Career Change


#526

That time he followed me up to Knockfierna? That was just weird


#527

He could have done some recon on the Rathkeale rovers but chose to hound an effeminate primary school teacher instead :smile:


#528

And we were all paying for it, I don’t think he was cut out for it


#529

Himself and @Fagan_ODowd could set up a detective agency.


#530

Kojak and co.


#531

Best of luck, mate its not easy out there.


#532

Plot Twist : @Breaking_my_balls is the Guard that was riding the knackers wife and accepting cocaine from them in exchange for filling out a few forms :scream:


#533

Gas cunt


#534

Bored? Ffs. It’s better than a lot of jobs. Bored and frustrated are the natural states of employment. Do some journalism on the side. Work like you want to, not like they tell you.


#535

Fair play, you took the hard option. Hope it all works out.


#536

Is there much involved in quitting an imaginary job?


#537

He had to write that resignation letter, it’s about 20 posts up


#538

There’s probably less then ten journalists in Ireland that can pay their rent/mortgage.


#539

A pretend night out must be organised I suppose before the person leaves anyway


#540

I’ll have to get the pretend hair cut


#541

Would you think of drug dealing? Better money, you already have the contacts, it certainly wouldn’t be boring having already been a garda and having both sides gunning for you. And you could write a book as your pension. @Breakingmybadballs


#542

How do you think he can afford to resign without having a plan b?
Door man, drug dealer or both.


#543

He can do those without resigning. Likely easier.


#544

First Paul Williams, now @Breaking_my_balls. Maurice McCabe has had some impact all the same.


#545

Stay away from the journalism, no money in it