Michale O’R writes:
218 years ago the bold men of the rising hoped for assistance from the French that materialised too late for the 1798 rebellion. 100 years after the the Easter Rising, the French patrol vessel Flamant (above) is escorted up the Liffey by the tug Shackleton. Things could get rowdy, this weekend…
if there is any sign of things getting rowdy the French will put up the white flags and run like hell!
Not in rugby tho :)
sadly so true!
Je suis Dockside Hooker pour la weekend.
hopefully they’ll shell the IFSC, money laundering scum
as Jack Charlton once said about a football pundit and refers to you….a bitter little man!
The thought of all those lost jobs must make you giddy!
Christ, the spawn of john bruton to the rescue. Don’t you have to go suck up to leo somewhere??
come on dav there must be some good in you, can you be turned?
The ladypart’s not for turning.