22 thoughts on “De Monday Papers

  1. Happy Molloy

    Given the front page of the Star, surely it can no longer be called a newspaper and should really be considered a magazine, of sorts?

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      The Irish Times wins the front page today. “a cunning plan” to kick the thorny issue of ‘forced baptism ‘ as far down the road as possible, and more eggregious waste of public funds by the HSE. These are matters worthy of report, surely.

          1. Steve

            lol a hipster opinion blog post from 7 years ago that mentioned Bruton went to a catholic secondary school. Eh so did a lot of us. Doesn’t make us all “religious”. And I think that’s why Bruton is trying to change things, to reflect that.

            Pull the other one.

          2. Kennysmells

            Steve he has a clear opportunity here to as you said, change something but instead he’s doing a period of consultation and time wasting on this. The length of this consultation period is unclear. Am I pulling now Steve?

          3. Steve

            So you’re suggesting that the Minister for Education should stop wasting time fire ahead, implement new policy, without consultation with stakeholder, on an issue that may affect the constitution??

            Hhhmm

          4. jusayinlike

            “Brutons trying to change things”

            Hahaha yea right. Gullible Steve buying the fg propaganda. Well done mate stellar job in the fraperoom

  2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I’m just home from Dublin Shitty Centre.

    The first homeless guy I spoke to on my way, on Dame Street, he didn’t seem to understand why I didn’t want to give him ALL of my money… We didn’t part on good terms, but I was still €5 poorer than I was before I met him. He called himself Dave, said he was from Waterford. Whatever…
    The second homeless guy I spoke to, on Grafton Street, he was more convivial… He accompanied me to McDonald’s, then legged it as soon as I paid for his breakfast. His name was Paul,from Clondalkin.

    But I don’t care…
    A pear of bad apples don’t make a cart, and as Bertie once said, they can’t upset the Apple-tart.
    …but sometimes… just sometimes… I despair…

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Don’t get me wrong… I wasn’t out to collect any accolades, but I didn’t expect two kicks in the nuts like that for trying to be nice. It’s disheartening.

  3. Compassion Cash

    Indo with Dancing with Stars pic on front page. Just so you don’t get any notions that there may be news of any importance inside.

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      I had a quick look at the ‘Irish Independent’ this morning.
      I’ll say this much for them… They know how to write sentences, which is a lot more than at least one of their critics…
      Just sayin’…

      1. Compassion Cash

        Very snappy. I don’t really put too much thought into how I write, especially on the bus half asleep on the way into work.

        You wouldn’t know anything about that. Go back to drinking gin and posting mainstream, populist reggae. You’re clueless.

      2. Compassion Cash

        What age are you by the way ? You strike me as someone who used be music savvy (maybe)… but now it’s 12 years later and your the lame uncle in his late 30s, desperately trying to have a clue.

  4. dylad

    When a paper starts a headline with ‘Now’, you know it is either the Daily Mail or some other reactionary rag.

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