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This is nuts!
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https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/bu...68641.html
The best gift you can give to someone is your time, because you are giving them something you can never get back.
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#2
Well the PIAB have made a right balls out of that ....
The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are filled with doubts while the stupid people are full of confidence...
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#3
For the love of.....
Whatever your reaching for better be a sandwich....coz your gonna eat it......
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#4
This takes the whole question of 'if someone breaks into your house and you attack them are you in the wrong?' to a new extreme. If someone breaks into your home and you don't have a caution wet floor sign down will be the future at this rate!
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#5
It’s quite obvious the Shopkeeper failed to complete the necessary risk assessments and implement appropriate control measures to ensure the safety of said criminal. The criminal, as his neighbour under law, should feel very aggrieved at the shopkeepers blatant negligence.

In all seriousness, That the criminal even brought any case is a sad reflection of the direction Civil law and society is moving in.
We are the willing, led by the unknowning, doing the impossible, for the ungrateful.
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#6
When answering 999 calls in Command & Control in mid 1990s I took a call from a gouger who had broken his ankle after falling through a skylight while breaking into a premises. He was more worried by the snarling guard dog that was clearly audible in background making his way to greet his visitor. Of course call was entered as ann emergency top priority etc etc

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