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Good Article on The Endgame in Greece

Discussion in 'Business Discussions' started by accelerator, Jun 17, 2015.

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  1. accelerator United Kingdom

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  3. ChrisMM France

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    You might get better engagement on these threads if you offered something more than just an article headline and link copy/paste.

    What did YOU take away from the article?
    What made this particular article stand out from all the other Greece op-eds?

    Ultimately, this is a domain forum - sure this is a general business subforum, but at the very least you should be steering the discussion towards how the issues with Greece and the EU will impact UK business and more specifically how you feel this will impact online business's like what people operate here.

    If you aren't willing to put a little effort into starting these discussions then what's the point? Just looks like spam otherwise.
     
  4. accelerator United Kingdom

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    OK, firstly I'll say I feel sorry for the poorest workers in Greece, as if there is a Grexit, then that is who it is going to hit hardest, and they won't have been the ones responsible for the crisis.
     
  5. Oceanic Sweden

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    I don't feel quite so sorry, it was probably the poorest workers who voted these lunatics in to power!
     
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    Take money. Refuse to pay it back. Make everyone feel sorry for you. The euro doesn't need burdens.
     
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