The Wacky World of Property, Politics and Law

February 27, 2008 at 4:22 am 1 comment

So today we have news of:

  • A property developer telling a court that his brother sprayed him in the face with a water hose during an argument about painting a fence, while the brother counters that he was laughing at his hose.
  • A community activist telling a tribunal that a property developer kicked another property developer in the shins at a meeting, causing him to respond ‘Jesus, Owen, what are you kicking me for?’
  • Our Finance Minister telling the Dail that he has confidence in our Prime Minister, who has used political donations to their political party to help buy a house for himself, as has his girlfriend.

Seriously, it’s like living inside a bad sit-com.

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Entry filed under: Culture, Ireland, News, Politics.

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  • 1. robbiebonham  |  March 1, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    I’ve always felt like Ireland was a bad sitcom. Made by RTE, most probably.

    Reply

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