Now I May Be Wrong, But Frankly I Doubt It

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We may finally get to the bottom of this.

Probably not.

Meanwhile…

Ordure.

He wrote.

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9 thoughts on “Now I May Be Wrong, But Frankly I Doubt It

  1. Zaccone

    Her ministerial pension should be withheld until she appears before the Oireachtas to answer questions on this. Its ridiculous to keep paying someone who doesn’t hold the state in enough esteem to bother answering questions from its parliament when called to.

    1. jungleman

      Great idea. Similar to the rule of not letting people into bars and restaurants until they cop on and get vaccinated?

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