35 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Papers

  1. Steph Pinker

    Ivan Yates interviewed Bertie Ahern recently – Yates asked him about the GFA and who played the most important role in securing it, to which Aherne replied, ‘me’.

    RIP John Hume.

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        1. dav

          I don’t have a source to cite, but I distinctly remember hearing about it after he stepped down and it does crop up now and again on Newstalk when they interview them.

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  2. Cú Chulainn

    Will the well Roasted Salmon be along to cheer that the EU are about to cave on a post brexit deal..? On important things: RIP John Hume, who kept the light on when all seemed lost.

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  3. Mary (Never) Wong

    editorial idea

    One of the best threads in zonks here the other day was when readers were able to say where cut prices are available on quality alcohols and beers
    Can we re-institute this please and make it a column!
    It’s an important public service given the re-impending Lockdown. Let’s close down all the crap overpriced pubs for good!

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    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Yup. People who think for themselves rather than reacting to polls and social media. Good people with sound morals and a brain.
      Sigh. You wouldn’t think it should be too much to ask for.

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    1. Janet, dreams of big guns

      ahhhhh ! that’s me screeching in appropriate delight, well done you and welcome baba to this crazy topsy turvey beautiful world, wishing him health happiness, charm and wit (my fairy godmother gifts ;))

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    2. Nigel

      YAAAAAS GO ON MILLIE ST MOTHERLARK! GET AS MUCH SLEEP AS YOU CAN GET WAITED ON HAND AND FOOT TREATED LIKE A QUEEN!

      I totally understand if you don’t want to name him after me, in case you were worrying.

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