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(CNBC)   The number of Americans relying on their next paycheck to make ends meet is at its lowest level since the recession began. This is bad news... for Obama   (cnbc.com) divider line 48
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2012-08-23 12:31:20 AM  
6 votes:
FFS, how many times must I say this?

The President isnt this omnipotent being who creates jobs by willing them into existence. To put blame on the office of the President for when the economy is bad is an unfair attack. We, the consumers, are responsible for the health of the economy.

The reverse is also true; when times are good, it also has nothing to do with the President.

It is excellent that those living paycheck-to-paycheck are doing better, but we are not quite out of the woods yet.
2012-08-22 10:50:39 PM  
6 votes:
Eagerly awaiting my chance to join this group of people. Maybe if corporate financial America remembers what a "raise" is.
2012-08-23 12:33:35 AM  
4 votes:
I'd just be happy if my earnings were even trying to pace with the increased costs of fuel (and everything fuel prices impact), insurance, etc. I'm not broke, but my dollar is basically a limp noodle compared to what it used to be. Every time I go to the grocery store I get pissed off at how little $100 buys vs. what it did in the late 90s, when I began earning a similar income as I currently make. And don't tell me to finish graduate school; I don't have the time or the money. Besides, I'd probably just end up making what I make now, only with more prestige and bragging rights.

American Dream, my ass.
2012-08-23 12:20:24 AM  
4 votes:

GoldSpider: What if that number shrank because more of those people no longer have a job at all? Just sayin...


This question was raised many many times in the comments on the site.


But if you read, it says CareerBuilder polled workers.

Critical reading skills is diminishing, I blame Obama for that too. (am i doing it right?)
2012-08-23 12:16:47 AM  
4 votes:
What if that number shrank because more of those people no longer have a job at all? Just sayin...
2012-08-23 12:25:09 AM  
3 votes:
So the economy improving under Obama is bad for Obama? I'm sure all of those people finally able to breathe a little bit easier now that the bills are paid with a little bit leftover are just ecstatic about Romney's plan for a $2,000 tax hike on the middle class so that the one percenters can splurge on those 100' yachts or Gulfstream Vs they've been holding off on.
2012-08-23 12:22:36 AM  
3 votes:
Wonder how many of those people no longer live paycheck to paycheck because they have adjusted to a lower standard of living.
2012-08-23 10:31:15 AM  
2 votes:

Reverend Monkeypants: Y'all SHOULD adjust to a lower standard of living anyway. Credit card bills? That just means you're living beyond your means already. WTF you need 4 computers for? Two televisions? An iPad for your 6 year old? Three cars?


I would tend to agree. Household debt has exploded in the last couple of years with folks living off of credit cards and extending themselves way out of line with historical norms. We were finally able to deleverage some and reverse that overall trend when the housing bubble popped. However, that trend has stalled and is currently around the 122% level.

www.thebasispoint.com

IMO, this is the major reason that our recovery has been soft. You hear the constant harping that folks need to start spending more and that we need to give them more access to credit. I say bullshiat. We need folks to understand that the more they leverage themselves, the more they are owned by the bank. We need to continue the deleveraging trend to allow the middle and lower classes to get on thier feet an quit giving most of their paycheck to interest payment to big banks. However, this course of action is going to do no favors to the economy.

Let's face it. It is time to pay the piper.
2012-08-23 08:07:39 AM  
2 votes:
it doesn't matter what happens
bad economy
lost jobs
trillions in debt

yer gonna keep voting in the same idiots

you get what you deserve
2012-08-23 01:27:16 AM  
2 votes:

crispyone: It's so funny listening to Obama and his stooges talk about, "Obama has created 10 bagillion jobs" when they never mentions jobs lost


That graph is "jobs created - jobs lost," you moron.
2012-08-23 01:17:20 AM  
2 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: socodog: Does this number include some of the roughly 165 million financially dependant on the government in one way or another?

Because taking advantage of social security of medicare programs that you've paid into during your working years is just like being on welfare, and while tax cuts and loopholes for the rich are "preserving our freedoms" it's socialism when the poor use the tax code to their advantage.


soldiersystems.net
2012-08-23 01:13:48 AM  
2 votes:
Obama will win in a landslide. Not because he is so great but because Romney is such a sleaze ball. People prefer bad they know, than bad they don't know. The economy is farked because of Wall Street and the banking system, not government, except the fact that big business buys off politicians to keep themselves rich.
2012-08-23 12:55:59 AM  
2 votes:

crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: So the economy improving under Obama is bad for Obama? I'm sure all of those people finally able to breathe a little bit easier now that the bills are paid with a little bit leftover are just ecstatic about Romney's plan for a $2,000 tax hike on the middle class so that the one percenters can splurge on those 100' yachts or Gulfstream Vs they've been holding off on.

Economy....improving...under Obama!!!! LOL!!!!! Thanks. I haven't laughed so hard in years.

Housing market is recovering, less people are living paycheck to paycheck, the auto market is bouncing back, and the stock market is up. Other than the dollar still being a bit weak, I'd say it's doing well. I've already made as much this year as I did in the entirety of last year.

Just think of how well things could be going if we'd been able to move to a true single payer Medicare-for-all healthcare system and if we hadn't wasted all of that time on the senseless debt ceiling and budget posturing.

Sounds like someone needs to pay more in taxes!


That's generally how it works, the more you make, the larger a percentage of your income you should pay. I'm OK with that, because I still have more leftover after taxes than I did when I made less.

I happen to like things like NASA, NPR, the NEA, DARPA, naional parks, bridges that don't fall down, and government backed advances in clean energy. I also like the idea of everyone having enough money that they can go out and spend it to actually keep the economy going. Money flows up, not down.
2012-08-23 12:41:40 AM  
2 votes:

crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: So the economy improving under Obama is bad for Obama? I'm sure all of those people finally able to breathe a little bit easier now that the bills are paid with a little bit leftover are just ecstatic about Romney's plan for a $2,000 tax hike on the middle class so that the one percenters can splurge on those 100' yachts or Gulfstream Vs they've been holding off on.

Economy....improving...under Obama!!!! LOL!!!!! Thanks. I haven't laughed so hard in years.


Housing market is recovering, less people are living paycheck to paycheck, the auto market is bouncing back, and the stock market is up. Other than the dollar still being a bit weak, I'd say it's doing well. I've already made as much this year as I did in the entirety of last year.

Just think of how well things could be going if we'd been able to move to a true single payer Medicare-for-all healthcare system and if we hadn't wasted all of that time on the senseless debt ceiling and budget posturing.
2012-08-23 12:29:38 AM  
2 votes:

hdhale: This is a man who hired an Energy Secretary who doesn't even own a car by his own admission.


Granted it's 12:30 AM here, and I may not be at my peak mental capacity, but I didn't realize vehicle ownership was a requirement of the position.
2012-08-23 12:27:34 AM  
2 votes:
This is an interesting metric considering how mediocre the standard economic indicators are these days.
2012-08-23 12:24:36 AM  
2 votes:
But Obama's still black, isn't he?
2012-08-23 12:23:06 AM  
2 votes:

Fade2black: Bears repeating, but yeah....can't live within your income if you're unemployed. I have a stable job but I'm paycheck to paycheck (mainly because it IS a stable job, but I digress).


The poll asked employees, so people with jobs.

Why do you think they would ask the unemployed if their paychecks have increased?

We already know unemployment is high and underemployment is high.
2012-08-23 12:20:27 AM  
2 votes:

tenpoundsofcheese: The recession ended in 2009. What are you talking about subby?


Your statement and the headline are not mutually exclusive.
2012-08-23 12:19:20 AM  
2 votes:
That's because more and more Americans are unemployed thanks to Oblahma.
2012-08-22 06:38:34 PM  
2 votes:
What about the not-workers?
2012-08-23 12:08:55 PM  
1 votes:
FTFA:Nearly 60 percent of the employees surveyed said they are unwilling to stop paying for their Internet connection, regardless of their financial situation.

files-cdn.formspring.me/hot

It was kind of essential on my last job hunt. Plenty of emails, 8 hour days just filling out those annoying on-line applications where you submit your resume as a "Word Document" (.doc) and then copy and paste it bit-by-bit into places. Posting resumes on various sites, finding information on head-hunters.

If you're looking for a job at any sizable company you're going to need an internet connection. It's not so much a luxury but a basic utility, like having a phone number. That's not including that while I was unemployed I had to go online and submit all my unemployment information because they don't use paper anymore.
2012-08-23 11:29:55 AM  
1 votes:
oraclespeak.files.wordpress.com
2012-08-23 08:48:28 AM  
1 votes:

impaler: dickfreckle: I'd just be happy if my earnings were even trying to pace with the increased costs of fuel (and everything fuel prices impact), insurance, etc. I'm not broke, but my dollar is basically a limp noodle compared to what it used to be. Every time I go to the grocery store I get pissed off at how little $100 buys vs. what it did in the late 90s, when I began earning a similar income as I currently make. And don't tell me to finish graduate school; I don't have the time or the money. Besides, I'd probably just end up making what I make now, only with more prestige and bragging rights.

American Dream, my ass.

[static2.businessinsider.com image 612x459]



You can throw up all the (manipulated) charts you want but the simple fact is a roll of lousy paper towels, is close to $2 a roll, if you buy in bulk. How about frozen vegetables? In a couple years they've gone from 75cent to nearly $1.75 a box. Sure, a McDonald's "hamburger" is still the same but that is not a good indicator. How about a bag of cookies? They're almost $5 a bag! So take your government-funded bullshiat chart and shove it up your ass.

/nothing personal
2012-08-23 03:23:11 AM  
1 votes:

impaler: Really expensive things aren't getting a lot more expensive.

Cheap things are.


Bingo. It's the daily sh*t that's nickel and diming me to death. Which is also why your graph was so surprising, to me. I feel it at the pump, the grocer, and almost everywhere I used to take for granted. The only thing pacing my earnings these days is the dollar menu at McDonald's.

I'm definitely not blaming it on Obama. For starters, I like the guy. Secondly, I understand that there are things in a 'free' market that he does not control. What I do know is that is that there are untold numbers of 40-ish K worker drones who create demand, and any more stress on us can only hurt the economy overall.

Sadly, too many of my own "class" are blinded by Jesus and whomever has the shinier flag pin. This is not a prudent route for America to take. It only ends in a plutocracy where guys like me are at the mercy of those born on third, thinking they hit a triple.

/like that isn't already the case, and my 50k brethren aren't carrying water for the elite.
2012-08-23 02:02:44 AM  
1 votes:

impaler:

[static2.businessinsider.com image 612x459]


Huh. It sure feels a hell of a lot worse. I have only my anecdotes to counter that graph, but I'm telling you, farking everything is far more expensive and for many of us, and earnings have not kept up. I'd be interested in more details as to how those figures were reached. Because I know for a fact that my daily expenses are outpacing any additional monies I've added to my tax returns in the past decade. Has anyone gotten a raise to combat fuel prices? I mean, the companies have raised their prices, but are the workers really being paid substantially more? Even the little sh*t like going out to eat now has a few extra bucks tacked on to account for wholesaler price increases that must be passed on to the consumer. All of that little sh*t adds up, eventually.

But again that's just me. Oh, but there are untold numbers of people in the same boat. I don't get automatic COL raises. I can't raise my rates or I won't be hired. I'm comfortable enough for the time being, but how many years before this trend actually farks me in the ass instead of merely threatening to?

Your graph has a good source, yet it's counter to everything I'm experiencing, that's all.
2012-08-23 01:47:50 AM  
1 votes:

crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: crispyone: TuteTibiImperes: So the economy improving under Obama is bad for Obama? I'm sure all of those people finally able to breathe a little bit easier now that the bills are paid with a little bit leftover are just ecstatic about Romney's plan for a $2,000 tax hike on the middle class so that the one percenters can splurge on those 100' yachts or Gulfstream Vs they've been holding off on.

Economy....improving...under Obama!!!! LOL!!!!! Thanks. I haven't laughed so hard in years.

Housing market is recovering, less people are living paycheck to paycheck, the auto market is bouncing back, and the stock market is up. Other than the dollar still being a bit weak, I'd say it's doing well. I've already made as much this year as I did in the entirety of last year.

Just think of how well things could be going if we'd been able to move to a true single payer Medicare-for-all healthcare system and if we hadn't wasted all of that time on the senseless debt ceiling and budget posturing.

Sounds like someone needs to pay more in taxes!

That's generally how it works, the more you make, the larger a percentage of your income you should pay. I'm OK with that, because I still have more leftover after taxes than I did when I made less.

I happen to like things like NASA, NPR, the NEA, DARPA, naional parks, bridges that don't fall down, and government backed advances in clean energy. I also like the idea of everyone having enough money that they can go out and spend it to actually keep the economy going. Money flows up, not down.

So I'm sure you are glad you are up stream rather than down stream. So how much of your non-taxed money do you donate to NASA, NPR, and the NEA???? I'm guessing you donate ZERO to those agencies.

Hilarious that as an obvious liberal you put DARPA on your list...You do realize that DARPA is 100% about US military and scientific dominance over the rest of the world? You do realize that DARPA funds res ...


Everyone is upstream of someone else. Even the guy flipping burgers needs someone with enough money to buy the burger to keep his job. If you put more money in the hands of the working and middle classes those people will spend the money as opposed to the extremely wealthy who can afford to sit on it, park it offshore, or play stock market games with it. If people spend more all businesses will do better, which will create more profits and more jobs pouring money back into the system. There has to be a steady flow of cash into the hands of average consumers for economy to grow and prosper.

I can be liberal and still support the military and DARPA. I know what DARPA does, and many of their innovations have found their way into civilian sector products, most notable the internet. I'm generally pro-science funding of any sort. Just because something is originally designed to help a cruise missile hit a golf ball sized target 1,000 miles away doesn't mean that someday that same technology won't help my car be able to autonomously drive cross country while I take a nap behind the wheel.

Plus, making the military more efficient means that the costs of wars can come down in the future. The more we can do with less boots on the ground the cheaper it will be for the public at large in the next conflict we get caught up in. I'd much rather see tax dollars go to a government owned non-profit research organization than to profit based private sector defense contractors.
2012-08-23 01:34:49 AM  
1 votes:

crispyone: Hilarious that as an obvious liberal you put DARPA on your list...You do realize that DARPA is 100% about US military and scientific dominance over the rest of the world?


I'm an R&D engineer.

DARPA has funded my paychecks many times, in the area of computer networking, which is how we're communicating right now, and you're staring to irritate me.

You do realize that DARPA funds research that is 100% geared towards technology killing any form of life?

More than you want to know right now.
2012-08-23 01:25:03 AM  
1 votes:

socodog: You and the point did not connect at all.
TuteTibiImperes: socodog: Does this number include some of the roughly 165 million financially dependant on the government in one way or another?

Because taking advantage of social security of medicare programs that you've paid into during your working years is just like being on welfare, and while tax cuts and loopholes for the rich are "preserving our freedoms" it's socialism when the poor use the tax code to their advantage.


Jason Lewis "Mr. Right" (a more libertarian bent, less insane version of Limbaugh) stated today that one of the biggest government subsidies was that employees get paid in health insurance, and it isn't taxed. This comes out to something like $100 billion. The reason its so big is because it applies to all employed people. The other subsidies are categorized by industry. Then he went on to the home mortgage interest deduction.

They aren't just visibly attacking the "leach" poor anymore. They're attacking the middle class - and they're not even hiding it.

These myopic twits have extended Wall-streets near-sighted corporate philosophy to everything. All that matter is the next quarters profits. If they can get their next tax payment lower, by fuking the middle class, they will do it.

They don't even have the foresight to realize if the fark the middle class, there will be no one left to buy their shat.
2012-08-23 01:19:14 AM  
1 votes:
hell, we've been living paycheck to paycheck since....well.....forever? wtf?
2012-08-23 01:08:27 AM  
1 votes:

Lunchlady: Or you could dig deeper and provide some proof for the facts claims you're pulling from your nethers.


FTFY.

Notice the thread shiatters aren't posting ANY facts to support their bullshat? Only general unsupported claims?

Both sides are bad. And by sides, I mean lying sacks of shat, and those interested in reality.
2012-08-23 01:03:52 AM  
1 votes:

crispyone: OgreMagi: impaler: Malév Hungarian Airlines

I'm sure this isn't the only foreign company on your list, which is not our farking problem!

In the original posters defense "Malev Hungarian Airlines" probably received tax payer money from Obama. Dig deeper and I'd bet you find that George Soros invested in Malev Hungarian Airlines about 2 weeks before Obama gave them tax payer money....kinda like he invested in Brazilian oil right before Obama gave them tax payer money.


Or you could dig deeper and provide some proof for the facts you're pulling from your nethers.
2012-08-23 12:53:08 AM  
1 votes:

nmemkha: The should take it again when higher food prices hit in a few months.


Damn that Obama and his drought-ray!
2012-08-23 12:42:57 AM  
1 votes:

MrHelpful: There's a lot of bad news headed Obama's way. Hope he kept up on his community organizer network - he's gonna need a job soon. Or he could just write a bunch of made up books - there's plenty of suckers out there who'll buy them.



Now that, would have good a GOOD troll:

ct.fra.bz
2012-08-23 12:42:48 AM  
1 votes:

XplodedSynapses: i am waiting for the paycheck two paydays after the payday before last payday.

/That'll be all.


I was told there would be no maths.
2012-08-23 12:42:18 AM  
1 votes:

StopLurkListen: impaler: List of business failures.

2009.

Woohoo! The company I worked at is in there! Of course, I was laid off in 2003, and in my division it was one of those "you people go in that conference room, the rest of you go over there" and you knew it was bad, and you started sizing up those around you and tried to guess if you were in the "canned" group. Surprise! EVERYONE IN THE DIVISION GOT CANNED!

That was my first FARK experience, getting into an argument with somebody on FARK over the Iraq War and he threatened to "out" me to my company IT via some IP tracing witchery. HAHAHA GOOD LUCK I'M BEHIND A FRENCH DOMAIN I'm sure "Pierre" over in corporate IT in Paris or where ever will give a merde.

//Before you ask, yes this account is newer than that; no I'm not using an alt, I lost my original username and password and my interest in FARK for about 5 years somewhere in the middle


Let me guess...It was Romney who fired you after forcing you to build a stage at gun point just so he could look down on you as you were fired. He then gave your wife cancer and stole candy from your children...then forced you to dig your own grave as he pissed on your head and told you it was raining?!??!?
2012-08-23 12:41:20 AM  
1 votes:

MrHelpful: There's a lot of bad news headed Obama's way. Hope he kept up on his community organizer network - he's gonna need a job soon. Or he could just write a bunch of made up books - there's plenty of suckers out there who'll buy them.


i.imgur.com
2012-08-23 12:37:30 AM  
1 votes:

MrHelpful: There's a lot of bad news headed Obama's way. Hope he kept up on his community organizer network - he's gonna need a job soon. Or he could just write a bunch of made up books - there's plenty of suckers out there who'll buy them.


webrulon.com
2012-08-23 12:34:13 AM  
1 votes:
There's a lot of bad news headed Obama's way. Hope he kept up on his community organizer network - he's gonna need a job soon. Or he could just write a bunch of made up books - there's plenty of suckers out there who'll buy them.
2012-08-23 12:31:07 AM  
1 votes:

Summercat: impaler: List of business failures.
*snip*.

What the hell is that? A list of random companies?


This list of business failures collects significant companies who met the eventual demise of their well-known brand. The causes include corporate crime and simple insolvency, and are notable for their financial impact on the economy.

Link
2012-08-23 12:26:29 AM  
1 votes:

GoldSpider: What if that number shrank because more of those people no longer have a job at all? Just sayin...


The real unemployment rate is actually around 14.5% and if you thrown the number of people who were forced to take much lower paying jobs and aren't employed in their career field the rate is actually more like 18%. All these are pretty standard numbers even in good times (the real number always being higher), but the fact that the base number is so stubbornly high should worry Obama.

Should, but then likely doesn't. This is a man who hired an Energy Secretary who doesn't even own a car by his own admission.
2012-08-23 12:25:19 AM  
1 votes:
I thought CareerBuilders went outta business? Even if they didn't, when the fark did they become experts on anything other than running a shiatty job site???
2012-08-23 12:24:53 AM  
1 votes:

Alonjar: Wonder how many of those people no longer live paycheck to paycheck because they have adjusted to a lower standard of living.


Or at least finally figured out their $300/mo. cable bill didn't reconcile well with their $1500/mo. income.
2012-08-23 12:22:14 AM  
1 votes:

tenpoundsofcheese: The recession ended in 2009. What are you talking about subby?


Due mostly to the rise in certainty from a 2010 GOP sweep of the House.
2012-08-23 12:20:13 AM  
1 votes:
Bears repeating, but yeah....can't live within your income if you're unemployed. I have a stable job but I'm paycheck to paycheck (mainly because it IS a stable job, but I digress).
2012-08-22 11:42:57 PM  
1 votes:
List of business failures.

2008
Allco Finance Group
Aloha Airlines
Amtrak Express Parcels
Apex Aircraft
ATA Airlines
Australian School of Business and Technology[56]
Bennigan's
Bill Heard Enterprises
Buffets, Inc.
Circuit City Stores[note 20][57][58]
Coast Air
Commander Communications
Countrywide Financial
Dawahares
Dolcis Shoes
eos Airlines
FreshXpress
Frontier Airlines
Gamley's
Glitnir[note 21]
Gretna F.C.
Halifax Town A.F.C.
Harold's
Holley Performance Products[59]
IndyMac Bank
iQon Technologies
Kaupthing Bank[note 22]
Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander[note 23]
Krispy Kreme Hong Kong[60]
Landsbanki[note 24]
Lehman Brothers[note 25]
Lenox
Levitz Furniture[61]
Lillian Vernon
Linens 'n Things[62]
Luton Town F.C.
Madoff Investment Securities
Mattress Discounters[45]
Meguro Sushi[63]
Mervyns[58]
MFI Group
Montres Villemont[64][note 26]
Morgan UK[65]
Motorworld[66]
Nationwide Airlines
Oasis Hong Kong Airlines
The Officers Club[67][68]
Olan Mills[69]
Opes Prime
Peau Vavaʻu
Photo-Optix[70][note 27]
Pilgrim's Pride
RC Developments[71]
Rosebys
Rotherham United F.C.
Sanlu Group
The Sharper Image[72]
Shoe Pavilion[73]
Silver State Helicopters
Silverjet
Skybus Airlines
Super Aguri F1[74]
Tai Lin Radio Service[75]
Tribune Company
Tropicana Entertainment
Tuctuc Ltd[76]
Tweeter[77]
U-Right[78][note 28]
USC[79]
Value City
VeraSun Energy
Vivitar
Wachovia
Washington Mutual
WCI Communities
Wickes Furniture
Wilsons Leather
WiQuest Communications
Woolworths Group
XL Airways UK
Yamato Life
Zavvi[80]
Ziff Davis
Zoom Airlines

2009
3D Realms
A1 Grand Prix Operations[81]
AbitibiBowater
Allied Carpets
Apex Silver Mines
Arcandor
Babcock & Brown
Bashas'
BearingPoint
Berkhamsted Town F.C.
Boater's World
Borders UK
Central Park Media
Charter Communications
Christian Lacroix[82]
CIT Group
Colonial Bancgroup
Crabtree & Evelyn
Darlington F.C.
Denver Newspaper Agency
Empire Direct
Extended Stay Hotels
Escada
Fisher Athletic F.C.
First Quench Retailing
Fleetwood Enterprises
FlyLal
Fortunoff
Goody's Family Clothing
Gottschalks
Hartmarx
Idearc
G.I. Joe's
Journal Register Company
Karmann[83]
KB Toys
Land of Leather[84]
LDV Group
FK Lyn
LyondellBasell
Magna Entertainment Corp.
Märklin
Merisant
Midway Games
Monaco Coach Corporation
Nortel
Peanut Corporation of America
Philadelphia Media Holdings[85]
Qimonda
Reader's Digest Association
R. H. Donnelley
Ritz Camera Centers
SeeqPod
Send the Light
SETA Corporation
Setanta Sports
SFCG Co.
Silicon Graphics
Smurfit-Stone Container
Spansion
Spectrum Brands
SPV GmbH
SsangYong Motor Company [note 29][86]
Stanford Financial Group
Station Casinos
Steve & Barry's
Strathfield[87]
Stylo
Sun-Times Media Group
Taylor, Bean & Whitaker
Tronox
Trump Entertainment Resorts
Viyella
Waterford Wedgwood[88]
Young Broadcasting

2010
Adams Childrenwear
Air America Radio
Bidtopia
Blockbuster Inc.
Canwest
HFC Haarlem
Hollywood Video
Pontin's

2011
4Kids Entertainment
AJWright
Borders Group
Focus DIY
Habitat
Hawkin's Bazaar
HomeForm Group
Oddbins
Syms Corporation
Ultimate Electronics

2012
SeaFrance
Malév Hungarian Airlines
Rangers F.C.
2012-08-22 10:34:05 PM  
1 votes:
on the heels of THIS its not really saying much.
2012-08-22 06:46:33 PM  
1 votes:
And now I feel incredibly fortunate.
 
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