Divide and conquer — 7 Comments

  1. May I suggest  a smart water bomb or two be hurled aloft in the general direction of these folk…they all look like they could benefit from a cold water wake up!

    Been a while…won't bore you with details but how is herself doing?

      • Glad to hear mrs. G is ok, it was the suddenness that shook me as it came out of nowhere. Eight years later I have been fine so far, put on aspirin and statins. Strokes seem to run in my family so I was acutely aware of the symptoms but I got no warning at all. I gave up driving in case it happened again. With luck it will be a one off.

        • Strokes are a bit of a life changing event, even if they only are a potent reminder of one's mortality.  Both our families have histories in that area so in theory we shouldn't have been that surprised, but we tend to console ourselves that it only happens to other people.

  2. I remember trying to divide the conker. It was always a tough nut to crack – Sorry, couldn't resist that Grandad.

    Yes indeed, divide and conquer is the most cynical and dishonest way of trying to hoodwink a nation into looking in the wrong direction while you pull the rug from under them. Fine Gael have learned well from their soul mates in Westminster.

    • They're moving now from dividing to threatening.  If you don't pay up, you'll be fined.  I find that a bit strange –  if they can't get blood out of a stone, they'll demand even more blood.  Make sense?

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