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Greece gonna Greece

29 June 2015 - 06:20 AM


Greek banks are closed and will stay shut for the week, after the country's debt crisis took a dramatic turn.
But cash machines are due to reopen in the afternoon and there are reports of fresh queues.
Greece decided on Sunday to shut banks and restrict cash withdrawals after the European Central Bank resolved not to extend emergency funding.
It followed the failure on Friday of talks with Greek creditors on continuing with the bailout programme.
Greece crisis - live coverage
A critical deadline looms on Tuesday, when Greece is due to pay back €1.6bn to the International Monetary Fund - the same day the bailout expires. There are fears of a default and a possible exit from euro.
The French cabinet met on Monday in emergency session. President Francois Hollande said afterwards that a deal was still possible if the Greeks wanted it.
"There are a few hours before the negotiation is definitively closed, in particular for the prolongation of the Greek aid programme."
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said that she was "ready for further talks" with the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras "if he actually wants to".

In its decree bringing in the bank restrictions, the Greek government cited the "extremely urgent" need to protect the financial system due to the lack of liquidity.
The main points are:
Banks closed till 6 July
Cash withdrawals limited to €60 (£42; $66) a day for this period
Cash machine withdrawals with foreign bank cards permitted
Pension payments not part of capital controls
Banking transactions within Greece allowed
The crisis came to a head on Saturday after Greece and eurozone countries failed to reach agreement on payment of the last tranche of bailout money.

More at link....

Putting the "supreme" in Supreme Court

26 June 2015 - 10:53 AM

Those guys are having a helluva week huh?

Hypocrisy level- 433

22 June 2015 - 04:59 PM

Officials at the University of Oklahoma have announced plans to enhance inclusivity on campus by building a separate-but-equal student lounge which will segregate gay, lesbian and transgender students by themselves.
The idea for ostracizing students based on their sexual preferences came from an OU group called Queer Inclusion on Campus, reports The Oklahoma Daily.
“Queer Inclusion on Campus is an initiative of several students representing the issues that are important to the LGBTQ community,” OU senior Alexander Ruggiers told the campus newspaper. “We produced a document that we delivered to a lot of high level administrators about things that we wanted to see changed.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.c.../#ixzz3dpoOEMUT


19 June 2015 - 07:49 AM


Quarterback Anthony Jennings, cornerback Dwayne Thomas and defensive lineman Maquedius Bain were arrested and booked on unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling, police records show. Thomas was also booked on simple burglary.

Defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao, earlier Thursday, was arrested and booked on simple battery and simple robbery, a felony.

LSU team spokesman Michael Bonnette said the two incidents are unrelated.

Fear not LSU fans....I'm sure they'll be voted back on the team.

Moment of silence please...

12 June 2015 - 04:55 AM