16 thoughts on “Divide And Tool

  1. Mr. Camomile T

    Any entrepreneurial goods-lifter worth his salt is going to see the opportunity to cut out the middleman here. It’s not personal mate, it’s just business.

      1. Kieran NYC

        You’re so right.

        If someone isn’t nice they deserve to have their things taken from them.

        The criminals are the real heroes here.

  2. Daddy

    It’s a great example of the result of divide and conquer propaganda though.

    Here we have the little man, a small trader who like everyone else has been directly or indirectly screwed over by poor management of the economy by Fianna Fail and the sell out of it by Fine Gael. And he thinks his enemy is the unemployed on benefits.

    Well done all you bought off journalists.

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Oh Daddy, thanks for your concise summary of “the way it is”. This gobdaw doesn’t even realise that people may steal his tools, but they can’t “rob” them. So goes the saga of tuppence halfpenny looking down on tuppence, which suits our ‘Masters’ so well.

  3. Peter Dempsey

    Daddy , justifying theft. No surprise. I see a man got a 4.5 sentence for knifepoint robberies of pharmacies. Staff and members of the public traumatised. I presume you think he was justified as “FF FG are worse”

  4. Spaghetti Hoop

    He was obviously robbed before, and is bitter. Is this in Ireland or another country? Not that it matters. Lots of tradespeople have their (uninsured) tools stolen….it’s a tough thing to happen. In fairness, anybody robbed of their goods has supplemented some scumbag’s giant TV or perhaps their drug habit. In the great scheme of things I like this van-driver’s conscience- call, and ache more for the bad photography ;)

  5. Peter Dempsey

    The evil that men do lives after them;
    The good is oft interred with their bones;
    So let it be with Mr Van Driver. The noble Daddy
    Hath told you Mr Van Driver was ambitious:
    If it were so, it was a grievous fault,
    And grievously hath Mr Van Driver answer’d it.
    Here, under leave of Daddy and the rest–
    For Daddy is an Social Justice Warrior;
    So are they all, all Social Justice Warriors–
    Come I to speak in Mr Van Driver’s funeral.
    He was my friend, faithful and just to me:
    But Daddy says he was ambitious;
    And Daddy is an honourable man.

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