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Telegraph: Former Iceland bank governor David Oddsson defends role in meltdown

One of the disadvantages of being a hate figure in a very small country is that everybody knows who you are and where you live.

"I am famous in Iceland's community of 300,000, and two or three months ago I used to have two or three guards with me," he says, sipping coffee in his lounge. "Now, though, I go where I like. When this was first going on people would cry hostility towards me, but today I get a very positive reaction. People were angry and they needed to find out who was mostly to blame."

But he's still an arrogant shit...

You can't be me, I'm taken

by Sven Triloqvist on Mon Apr 27th, 2009 at 02:55:28 PM EST

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