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    The credit crunch is really biting now, I could see a few sqare yards of pavement unoccupied in Church St today.


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    Nice pictures Joe. I was there yesterday and I commented on the exact same thing. Church Street and Liverpool 1 were heaving. I thought nobody had any money, seemed enough flowing yesterday. Looked more like a Christmas crowd. I noticed there were an awful lot of Primark bags being carried.

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    If that's a recession,wonder what the next boom will look like??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo42 View Post
    Nice pictures Joe. . I noticed there were an awful lot of Primark bags being carried.
    Indeed they are.
    Primark is a pain in the butt being where it is. It's always packed outside The fella's all bored waiting outside and the chavs finishing a ciggie before they go in, usually with a pram and gabbing to someone else with a pram and why do so many "extra large" people sit around outside eating ?
    I've never bought anything from there and never intend to either. I have had to go in there once or twice. Nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo42 View Post
    Nice pictures Joe. I was there yesterday and I commented on the exact same thing. Church Street and Liverpool 1 were heaving. I thought nobody had any money, seemed enough flowing yesterday. Looked more like a Christmas crowd. I noticed there were an awful lot of Primark bags being carried.
    "Pile it high,and sell it cheap",who said that? Seems to work O.K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    "Pile it high,and sell it cheap",who said that? Seems to work O.K.
    Wasn't that Mr Cohen from Tesco, could be wrong...

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