De Friday Papers

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MORE to folly.

Thanks Nick Sutton (UK covers); Tony McCullagh (People Group); Paul Murphy (The Irish Sun); Kevin Cramer (The Irish Examiner)

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

11 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

  1. I.P. Freely

    The Torygraph can’t tell the difference between a Spitfire and a Hurricane. Churchill must be spinning in his grave.

  2. Eve

    Alright, call me paranoid – but are the Irish papers still running ‘won’t somebody think of the children’ headlines?! Albeit not SSM based.

  3. Tá Frilly Keane

    #AsABroadsheetReader

    How d’ûck do you hide 743 files
    Then find then after 15 years..
    (Examiner)

    Were they redecorating?

    1. Kieran NYC

      Bernard: “I’ll just say, ‘The Minister has asked me to thank you for your letter’ and something like ‘The matter is under consideration’, or even ‘under active consideration’.”

      Hacker: “What’s the difference?”

      Bernard: “Well, ‘under consideration’ means we’ve lost the file, ‘under active consideration’ means we’re trying to find it.”

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