The tension is building

And hopefully once half five rolls around there’ll be no thought of politics or history, just rugby, and a win for us. B#5 seems to have found himself a ticket, he is still at school so he gets to go for a tenner! A tenner, when some people are paying well over a grand for a ticket.

Was home early on Friday, on account of working through lunch a few days, and as I wandered through town I took a couple of snaps with the camera, I’ll se about sticking them up on flickr later today, but when I finally got home I caught a bit of discussion about the whole Croke Park/GSTQ controversy, and I have to say, the more I hear about it, the less I understand why people are so upset. As Gift Grub’s Denis would say, Move On.

But there is talk of a huge increase in security around Dublin today. I can’t see anything violent happening at the match. This is rugby after all, but around town? I dunno, if Sinn Féin’s protest[1] attracts the same crowd that had so much fun at the Love Ulster parade, then who knows what’ll happen.

Exciting times

Linknotes:

  1. boo hiss

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8 Responses

  1. anne says:

    Good luck then!

  2. Fence says:

    I'd wish you good luck against Wales, but you know I'd be lying ;)

  3. Alan says:

    I'm not talking about rugby today. Stupid game, never liked it.

  4. Fence says:

    Alan, commiserations but after the match I've just enjoyed, rugby is the best sport in the world evah!

  5. anne says:

    Like we even needed luck…

    Congrats!

    (Alan. Alan…)

  6. Fence says:

    Anne, erm, expect an English backlash? (is this what I'm reduced to, hoping that England win!)

  7. Fence says:

    Well, it is either England or Scotland. I'd prefer Scotland to do it, but (sorry again Alan) I can't see that happening. Can't see England doing it either though :(