Who Fears To Speak Of ’98?


How much?

Brand New Retro writes:

In 1998 Loaded magazine came to Dublin. Entertainment costs then v today’s approx price):

Pint: £2.50 (€5.60) Club night: £10. (€0 – €20) Guinness Store £3.00 (from €19.50) LOI Match at Tolka Pk £2.50-£10 (€15)…

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18 thoughts on “Who Fears To Speak Of ’98?

    1. Brother Barnabas

      it was a half-arsed visitor centre back then – not even called the Storehouse, I dont think

      1. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

        Ah yeah, that’s make sense…
        I remember watching Ireland Germany WC 2002 there, woke up next morning with my ear pierced, no idea where I got it from.

  1. Dr.Fart

    i was dancing to U2 in The Kitchen one night in the late 90s and Bono was there, we caught eyes and he gave me a big thumbs up. It was one of the worst moments of my life.

    1. Dr.Fart

      its only a place to bring middle class marketing women on dates. dont go there for a pint.

    2. Paulus

      Well, according to their website; you were in the heart of Dublin’s Creative Quarter – so that’s to be expected.

      Is it possible to be in the Grafton Quarter and the Creative Quarter at the same time, i.e. do they overlap?
      If so are you then in a half?
      I feel a Venn diagram coming on.

      1. Dr.Fart

        its hard to figure out, on my count we’re up to around 8 quarters now. So I think it might be a cube and not a square at all. Also, there’s nothing creative about that area, it’s just bars for flutes and tourists. hes teeth used to be there, until they got kicked out to make way for a boutique hotel. unless hotels are now, creative. who knows.

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