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I gave up on this when someone compared Wikipedia to the Ency. Brittanica. Jeez!

The Corkmen boasting about Pfizer accounting for 7bn of GDP have also lost the plot. It is a “nominal” sum as it is based , even excluding the transfer pricing issues, on the highest-value product on earth – Viagra; even Intel chips are cheaper, as is platinum, gram for gram. How many people do they employ? It is common knowledge that Coca Cola and Pepsi equally distort the figures of our food exports with their treatmemnt of syrup.
Corcaigh boy – there are severe noise restrictions at the other end, NYC has clamped down on noise, it has banned helicopters from overflying NYC (long before 9/11) and routes light aircraft traffic over the rivers, East and Hudson.

Six hours 30 mins Dublin – S. Kerry today, one guy with a digger, another with a truck closed a stretch of the N7 before Athy turnoff, 45 minute delay mid afternoon. Two men causing a huge tailback. Are there any brains in Kildare CoCo or are they all admiring their new offices?

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