35 thoughts on “De Sunday Papers

      1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Actually, I’m much more worried about that banner at the bottom of the Daily Star Sunday, or whatever they call each other…
        – £100 off pelting your kids with paintballs.
        That’s free, once you buy a gun and some paintballs, and wait until they fall asleep.
        Who would give you £200 for that?
        I wouldn’t do it for less than £300.
        Then there’s my young lad’s fee… and his agent.

        It’s a scam.
        Trust me.*

        *I can do stuff in Photoshop. I can make your kids look incredibly stupid/brainy and you don’t even have to wake them up. Believe you me, you can do crazy stuff with this yoke…
        3 weeks in and I’m STILL learning stuff…
        MAD. YEAH…

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Oh, is that the UK, or have we started another drive for “foreign investment” in exchange for passports?

  1. Goosey Lucy

    Does anybody wonder if, in 10 years time, we will think “actually, the UK were right all alone “.?
    I personally would rather see them stay,for various reasons, but I do wonder whether perhaps they’ve picked a strategic time to exit- in the long run ….

    1. GiggidyGoo

      Nothing strategic about it. It was the result of a referendum, and I doubt that timing was in anyone’s mind. I’m just wondering how they weren’t forced to run the referendum again to get the ‘right’ result. Then again, they respect the will of the people.

    2. mauriac

      Brits say they want to be like Singapore but forget they’re Europeans on a small island in the North Atlantic.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Father McCarthy makes submission “all a bottle of smoke”. Writing in ‘The Furrow’. Is he an expert on ploughing then?

      1. bisted

        …Eoghan Harris never quite regained that vitriolic contrarian mantle after Bertie bought him…

      2. Steve

        Sheik you’re an odd shinnerbot.

        Watching the windies play cricket yday – wouldn’t mention that on the falls

        1. jusayinlike

          It must be a tough time for you at the moment Steve, with Sinn Fein on the cusp of commanding policy in both north and south

        2. Sheik Yahbouti

          I have never voted Sinn Fein and have no plans to do so. However, I know crap when I read it or hear it, and would like this country to progress in every sphere. That won’t happen with attitudes like yours.

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I love how you think.

            Can we take it further and say all political parties are cults?

            And actually, are there such things as non-religious cults (political parties notwithstanding just now) in existence? Or do we have another word for it?

  3. Truth in the News

    Was not Mr Harris connected with Sinn Fein at some stage of his exploits, did he fall out with
    them or did they get rid of him, it seems that he suffers from a gigantic inferior personalty
    complex, maybe he thought it should be him running the Shinners.
    The reality whether we like it or not, the Shinners are here to stay, and no matter how much ink is spilled condemning them, is only leading one way…..increased support.
    An article by Harris on how INM got some of their debts written off by the State owned Bank AIB
    should whet his indignation….or indeed the current goings on at Board Level…..funny the silence:

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      “Official Sinn Fein” and Workers Party of Ireland. Self styled ‘Marxist ‘ theoretician. A bitter, twisted little man.

      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        Oh, also ‘Adviser ‘ to both John Bruton AND the Ulster Unionist Party. Tells you all you need to know about him and the Blue Shirts.

        1. Sheik Yahbouti

          and bought man of Bertie, of course. He’s not too choosy about where he bestows his favours.

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