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    Default Celia Larkin, Sindo latest recruit.

    I have seen it all, Celia Larkin, Sindo's latest scribe, praising FG front bench - surely this is a FF plot to damn them with feint praise. And she now joins an illustrious panel of journalists like Eoghan Harris, Angus Fanning, John Drennan, Jody Corcoran, Brendan O Connor, Willie O''Dea. I assume this new found role is designed to supplement her business in those recessionary times, tho she is still on that consumer watcvhdog body appointed by Bertie.
    BTW I no longer buy this rag, just get a peep at it on net and when they decide to make a charge for that, I will not oblige either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    BTW I no longer buy this rag.
    But you used to buy it ?

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    Wink She might be hoping for a Senate nomination from Kenny

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    I have seen it all, Celia Larkin, Sindo's latest scribe, praising FG front bench - surely this is a FF plot to damn them with feint praise. And she now joins an illustrious panel of journalists like Eoghan Harris, Angus Fanning, John Drennan, Jody Corcoran, Brendan O Connor, Willie O''Dea. I assume this new found role is designed to supplement her business in those recessionary times, tho she is still on that consumer watcvhdog body appointed by Bertie.
    BTW I no longer buy this rag, just get a peep at it on net and when they decide to make a charge for that, I will not oblige either.

    She might be hoping for a Senate nomination from Kenny lol

    Expect to see the Indo taking a much less harsh line on Fine Gael an putting the boot into Labour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    But you used to buy it ?

    correct- when it had real journalists like Joe McAnthony, Joe O'Malley, Alan Ruddock and others.

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    I heard Celia's Blue Door Beauty Salons have bombed big time so I suppose she has to top up the quango salary. Another reason not to buy the Sindo as if Harris and Jody Corcoran weren't enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommythecommy View Post
    She might be hoping for a Senate nomination from Kenny lol

    Expect to see the Indo taking a much less harsh line on Fine Gael an putting the boot into Labour
    If they start having a go at Labour, all that will happen is Labour will improve its position,as Sindo has now no cred at all. Thats what happens when it sold it soul to the devil

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    [QUOTE=Tomas Mor;2811809]I have seen it all, Celia Larkin, Sindo's latest scribe, praising FG front bench - surely this is a FF plot to damn them with feint praise. And she now joins an illustrious panel of journalists like Eoghan Harris, Angus Fanning, John Drennan, Jody Corcoran, Brendan O Connor, Willie O''Dea. I assume this new found role is designed to supplement her business in those recessionary times, tho she is still on that consumer watcvhdog body appointed by Bertie.
    BTW I no longer buy this rag, just get a peep at it on net and when they decide to make a charge for that, I will not oblige either.[/

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    Just in case we had forgotten, and how the kcuf could we, she had to mention Bertie.

    PS. I read it on the web.
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    Quote Originally Posted by droghedasouth View Post
    Just in case we had forgotten, and how the kcuf could we, she had to mention Bertie.

    PS. I read it on the web.

    Any chance she might write a fly on the wall account of Bertie's financial dealings. You never know what would happen if the money was tempting,especially if she is now on uppers business-wise.

    LOL, I just now hear Charlie Flanagan on RTE radio praising Celia Larkins article on new front bench. The world is not half right !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    Any chance she might write a fly on the wall account of Bertie's financial dealings. You never know what would happen if the money was tempting,especially if she is now on uppers business-wise.

    LOL, I just now hear Charlie Flanagan on RTE radio praising Celia Larkins article on new front bench. The world is not half right !
    Celia doesn't do kiss and tell.
    There are times when you are simply required to be impolite. There are times when condescension is called for!
    - Aaron Sorkin writing as President Bartlet to Obama, NYT 21/09/2008

    You can't build a smart economy based on dumb decisions.
    - Richard Bruton 18/12/2008

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