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12 March 2006

This week (4-17th March) is Seachtain na Gaeilge 2006, ach lasmuigh de Gift Grub’s Na bac leis na Buzzcock I haven’t seen any mention of it, not an ad on the telly or even ar an radió. However, there are events being held both here in Ireland, and internationally.

It’ll be interesting to see if the big brother-type show gets any interest. Personally the presence of Gavin Lambe-Murphy’d be enough to persuade me not to watch. Never did like his column in whatever newspaper it was/is. Dialann of an IT boy just isn’t my cupán tae.

In other news, nuair a bhí mé at the kino recently there was a trailer for Romance & Cigarettes, starring James Gandolfini, which looked very uninteresting and gruama epecially for a kinda comedy, which it seemed to be. But then, de satharn chonaic mé cláir Jonathan Ross, and he had a little bit about it. Turns out it is a musical. How did I miss that in the trailer? Of course, that’d be cause there was no ceol in the trailer, ar chor ar bith. I think the one I saw was an edited version of the one you can see here. Agus, tar éis Jonathan Ross, maybe I will go see it. Then again, maybe not.

Táim cinnte go rinne mé a lán botún san post sin, ach, is cuma liom. Thug mé iarracht ar rud. Agus, is leor sin.

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4 Responses

  1. NineMoons says:

    Maith an cailín! Tá vague recollections agam of ceol sa trailer sin. Ach níl aon smaoineamh agam freisin go bhfuil an scannán seo, scannán musical. Ach is scannán Cohen Dearthair é, so beidh mé ag dul é a feachaint anyway.

  2. Kelly says:

    What's with all the Irish? Are you trying to get me hot? =o)

  3. Conn says:

    Maith thú! Tá sé seo ar fheabhas ar fad. This is exactly the point I made at the blog awards on Saturday. Your "cúpla focal" is more effective than my "lán Gaeilge" – and you've tagged it Gaeilge which is cool. Is breá liom na dathanna chomh maith! ;-)

  4. Fence says:

    Go raibh maith agat, Conn. I'm sure there are a few mistakes in there, but it is the thought that counts.
    And most of the time my bearla has plenty of mistakes, so the Irish'll fit in there :)