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  • Irish Times Letters | Broadsheet.ie
    water needs constitutional protection Perhaps this would help to add weight to the lighter scale Is mise le meas JESSICA FOLEY North Strand Road Dublin 3 Irish water and registering dissent Irish Times letters page Previously Left To Their Own Devices Pic Irish Water Posted in Misc and tagged Irish Times Letters Irish Water at 12 57 pm on July 13 2015 by Bodger Denis O Brien Awaits His Theseus Bodger at 1 12 pm June 26 2015 Communications Minister Alex White Theseuswhatnow From the Irish Times letters page I don t understand why Minister for Communications Alex White is so averse to legislation to clean up past media ownership deals that are strangling freedom of speech McDowell chancing his arm says Minister In the past Mr White has vigorously defended openness But he is guardian of an industry where Denis O Brien has been allowed a controlling interest in media from Antrim to Kerry in print and on the airwaves Diversity is obviously necessary in media ownership But both the Competition Authority and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland have been remiss in protecting the public interest on this issue Why It seems to me that corporate power speaks loudest in the ears of each of these bodies Mr White believes constitutional property rights prevent retrospective legislation But the nursing home charges in 2004 were installed under a retrospective law Neither the Supreme Court nor his own Government have done anything to reverse that situation The constitution forbids retrospective criminal legislation but is silent on such retrospective civil legislation as this Sadly I fear Mr White gets to the heart of the issue when he also cites labyrinthine commercial issues It s my guess that at the heart of that labyrinth is a Denis O Brien still awaiting his Theseus RONAN BRADY Dublin 7 Diversity of media ownership Irish Times Posted in Misc and tagged Alex White Denis O Brien Irish Times Letters Media ownership at 1 12 pm on June 26 2015 by Bodger The Farce Awakens Bodger at 11 25 am June 16 2015 Skellig Michael island Co Kerry July 2014 So we can afford to give a hugely wealthy film production company free use of a State asset namely an Air Corps helicopter for the filming of Star Wars on Skellig Michael Star Wars given free use of Defence Forces resources The usual justification for such Government largesse is that it will attract tourists to Ireland To see what Well not the outstanding ethnographic collection of the National Museum for example as it can t afford to display it nor the closed George Bernard Shaw Museum and probably not the archives of the Jewish Museum for much longer and most definitely not a Rubens at Russborough House It is time for the Minister for the Arts Heather Humphreys to start typing some invoices and fully realise the value of our cultural capital as I am sure Disney s accountants do Erica Devine Sandycove Co Dublin FIGHT Previously

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  • Let The Sky Fall | Broadsheet.ie
    think thats the case for the GAA which has the parish thing and local tribalism going for it in a way that club rugby never really had with a few exceptions Derval April 17 2014 at 12 50 pm Wouldn t it be better to compare GAA with soccer There are soccer clubs in every town in the country despite the fact that it is professional Gav D April 17 2014 at 1 25 pm Absolutely Much better comparison Medium Sized C April 17 2014 at 11 33 am This is slippery slope bullshit Disregard it It is nothing like rugby at all Where are the other countries who play Rugby Where are the massively popular international GAA competitions It isn t even comparing apples with oranges its comparing apples with a pleasant seafood dinner There is nothing to support his bullshite moany oul lad logic Owen C April 17 2014 at 11 38 am Rugby officially became a professional sport in 1995 but had been doing it a bit on the quiet for the previous 5 years or more Campese was essentially professional while playing in Italy in the late 80s Its move to professionalism has nothing to do with Sky Sports and most 6 Nations games remain on terrestrial tv even at this point The difference that pay tv has made is that it has allowed professional rugby to occur at the club regional level and not just the international stage So instead of say 120 professional international rugby players scattered across the Six Nations teams we have probably more like 1 000 scattered across all of the clubs Think i prefer the latter rather than the former In terms of GAA it already pre Sky looks very much like the rugby set up of the late 80s early 90s where players were semi professional in reality even if still amateur in name Sky buying the rights is not the problem but merely a symptom of the need unconciously by fans and semi conciously by players to monetise the sports and social tribal drama that comes with it The Old Boy April 17 2014 at 2 32 pm I see no evidence that so called shamateurism is a feature of the modern GAA in the way it was in certain elements of rugby in the early 90s or test cricket in the gentlemen and players era I would be interested to here if it is though The Old Boy April 17 2014 at 2 36 pm hear even Good God Owen C April 17 2014 at 11 41 am where players were semi professional in reality even if still amateur in name I should probably note that only occurs in the medium to large counties and not necessarily the smaller ones So it is not the same for everyone But the point still holds lots of semi professional players in reality Advertising On Police Cars April 17 2014 at 12 07 pm At some stage the GAA players

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  • DTwo | Broadsheet.ie
    they were out they get dragged back in RUCK Dtwo Previously Let The Sky Fall In Posted in Sports and tagged DTwo Ireland Panel Rugby World Cup at 5 31 pm on September 16 2015 by Aaron McAllorum 10 Replies Daniel Snubs Coppers Ewok at 1 58 pm August 28 2012 From The Irish Sun Daniel O Donnell and the Donegal team in D Two Harcourt Street Dublin The rural urban GAA divide in nightclub rivalry form Oh it s on Thanks SL Posted in Misc and tagged Coppers DTwo at 1 58 pm on August 28 2012 by Ewok Search for Latest Comments ahjayzis on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Black Metal Draxx Ltd II on All About Optics Mick Flavin on All About Optics Garthicus on All About Optics Demon on Justice Denied mauriac on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy Most Commented Counting The Days 108 comments How Many More Longboats 85 comments Mary Boyle And Political Interference 78 comments Different Strokes For Different Volks 66 comments HOW Much 64 comments Popular Posts

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  • Panel | Broadsheet.ie
    On Suffolk Street Chompsky at 4 21 pm June 17 2014 Dublin 2 40 minutes ago Pavement cordoned off outside the Superdry Store as a large glass panel on the second floor having cracked and shattered threatens to fall at any moment More as we get it Pix Oisín Kane Posted in Photography and tagged glass Panel at 4 21 pm on June 17 2014 by Chompsky When Is A Door Not A Door Chompsky at 5 00 pm February 11 2014 When it s a four panel kinetic sculpture The Evolution Door by Austrian designer Klemens Torggler opens and closes at the slightest touch folding aside like origami without crushing your fingers in the process unless perhaps you re using the steel one For now the Drehplattentür flip panel door remains a prototype colossal Posted in Design Video and tagged origami Panel at 5 00 pm on February 11 2014 by Chompsky Craig Doyle On The Panel The First Product Placement Screen Grab Nat King Coleslaw at 2 45 pm October 8 2010 Posted in Misc and tagged Craig Doyle Panel at 2 45 pm on October 8 2010 by Nat King Coleslaw How Did Craig Doyle Do On The Panel Last Night Dominic Hyde at 2 00 pm October 8 2010 We preferred the ads But then so does Craig Posted in Misc and tagged Craig Doyle Panel at 2 00 pm on October 8 2010 by Dominic Hyde Search for Latest Comments ahjayzis on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Black Metal Draxx Ltd II on All About Optics Mick Flavin on All About Optics Garthicus on All About Optics Demon on Justice Denied mauriac on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

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  • Finally | Broadsheet.ie
    out by hawk eye Brian Melvin The Inglorius Bastick Watermeters Fast and Furiouser Scottser Black Card Down MickyD One Flew Over The Canal End Streetwise Here Hamburger Hill 16 Stephen Hurl Interrupted Spaghetti Hoop Breaking Bad Ball and Murtles The Bruise Brothers Thanks all Previously Win All ireland Final Tickets ODEON cinemas Related posts And The Golden Globe Goes To Straw Man Argument The Hill Has Eyes Brogan s Run Posted in Sports and tagged all ireland Broadsheet competition Dublin GAA GAA odeon cinema at 10 16 am on September 15 2015 by Aaron McAllorum 3 Replies Post navigation A Limerick A Day Are You Being Served 3 thoughts on Finally Mr Camomile T September 15 2015 at 11 49 am No way That kid is actually called Morgan Freeman That is so cool He s going to have a great life Reply benny September 15 2015 at 12 49 pm Just like James Dean Bradfield and er John Wayne Gacy Reply Clampers Outside September 15 2015 at 11 50 am May the gorse be with you Odeon Camogie 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 A Limerick A Day Are You Being Served Search for Latest Comments ahjayzis on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Black Metal Draxx Ltd II on All About Optics Mick Flavin on All About Optics Garthicus on All About Optics Demon on Justice Denied mauriac on I Woke Up This

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  • ODEON cinemas | Broadsheet.ie
    GAA Football Final and Hurling All Ireland Finals in ODEON Cinemas nationwide is a fantastic way to soak up the electric atmosphere for those who can t make it to Croke Park on All Ireland Final Day We hope GAA supporters and their families will take advantage of this unique opportunity and come and enjoy the entertainment and skills of our great game of football on the big screen on one of the biggest days in the GAA calendar To celebrate we have two FAMILY passes 4 tickets x2 to an ODEON cinema near where YOU live to literally give away To enter just provide a title for the the greatest GAA movie ever Lines MUST close at 12NOON 2 45pm 4 45pm ODEON cinemas Thanks Joanne and Aislinn Posted in Misc and tagged ODEON cinemas at 9 14 am on September 11 2015 by Bodger 66 Replies Search for Latest Comments ahjayzis on I Woke Up This Morning Very Happy Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Massive Sulk Nigel on Black Metal Draxx Ltd II on All About Optics Mick Flavin on All About Optics Garthicus on All About Optics Demon on Justice Denied mauriac on I Woke Up

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  • Win All Ireland Final* Tickets | Broadsheet.ie
    MickyD September 11 2015 at 11 26 am I Gcoinne na Gaoithe Reply MickyD September 11 2015 at 11 28 am One flew over the Canal end Reply TheMightyOne September 11 2015 at 11 50 am The GAA the Bad and the Ugly Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 08 pm the crying game Reply Spaghetti Hoop September 11 2015 at 12 08 pm Game of Throws Reply Cup of tea anyone September 11 2015 at 12 51 pm Is that the one with Macaulay Culkit in it Reply Murtles September 11 2015 at 2 49 pm Tis a small world Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 08 pm cumann home Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 13 pm sammy maguire Reply Spaghetti Hoop September 11 2015 at 12 15 pm 12 Years a Mayo Fan Reply Streetwise Hercules September 11 2015 at 12 15 pm Hamburger Hill 16 I am Sam Maguire Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 15 pm hand pass with care Reply NiallOK September 11 2015 at 12 17 pm Yep if my surname was Freeman I d be very tempted to name a kid Morgan too Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 18 pm liathroid ing las vegas Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 18 pm peil ham 123 Reply scottser September 11 2015 at 12 22 pm all star wars i m running thin now i ve never been to an all ireland final and at this stage it looks like i ll have to give marty morrissey a hand shandy to get a ticket Reply Spaghetti Hoop September 11 2015 at 12 26 pm Cloudy with a Chance of Wide Balls Reply Stephen September 11 2015 at 12 36 pm Hurl Interrupted Reply Clampers Outside September 11 2015 at 12 42 pm My GAA Movie Titles GAAbaret Cabaret Touch Long Trilogy Torch Song Trilogy Just One Of The GAA s Just One Of The Guys GAA Moi Baise Moi Bog ball Day Afternoon Dog Day Afternoon The Rocky Horror Puc Show The Rocky Horror Picture Show GAAtacus Spartacus The Crying GAA The Crying Game yes there s a GAA theme and a gay theme to these Reply Streetwise Hercules September 11 2015 at 1 57 pm If you have to explain it Reply Clampers Outside September 11 2015 at 3 17 pm true Reply Spaghetti Hoop September 11 2015 at 12 45 pm The Constant GAA denier Reply But Ruffage September 11 2015 at 12 46 pm Cúl Hand Luke Reply Jaden September 11 2015 at 12 48 pm The Truth about The Cats and Dubs Sliotar Island Cool Hand Gooch Sam By Me Dub Day Afternoon Reply Big Bad September 11 2015 at 12 48 pm Breakfast at Marty Morriseys Reply Caroline September 11 2015 at 12 51 pm The Snapper Reply Murtles September 11 2015 at 12 54 pm The Bruise Brothers Reply Karen September 11 2015 at 12 59 pm Straight Outta Jones Rd

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  • all-ireland | Broadsheet.ie
    22 2014 by Aaron McAllorum Straw Man Argument Aaron McAllorum at 10 14 am September 16 2014 Moville Co Donegal Katie writes Do you have any tickets to the Donegal match All Ireland football final for Heather Norris above left and Straw Sam I m sure they d appreciate your help Anyone Posted in Sports and tagged all ireland donegal GAA at 10 14 am on September 16 2014 by Aaron McAllorum Hands Across The Board Games Lars Biscuits at 1 20 pm November 21 2013 An All Ireland Monopoly game you say features the 22 greatest Irish counties as voted for by the public From Westmeath to Roscommon there are places you ll know and some you don t Travel round the board buying up places and hope the luck of the Irish is with you Includes pieces shaped like local landmarks Made in Waterford too Monopoly Here and Now All Ireland Edition Amazon co uk H t L A D Posted in Misc and tagged all ireland Monopoly at 1 20 pm on November 21 2013 by Lars Biscuits GAA Mini Marché Drama Emily O Callaghan at 12 19 pm September 22 2013 FIGHT Mini Marché Rathmines Dublin moments ago Pic Emily Meanwhile G wan the bandwagon Dublin Mid West yesterday Thanks Aaron Also Ah here Thanks Fergus O Neill Posted in Misc and tagged all ireland Dublin Vs Mayo at 12 19 pm on September 22 2013 by Emily O Callaghan BAA Bodger at 11 34 am September 13 2013 Sheep For Sale Done Deal Posted in Misc and tagged all ireland at 11 34 am on September 13 2013 by Bodger The Final Indignity Chompsky at 7 44 pm September 23 2012 Liam Knuj writes Saw this Mayomobile clamped and towed not far from Croke Park

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