English Sunday Times Is Blocked By Two Who Feared Exposure Of Business Relationship

An Irishman's Perspective.

Denis oBrienWord has quickly come that businessmen Denis O’Brien and Paddy McKillen is none too happy at all with the English Sunday Times.

The paper had been doing for some time an intensive investigation of the men and their complex business relationship. The investigation was to be brought to the public attention, detailed in the paper some time very soon.

Well it was till an emergency High Court hearing started quietly on Friday (reportedly lasting for seven hours). The end result is that  Judge Colm MacEochaidh granted an order to the businessmen prohibiting publication of a Sunday Times findings.

Although O’Brien for the moment appears to have silenced the paper and what it found,  MacEochaidh still gave out to O’Brien it appears for making “contemptible” comments about Judge Michael Moriarty (remember the tribunal he chaired that made negative findings about O’Brien in 2011?).

The Times is stating that there is a clear public interest in the…

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10 Reasons why Bacon is Better than Booze

365 Days of Bacon

I’m going through the Wine Withdrawls of Lent.

But I’m still thankful I didn’t give up the bacon!

  1. You can eat bacon all day/night long, remember it, and not be hungover the next day
  2. You can legally purchase it 24/7/365
  3. You can get all crunked (cruncht?) on bacon and pass a sobriety test
  4. You can achieve your RDA of sodium in just a few bites
  5. You can make people laugh by confessing you’re a bacon-holic
  6. No one can make you go to bacon rehab, because it doesn’t exist!
  7. You can safely and legally distribute it to minors
  8. You can eat it in the car, at a park, at church, in fine restaurants, at work, etc
  9. You don’t have to pay bacon tax or be 21 to purchase it
  10. You can show up “smelling like bacon” and no one will fire, divorce you, or otherwise get upset and do something dramatic

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Donna Gwinnell Lambo-Weidner

This is a fable of blood and deceit—
Not for the faint-hearted, or stomachs that are weak.
The tale, its author, the unpopular Father Gander,
Was written from his viewpoint with unflinching candor.
This is the real story of an ogre, once sweet,
A sworn vegetarian—tricked—into eating raw meat.

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