Monthly Archives: February 2015

Flying in the face of reason

It’s become apparent, over the course of the protracted Aer Lingus negotiations, who is actually running the country (clue: it isn’t the government). Vested interests like the unions are in fact dictating policy and influencing decisions that are supposed to … Continue reading

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4 habits of highly effective people

We’ve had it so wrong all this time. The key to being a success is not education, hard work, ambition and drive. Not even close. Here’s the real secret. Pop out as many kids as you can in your late … Continue reading

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Spend a penny

Today we learn that Kildare County Council has spent €3 million maintaining 4 public toilets. The automated toilets which cost 50c a go are used by an average of just 350 people a month and generate a total of €115 … Continue reading

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