17 thoughts on “Thursday’s Papers

  1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Gee, When the Tory rags turn on them, you know they are in trouble. Britain is not coping well. The Irish numbers are not good. The death rate is just a few days behind Britain. I don’t understand the attitude in Ireland in recent weeks, it appears to me that people accepted the inevitability of an Italian type scenario, rather than acting decisively to avoid it. Just because Ireland’s rate is lower than Britain’s does not mean Ireland is going well.

    1. dav

      nobody is “going well” is just a matter of managing how terrible it’s going to be. Every country will probably have similar death rates, the only thing that they can try and do about it is have those deaths over a longer period of time to try and insure there’s some of the health service left to deal with the non-covid cases.

    1. MaryLou's ArmaLite

      Did you come up with that all by yourself. Good boy

      Remember a vote for SF/IRA is a vote for murder.

      1. millie aka oprah

        Did you come up with that by yourself? Well done, sweetie.

        You can congratulate yourself on your own cleverness now, for sure.

      2. GiggidyGoo

        Maybe you meant ‘A vote for FF is a vote for FG’ or ‘A Vote for FG is a vote for FF’ ROFL

        CTRL+V on your last sentence eh?

    1. millie aka oprah

      Time is a construct, scottser. If it feels like a Friday, who is to say it is not a Friday for you?

  2. class wario

    LOL the British papers who had essentially been cheerleaders for Johnson up until about a week or two ago have suddenly realised things aren’t quite right. It’d be hilarious if the results aren’t so deadly.

  3. some old queen

    Just when you thought the world couldn’t get any more strange- Belfast says “Hold my Pint”. Necessity is the mother of invention so drag queen Tina Leggs Tantrum aka Gerry Walls and his mother are nightly live streaming the rosary onto Facebook.

    “I got a wee video sent to me from a group of girls from the Shankill. They said they didn’t know the prayers; they’d never heard them before, but they were still watching.

    So a drag queen is saying the rosary and Shankill road prods are tuning in. Mind you, anyone who has ever seen the Tina Leggs Tantrum’s act will know it will take more than a few rosaries to save that wan.

    https://www.irishnews.com/lifestyle/2020/04/01/news/drag-artist-s-live-streamed-rosary-among-ways-northerners-supporting-each-other-1881745/

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