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On the ground, security officers of the Metropolitan Topeka Airport Authority were, in cooperation with the Secret Service, securing the area and seeking to insure that nothing would discommode the safety and decorum of welcoming ceremonies for the Commander in Chief.
Mr Rabbitte and others are worried that it might discommode those who want to download "normal" content between consenting adults.
The drivers said they would resume work "on the basis that the maintenance of the current impasse would only serve to further discommode the travelling public".
Speaking on RTE's Six-One news, it was also put to Cusack that withdrawing of services from January 1 would only affect the low-key competitions such as the O'Byrne Cup, McKenna Cup and Waterford Crystal tournament and therefore would be unlikely to discommode the GAA too much.
Nobody told us that it was going to discommode anybody," insisted Kelly.
All the same, it irritates people when they encounter flagrant instances of it, for it discommodes the public, wastes resources, lowers administrative effectiveness.
It discommodes hundreds of thousands of people, a great loss to business and nobody has gained out of it.