Here comes an election — 12 Comments

  1. A question kind sir if you could enlighten me with an answer t'would be appreciated..

    I have a god daughter and her boyfriend and a husband and wife combo I have known an awful long time both heading over the sea to Dublin for a coiple of days, what is it about Dublin that makes it a place for 27 year olds and a place for 50 year olds?

    • I'm very sorry to disappoint but you are asking the wrong person.  I haven't been near Dublin for many years [I think the last time was about twelve years ago, and that was a fleeting in-and-out trip].  Anything you would ask about Dublin, I would have to research on the Interweb, so you would be better off cutting out the middle-man and asking our mutual friend Mr Google.

      The only info I have on the city is what I hear in passing.  I believe the boardwalks on the Liffey are the place to go for drugs?  If you want to be ripped off unmercifully when going for a pint then head down Temple Bar?

    • Sorry, but that priest can't hold a candle to our beloved minister when it comes to boring voices.

  2. Spring Statement means they're going to spring an autumn election, promising that there will be growth in the spring. Keep to your electoral strategy of voting Independent, Grandad. That'll banjax their seasonal cheer.

    • They are already telling us about the growth.  It's all they ever talk about – fastest growing economy in the Eu, and all that bullshit.  Tell that to the thousands who are being evicted by the banks from their homes.  Tell that to the people who still can't afford to feed their kids.  The fat cats get fatter and the rest of us can suffer.

        • Hah!  I know what you're saying [I know a píosa beag Gaelige] but for the laugh stuck "thuas toin" [and "thuas thoin"] into Google Translate – "above tones"????  I put in "póg mo thoin" and it translated thoin correctly.  Translate must be a work in progress? 😉

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