By Chris HarrisPublished November 17, 2019 09:11:49There’s a new Christmas story told every year.

And it’s one about an unemployed man and his dog who try to stay out of trouble.

As the Great Recession began to ease, an unemployed Irishman named John was left unemployed, but the dog kept on giving him headaches.

When John found a job as a barber in his native county Cork, he started to be treated as a hero and received all sorts of gifts from his fellow barbers and barbering friends.

The dog was a bit of a mystery, however, so John’s friend Dave told him to take a picture of the dog in front of the shop.

After the picture was taken, the dog was given to a friend of the family, who then sent the picture to the police, who went out and seized the dog and its owner.

The story, in its original form, was not that good.

But a few months later, a friend saw the picture and knew that it was good enough for publication in The Irish Times.

It became a bestseller in Ireland and spread throughout Ireland.

It was also widely known in Britain, so the Irish Times reprinted the story in its English edition in November, 1919.

But when The Irish Sun ran the story over the weekend, the Irish paper, which was owned by The Irish News, pulled it and the article was quickly replaced.

What happened next is still debated.

Did the newspaper get the story because it was a best seller, or did they have a problem with the story and felt that it didn’t fit in with their newsroom?

The story was a hit in Ireland.

People were interested in the story.

Some even paid to read the story, according to Irish Times reporter Peter Smith.

The story became the subject of an online petition to get the article reinstated.

Many people were upset with the newspaper for taking the story down, according the Irish News.

And what about the dog?

It didn’t make it onto the cover of The Irish Mail Online, but it’s been put on a new cover in the Irish Mirror.

We’re happy to report that John’s dog is now free of all of the stress that this story has caused him.

It’s a great story about a guy struggling to find a job after the Great Crash and the love and caring that his friend has for him, but a lot of people who read it felt that they were being told that it wasn’t quite as good as it should have been, Smith said.

He said that while the story did get a lot more attention than the one that followed, it was still not as popular as the other stories that followed.

So did The Irish newspaper get it right?

I think they were trying to tell a good story, but in the end, I think it wasn´t a story that resonated with people.

I think that if you look at it now, it’s really hard to get people to take it seriously anymore, he said.