I don’t know what this is exactly, but it made me laugh.
I’m not saying that it’s the worst place on Earth, but this morning I wrote a song about burning down most of the city based on several disagreeable encounters from last night.
Damien posted this, and I think you’ll agree that it bears reposting. It reminded me of this guy’s election poster:
This debate is a little tiresome and legalistic, but in essence the Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern has proposed making blasphemous libel a criminal offence, punishable by a fine of up to €100,000. This article provides a bit more context, with Ahern explaining that he has to introduce a law like this since it is [...]
Waters is notorious to churning out shite in his Irish Times colume, but his latest burst of spleen is really quite something. From the IT: OPINION: CONOR CASBY, the artist claiming responsibility for the notorious nude paintings of the Taoiseach hung for a “joke” in the National Gallery and RHA, has said that he wants [...]
Chonaic mé é (í?) ar thuras bháid timpeall seacht mbliain ó thin, nuair a bhí mé ag freastal ar cursa samhrá ar Oilean Clara. Bhí sé (sí?) go h-iontach ar fad, agus ní dheanfaidh mé dhearmead ríomh an raidharc. Tá píosa dheas air (uirthi?) san iris thar scór The Economist seo seactain. [Tá fios agam [...]
This is one of their better ones in recent times.
I saw him speak/ramble incoherently about religion at the Philosoph, I’ve seldom found his articles to be worth reading (a good 60% of them seem to be given over to tired attacks feminism), and by all accounts he made an ass of himself when he participated in the Eurovision Song Contest, but despite all this [...]
Gavin Sheridan is justifiably angry about the Taoiseach’s lying and treachery. I gave up really caring about Irish politics after the last election, but blatant corruption at the very highest level of government is enough to re-ignite my interest from time to time. Of course, nothing’s going to happen to Ahern; he’ll shrug this off [...]
Are there going to be any ‘L’ plates on cars from Tuesday onwards? What learner driver is going to drive around unaccompanied with an ‘L’ plate on show? It will be tantamount to asking for a €1,000 fine.