16 thoughts on “De Wednesday Papers

      1. Malta

        I’m pretty sure that neither the Sun not the Star are complying with best practice guidelines for reporting suicides.

      2. Bob

        There’s a difference between reporting it and exploiting it. But hey, let’s forget the tragedy so we can make money from it, eh?

  1. Ginner Winner Frilly Keane

    I hope everyone that’s buys those editions of the Star, Sun and Mirror,
    get a right dose of sum’ting that’s makes their bits fall off,
    have a penalty points letter plop thru the door
    Find the milk is outta date
    And the batteries in the remote leak

    For starters

  2. Walter-Ego

    Any newspaper going to report on Mick Wallaces revelations today about NAMA. Or are the press trying to bury it?

    1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

      Perhaps when Mr. Wallace puts substance to his claims the Press will begin reporting on it.
      For the time being he seems to be holding the ball close to his chest.
      I can’t help myself from thinking he has more secrets to reveal. (Blind optimism.)
      We all know he has plenty of balls, and he’s close as he could be to exposing them…

      1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

        Please Mick, redeem yourself.
        Your country needs you (to pay your proper taxes first and stop screwing your employees. That would be a nice start.)

        Mick, you’re not on mushrooms, are you?
        I’d be very disappointed if I found out that you were. Very disappointed indeed.

        1. meadowlark

          I for one wouldn’t be surprised though. He looks like a man who enjoyed the kaleidoscope haze way back when.

    1. Ms Piggy

      Yes, that was my immediate thought too. But then I thought that really, if that’s the worst they can do…I’ve got less flattering holiday snaps than that!

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