24 thoughts on “Sunday’s Papers

  1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    2/3 majority is malarkey. 50% + 1 vote is all that is needed. The whole Six counties was created to confect a majority. Why should that crime be allowed to last one minute longer than possible. It is called democracy. A minority has been manufactured and forced into a state against its will. How people think it would be OK to force a majority to be part of a foreign state is beyond me.

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  2. Steph Pinker

    I’ve never met Henry Mountcharles, however, I really like his divilish character face, I’d say he has a few stories to tell – I’d also love to meet Seán Ryan who is the owner of Leap Castle.

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    1. A Lovely Horst

      Try the queen too. She owns Balmoral Castle. She’s a laugh a minute and could tell many stories too.

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    2. paddy apathy

      Ireland missed a trick in the 1920s not running these fupps, of whom there are still many and own considerable estates, out of the country.

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  3. Hank

    If the restaurants were to actually sue the government for not allowing them to start catering indoors from the same date as hotels are allowed to, that could get quite interesting..

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  4. Birdie

    I wonder what Hazel Chu’s next move will be.

    I thought Oliver Callans latest show was spot on about that constituency, barristers running. The divide in ruling classes in Ireland is so obvious. I can’t imagine a left leaning party will get in but what a coup it would be if that happened. A PBP candidate topping the poll would be delicious.

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      1. A Lovely Horst

        Broadsheets resident silly has wrote his first post of the day, defending barristers. Guffaw. I’m sure they all come from fine upstanding families, some even from Mayo probably

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    1. Rily

      So she is not fulfilling her contact as Dublin mayor
      Doing a Mary Robinson
      A mayor should like any representative be allowed to resign and mot fulfill their election promise
      So remember that when you vote

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  5. Donald McCarthy

    Unusually unseasonal and unseemly for the greens to be chewing hazels at this time of the year.

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