Tuesday, May 22, 2012


'We need stability and certainty for growth. It's about certainty. I'm almost certain about that. For stability and growth we need certainty. We certainly need certainty for stability and growth. As for growth, that needs stability and in order to maintain stability we need certainty in order to have growth. Remember, there is no growth without stability and stability comes with certainty. It's quite simple. It's all you have to remember. People can throw figures all over the place but it really is about getting stability for growth via certainty. You can quote me on that. You can take that to the bank, no pun intended. Certainty! Stability! Growth! Just say that to the nay sayers. Roar it in their faces. Certainty! Stability! Growth! I've actually invented a little song to help you remember it. The only problem is I can't remember the little song I invented. It was something to do with stability and growth and I'm pretty sure certainty was also mentioned. It was to the tune of Baa Baa Black Sheep. It roughly went something like this:

Sta Sta Bility,
Have you any growth?
Certainly with certainty,
Three banks full.

Some for the bondholders
That's already paid,
And some from the water charges
For Phil Hogan's mates.

I think that was how my little song went but don't quote me on it because I'm not certain. These are uncertain times. I'm really not certain at all.'

(now right click the image below and select open in a new tab. Then click to enlarge and have a read from the good old days:)


muiris89 said...

Was talking to Salvo about these guys earlier. I like how they use foul language to appeal to the younger generation. Their perfectly symmetrical faces, all smiling all dancing nature would give the Hitler Youth a run for their money

Also, any chance you could post 'All Rise' in PDF? Would love to have a look at it.

Fugger said...

You'll find All Rise gradually showing up on I haven't updated in a while because my scanner doesn't work. Who'd have thought it eh? A scanner that doesn't work? Thanks for showing an interest though.

As for Generation Yes, they show some promise but they've a way to go before they can match the slick presentation of this cerebral goliath: