24 thoughts on “De Saturday Papers

          1. Kieran NYC

            Reporting about crime is lobbying now?

            Or does anything go as long as it hurts insurance companies?

          2. Kieran NYC

            Ha. You’d be just as likely to be whingeing about insurance companies being lazy and not cracking down on fraud, costing you money in premiums.

            Keep not voting. Gives you great stuff to moan about.

  1. objective

    So The Irish Times sent down Carl O’Brien this time to write a story on Tuam Babies. Still no apology from The Irish Times Rosita Boland and Conor Goodman.

  2. Shayna

    The Irish Times – Bid for title goes North? I’m a keen fan of irony, also the occasional witticism, this time, God damn it – they nailed it.

  3. SomeChump

    What a shameful bunch of rags. The Daily Mail story about a chid who walked into a room is just creepy.

    1. Topsy

      What’s creepy about it? Absolutely nothing. If you saw the incident on BBC news and later relayed on RTE news you would have seen that it was hilariously funny. Get a grip.

      1. SomeChump

        The video is one thing but writing an article about someone’s child like they’re a celebrity and trying to milk it to sell papers is twisted. Are people expected to see this headline and think “I must learn more about this child”? You get a grip.

      1. SomeChump

        Thanks, I haven’t seen that video that’s been shared on every website and social media page for the past two days.

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