I'm not really worried about the credit crunch, or the world banking crisis, because I'm financially insolvent anyway.
So what does all this mean to me?
Because if you don't have nothing, then there's nothing anybody can take away from you.
So don't worry, be happy, just pretend that half your nation's GDP has been well invested by city suited types who (allegedly) don't really know what they're doing.
Don't you believe it.
They know what they're doing perfectly well. They deserve every penny of their million dollar plus bonuses for gambling money they don't even have.
One of them once tipped me five cents after I'd pestered him for twenty minutes from my urine soaked cardboard box during a monsoon (probably caused by global warming) in Barcelona.
I was homeless and desperate at the time. I still am.
But I say three cheers for the bankers. They're the only ones who can successfully deliver us all from the hell of the credit crunch, and I think that the calls from certain left wing politicians for these people to accept responsibility for the mess they've landed us all in is quite frankly frivolous.
It's raining again and I'm shivering too much to type...
God bless the bankers....