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  1. yes i did mean daily tab of slow release, not one to last days on end am only repeating what I read of down here am no expert first to admit
  2. Thats whay they go for in the South West UK.....not a substitute it stops them rattling for days on end if they take one of the modified release tabs apparently.
  3. She knew what she was doing with the tramadol make no mistake 290 tabs deliberately hidden in panadol boxes. They fetch around £8 a tab in UK because it calms the smackheads and crack users down I also take Tramadol for chronic fibromylgia normally 30 days supply (60 tabs) but quack will give 2 months on proof of extended trip. All off it goes in checked bag though you dont want to be getting a random tug in transit in the ME.
  4. Dunno buddy am not sure. 123 movies google it and multiple similar sites come up. They last a few months then get replaced etc etc....I watched the new Jackie Chan movie "The Foreigner" last week (bassed on the chinaman book by stephen leather)
  5. I needed to edit the above but cant for some reason. Will have to be careful to check next time in advance
  6. Fair enough am guessing if you knew the case in advance then you knew the players to an extent. I thought though that as standalone movies for someone who didnt the background they were pretty good to say the least. Probably enjoyed the third one most. I noticed that Billy Murray who played Jimmy also produced the films
  7. Hells bells what a set of 3 awesome films. Mesmerised by content I'm not exactly from a sheltered home lol but bloody hell violence was something else. Amazing that large parts of the films were based on real life and Carlton Leach. Craig Fairbrass performance as Pat Tate was sublime I watched on this site FOC http://0123movies.com/ If you watch them do it in the correct order I didn't because had been originally directed towards the 3rd film without realising the others were there
  8. Its very difficult to make continued profits from tip sheets although you'll always get the odd pearler. By the times its hit the press the day traders know its coming already, entering the tip sheet ups the price naturally and the pump and dump merchants unload at what they considers is tops.....this is why you see people saying its been tipped say Sunday but tuesday close its down. I can only offer advice on oilers albeit I do have a lot of blue chip stocks in portfolio but they very much take care of themselves. If you take say 5 stocks (you could include the 3 above) and watch over time say 6 months you'll start to see the day today movements and begin to realise why they are moving.....with the advent of social media ramping and deramping of shares is rife to move the price. You start to see patterns after a while in price movement. Slightest bit of bad news and the private investors dive for the exit whilst the clever money is buying on the way down ready for the bounce
  9. Will just update the closing prices friday last for those 3 shares seeing there is interest 88 Energy bid was 1.25p Angus bid was 15.25p Empyrean bid was 16.50p
  10. Parky If you are interested these are 3 that I have bought into very recently. Imperative because they are speculative dont go OTT if you have a nibble http://www.empyreanenergy.com/ Came off highs last two months at around 32p now sat at around 16.5p.....due a rerate upwards again http://www.angusenergy.co.UK/ Another one thats dropped recently on delays to its production well.....again around 16/17p almost certainly will be back to around 23/24p possibly by weeks end Finally http://88energy.com/ This one is the potential "multi bagger".....sat at just 1.25p (but has been lower).......suffered a set back with its Alasken well and will likely be treading water for a while. Big potential for huge gains with this one but also complete potential for total wipe out lol Out of interest I currently have £2500 in each of those three shares so not crazy money. Just keep an eye on them if theres interest in the thread will update it once a week or whenever....All shares are on UK "aim" market available from any online broker. I use LSE but they all do a similar job
  11. ok bear with me will put up 2-3 later today. Goes without saying oilers are quite capable of spectacular gains but also losses on the same scale.
  12. lol ok thats in addition to the usual delight of pattaya should have added
  13. Any finance related articles threads etc. I did subsequently pick up on one reference oil and BP
  14. Plenty of decent oiler shares out there with slightly depressed SP's for those interested in investing. Quite happy to put a few up but only if someone wants to have a look obviously. Not going to ram it down anyones throats
  15. Looking forward to seeing relevant topics I will interested in
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