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29 thoughts on “Believaroo

  1. carlosfandango

    It’s not what it seems. It is in fact part of some unseen footage from ‘Father Ted, the lost tapes’. Great to see, proper attention to detail with the old art department and stuff.

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      1. The Old Boy

        Vehicle make LEYLAND
        Date of first registration May 1982
        Year of manufacture 1982
        Cylinder capacity 6540 cc
        CO₂ emissions Not available
        Fuel type DIESEL
        Euro status Not available
        Real Driving Emissions (RDE) Not available
        Export marker No
        Vehicle status Untaxed 1 February 2007
        Vehicle colour WHITE
        Vehicle type approval Not available
        Wheelplan 3 AXLE RIGID BODY
        Revenue weight 24000 kg
        Date of last V5C (logbook) issued 24 February 2005

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          1. The Old Boy

            That was a moment’s “copy and paste” from the DVLA’s publicly available vehicle checker, inspired by D’s comment above. I use it occasionally in the course of my work.

            I’m not sure why it irks you so. I wish I was still in the first flush of youth, as you incorrectly speculate. I usually refrain from getting into bad-tempered exchanges here – God knows I have enough of them in the real world – but you have a nerve accusing others of having “nothing better to do”.

          2. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

            @SOQ – I never get involved in squabbling on here if I can avoid it but The Old Boy is one of the good guys, I think you probably got the wrong end of the stick here.

          1. Paulus

            When the red mist clears, you may be able to see who you should be directing your ire towards.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Kinda sounds like a vehicle that Garda Harris could make some use of to transport thugs to evictions.

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  2. Ringsend Incinerator

    How do they give out communion? To cyclists at the back?

    Time would be far better spent using the vehicle to deliver meals or supplies to those that need them.

    Or to chuck Easter Eggs out the back…

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  3. some old queen

    All the usual so- I know Cooley well- it is a country area with many quarantined elderly people. That you sneer at old people having the opportunity to say a few brief prayers together says a lot more about you than anyone else.

    Have some respect for your elders please- they know way more than you.

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    1. Sham Bob

      It’s not about the special old peole of Cooley or even the special priest and his special car. Everyone else in the country is being told if they don’t stay within 2km of their homes they’re on a par with Harold Shipman.

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  4. Slightly Bemused

    On a side note, I understand the term ‘Popemobile’ was first coined by the Irish – not sure whom – when Pope JP2 came here. Even though popes has been transported by various vehicles, I was told it was us that coined the term.

    If true, nice we have had a funny lasting legacy.

    I saw him in it in Maynooth when he came, as part of the family entourage. Next time I saw him was in the plaza before the beautiful Zagreb cathedral that was so badly damaged recently. A man was walking his pet tiger that day, which I must admit I remember better

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  5. Harry Robertson

    No issues here, as per the act signed by Harris. A priest or minister of any religion is an essential person and can lead worship remotely…

    I would consider Cooley remote…

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