I’ve resigned as Prime Minister of Ireland

When the Irish Times opened up their Ireland.com domain to free email registration recently I quickly nabbed the novelty address of primeminister@ireland.com reckoning that would be far more beneficial to the cultivation of international relations than the parochial taoiseach@ireland.com 😉

I sent a few test emails without trouble and drafted a concilliatory message to Sarkozy before…. real world email got in the way. Sadly it appears I didn't read the Term and Conditions of use too well (who the hell ever does?) because I missed this bit –

In particular, "c. impersonate any person or entity, including, but not limited to, an Ireland.com official, forum leader, guide or host, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent an affiliation with a person or entity;"

That's the bit Ronan from tech support kindly pointed out to me this morning before adding – "Having an email name such as primeminister@ireland.com has the potential to be misconstrued, so we have had no alternative to lock the account."

Now why didn't I send that note to Obama while I had the chance?

5 Responses to “I’ve resigned as Prime Minister of Ireland”

  1. The Boss Says:

    Sorry to here about your trouble but thanks for the idea.
    Look, if there is anything, I mean anything I can help you out with just say. I do now have some *cough* influence thanks to you.
    The Boss

  2. James Corbett Says:

    Haha, nice one Mr. Boss. I hereby bequeath you my successory in nefarious deeds ;-p

  3. Don Crowley Says:

    Resignation? I think you were pushed :p

  4. James Corbett Says:

    @Don, shush,… don’t let the media get wind of that ;-p

  5. Brendan Hughes Says:

    That’s a shame. Prime Time have just finished their series on Bertie and I’m sure will be looking for another faux scandal to document. Watch out…

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