Monthly Archives: May 2015

Resistance is futile . . .

. . . i don’t buy Una Mullaly, the high priest of permissiveness and i don’t buy her continuous acts of political partisanship.  I find her ugly . . . on the inside, a harpy whose nest is nurtured near … Continue reading

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In Ireland to be a realist, you must believe in miracles . . . *

the fence of progress fenced them in and wuddint allow them go no further so they obediently followed me by the sidewalk, east, toward the parkland and . . . i was surprised. *paraphrasing David Ben – Gurion

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Ireland 2.0

i wondered when i was young how Germans could go along with the Nazis and now i wonder no more. . . . tonight i saw the crowd, the gang, the oppressed and their enthusiasm spilling onto the warm Dublin streets … Continue reading

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“A sure cure for seasickness is to sit under a tree” Spike Milligan

i walk our walk most evenings, across the playing fields of Firhouse down toward the motorway the separates the sticks from the suburbs and now our walk has been interrupted by the fence of progress . . . . . … Continue reading

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“Organised crime in America takes in over forty billion dollars a year and spends very little on office supplies” Woody Allen

eyem aware that stationary is expensive, i mean this Rapesco 545 Stapler R54500B2 costs €24.23 inc VAT but todays delivery of our weekly office supplies really wowed me, as i was made aware that 12 packs of coloured Post Its cost … Continue reading

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“This land is your land and this land is my land, sure . . . but the world is run by those that never listen to music anyways”. Bob Dylan

i blew into Dublin in the early naughties a very green boy and throughout the years, here in our centralised capital i’ve seen enough to help me make the climb to the heights of Firhouse, an area of southwest Dubh … Continue reading

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Delahunt’s Restaurant – Camden Street

We’ve been meaning to visit Delahunt’s for some time now. From the outside it looks like an unassuming traditional bistro, with quaint net curtains and a long, narrow dining room. It occupies the building that used to be home to … Continue reading

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