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Topics: Letters, MFI, DFS

Monday, 16 November 2009

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Some letters, yesterday.

The MD of DFS today spoke of a totally hypothetical bid to merge with the MFI, M&S and B&Q. This would possibly make them DFS&MFI&M&S&B&Q. We spoke at TGI's over a BLT and G&T.

Lyndon Stubbs, 48, used to work for the MoD in MK, when he moved into IT. The CEO liked him so much he made him MD pdq.
The planned merge is set to happen AM or PM today according to leaked pdf files on my IBM.

The BBC ran a documentary about the merge, but ITV are still to show the independent adverts according to the ASA.

As the FTSE drops, MP's and even the PM, rallied HBOS to fund an IFA to build up shares, in the hopes it will help.

Opposition to the merge is strong. Prof. D D Tee Phd. OBE, MD of DHL said "it would be like the RAF merging with the IRA in the RoI." TNT's CMO, A D Pee MBE said "the CFO of the BOD must see the UK is not the USA, merger's just don't work here! I mean VHS and DVD won't mix, why would these? For that matter the KKK and NRA are a lethal mix"

Another problem is that the NFU feels put out because they won't insure until the FOA MMS .jpg's of the RSJ's. Which is a pain.

FYI we shot down to KFC to eat a BBM, lol, and continued our HTH. Then an RPG was fired and we GTF outta there.

The CIA and FBI are investigating.

Mr Stubbs quickly left in his BMW.

At this point my BASF tape went wrong so I started writing ASAP with my BIC.

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