Battle for equality at the Forty Foot is still making waves
It's a last bastion of discrimination and the battle has been fought for four decades
JUST when you thought all the Neanderthals were extinct, replaced by a more evolved species known as homo sapiens, proof emerges that some diehard pockets of cavemen continue to survive in a rocky enclave of south Dublin.
Biological differences between these primitive men and their modern replacements are not obvious to the naked eye. At first glance, the cave-dwellers look exactly like everyone else. However, their reactionary attitudes are the telltale sign.