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20-07-2012, 02:39   #136
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'Fact checked' - Peter Murtagh's personal impressions on a trip along the coast aren't factual so can't be fact checked. He did call out Shell to Sea's BS though. Maybe it's Waters you're getting at but he gives all the signs of never quite recovering from a 70s bad acid trip.

I wonder is this Humphries/Humphreys related to the other Humphries the Irish Times dare not speak about? Still awaiting his trial date isn't he..?

I've said it before, over something much more important than this (impugning the reputation of a suicide victim at the behest of Terry Prone) but the current editor of the Irish Times is rapidly destroying the credibility of the paper.

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all this kinda stuff happening under the previous editor and the one before that...

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26-04-2014, 04:33   #138
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you know this guy is now the IT education correspondent
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I know that its not strictly speaking about atheism/agnosticism but its
verging on Waters-esque. How can the IT publish anything by someone who can proudly declare that he knows "f**k all" about science?

Any chance you could do a copy/pasta job (if legal)? I'm not paying to view the IT archives.

Scratch that, I didn't realise that the OP was from 2012. Sorry.
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I don't how the irish times can employ somebody with such enmity towards the none religious as their education correspondent

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