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Thread: The National Debt Clock

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    Default The National Debt Clock

    This thread will be used to track our national debt throughout the years, interest repayments etc. Calculations and predictions are welcome. Maybe by 2020 we can look back on it and see what progress Ireland has made in terms of our debt burden.

    See Ireland's national debt mount before your own eyes ->

    FinanceDublin.com - Irish Debt Clock

    64,557,230,522 before I started this thread. What a nice figure.
    Last edited by libertarian-right; 30th November 2012 at 12:14 PM.

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    We should float a giant digital version in the Liffey for all to wonder at. No, wait a minute...
    "No." - Rosa Parks

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    Let's all put it up on facebook etc.

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    It's such a pity you can't control a real economy with a bit of javascript ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sauntersplash View Post
    We should float a giant digital version in the Liffey for all to wonder at. No, wait a minute...
    No, you're right the first time - we could recycle the Millenium Clock.

    But instead of submerging it in the Liffey, this time we could float it on the surface - supported on pontoons fashioned from the e-voting machines.

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    Yet Cowen insists on having the Lisbon vote out of the way before taking action.... where will the clock be at by October?
    "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by He3 View Post
    where will the clock be at by October?
    Dont worry I'll resurrect the thread in a glorious fashion when the time is needed. 64,557,230,522 just before I added the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by libertarian-right View Post
    See Ireland's national debt mount before your own eyes.

    FinanceDublin.com - Irish Debt Clock

    64,557,230,522 before I started this thread. What a nice figure....
    Nice one.

    Glad someone did what I thought would be a good idea months back

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    This figure is incorrect, its about €5 billion higher?

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