Monthly Archives | February 2005

Weekend’s main match: Ireland V England

While the match itself may have been more similar to Sat.’s Scotland/Italy match than the free-flowing France/Wales match, it was […]

Sat. rugby matches

Well that Scotland vs Italy match was pretty bad wasn’t it? Neither seemed to know what they wanted to do, […]

Pan-Am or Prince Charles – how do you smile?

I read about this study a while back, and meant to blog about it but forgot, until Neil Gaiman brought […]

The Woodsman

Went to see The Woodsman starring Kevin Bacon last week. Was a very interesting film, but not one I’m gonna […]

Goddess of Water and Anger

The Goddess of Water and Anger. You are a reclusiveloner . Always wary and deliberate, once you’vegot a friendship, its […]

Why are Ipods supposed to be so great?

Almost everywhere you go you’re bound to see those white earphones that id a person as using an Ipod, they […]

Think back, no further back

“described as a “psychonanalytic procedure in which
a person is encouraged to give free rein to his or
her thoughts and feelings, verbalizing whatever
comes into the mind without monitoring its content.”
Over time, this technique is supposed to help
bring forth repressed thoughts and feelings that
the person can then work through to gain a better
sense of self.

Letter of the week

“Could I take this opportunity to ask if Sinn Féin now supports the location of an incinerator in Cork? -Letter […]

Rule 42

There’s been a lot of talk here about Rule 42 and whether or not the GAA should let rugby and […]

Serenity prequel comic

While you are waiting for September and the film release (later if you’re this side of the Atlantic) you might […]

GBrowser on its way

Looks like Google really is out to take over the world. First by search engine, then by email, then getting […]

One more quiz before I go on lunch:

You are Dream! Many people see you as living inyour own little world. Though you would nevertry to harm someone […]