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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Farih View Post

The whole of the western world live's beyond there means tbh.
Thing with Greece is they lied about there economy in documents and when errors and scheme's were discovered it was to late.


Shame for the normal people really because its the people on top that messed it up, and its the normal working class people that have to pay the price.

My retirement is increased by 2 years and if you divide the money payed towards Greece amongst working people i also payed 23.000 euro in cash !
And i am not even a Greek.

But instead of moaning at stuff that is out of our hands lets talk gaming..
How is gaming is Greece, can you get proper hardware there still ? (asking Themental)

Yes we can get proper hardware, the problem is euro, prices are a bit high compared to USD.

Example
100 USD = 100 EURO
post #12 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Farih View Post

The whole of the western world live's beyond there means tbh.
Thing with Greece is they lied about there economy in documents and when errors and scheme's were discovered it was to late.


Shame for the normal people really because its the people on top that messed it up, and its the normal working class people that have to pay the price.

My retirement is increased by 2 years and if you divide the money payed towards Greece amongst working people i also payed 23.000 euro in cash !
And i am not even a Greek.

But instead of moaning at stuff that is out of our hands lets talk gaming..
How is gaming is Greece, can you get proper hardware there still ? (asking Themental)

This is not the place to have such a conversation.
That's why , i will stop posting about it.

This thread is not mine and probably the thread title is kind of strange ?

Anyway

If i try to answer your question about gaming in Greece :
1)I wont be too accurate , cause it's not my sector
2)My answer will have economical and political statements , which i dont want to write.

I will pm you instead.
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post #13 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Farih View Post

The whole of the western world live's beyond there means tbh.
Thing with Greece is they lied about there economy in documents and when errors and scheme's were discovered it was to late.
Shame for the normal people really because its the people on top that messed it up, and its the normal working class people that have to pay the price.
My retirement is increased by 2 years and if you divide the money payed towards Greece amongst working people i also payed 23.000 euro in cash !
And i am not even a Greek.

The thread is from "poor Greece" and so the "poor" can not be let unnoticed. Problem in Greece is not only limited to the top, lots of people were benefiting
from the corrupt system and they still do not want to accept reality. I happened to read about the country of Latvia which also had huge crisis (though less than
Greece) but they did radical reforms (=cutting everything by 25%) and recovered quickly.
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