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MORE to folly.

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

Thanks Séamus Kiernan (Westmeath Topic); Patrick Conboy (Longford Leader); Nick Sutton (UK papers); Kevin Cramer (Irish Examiner); Garrett Rowe (Irish Times); Meliosa Fitzgibbon (The Irish Daily Mail)

5 thoughts on “De Wednesday Papers

  1. Truth in the News

    How much interest are the Banks paying on 100K, in fact we should
    organise a “Dole Depositers Scheme” run like the one 10 or 12 years
    ago under the PR logo “Save the Dole”

  2. Starina

    “Dead woman ‘was having an affair with her killer'” – just once i would like to see a story like that run without blaming the victim. How about “Killer was having an affair with his victim”?

    1. Joe the Lion

      I was going to write something smart arse here but thought better of it – sarcasm doesn’t really work on the net.
      I don’t even see why they need to use the word affair- must make them feel superior or sommat.
      I have often fantasised about a mag that reports on the private lives of hacks and films them at home etc.

    2. Spaghetti Hoop

      Thought that too.
      The accused is a married man; the victim was single.
      As for Morning Ireland recruiting a poorly-briefed and inappropriately-casual Mirror reporter this morning…

  3. Mr. T.

    Surprised the Indo didn’t do their usual pic of barely legal half naked young wans on a beach somewhere alongside an article about violence against women.

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