Locked-Out Generation


Ah here.


Also: sturdy chain tbf.

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13 thoughts on “Locked-Out Generation

  1. A Person

    Seriously. locked out generation? 2 thieves trying to steal some-one else’s property, but they are a locked out generation? Well done Bodger on your coverage and constant shinner and soc dem support. I can’t understand how this can be coupled with Gemma?

    1. Bodger

      Sorry, A Person, as the pair were thwarted by a lock I thought it might get a chuckle. We only get a minute on each header so standards can slip.

      1. A Person

        You have answered my question in spades. No bias to see here. What does your boss think? Your election coverage with goo, fart and the rest has been appalling. Why are you so one sided?

        1. GiggidyGoo

          There have been some gob…..ites posting here over the years, buy you really take the biscuit.

        2. millie vanilly strikes again

          They aren’t under any obligation to be unbiased, as far as I’m aware. They are a blog, a pretty left leaning one, and they’ve never been shy about that.

          Of course, if I’m wrong, I’m happy to be corrected, and I’m sure that John Ryan will be only too happy to set the record straight.

          For what it’s worth, I think BS provide an alternative voice in Irish news and their coverage of the Disclosures Tribunal was excellent and consistent. They do good work on a limited staff, with a lesser budget than many other news sources.

          1. Cú Chulainn

            They do, and thank you John (and the other guy.. : )) I think you simply hold the mirror up.. as it were.. except for the Gemma episode.. and haven’t we all had a love who just went bat poo crazy.. meanwhile, if this seems biased maybe that’s because it’s a counter weight to the rest of the self deluded clap trap elsewhere.. thank you..

          2. John Ryan

            Thanks Millie, we supported Labour in the 2011 General Election (with the attendant buyer’s remorse) and stopped endorsing anyone after that. We would love to see Catherine Murphy in a cabinet. She seems very kind, thoughtful and decent and showed great courage in her dealings with Denis O’Brien.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Yeah.. most likely from Blanch.. scrot hq.. unlike The Blanch, which is what the good honest people of West Dublin have called it for hundreds of years..!!

  2. Walter Ego

    But they are only lovable rogues like Conor and Jock in Young Offenders.
    Whats to worry about. They can sing great songs with the passengers while their mate robs the bus at knife point.

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