You've just shown a route to getting them to do a 180.Duff Paddy wrote: ↑Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:59 pmChristie Dignam once played x-box in a house on Gardiner street - it can never be demolished!CM11 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:02 pmIt is so easy to score points against the establishment at the moment. You could probably pick any house in Dublin, make up a tenuous connection to 'the people' and start a controversy about it and a certain group would lap it up.camroc1 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:54 amThe Shinners are having conniptions, O'Snotty to the fore. Despite the fact that the developers owned the site, including the house, had applied for and received planning permission, including going to ABP, and had completed the required compliance documents.
Instead of three faux "arts and crafts" style suburban villas there will be 108 apartments.
The house dated from 1911, and the O'Rahilly was killed in 1916; that's exactly how much connection there was .
Christie Dignam was once raped in a house on.....