Monthly Archives | November 2003


Yipee, a new Mary Gentle Book: “1610: A Sundial in a Grave, by Mary Gentle (Gollancz, £12.99) Mary Gentle’s novels […]

Master and Commander [based on books]

Just been to see Master and Commander: The far side of the Ocean and have to say I had a […]


More trouble for The Spire. The lights aren’t working properly *sigh* after taking so long you’d think they would do […]

Who’s on first?

Was never a fan of Doctor Who, think I am a bit too young, but I am a Richard E […]

Love Remains

Have just finished reading Glan Duncan’s Love Remains. Saw it in my local library and because I loved I, Lucifer […]

Coke censored

Well, the students spoke again, and banned the sales of Coke from college. I am not quite sure if I […]


Waste hours trying to fly this copter. Its bloody addictive

No Bertie for Sligo

Looks like Bertie aint welcome in Sligo, by Irish the students at least: “As Mr. Ahern arrived at the IT, […]

World Cup 03

So the IRB RWC 2003 is at an end. Okay so the 3rd place play off still has to come, […]

strangely enough bombs in Indonesia tend to kill more people from Jakarta than Jersey and yet always it is an attack on our interests, on our culture. Is it this reaction as much as anything else that sickens the people of these countries who have been attacked, it certainly sickens me – that we cannot sympathise or understand but merely try to transfer this into our own framework, one that is easier for us to accept. The message is therefore – ‘well we’re sorry that some of your people died, but imagine how it must feel for us’.


Did you know that it is 10yrs since Nirvana released their Unplugged album, I must be getting old. Information from […]

Slanging match

Politicians or just big kids?Paisley and Trimble in Slanging Match. Personally I think Paisley is great craic, but that may […]