Dream A Little Dream Of Me

I believe it was the thespian Adam West, in his role as Batman in the 1968 feature film of the same name, who said “Of what use is a dream if not blueprints for a courageous action”. A noble sentiment for sure, but the problem with blueprints is sometimes they are very difficult to understand, even for an engineer (albeit, a very poor one) like myself.

On that premise, I approached the largest dream company in the UK to see if they could make sense of my nightly brain farts, and advise me on the best course of action.

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A Guide to Mens Summer Fashion with Gerald Kean

It really and truly is summer now, with the country basking in beautiful weather these past few days. Of course, this means that this is the time of the year when young people go on their holidays to the beach and festivals, or wherever else it is that whippersnappers go to nowadays. Of course it can often be very difficult to decide what to wear to these events – you have to decide between functionality and style.

Luckily, we are delighted to announce that Ireland’s best dressed celebrity lawyer, Gerald Kean, has put together his key tips for getting through this potentially treacherous process with your dignity intact. Take it away Gerald!

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Burying the Hatchet between Ireland and England

Ireland has always had a bit of a chip on it’s shoulder with regards the United Kingdom – perhaps understandably so given our bloody history. These days, however, the relationship between the two countries is a lot warmer, and its probably about time we forgot our differences, and moved forward together as two proud nations. But its difficult to forget the historical differences when they’re so visible. So with that in mind, and as part of the official FAI build up to the match between the two countries in the Aviva on Sunday, we’ve updated various famous images of Anglo-Irish conflict to make them more politically neutral.

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The Marriage Referendum: A Twitter Odyssey

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Now that the population of Ireland has safely approved the marriage referendum, it’s time to bring to light the brave but ultimately futile crusade our favourite Irish politician – Dermot ‘President’ Mulqueen – completed over the past few months to ensure that the NO side won. I think you’ll agree that this is the man the NO side should have got to spearhead their campaign instead of Breda O’Brien or Ger Brennan…

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