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    I hear Adrian Langan has resigned as Director of Organisation. No news on whether he jumped or was pushed, or a bit of both. It is also not clear whether this may be just a prelude to the departure of The Great Helmsman Himself.

    Adrian is a young man with a great future behind him. Hopefully, he will quickly secure a position commensurate with his undoubted talents. Such as Director of Organisation with the National Grave Diggers Association... or bottle carrier to the Mayo Ladies football team.


    Adrian Who?
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    Seamas de Faoite,

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    is this why the website is down
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    Quote Originally Posted by seamasdefaoite
    Apparently, staff in head office reacted similarly when they heard the news.
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    erm what party and why so unpopular
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss Croker
    Quote Originally Posted by seamasdefaoite
    Apparently, staff in head office reacted similarly when they heard the news.
    damn im missing galway, im sure therell be some pissup in celebration. is pat now in trouble
    Seamas de Faoite,

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    Quote Originally Posted by seamasdefaoite
    is this why the website is down
    No harm. It's been crap for months anyway and was easily the worst web site of all the parties in the election. Poorly written content, haphazard presentation, lousy design, randomly and infrequently updated. Although it is more of a Mike Allen production than an Adrian Langan gig.

    Maybe Adrian pulled the plug on it as he stormed out the door?
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    oh sorry obviously labour.why is he so unpopular...was he rabbite's man
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    Quote Originally Posted by seamasdefaoite
    Quote Originally Posted by Boss Croker
    Quote Originally Posted by seamasdefaoite
    Apparently, staff in head office reacted similarly when they heard the news.
    damn im missing galway, im sure therell be some pissup in celebration. is pat now in trouble
    Could be. Gives a new meaning to the term Labour party this weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandar
    oh sorry obviously labour.why is he so unpopular...was he rabbite's man

    You might say he was the 'shtick' to Rabbitte's 'carrot'
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