Coman Goggins is evidently sick of the endless debate about the Dubs n' Croke Park.
In his Evening Herald column he used the phrase 'beyond boring' to describe the debate. Ironically, his column may only serve to spark another debate on the matter when most people had begun to tire of talking about it. For now.
In the article, he was rather gleeful about the fate of 'one of the most frequent and loudest complainants' who was 'left with egg on his face' after the first round of the Leinster championship. This team were dumped out despite enjoying home advantage.
One can only conclude he is referring to Offaly manager Pat Flanagan.
He stoutly defended the Leinster council and their chairman John Horan's stance on the issue. Horan argues it makes no financial sense to restrict the numbers flocking to Dublin games by moving them to a smaller provincial ground.
The word financial is rather significant there, of course.
One of the main thrusts of Goggins' argument is that Dublin are unlikely to lose away from home against Leinster counties anyway.
He did concede that Longford got to within two points of Dublin on their last road trip back in 2006, but harked back to the 1970s to dismiss the significance of this.
He pointed out that Dublin haven't lost on the road in Leinster since 1973 and relied on the away record of Heffo's army team in the late 70s to hammer home his point.
Of course, the opposing case is that arguments surrounding Dublin's record away from home (and one would have to be cautious about drawing many conclusions from the stats on this issue given how infrequent these away trips have been) are irrelevant. They argue it is simply a matter of fairness.
Either way, Dublin are, as it happens, due their home game against Longford this time. The two teams haven't met since 2006.
Longford lost 1-12 to 0-13 that day. On Sunday week, the Dubs are 1/200 to win.