23 thoughts on “Was It For This?

  1. Small Wonder

    Just take it easy Jim B. Don’t rush yourself. Nice and slow and steady. One day at a time, and eventually you will get over yourself.

  2. Joan Burton

    Giving out about the ‘London style’ phone number while on his Tesco mobile and no doubt sitting in the Premiership jersey.

    Muppet ! toal muppet

    1. Snake

      I would actually hazard a guess that he is sitting in a Celtic jersey, although he might have a Liverpool/Man Utd tattoo on one of his arms.

    1. scottser

      you do realise that the staff at broadsheet house is breaking it’s collective arse laughing at you right now?

        1. scottser

          it could be the broadsheet studio alrite. and the laughing due to the passing around of karl’s jazz woodbine.

  3. Tony

    What’s the big deal? Sure won’t Irish Water be a privatised subsidiary of British Water soon enough? That’s the long term plan surely?

  4. Cup of tea anyone

    My guess is that when they were creating the website they used an application that was already built for gathering data like names emails and numbers. if this wasn’t irish water would it be that big of a deal?

    1. Clampers Outside!


      But when the gubbiment takes you for a ride and does so, so badly in one of the most disastrous clusterfupps ever… you get to poke it with a stick and laugh at the shambles no matter how big or small.

  5. Spaghetti Hoop

    That’s nothing Jim.
    Wait until you get to ‘unrecognised postcode’, and ‘did we say we shipped to UK? We meant England,Scotland & Wales not Northern Ireland’. Not to mention ‘Our UK offices; Dublin, Cork’, ‘Press Union Jack for english-speaking’.
    Time to stock up on tranquillisers my friend.

  6. Rob_G

    Some people must lead charmed lives that things like this are the most serious of their worries.

    1. Jimmy 2 tones

      Loads of unlikeable selfish sheltered people living charmed lives on broadsheet thats for certain. Fair play to the good people standing up to obvious blatant corruption.

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