18 thoughts on “De Saturday Papers

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    @ Gatybo:
    …seriosly Northside/Southside?

    Do some people think that that’s still a thing?

  2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Excuse me, but I thought you could find a bit of craic here at the weekend.
    Did everybody die?

    -How come I still have access to my neighbours’ internet accounts?

    1. Hank

      Ah, that’d be the aul’ social life.
      When you’re here, pissed out of your head and replying to your own comments in the wee hours of a Monday or Tuesday morning, many of us are sound asleep in a vain effort to be fresh and alert for work the next day.
      And then Friday arrives with her flirty eyes and the promise of drinking till all hours and an alarm clock free lie in and, suddenly, we’re anyone’s..

  3. Hank

    The Sun’s silhouette representation of “Mr Big” is pretty funny.
    Now why do I suspect that the reality is closer to some slightly bloated, hot-tempered cretin in Lifestyle Sports leisurewear..

  4. poppy

    If i was the hitman that gunned down the two Ryan brothers id be sending the Sun paper a donation for fingering their brother Dermot. Irrresponsible reporting potentially making him a sitting duck.its wrong.

  5. Tish Mahorey

    Dear Daily Star and other Irish gutter rags.

    What is it with your sensationalism around weather? It’s completely inaccurate and misleading. It’s going to be milder mid week and no snow.

    Leave the forecasting to the professionals.

  6. some old queen

    The Morning Star has indirectly raised a very good point. What is so attractive about privatisation? The reason why a vulture fund would buy a company is to make a profit and while there may be some in raising prices, management restructuring appears to be the key. Maybe they could collectively buy CIÉ?

    The core question is not private/public but how to get rid of the sort of clowns who killed the Irish Labour party. Everyone screams about cronyism at a high level but no one ever mentions the fact that outside the real medics, to get employed within the HSE you need to have a family connection in the right union.

    As for Irish Water, my understanding is that employment contracts from 1st Jan 2015 forward did not include sick pay?

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