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  • Counting The Days | Broadsheet.ie
    for an undemocratic system that wouldn t allow them to speak out Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 1 52 pm And I m asking for proof of that The rest of that is very silly manolo October 7 2015 at 1 55 pm Here you know where to find them Go there and ask them yourself Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 1 57 pm Ah so you can t back it up Got it MoyestWithExcitement October 7 2015 at 2 04 pm Of course he can t back it up These definitely not racists constantly mistake their feelings for objective facts It s both hilarious and desperately sad human October 7 2015 at 2 06 pm No point trying to argue with regressive leftists they have their critical faculties switched off manolo October 7 2015 at 2 10 pm Here are two connections that need to be tested but I admit bias in believing they exist open to corrections 1 Halawa siblings Muslim brotherhood 2 Muslim brotherhood Sharia Law Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 2 13 pm So you just think they are connected rather than having evidence of it This is silly And naturally leads on to so what Does that mean he should be imprisoned for taking part in a protest if that is all he did If he is an Irish citizen he is entitled to support from the consulate and for them to try and get him out as anyone would be manolo October 7 2015 at 2 14 pm Human don t get me wrong I consider myself to be very much in the left and socially very liberal but I do think that democracy faces a huge challenge when people are using democratic rights as a tool to try to remove democracy and civil liberties though some people here think that is silly manolo October 7 2015 at 2 17 pm Dόn Pídgéόní I NEVER said he should or should not be in jail I thought that was clear My issue here is about people who dislike western political systems using the the same rights they don t want for the country Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 2 19 pm And I m still unclear whether there is any evidence of that By saying that the family supports sharia law you imply that they should just suck it up and he should stay in jail human October 7 2015 at 2 21 pm manolo I m on your side Its these agenda driven guys like Dόn Pídgéόní that are the regressive liberals The snake that eats itself Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 2 23 pm At least you changed leftie to liberal human but I think you still have a lot of work to do You can do it practice makes perfect manolo October 7 2015 at 2 25 pm Dόn Pídgéόní the only thing I imply is that if they and I believe they do advocate Sharia law it is hypocritical of them to be standing at government buildings in protest As for your other forceful assumptions and voluntary misinterpretations they are nothing else but that MoyestWithExcitement October 7 2015 at 2 32 pm I do think that democracy faces a huge challenge when people are using democratic rights as a tool to try to remove democracy and civil liberties So you are worried about democracy but you seem to have no problem with someone being locked up for 2 years and put on trial with 420 years to answer charges that include being in a Mosque which carry the death penalty No you re definitely a champion of democracy Dόn Pídgéόní October 7 2015 at 2 37 pm Forceful assumptions and voluntary misinterpretations are exactly what you are doing manolo October 7 2015 at 4 09 pm MoyestWithExcitement what s with these attacks You say I seem to have no problem with someone being locked up for 2 years I never said that I said that I don t have enough reliable information to take a public position on the incarceration and to defend this position in a debate If you have good and reliable information about the arrest and what is going on in the background please share it I will consider it In the meantime the articles in the press that I read so far the comments of the Halawa sisters and all these mad dog barking comments are just noise as far as I am concerned MoyestWithExcitement October 7 2015 at 4 50 pm Does the fact that the sisters advocate for Sharia law make my comment relevant So you don t have enough facts about his incarceration but apparently you have enough facts to make this statement Are you just taking the pish here This is a wind up right manolo October 7 2015 at 4 56 pm MoyestWithExcitement what s the part you don t get I can explain slowly again if it helps MoyestWithExcitement October 7 2015 at 4 57 pm So you re not on a windup Jayzus manolo October 7 2015 at 5 29 pm Amazing innit newsjustin October 7 2015 at 1 37 pm I d be all for Shakira Law Reply Randy Ewing October 7 2015 at 1 45 pm Lucky that my breasts are small and humble So you don t confuse them with mountains Reply FK October 7 2015 at 2 15 pm Yes because trials are so much quicker when hips don t lie Reply ahjayzis October 7 2015 at 2 17 pm Honesty is a vital component of the justice system I dream of a day when Ireland s hips don t lie Reply Eamonn Clancy October 7 2015 at 1 48 pm How can they afford to protest outside the Dail everyday Are they in receipt of the dole And if so isn t a provision of that that you must be available for work at all times As for their brother

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  • Who Wants To Live In An Economy? | Broadsheet.ie
    point it s irritating to be lectured by someone who s probably never paid a gas bill before entering parliament It s not an age thing either Enda spent like 4 years of his life working a real job and that was as a teacher a profession massively overrepresented in public life It s not playing the man it s highlighting the dearth of real life experience of pretty much everyone in the executive Reply curmudgeon October 7 2015 at 1 50 pm Horse sh this is a democracy I get to vote in who I think best And that is going to go on some ones character more so than any academic or professional qualification Do you really think journalists are so I ll suited for public office Maybe you d like more business men because they ve done so well for themselves and are therefore more respectable Reply scottser October 7 2015 at 3 46 pm i don t want to alarm anyone here but in my place of work once i noticed an elected representative had a leaving cert economics book in her bag yes i know i shouldn t jump to conclusions but by and large our elected representatives have no qualification to hold office outside of their own vested interest that does not make for a functioning democracy but it s great for the oligarchs ollie October 7 2015 at 1 32 pm Play the ball not the man What exactly does that mean Harris is totally unqualified for the role he has in government a typical FG goon Reply rory October 7 2015 at 7 12 pm Play the ball not the man I am affiliated with a government party Reply rory October 7 2015 at 7 13 pm This assumption is based on previous use of said phrase on this site ollie October 7 2015 at 10 18 am Simon Harris is a qualified journalist It must be an easy qualification to get He s also a junior minister He s a Junior Minister for one reason only he was the 3rd FG TD to be elected in his constituency therefore he gets a junior ministerial post to boost his profile That s why we get people like Harris in power Reply Kolmo October 7 2015 at 10 24 am FG just care about the balance sheet not how figures are arrived at and it s corrosive affect on society outside of the insulated insider class Foreign Direct Investment is given far too much reverence too they are only here because they are subsidised by the Tax Payer to the tune of Billions the worker schlubs pay the taxes Reply Neilo October 7 2015 at 11 05 am Let s close the Ireland Inc premises to potential employers attracted by FDI incentives we don t want their filthy sordid jobs when our bounteous natural resources will meet all our needs As a prospective PIRA Sinn Féin TD said to me during the 2007

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  • Spot The Indifference | Broadsheet.ie
    for IPOs to get pulled Reply mac October 7 2015 at 1 03 pm thanks James Is is not notable that the Indo analysis piece has no hint that this could have negative consequences for DOB and Digicel Reply Bonkers October 7 2015 at 2 18 pm Its common that IPOs get pulled Given it means turning over all your confidential information to the public I d hazard a guess that it is a lot more common that IPOs go ahead as planned This is a cock up for Redacted have no doubt about it Now his market competitors know all about the internal workings and structures of his company and he is getting none of the benefits He won t like that Reply spud1 October 7 2015 at 11 35 am http www independent ie business technology digicel cancels ipo five key points behind the decision 31590002 html This looks like a press release from Digicel Reply Medium Sized C October 7 2015 at 12 42 pm Out of curiosity what were you expecting Like what would satisfy you 5 points trashing Dennis O Brien What about the 5 points do you see as incorrect or biased Reply martina October 7 2015 at 2 36 pm If you re going to spend your time defending him at least learn to spell his name right Reply Jeff Rudd October 7 2015 at 11 46 am The Indo should stop beating around the bush and just re title itself as the Fine Gael Daily Newsletter Reply Carlos Strange October 7 2015 at 12 06 pm Thus making it a Bluetop paper Reply Clampers Outside October 7 2015 at 12 05 pm SELL BUY BUFFER OBFUSCATE SPIN FUDDLE MUDDLE GIVE AN ENVELOPE BURST SOMEONE ELSE S BALLOON FIGHT Reply Walter Ego October

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  • Massive Sulk | Broadsheet.ie
    7 2015 at 5 51 pm They ve no culture Reply Draxx Ltd II October 7 2015 at 6 02 pm Is abusing animals apart of your culture Reply Charlie October 7 2015 at 6 15 pm This is Broadsheet Snide remarks and clique humour is mandatory Reply Custo October 7 2015 at 5 19 pm Anyone know what the preview pic on the app relates to Reply kexrex October 7 2015 at 5 37 pm Lads ye can t take away the trottin out of Ballinasloe Horsefair You don t gentriify every f thing The boys stood up for their traditions and they keyboardists will be here all night moanin in lame ass internet cliches but fair balls to them for doing what is right Reply Skeptik October 7 2015 at 5 40 pm Culture doesn t excuse cruelty Japanese dolphin slaughter etc Reply Panty Christ October 7 2015 at 5 41 pm Cow tipping in Wisconsin Reply Clampers Outside October 7 2015 at 5 32 pm 1 None of them deserve to ride a horse for the way they were running them at the fences Christ knows what those fupps do to animals when not on camera Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of followup comments via e mail Post navigation Roo Woo Pillow Talk Search for Latest Comments linbinius on Inside Job Joe on All About Optics St John Smythe on Leprechaun Flakes classter on Inside Job Spud1 on Leprechaun Flakes The horny priest on Stark Niallo on Inside Job Faultline

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  • HOW Much? | Broadsheet.ie
    6 2015 at 4 43 pm ha you don t know Marta do you Reply meadowlark October 6 2015 at 5 08 pm I know a Martha and not a Marta sadly Close but no biscuit Reply ahyeah October 6 2015 at 6 07 pm You d be fetching Neilo out of A E if Marta sat on his lap Let s leave it at that Clampers Outside October 6 2015 at 4 23 pm The Larder Parliament St D2 Had a really gorgeous all day breakfast in there on Sunday just 10 Dunno where they get there feckin mushrooms not in LiDL Aldi Tesco Dunnes anyway licking me lips thinking of it Reply Neilo October 6 2015 at 4 25 pm Probably Evergreen in Aungier Street their fruit n veg is top quality Reply Randy Ewing October 6 2015 at 4 28 pm Wetherspoons does a full Breakfast for 5 95 and that includes a drink Reply ahyeah October 6 2015 at 6 08 pm The Larder on Parliament Street Didn t have you down for one of those homosexuals Clampers Reply Neilo October 6 2015 at 6 28 pm Dammint ahyeah can t you leave an ageing roué to his idle skeevy daydreams Reply ahyeah October 6 2015 at 6 53 pm Who s that You or Clampers Or both It could yet end beautifully Reply Clampers Outside October 7 2015 at 12 44 am ageing roué Best insult I ve had on here in a long time Had to look that one up Reply Neilo October 7 2015 at 8 11 am Bizarrely I directed that mild slam at me myself and I but who doesn t love validation Optimus Grime October 6 2015 at 4 25 pm Centra a couple of doors up could have done you a roll and a cup of coffee for about the price of the americano alone But no you had to have breakfast in the Shelbourne then photograph the receipt then parade it around the internet going look how I spend my money on fried pork products Reply Jones October 6 2015 at 4 54 pm It clearly says the Westbury you numpty Reply Optimus Grime October 6 2015 at 5 16 pm Balls Totally rendered my rant useless there Reply Conor October 6 2015 at 4 39 pm Errr breakfast in a 5 star hotel Price is on the menu so please just f k off with the false outrage Sick of these Reply Deadly October 6 2015 at 4 52 pm I m sick of people with your outlook Conor Name and shame Awareness word of mouth Encourages people not to cross the door Personally I appreciate the heads up Reply Paps October 6 2015 at 4 57 pm Often go into the Westbury Reply rotide October 6 2015 at 5 19 pm Why shame What has shame got to do with this at all Name it by all means but thats the price people with more assets

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  • Means To An End | Broadsheet.ie
    front of the traffic lights at the Sundrive junction in D12 Poster completely blocks the lights Posters cable ties are essentially litter but politicians should be prevented from placing a poster within 10 metres of any road sign or traffic signal Those that do should be heavily fined and enforcement of postering by laws should be tightened Reply Spaghetti Hoop October 7 2015 at 10 45 am Too right I d ban them altogether The posters ruin our neighbourhoods and our roads If a candidate can t communicate their policies and manifesto via normal communication channels but have to resort to cheap posters well they re not worth electing We got rid of the megaphone from the kerb crawling Ford Cortina sunroof We even got rid of the Father Ted caravans at the polling booths I don t know if we got rid of the church gate electioneering anyone Posters NEXT Reply Joe October 7 2015 at 12 19 pm Those posters aren t cheap Reply Parky Mark October 7 2015 at 10 43 am Those aren t election posters MD Kennedy so the rule you mention doesn t apply Billboard space has already been fully bought up so November election looks 99 324 certain Reply dylad October 7 2015 at 10 54 am That s ok then Ignore all the other comments Reply Parky Mark October 7 2015 at 11 01 am Thanks for the tip but I m already way ahead of you Reply Just sayin October 7 2015 at 11 24 am No the election will be in 2016 No one has an election in November unless they have to 1992 was the last time I think after the PD FF coalition fell apart post Beef Tribunal Also canvassers don t like cold weather Reply manolo October 7 2015 at 10 44 am Chancers will be chancers The same people we trust to come up with watertight legislation are the ones who specialise in circumventing them Reply Wayne F October 7 2015 at 10 58 am This type of posting is legal as long as it is posted something like 7 days before the meeting and comes down after it It s the same law that allows AAA PBP and others to advertise their protest marches etc All postings like this should be banned full stop Reply Conor October 7 2015 at 11 01 am Are election posters just an Irish thing Living in Engerland you wouldn t even think there was a General Election happening last May Quite nice to see the entire country not festooned in cheap plastic posters Would love to see them banned in Ireland Reply Cian October 7 2015 at 11 15 am You see them in shop and house windows in the UK far more than on streets Reply george October 7 2015 at 11 04 am Enda is wrong again The constitution sets a maximum possible at 7 years However the law dictates the current maximum is 5 years under

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  • Emily O’Callaghan | Broadsheet.ie
    Including Senator Katherine Zappone and partner Ann Louise Gilligan top and sounds from the Marriage Referendum compiled by GAZE International LGBT film festival Dublin Mmf Directed Produced by Anna Rodgers Edited by Bob Gallagher Co Producer Zlata Filipovic Camera by Ken O Mahony Bob Gallagher Deirdre O Toole Music by Hugh Rodgers Online by Michael Higgins In association with Invisible Thread Films Gaze Posted in Misc and tagged Marriage referendum at 11 08 am on May 27 2015 by Emily O Callaghan Musician Meets Seal Emily O Callaghan at 5 28 pm January 22 2015 sup Sandycove Co Dublin this afternoon Polly writes Lute maestro Laura Ann Brady frolicking today with a seal Posted in Misc and tagged Sandycove seal at 5 28 pm on January 22 2015 by Emily O Callaghan The Proposal Emily O Callaghan at 11 45 am January 6 2015 Cliff Taylor recruited the help of Keywest to propose to his girlfriend Fiona O Hehir on Killiney Hill where they met Bono and his wife Ali Hewson Puke Aww Posted in Misc and tagged Cliff Taylor Keywest proposal at 11 45 am on January 6 2015 by Emily O Callaghan You May Like This Emily O Callaghan at 10 00 pm December 11 2014 Keywest Hallelujah Dublin busking veterans Keywest bring Leonard Cohen s hymn to Grafton Street raising money and awareness for the Merchants Quay Centre for the homeless Available on iTunes here Posted in Misc and tagged Homeless You May Like This at 10 00 pm on December 11 2014 by Emily O Callaghan Are You A Damn Foreigner Emily O Callaghan at 2 16 pm November 19 2014 Free tonight In The Grand Social Lower Liffey Street Dublin 1 Emily writes for all foreigners in Dublin to meet new friends and improve their

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  • John ‘Preposterous’ Ryan | Broadsheet.ie
    Hanky Is Back John Preposterous Ryan at 4 18 pm July 10 2013 The Touring Tama by artist Miriam McConnon Up for two days last month for the EU presidency then damaged by vandals Shielding the treetops at Merrion Square park Dublin this afternoon Previously Gulliver s Hanky Posted in Misc and tagged Merrion Square Park at 4 18 pm on July 10 2013 by John Preposterous Ryan The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen John Preposterous Ryan at 11 42 am June 26 2013 Ex Monaghan United manager Roddy Collins On why it s more than a game Cormac Hargaden writes I know sport is rarely your bag but we have a football series with a difference running on Setanta Ireland at the moment called Return Of The Rod Squad Next Monday night at 10pm the fourth and final episode airs and among other things it gearshifts from comedy to tragedy as one of Ireland s most colourful and toughest men sees his club go bust and his players left without a job Some lighter clips from the programme and full episodes of the original IFTA winning prequel The Rod Squad here Posted in Misc and tagged League of Ireland Setanta Sports at 11 42 am on June 26 2013 by John Preposterous Ryan Are These Yours John Preposterous Ryan at 11 19 am June 26 2013 Lorna writes On my cycle to work this morning I passed a set of car keys on the ground at Leesons St Upper Dublin Figuring a fellow cyclist has lost them I went back to pick them up I m now trying to see if I can locate the owner They re for a Peugeot and have the owner s bike lock key house key on it Can you ask your broadsheet viewers if they ve lost their keys this morning Posted in Misc and tagged We Don t Normally Do This at 11 19 am on June 26 2013 by John Preposterous Ryan Turkey Shoot John Preposterous Ryan at 4 05 pm June 12 2013 Scenes from the last 12 hours After two weeks of protest in Taksim Square Istanbul Turkey riot police used tear gas and water cannons to move thousands of anti government protesters from the square The BBC report an uneasy calm in the city today Previously Meanwhile In Ballsbridge Saturday Night In The Suburbs 9 shocking photos from Istanbul s escalating protests The Week BBC Pics From top Reuters Osman Orsal Reuters Yannis Behrakis AP Photo Thanassis Stavrakis Reuters Murad Sezer Reuters Yannis Behrakis Reuters Yannis Behrakis Reuters Murad Sezer Reuters Osman Orsal Reuters Yannis Behrakis Posted in Misc and tagged Tear gas turkey Water cannon at 4 05 pm on June 12 2013 by John Preposterous Ryan Unavoidable John Preposterous Ryan at 10 40 am May 17 2013 And with the sensitivity we have now come to expect Nice clutch bag Irish Times News blog Thanks Isobel Posted in Misc and tagged irish times The Story Of WHY

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