The Sunday Tribune: The Business Interview
Business Section Page 3
19 September 1999
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Yeah, sure the street was a bit decrepid before O'Callaghan and his merry men started putting Offices and Hotels on it. But the only decent thing left on Fenian Street is the Gingerman pub (No doubt he has eyes on that too). Another canyon of blandness decends on Dublin.
O'Callaghan's quote reminds me of Paidraig Flynn on the Late Late Show last year saying how great he was etc, and how everyone else thought he was a complete gobshite. A message to you Mr O'Callaghan, I think you're a gobshite as well.
I heard it went a bit like this:
"Now listen here Gay, I'm a great man so I am... a great, great man."
The Gingerman pub - is that the one with the lovely round Stained glass windows?
I passed it last week and admired it again.
What's it like inside? I was a bit reluctant to look.
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