When you’re too slothful to flesh your thoughts out, why not just print the headlines?
- Irish Times prints photo of Saddam’s Corpse- On Weekend Review front page
They either are running with it or they’re not. If they want to run it, its the main image of the week and should be on the Front Page. If they don’t think that’s suitable, they shouldn’t run it at all.
I don’t think it should have been run at all. And certainly not as an illustration to two essays, rather than a news image.
- Bebo Competition Launches- Will this be Ireland’s largest ever popularity contest?
votetube.bebo.com hastily doubles its number of friends to 10 to be safe.
- Ask a Lawyer asking you
Trying to come up with subjects of interest to talk about on the McGarr Solicitors site. If you’ve any requests or preferences, let me know in the comments.
- Brilliant metaphor languishes unused
As part of the Leviathan gig, they asked us to prepare an opinion on Northern Ireland. As we, thankfully, never got around to the topic I’ll tell you what I came up with here.
Northern Ireland’s politics is like Xeno’s paradox. We all know where it has to end up. But it never seems to reach it, as the gaps between where they are and where they have to be are sliced into infinitely smaller problems.
- Fine Gael’s bright young thing bursts out on Morning Ireland-
A Realplayer link, I’m afraid. I challenge you to get past 4 minutes without hitting the pause button to make the mortification stop.