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  1. Hector Ramirez

    Cue the ‘All the fault of establishment parties and the Main stream media…’ frenzy

      1. V

        It might well be the excuse pulled for not going back for another election
        And to provide cloud cover for FF FG while they pull a fast one

        But I’m still washing my hands and keeping alcohol wipes in the handbag

        1. Formerly Known As @ireland.com

          I reckon Trump will use it as an excuse not to have an election, if he thinks he will lose.

          1. V

            It might be the reason those entitled to Vote will apply for staying at home on Polling Day alright

            But I can’t see Trump being that absurd and fragile about his own chances of re-election

            He’s both the incumbent while the Dems are lingering and dawdling and splitting around securing an opponent

            Only a massive economic meltdown will get in his way
            IMO anyway

    1. scottser

      i’m sticking to my MI5 conspiracy theory.
      they can infect us with as many heebee-jeebies as they want, they’ll never stop a united ireland.

      1. Charger Salmons

        Hopefully not.
        The sooner you lot take ownership of the cesspool up north the better.

        1. V

          I’m not sure ye’ll be able for the reparations Charger

          I’d hould up on all that bravado if I were you

        2. 01101101 01100011

          Hi Charger
          you best get back to selling your shares off instead of lolling about around here, hm? ;)

  2. A Person

    This is not a dig at Mary Lou as I would not like to in her shoes, but where are all the warriors having a go at politician sending their kids to a school that can afford to go on ski trips? Goo, Mustard where are you?

    1. millie vanilly strikes again

      I went to a school that did trips of this kind (though not, admittedly, skiing) and the burden falls on the parent/s to pay, not the school. I funded my own school trip to France when I was 17 using money from a part time job, for example. It was a great incentive for me to save and take on a bit of extra responsibility. But I’d say it varies from school to school.

    2. GiggidyGoo

      Jeez you’re some yoke alright. Parents scrimp and save to give their children things they probably didn’t experience themselves when they were young. They’re all probably SF in your eyes. ROFL

      1. A Person

        Nope I scrimped and scraped as well, but there were idiots on here last week saying typical middle class schools with kids going on trips etc. Look at comment below from truth in the news. As for you ROLF, you made a comment without mentioning blushirts? Are you ok? You have yet to define or even spell blueshirts.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Have you mentioned Blueshirts? Double – ROFL.
          Truth In The News’s comment isn’t anything to do with parents being able to afford school trips or not. It’s about the inconsistency of the students views on all things green, but then taking off of a jet on a school trip.

  3. Truth in the News

    Couple of weeks ago the streets were filled with teenagers protesting about
    the effects of carbon on climate, how is this reconciled with mid terms breaks
    with overseas air travel to far flung ski resorts, could we have details of what
    schools travelled where from the HSE and Joe McHugh in the Dept of
    Education

  4. Paulus

    As I understand it; teachers often go free. They avail of free deals per X number students. Though to be fair, they probably earn it by having to bring back the same number they left with, AND hopefully not impregnated!

  5. Kevin Higgins

    No nannies or cooks or retinue of domestics to run the home- though I know some significant FF & FG households who do ) but using such family supports as available and caring in a contained environment for your children, using remote methods of work available-seems like a good idea

    1. Rob_G

      I’ve never met any Irish people who have either “cooks”, or a “retinue of domestics” – you’re full of shyte.

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