16 thoughts on “Move Along

  1. Sheik Yahbouti

    Oh yeah, Sheila – what a terrible place Dublin is. Might I recommend a sense of humour transplant? I might also recommend a ‘transplant’ to one’s own little slice of paradise.

  2. BlackRock Ronán

    Yes, we do hopscotch differently, Sheila: Mostly in ways to attract the attention of needy iPhone camera-toting millennials on their way to work to their tax-efficient corporate tech (i.e. help desk and accounts department) in Google and Facebook from their apartments in Dublin 8 that they’ve helped price the rest of us locals out of.

      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        Nobody, Darling – just suffering from a certain ‘fatigue’ which you obviously wouldn’t understand, given your comment, so can’t be arsed to explain. Try being a villified minority in your own home, why don’tcha?

        1. Supercrazyprices

          Ah so Sheik Yahbouti and Blackrock Ronan is the same person?

          Although I entirely concur with the critique of digital distant millennials living their lives through a lens while losing the skill of human interaction.

          Dublin 8 is great.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I don’t deny it. I lived in Francis St for years n years.
            The comment was aimed at you saying you’re a vilified minority in your own house.

          2. Sheik Yahbouti

            Sorry was doing other stuff. NO, Blackrock Ronan has nothing to do with me, and in fact we differ on social issues. Let me reassure you that I am relatively popular in my own gaff – I regularly receive presents and, more importantly, cuddles. Perhaps I was being a little sharp, but I have become very tired of the notion that Dublin would be a great place if only we could get rid of the last of the Dublin people. Our Government is comprised of our rural brethren – ditto the Civil Service and virtually any position of power in this country. Where did John Tierney, Dublin City Manager and hero of Irish Water hale from? Yet, Dublin people are the dregs. I just get tired of it sometimes – sorry.

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