Why not just sue God too?

Tourism chief ‘considers legal action’ over inaccurate weather forecasts.

Mr McEniff claimed that a conference in Letterkenny, Co Donegal, was cancelled as a result of Met Éireann predicting snow storms and icy conditions for the region

In fairness!

5 Responses to “Why not just sue God too?”

  1. redmum says:

    Ha I saw this last night and was going to write a post with nearly the same sentiment as yours and concluding that they should just go for God!

    I’ve nothing to write now… Tanks! 🙂

  2. Fergal Reid says:

    Well…Met Eireann can be scarily bad at weater forecasting. Nearly as bad as the Irish Times.
    Personally I get my weather from Sky. It’s more accurate, nationally and locally, and they don’t use stupid cloud icons anymore!!

  3. Damien says:

    You can still write about it in the echo!

  4. Branedy says:

    The real point is why cancel anything due to bad weather in Ireland. It’s a wonder when there’s good weather here. 😉

  5. that girl says:

    I was actually in Letterkenny on the first day of that weather warning and the weather was freezing and brutal. I also don’t believe for a second that people cancel conferences at the last minute because of weather warnings…me thinks that Mr McEniff’s hostelries (many of which I have stayed in, all of which are em…well…let’s not talk about that) aren’t doing the business for other reasons…Now that we’ve run out of scapegoats in the country I guess the weather and God are the only things left eh?