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Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident

Posted by John.Kinsella1 
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Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
31 December, 2015 16:36



An Tanaiste was visiting Thomastown today to inspect the flood relief works.

For some (*ahem* publicity photo related?) reason she and a party colleague were towed in a canoe in foot-deep water.

Maybe looking for floating voters?

No sniggering back there...

John
Yacht "Ni Saoirse go Saoirse Lucht na mBad"



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 31/12/2015 17:07 by John.Kinsella1.
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
31 December, 2015 18:58
Good opportunity for WI to highlight the importance of always wearing a Lifejacket.....???

Tm53
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
31 December, 2015 19:04
A foretaste of Labour's "swansong", perhaps..????

Tm53
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
31 December, 2015 21:15
Top heavy????
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
01 January, 2016 11:42
https://www.donedeal.ie/boats-for-sale/boat/11188290
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
01 January, 2016 12:56
Hope that boatman has a good solicitor.........
Surprised the Garda RIB was not in attendance, or even the Naval Service.

Tm53
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
02 January, 2016 16:33
Uncharted waters. Paddle your own canoe. Up the creek without a paddle.
Would ye think the the guy pulling the canoe was a Labour man?
Re: Tanaiste Safe After Boating Incident
02 January, 2016 17:31
The other topic about a foal being rescued has nothing to do with this??the finger smiley Micksmoking smiley

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