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Quote from: brokencrossbar1 on Today at 12:24:56 PMAnyone with young ones driving around the border counties be wary of some of the insurance policies from the English insurance companies. Some of them have restrictions for under 25s which limits the cover to NI only. Once they cross the border there's no insurance.
Quote from: Tony Baloney on Today at 10:59:35 AMReduce taxpayer-funded pension contributions to fund public sector salary increases.
Quote from: Eamonnca1 on November 29, 2023, 05:25:26 PMBig Wave
(Please don't post Youtube links without telling us what's in them)
Quote from: FermGael on November 28, 2023, 07:29:56 PMMost of the primary ones will have Elf , the Grinch on repeat for the next three weeks .
Quote from: Dreadnought on November 28, 2023, 01:39:55 PMQuote from: smort on November 28, 2023, 12:50:55 PMJust start the season a bit later and let county players play more football with their clubsWhat do the club players do for most of the year then? Are we really trying to cram club leagues and Championships from late July onwards?
Quote from: marty34 on November 24, 2023, 11:25:57 PMQuote from: Milltown Row2 on November 24, 2023, 10:37:04 PMIs Mary Lou and SF taking potshots at how the Garda (in her words) failed to prevent that riot?
Christ the night
Not sure what her words were or what you say they were but good debate this evening on Harris and Mc Entee.
A good few political parties and people in general asking questions about the gardaí. According to reports there was widespread info. that a gathering was going to take place and the guards were late to the party, so to speak.
This was going to kick off sometime soon and the gardaí are under-resourced and don't have the manpower. There have been a few incidents in DCC recently - tourists getting battered etc. and Mc Entee spoofing that Dublin City Centre is safe.
This is a legacy issue going back a good few years but is part of the problem also.
The court system needs to change fast to tighten things up also and hopefully this will be the spark to get things back on the level.
Quote from: thewobbler on November 24, 2023, 12:04:24 AMAs a policy it doesn't run along parallel lines with the housing crisis. But it does present any Irish person who is enduring financial struggles and concerns about their future, with a pretty rational reason to distrust their government, and the longer it continues, too begin hating their government. When a sizeable group of people of this mindset are found in the same area, plenty of them will be bored, plenty of them will be pitchfork wielders by nature and plenty of them will be vile scum. Meaning that peaceful protests will only go one way. It's a tinderbox just waiting for a spark.
Quote from: thewobbler on November 23, 2023, 10:31:42 PMI don't honestly think this is facism or extremism at play.
There's the bored youths pushing the boundaries. There's a pitchfork wielding mob that have neither the brains nor the interest to consider why they swing their pitchforks; it's just what they do. There's the vile, opportunistic scum making hay from the madness.
But the underlying current that has swollen and caused this, I genuinely believed, is fuelled by a housing crisis that has become a time bomb. The working classes and middle classes are getting financially obliterated in Dublin, as a direct cost of rent and housing. And that means it is not the right time for government to be taking in tens of thousands of refugees.