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17 thoughts on “De Thursday Papers

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Four minutes in the making.
      Five and a half hours so far in ‘moderation’.

      Just delete it BS, and let me go to bed.
      I like to know what I have to answer for when I wake up.

      You’re messing with me circadian rhythm, even though you don’t know what that means.

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    On a more serious note, while I’m waiting for my previous comment to be released from ‘moderation’…

    Isn’t it reprehensible that the Daily Star can attach the tagline ‘Sobbing Luvvie…’ to a story that isn’t a story, just to denigrate the issue for their own purposes?
    Lily Allen lacks wisdom, but boy is she smart…

    I love that girl, like a daughter.
    (My real daughters are better-looking.)

  2. martco

    Mitchell O’Connor – proof that ANYONE could be a TD – maybe if she spent less time in the Dail bar she might get the hang of things

    1. Puca

      She is cocky ignorance personified.
      Chairperson of her own fan club no doubt; Subscription fee: unadulterated praise,no tough questions.

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    Being so intrigued by the New Statesman cover, I actually went online and read it. There is an article there named ‘Is arguing online actually good for your mental health?’
    In case anyone here is interested……….

      1. kellma

        I can understand that. Commenting on-line makes it easier for you to express outrage that you would normally temper a bit if you were just talking to real people…. And too much outrage and ranting is not good for your mental health.. Step away from the CAPS… ;)

  4. some old queen

    Metro: This isn’t even the beginning of food price rises to happen in brexit Britain. It will be interesting to see what public opinion will be like once the full economic knock on is passed down to the high street.

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