Eoghan Harris: Tell me, does my asset look big in my new Nama?
Good riddance to 2010. To the bankers, bondholders and well-heeled Nama wives, winging off to winter sports, we say: Bah humbug.
Naturally it was not all bad. The recession returned us to reality. But while exposes by Shane Ross and David McWilliams were essential to reform, some of the semi-permanent media panellists seemed to be whipping up public anger to no great purpose.
In my day, critics suffered for their beliefs. They did not buy beemers on the back of telling us how bad things were. They were lucky if they were left with a horse outside.