profession and hopefully to contribute to healthy debate and discussion.

    Kind regards and seasons greetings to all.

    Martin Mc Geough
    Podiatrist
    Sligo
    Ireland
     
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