If this works, it'll be fantastic. Way too expensive mind you, but still - very cool.
23 posts • joined 20 Oct 2019
Credit card companies want to lend just a bit more than people can afford to borrow - so the credit card companies can extract some hefty interest without being too exposed to defaulting. A certain amount of defaulting is built in to the system as the cost of doing business.
There's no way a credit card company nowadays would base a decision purely on gender. This will be based on sole earnings (credit card companies don't take a spouse's or partner's income into account - why would they), and amount of debt (you are actually penalised for being debt free - see above).
But still - this has given the perpetually outraged another chance to raise their social media profile by a bit of frothing on Twitter, so that's nice.
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Let me sort this out for you all
This is the official UK position:
The UK will definitely or maybe exit or remain in or out of the EU at some point in the future or not. And that is just what a minority or a majority or none of the British population might or might not want at any particular time or at no time at all. Going forward or backwards, this will allow certainty or not in our dealings or lack of dealings with our friends or partners or enemies or bemused onlookers in or out of the EU. Due to the hard work or incompetence or laziness of this or that government, the NI border issue has now been simultaneously solved, not solved or maybe solved to the agreement of everyone or no-one right now or later or never.
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Re: £1,700 for a Surface Pro X
There's a certain sort of person who would buy this at £1,700 but would refuse to buy it at £750, which is probably what it's worth. I shamefully confess I am a bit like that, but at least I have Apple products and Swiss watches to soak up my spare salary. This approach hasn't helped me become any more popular by the way, in case you were wondering.