I hope you're right Locke ... the water level at Inniscarra has risen somewhat in the past week or so ... there is some scope for containment tho ....The weather map makes it look like the South Coast might escape the worst of it. I hope I don't regret saying that.
but but butHere we go .... the clowns have not repaired the Quay Wall in Cork after the deluge last November when the City Centre was submerged
Let's see how this one pans out
If it floods again then each and every one of the muppets responsible for this incompetence should be hounded out from Gormley down to the bottom .....
Grand so.Temporary defences against rising waters are being erected.
I'm from Dublin and I tend to agree that RTE is far too Dublin focused. All those south county Dublin accents and nepotism! I hate it too and want to see more broadcasting and programs being made in other studios around the country. Luckily for me, my parents gave me a strong sense of all of my country and we always stayed in Ireland for holidays and I spent a lot of time in Connemara as a teenager. But at the same time, don't be fooled by some TDs who like to play the "Feckers in Dublin" card while at the same time they're actually screwing their own neighbours by taking massive pensions and benefits.RTE like Leinster house is Dublincentric. Don't you know it's only savages and amadáns that live outside the Pale
You already pay tax on the music, the wine and, oddly enough, the book.Feck it - a few bottles of wine and a big fire. Turn off the radio and blast out some music, while reading a good book. Oops - shouldn't have said that, they'll be looking for a way to tax that!
Nah. I'm going to stand on Dollymount Strand and suck it up.