ID Cards, Dodgy Yokes And Tin Foil Chat


Did you stay up.

A loved up hug to, clockwise from to left: ‘Preposterous‘, Vanessa Foran, Johnny Keenan  Graham De Barra, Olga Cronin and Public Service Card-carrier Neil Curran, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Johnny and Graham joined us LIVE from the Vintage Inn, Stradbally, County Laois to discuss drug safety at Electric Picnic this weekend..

Graham is the founder of Cork-based Helpnotharm, which will have trained volunteers at the festival to look after Sarah Murphy rasher fried ‘revellers’.

He doled out class a wisdom on the subject of pharmaceutical harm prevention and music festivals. You may like him.

Meanwhile, Johnny, busy promoting the One Love direct provision festival, noticed a famous face at the Vintage Inn. Can you spot him @17.45 as we couldn’t.

Olga brought us new revelations on the attempted smearing of Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe.

Father to be Neil and Vanessa, a mother, agreed on the benefit of vaccines but diverged wildly on the subject of ID cards.

Finally, ‘Preposterous’ came out as a conspiracy loon. What a loser!

Thanks all


Previously: broadsheet on the Telly on broadsheet

22 thoughts on “ID Cards, Dodgy Yokes And Tin Foil Chat

    1. newsjustin


      “We’ve found things like cement and (extreme experimental psychedelic compound) in yokes bought at festivals.”

      “Uh. That’s too bad. More testing maybe. Still….Yokes Yokes Yokes.”

      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        well people like getting high
        legalise it and make it “safe” like Ireland’s favourite drug alcohol

          1. scottser

            or you can get a reagent kit to test your pills, you know, for folks who like a choice.
            but you don’t like giving folks a choice do you?

          2. newsjustin

            Most people won’t ever test a pill. You know that. They’ll take them anyway and will have the support of you and sites like broadsheet who are too cool for school.

            Then when someone dies you’ll blame the government for not making them legal. As if that forces people to eat an unidentified pharmaceutical compound bought in a tent.

            Call me old-fashioned, but I guess I’d prefer people didn’t die needlessly.

          1. Harry Molloy

            did you see me on the luas? I’ve been fatigued lately, I usually have more vigour.

            I’ve seen two people on broadsheet on the luas. both rides.

          2. mildred st. meadowlark

            I’m not a luas user – you might catch me on the bus, mind. Did you see Anne on the luas?

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