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10-02-2020, 15:45   #46
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Timmy Dooley may not make it in Clare.
Dial up Timmy is gone
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10-02-2020, 15:49   #47
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Dial up Timmy is gone
I'm sure there will be a wireless company somewhere to give him a cushy corporate gig.
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10-02-2020, 15:52   #48
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I'm sure there will be a wireless company somewhere to give him a cushy corporate gig.
I can't Imagine that happening...
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Adios dimmy
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Dial up Timmy is gone
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The 22k households in Clare under the intervention area might have bitten back
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Timmy will get a gig in the new Senate
My opinion now is the NBp is safe given the amount of rural independents elected and what's in the SF manifesto
So hallelujah
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11-02-2020, 18:41   #53
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So like will we ever see the rollout site that says when people will actually get connected?
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The Independent is reporting that a FG condition of entering government with FF is continuation of the NBP.

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15-02-2020, 11:28   #55
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The contract it already signed. They're not going to back out now. That article is fluff piece.
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15-02-2020, 11:50   #56
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From that articled
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Senior ministers have said the price for power Micheál Martin would have to pay is sharing the role of Taoiseach with Leo Varadkar. Other key demands include income tax cuts, improved childcare subsidies and the continued roll-out of rural broadband.
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The continued roll-out of the controversial National Broadband Plan (NBP), which Fianna Fáil has criticised due to its cost, and other rural development initiatives would have to be included under any deal, according to another minister.
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4site up at my house surveying right now. Live in Cork City.
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4site up at my house surveying right now. Live in Cork City.
Cork city ? In the nbp area ?
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Cork city ? In the nbp area ?
Yes, Rochestown (in cork city since the boundary change) is covered by the NBP.
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Should be some easy pickings there. I'd reckoned they'd leave urban failures until last. Seems not.
Might encourage Eircom to speed up their urban FTTP program.

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