Compensation culture

The Cylon

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This morning on Sean O Rourke was incredible. 0 self awareness. What was she expecting?
 


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He will be pushing her on the swing in the court...as engineers stage a reconstruction of what exactly happened....Those leaflets will be crucial!
Will she be allowed to have consumed some alcoholic beverages and then hold a bottle of beer in one hand and a bottle of wine in the other? Just to ensure the reconstruction is as close to the original as possible. ;)
 

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I brought my grandson to the playground today and saw a sign on the swing there saying FG politicians only allowed under supervision. What a stupid girl she has been. To recap her case is as follows; the swing in the Dean Hotel was unsupervised so when she sat on it with a pint of beer in one hand and was reaching to grab a bottle of wine in the other she fell backwards because of the shininess of the seat. Nobody told her that she shouldn't do this so the hotel is at fault. She claims that she couldn't go home for three days after her case hit media headlines [ I doubt if she stayed in the Dean hotel ] and lashed out at the various politicians who criticised her saying that they ''should have known better without fact''.
Claiming to have grown up on the sideline of a GAA pitch she said she plays fair and that she doesn't play ''offside''. The GAA rules are forever changing.
Now most importantly in her defence she says that she wasn't drunk or messing so if you sit on a swing with a pint in one hand and a bottle of wine in the other you are just acting normally. What a load of cobblers. :D
 
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A study has found 100% of Irish whiplash patients attending a spine specialist pursued lawsuits — but the visits almost always stopped once the legal action was settled.

The researchers examined all the whiplash cases attending a specialist spine surgeon in Ireland over a 15-year period. The NUI Galway study found the visits to the specialist stopped in almost all cases when the legal action was completed.
 

riddles

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Isn’t that the whole purpose of insurance claims, redress boards and the like money is a miracle cure.
 

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Isn’t that the whole purpose of insurance claims, redress boards and the like money is a miracle cure.
Take the money out of it, and the problem will also be cured. Some countries don't recognise whiplash as a medical thing at all, and nobody seems to notice.
 

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I brought my grandson to the playground today and saw a sign on the swing there saying FG politicians only allowed under supervision. What a stupid girl she has been. To recap her case is as follows; the swing in the Dean Hotel was unsupervised so when she sat on it with a pint of beer in one hand and was reaching to grab a bottle of wine in the other she fell backwards because of the shininess of the seat. Nobody told her that she shouldn't do this so the hotel is at fault. She claims that she couldn't go home for three days after her case hit media headlines [ I doubt if she stayed in the Dean hotel ] and lashed out at the various politicians who criticised her saying that they ''should have known better without fact''.
Claiming to have grown up on the sideline of a GAA pitch she said she plays fair and that she doesn't play ''offside''. The GAA rules are forever changing.
Now most importantly in her defence she says that she wasn't drunk or messing so if you sit on a swing with a pint in one hand and a bottle of wine in the other you are just acting normally. What a load of cobblers. :D
Good summation. I reserved a special eye-roll for the "offside" remark while listening.
 

Buchaill Dana

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I brought my grandson to the playground today and saw a sign on the swing there saying FG politicians only allowed under supervision. What a stupid girl she has been. To recap her case is as follows; the swing in the Dean Hotel was unsupervised so when she sat on it with a pint of beer in one hand and was reaching to grab a bottle of wine in the other she fell backwards because of the shininess of the seat. Nobody told her that she shouldn't do this so the hotel is at fault. She claims that she couldn't go home for three days after her case hit media headlines [ I doubt if she stayed in the Dean hotel ] and lashed out at the various politicians who criticised her saying that they ''should have known better without fact''.
Claiming to have grown up on the sideline of a GAA pitch she said she plays fair and that she doesn't play ''offside''. The GAA rules are forever changing.
Now most importantly in her defence she says that she wasn't drunk or messing so if you sit on a swing with a pint in one hand and a bottle of wine in the other you are just acting normally. What a load of cobblers. :D
The GAA reference was interesting. Her father is best remembered for the debacle around Tallaght stadium that cost the GAA 2.5m. Maybe thats where her sense of entitlement comes from....
 


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