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And we thought we'd got away with it.

You Reg readers don't often miss a trick, and the hawk-eye observance skills of reader Simon are responsible for the abrupt uncovering of our latest attempt at world domination.

So, we thought we'd fess up to our blatant attempt to drum up Irish readership numbers by subliminally displaying El Reg signage on the tail of all Aer Arann flights.

El Reg plane advert

All right, all right, so trying to take over the Eire's not the most evil plot you've ever heard of. All we can say is, there are not many places in the world outside the talons of Vulture Central...

Mwaaa haa haaaa.

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Yes we know the "l" is really an "i", but it looks like a lower case "l". And that's good enough for us.

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