Do we have any such thing in Ireland? I can find nothing via google, bar the same old "anti-ID" shite spouted by civil-liberty cunts who have things to hide.
I need one, I want one, is there one to get? I'm no longer a student so I cant get one of those magic student card things, and I don't want to risk loosing another bulky passport or driving licence. I heard there was a new Garda card out, is that an ID card or just another "proof of age" card for 14 year old skangers looking to get locked on a half a bottle of Smirnoff Ice?
Speaking of bulky driving licences, why don't we copy Britain's system... or can we only copy British rule when it involves banning something? Britain have a great system, you have the paper licence but you leave that part at home and carry a credit card type licence in your wallet or purse. Of course this will never be introduced in Ireland. Ireland after all is a country with NO public transport and yet treats cars as luxuary items, things that only the "elite" should own. My paper licence is in flitters because I, like so many other people, have to carry it with them at all times in case I need to drive more than one vehicle in a day.
Anyway, this wasnt meant to be a rant it is an honest inquirey. It couldnt be a rant of course because as Bertie said, those who complain should commit suicide. I'm off to the river now... byeeeee!