Blog DOB: 23 Oct, 2012
Name: raukerta aifsengh
Location: Kulgränd 9 Tungelsta 13754 Tungelsta Sweden 7433DC
How on earth the building pictured below got planning permission is a mystery well beyond me. It opened in 2006 and contains the printing presses which run off the majority of the newspapers owned by Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCH). This includes the Irish Examiner, and the Evening Echo. In the opening ceremony, Michael Martin, the Enterprise Minister, pressed the button to start the presses.
The building clearly doesn't compliment the landscape in any way. Instead it interrupts it, it shuts it up mid sentence, and is just simply plain ugly in its surroundings. Any one care to guess how it might have been approved?
Have you read the Irish Examiner this morning. Poor old Joe Walsh ex Minister doesn't knw how to take a flight, or enter a car park, or pay for a car park. What a load of old sh1te. I quote
"Former Agriculture Minister Joe Walsh has told of the difficulties he endured after making way for Mary Coughlan in the Cabinet reshuffle of 2004."
My f**king heart bleeds for him and the rest of the so called leaders of this country.
He feels after 2 decades of work he is now been ignored. Wake up and smell the roses. Like is not a fish bowl.
I quote again "I think the biggest trauma, and the thing that you would need some counselling for, was that quite suddenly, people who would literally put out the red carpet for you or grovel to you [when a minister] would totally ignore you ā€” you were a non-person.ā€¯ - Just Who the F**k does he think he is ????. He wants people to grovel to him. Hey come on.
Now he has to queue in an airport and collect his luggage off a carousel. He had to learn how to drive again after 20 years and he didn't know what a Round About Was. There must have been no windows in his ministerial merc.
He should NOT have been let drive his car after 20 years. He should have been made do a full Driver Training and Intensive Testing.
What kind of people are we putting into Government ????.