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Today, Ryan was utterly slating the Australian Government for the way it dealt with the Pandemic. Now, in my own minds eye, I imagined a cartoon like Family Guy Peter Griffin, only this time Tubbs, as an Australian Government Minister. He is commanding his other australian colleagues on what should be done.
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Ryan is just another overpaid ego tripping rte muppet.
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That cipher would take credit for the sunrise if he could, often stumbles over his own hubris. And the rather morbid fixation with death betrays a troubled mindset. Who needs light entertainment when one can plumb the depths of despair instead. A blight on the airwaves.
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bump
The corresponding thread on boards has been shut down. Maybe enter your thoughts here on Monday 21st November folks!
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That's mad, why would they shut down a thread on Ryan Tubridy :D
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KHD wrote: Sun Nov 20, 2022 4:48 pm That's mad, why would they shut down a thread on Ryan Tubridy :D
It's reopened by bigsty mod

Like the school teacher trying to discipline a naughty national school class. And one poster has been made an example of.
Bold boy.

50: 50 the thread is closed again sometime tomorrow.
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gugleguy wrote: Sun Nov 20, 2022 7:31 pm It's reopened by bigsty mod

Like the school teacher trying to discipline a naughty national school class. And one poster has been made an example of.
Bold boy.

50: 50 the thread is closed again sometime tomorrow.
Helen McEntee's dystopia coming to fruition, a mild critique of an overpaid chancer now construed as hate speech and the shutters crash down. All because the feelings of a vocal "minority" are allegedly hurt, how dare one take umbrage at a mediocre product of nepotism. Cowardly lickarses of the world united in a race to the bottom, pun intended.
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Ryan Subsidy taking a few days off post toy show as he will be "absolutely banjaxed". Break out a chorus of violins, slaving it seven hours per week exacts an enormous toll. One solution is wiping his brow with a wad of ill-gotten gains. We should be eternally grateful the BBC didn't poach him from RTÉ, sorry NK Management. No that doesn't stand for North Korea, they don't specialise in creative accounting that minimises tax contributions. Salute the independent "contractor", only a true maverick dodges the books.
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Hopefully he'll take more than a few days off, maybe 8725 years. We can live in hope....
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Tubridy Off the Radio Next week - Comrac O'hAodra on Drivetime!


good riddance.
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Turgidy has been accorded a spot on Virgin Media, watch him sink like a stone in a well. His unique brand of misery and Kennedy fixation won't translate to the British audience, they will immediately see through an anodyne chancer with the intellectual grasp of an incontinent child. Yet another humiliation awaits for the belligerent Noel Kelly, how the "mighty" have fallen.
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Looks like we're going to catch his dulcet tones up here in the NE. LMFM have a Saturday morning show called The Green Scene, where Country and Irish music is the order of the day. Perhaps we'll hear him there, playing some Big Tom and a few jigs and reels. Yee hah!
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quodec wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 9:32 pm Looks like we're going to catch his dulcet tones up here in the NE. LMFM have a Saturday morning show called The Green Scene, where Country and Irish music is the order of the day. Perhaps we'll hear him there, playing some Big Tom and a few jigs and reels. Yee hah!
Seems the regulator is checking if this is legal, could it be displacing Irish jobs 😂
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The joys of internet radio where you can listen to literally thousands of stations without chancing on Tubridy or Joe Duffy or Andrea Gilligan.Therapy in its own right.
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According to the Indo he's already cracked the UK. Although they seem to be conveniently forgetting that he's actually yet to present a radio show

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Hopefully he will be able to get jobs for his pals - Ray Darcy and Joe Duffy - and get them off RTE permanently.
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Del.Monte wrote: Sat Nov 18, 2023 8:55 am Hopefully he will be able to get jobs for his pals - Ray Darcy and Joe Duffy - and get them off RTE permanently.
I spent a lot of years living in or travelling to, the UK. I grew to have quite an affection for the "man in the street" British person. Why would I want to wish that on them?
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PogMoThoin22 wrote: Fri Nov 17, 2023 8:44 am Seems the regulator is checking if this is legal, could it be displacing Irish jobs 😂
The regulator has decided that there's no problem with Irish jobs being displaced. The funny thing is that Virgin Radio isn't the Virgin Radio of the 1990s and is now just a DAB/online station. (The RAJARs (www.rajar.co.uk) are the equivalent of the Irish JNRL numbers.) It isn't the BBC. The syndication on Q102 keeps him in the Dublin radio market. It isn't RTE.

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And so Ryan leaves the bubble wrap behind for choppy waters of Virgin Radio. The Partridge comparisons are apt, a chancer previously on €700,000 per year flailing horribly at a substantially reduced salary. Tragically, Noel Kelly cannot prevent his starlet from foundering horribly in the open market. Someone utterly ill-prepared and ignorant trading upon misguided reputation as a learned scholar of letters. Turgidy betrays his below average intelligence by inserting himself into every second-hand narrative and frantically overestimating his importance. His staunch advocates are arguably worse, suffering terminal obesity from a dank bedsit in Knocknacarra and raging impotently against powerlessness. How unfortunate these subterranean creatures cannot control the narrative, break out the rosary beads their beloved Tubs is startlingly bereft of any self-awareness.
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He might actually succeed.

The brits have an odd soft spot for a bit of inoffensive, Irish blarney on the radio. Terry Wogan proved that. Just so long as he remembers his new place in the pecking order and doffs his cap appropriately - which shouldn't be a problem for a natural lickspittle like him. Either way he's their problem now.
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Berties_Horse wrote: Fri Jan 05, 2024 12:52 am And so Ryan leaves the bubble wrap behind for choppy waters of Virgin Radio. The Partridge comparisons are apt, a chancer previously on €700,000 per year flailing horribly at a substantially reduced salary. Tragically, Noel Kelly cannot prevent his starlet from foundering horribly in the open market. Someone utterly ill-prepared and ignorant trading upon misguided reputation as a learned scholar of letters. Turgidy betrays his below average intelligence by inserting himself into every second-hand narrative and frantically overestimating his importance. His staunch advocates are arguably worse, suffering terminal obesity from a dank bedsit in Knocknacarra and raging impotently against powerlessness. How unfortunate these subterranean creatures cannot control the narrative, break out the rosary beads their beloved Tubs is startlingly bereft of any self-awareness.
That is the worst-written load of claptrap I have ever read. I don't think you're much of a "learned scholar of letters" yourself, or if you are you're struggling to make it past the letter "D."
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Boardsie Exile wrote: Fri Jan 05, 2024 3:41 am He might actually succeed.

The brits have an odd soft spot for a bit of inoffensive, Irish blarney on the radio. Terry Wogan proved that. Just so long as he remembers his new place in the pecking order and doffs his cap appropriately - which shouldn't be a problem for a natural lickspittle like him. Either way he's their problem now.
He will probably have a knighthood in his sights now...sure didn't the TV programme "Who Do You Think You Are" prove that his close ancestor was King Edward III of England.
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Del.Monte wrote: Fri Jan 05, 2024 8:45 am He will probably have a knighthood in his sights now...sure didn't the TV programme "Who Do You Think You Are" prove that his close ancestor was King Edward III of England.
Thought that was Danny Dyer. Tubridy was supposedly distantly related to some female courtier (I think).

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jmcc wrote: Fri Jan 05, 2024 8:55 am Thought that was Danny Dyer. Tubridy was supposedly distantly related to some female courtier (I think).

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It was Danny Dyer who was related to Edward III (1312-1377). Tubridy wasn't, from what I remember. It was just some female courtier. The fluff piece in the Mirror mentioned his lineage going back to the 15th century but Edward III died in the 14th. It is a rather weak connection. The "Yorkshire aristocracy" quote was a bit odd. He's about as royal as King Charles. :)

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