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# Surrealing in the Years

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Surrealing in the Years: Climate of violence against women casts shadow over yet another week
Carl Kinsella
This month
July 2024
Surrealing in the Years: Waiting for the bus to take contactless payment - and for our election
Carl Kinsella
Last month
June 2024
Surrealing in the Years: €475,000 'affordable' homes just the latest insult to our intelligence
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Eamon Ryan gave us climate targets we'll never meet, and memories
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: You want me to sum up that election in one headline? Not happening
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Election cycle has been much messier than Simon Harris' melting 99
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Wham, BAM, where the hell is our hospital, ma'am?
Carl Kinsella
This year
2024
Surrealing in the Years: Ireland recognises Palestine, Mattie McGrath not quite so sure
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: We don't need AI to start freaking out about politics in Ireland
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: New York portal runs risk of showing world what Ireland is really like
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: United Kingdom trying to drag Ireland down to its level on immigration
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Bloody horses on the loose in London, bloody chaos on the loose in Ireland
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Well Simon, the jamboree period is over
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: €1.90 for bag of Tayto is proof that the social contract is broken
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Sinn Féin and Fine Gael having a hard time being themselves
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Varadkar feels sorry for whoever has to write about his legacy. Same.
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Irish diplomacy differs greatly between Texas and DC
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: The results are in ... referendums remain nation’s messiest pastime
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Snow nice but nation could use heads up next time
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: UK Pleasure Boys can teach us all a valuable lesson
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: This was a really good week to embarrass yourself on TV
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Joe Brolly and Kneecap join forces against the Tory government
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: End of 'Global Greening' a brave step towards becoming less embarrassing
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Story of giant Luke Kelly head vandalism comes to a sad end
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Finally, a national conversation about throuples
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: First week of the new year marked by "preventable trauma"
Carl Kinsella
Last year
2023
Surrealing in the Years: New retirement plan means 40 more years of this column
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Year 2023: Ireland has had a weird year, and absolutely not in a good way
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Tornado in Leitrim steals the show during a season of extreme weather
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: President Conor is unlikely, but we're still in for a long two years
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Good news! The weird online loudmouths are here to save Ireland
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Dublin riot shatters many of our shared delusions about Ireland
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Irish public knows the moral event horizon has been crossed in Gaza
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Only Suella Braverman knows what on earth she meant by Ulster comments
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Smaller venues not enough to hold Irish solidarity for Palestine
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: RTÉ should utilise 'surprise Dolly Parton' strategy more often
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Thoughtless celebrity commentary on Gaza crisis will make things worse
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Bedbug apocalypse the least of our worries when it comes to neighbours
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Leo Varadkar is not good at pop culture references
Carl Kinsella
Surrealing in the Years: Has the establishment finally noticed the far-right?
Carl Kinsella