Time for lull in gull cull mull
Brendan O'Connor As collective fits of madness go it was a reasonably harmless one. Harmless that is, unless you were a seagull or one of their increasing number of victims. If the seagulls had, according to Ned O'Sullivan, lost the run of themselves last summer, this summer we lost the run of ourselves about the seagulls. As the ante was upped in seagull crimes during the week, you felt it was only a matter of time before we blamed them for the economic collapse. "A seagull landed on my head Joe, bold as brass, and told me to borrow more money."