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ConcernedCitizen Feb 5
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DisputeOne Jul 7
No podcast appearance for me tonight. Strained vocal cords. 😓 Tune in still at 8PM EST and check out Noslen Morejon () on The Core Culture Podcast ()! 🎙
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B. Dubb Jul 21
All my niggas motivate me...verbally, or just simply from watchin them grind 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾
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DUBLINMACKER 💣 Apr 30
I just don't believe he would. Pls stop spreading untruths ... Denis O'Brien would never sign off on major losses for the smallest shareholders. Sheesh.
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Richard Jacob Apr 30
I wonder can Dinny sell his Capital loss on to one of his friends who IS declaring a profit.... kinda like the way companies sell carbon credits. It seems a waste to lose €450,000,000 and not profit
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Ann Gladue-Buffalo Apr 10
Come on, FFS where’s support for ARFN?? The CAPP and the oil lobby group is heavily funded and are doing everything in their power to stop Bill C69. That should tell you something!!!
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berkieahern Apr 20
Replying to @conor_feehan @lukeming
When hes colleagues were sacked, there data and contacts stolen from there workplace by the maltese falcon, Pensions scalped, There friend and boss Dearbhail mcDonald allegedly bullied out of her job, Where was Conor Feehan? Hiding under hes fuckin desk, thats where!!
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berkieahern Apr 29
Replying to @caulmick
Hopefully o brien has lost hes shirt on it!
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Eamon Melia Dec 19
Why do SF allow Varadkar and his bitches slag em off without reply ? Easy way to nail FG is with Dennis O Brien , Dennis O Brien owns FG
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Ulrich K. May 31
I am back in the game. Thanks from Dublin for your assistance.
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Emmet Oliver Apr 29
Mediahuis effectively getting Ireland's largest print newspaper group for a sobering €64m, if you throw in the INM cash pile (as of end year 2018).
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David Murphy Apr 29
Takeover of is a good deal for the buyers, but has risks. INM has almost €90m in cash. For Denis O’Brien it is the end of a long expensive unsuccessful investment. Originally he invested about €500m and will receive about €43m. ⁦
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Robyn Lawson: Itisahwâkan May 30
Exactly. We're supposed to suck up immeasurable frustration in order for Cdns to voice theirs, while they continue to ignore the obvious for party platitudes & partisanship. Meanwhile , real life children are dying & we're told to "calm down and listen to reason". No more.
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Gab! Apr 25
no words left to say alam nyo na yun haha :) Thank you and Louis and I guess Vince Thanks
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Glenna Lynch May 8
Surreal to be here. Moriarty on a shelf and the inquiry ongoing. Appalling procurement process. Shame on you FG.
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Matt Cooper Apr 30
Very important point
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David Mc Weeney Apr 30
asks "what 's sale will mean to Ireland and its media"? An impartial outlet maybe, to live up to its name?
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JIM FITZPATRICK Apr 30
Replying to @marktigheST
If I remember correctly we, the taxpayer, gave (before Denis took over, I think) a dogdy writedown of over €110 million via AIB. Have the government asked for this back, if so why not?
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The Phoenix Magazine Apr 4
If chief Doorly does not know of Denis O’Brien and Dermot Desmond’s intentions re: possible sale of the company, does that mean his comments reflect institutional shareholders willingness to sell? See to find out more
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Tadhg O'Leary May 5
FG will help him by giving him the national broadband contract, to make up for
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