Gillian Bowler is abused on street



Murra

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Pity about her.
 

greengoose

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Beats getting her head chopped off. Sleeping with dogs and fleas comes to mind...
 

Mar Tweedy

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Bad News this

- mob justice is not the way to go let alone attacking a woman on her own.
No, indeed.

We need some channel to express our anger in a non abusive aggressive way.
Any suggestions for constructive means of expressing it?
 

Murra

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dunno.

A tribunal perhaps?
 

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According to the Sindo, a "friend" of Gillian Bowler, unamed, alleges that Gillian was verbally abused in a shopping centre. Not sure where the "shoved", ie assault, part was supposed to have happened. Notes how brave Gillian taught it no big deal as she is focused on ensuring the country recovers...!

There follows a story about how the poor banks are coping.

In other Sindo news - they have a go at the costs of the Mahon tribunal.

Is there ever a time that these people will ever stand up to the powerful in this country.

Pathetic.
 

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Murra

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What do you bet the old lady was arrested and charged?
 

mr_anderson

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Were the sunglasses knocked off her head ?
Is it true she loses all cognitive ability when that happens ?
 

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Well at least people are targetting their anger at the right people and not soley shouting abuse at low level staff that cant even decide what colour shoes they must wear to work.

And as for Ms Bowler, didnt she refuse to accept a resignation (= not seeing anything wrong with 8bn deposit scandal).
 

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Can someone explain how an English woman, who started her career, seling package holidays to the Canaries, ended up Chairperson of Irish Tourism, Chairperson of the Irish Museum of Modern Art Museum and later Chair of an Irish Bank.
Had she any prior experience of banking prior to landing this job? Or experience in modern Art for that matter.
Seems she didn't even complete her studies and left early to sells hols in the Greek Islands. Students give up your studies now.
It's who you know in Ireland, not what you know.
Is this an Irish joke?
 

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Can someone explain how an English woman, who started her career, seling package holidays to the Canaries, ended up Chairperson of Irish Tourism, Chairperson of the Irish Museum of Modern Art Museum and later Chair of an Irish Bank.
Had she any prior experience of banking prior to landing this job? Or experience in modern Art for that matter.
Since when does experience matter? C'mon it's who you know not what you know. Next you'll be wanting them to submit CVs and *gasp* have interviews.
 

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Is this reported in any respectable paper? It safer to assume something in the Sindo is untrue unless it is confirmed elsewhere.

After all their lead story this morning effectively blames the leader of the opposition for the recession.
 


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