Taken this afternoon during the events to mark the 7oth Anniversary of the bombing of the North Strand area of Dublin by the Luftwaffe.
Noel Brady, age 91 (and still a member of the St John’s Ambulance Brigade), waits for a lift home at the spot where one of the – four – bombs dropped on Dublin on May 31, 1941.
Noel was one of the first on the scene.
Earlier German Ambassador Busso Von Alvensleben unveiled a plaque to the dead at the commemorative ceremony and looked every inch his extraordinary name.:
What The Telegraph want to say: “Sluts.”
It will be warm, settled and dry from Thursday through Saturday, with good sunny spells expected each day. Temperatures will be in the high teens at least and in the low twenties in many places, with Friday likely to be the warmest day, when values of 23 or 24 C.
No shame in choking dude.
You might have told Mr Steroid where to get off mind.
“It was such a colourful and lively visit, as well as a wonderful opportunity for Her Majesty and His Royal Highness to meet members of the public,” wrote the Queen’s deputy private secretary, Edward Young.
“Please would you tell the people of Cork that the warmth of their welcome was deeply moving and greatly appreciated.”
They will never shut up about this.
What they said in 1990 to scare people: “She’s a ruthless career woman with a ‘new found interest in her children’.”
What they’re saying in 2011 to scare people: “He’s a licentious old goat with ‘unhealthy views about children’.”
Like a clean living member of Right Said Fred.
A backstory the X Factor would find too underdog-ish..
We say: Visually-impaired Dragon.
You say: Hairless Ron Burgundy (go to 1.16)
This is what happens when you attack the low-paid.
At the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan yesterday.