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Monday, February 06, 2006 

Initial Impressions on the Irish Daily Mail

We could never resist a freebie being given out in the streets.

On a scale of one to ten (one being the sandpaper recycled bogroll on issue in the Defence Forces through the Nineties, ten being Andrex Quilts) we'd award it a six. Satisfying but without that je ne sais quo to be gained from wiping your derriére with An Irishman's Diary (8/10).


Update 06/02/06:

Twenty Major would clearly disagree on our scoring.
"With that in mind there really is no need for the Daily Mail to publish an Irish edition. If I was caught short after a particularly heavy night on the tiles and I scrambled my way into a public toilet and unleashed the full fury of my bowels only to find there was no toilet paper I still wouldn't use the Daily Mail to wipe my arse. I'd rather just use my hand or my underwear."
And who are we to argue with that?

"Libel"-Richard Waghorne
"Attack blog"-Damien Mulley

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  • An early-thirties male Irish technologist living and working in Dublin, I'm a former (recovering) member of both Fianna Fáil and the Roman Catholic Church.

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