Yet another pre-air show has escaped onto the wilds of d’internet. Isn’t modern technology a wonderful thing? Right, on with the recap. We open with Sam on his birthday. He is 21 today, but his parents seem a little off, … Continue reading
Yeah, so I’m a day early, but I won’t be here tomorrow. So instead we are going to pretend that tomorrow is today. Which of course means only one thing. Rugby! Oh and some parades and stuff. There are construction … Continue reading
14 March 2007
Cast: Andrew Airlie
Yesterday at work Bhí cúpla caíllíní ag suigh in front of the desk. Psychology students. And as they were studying they were chatting and got on to discussing suicide. Now I’ve always felt that suicide is something of a selfish … Continue reading
Well now, what to say about Saturday’s rugby? Do I use the old “a win is a win” cliché? Or the fact that Ireland won despite not really playing well is a sign of a good team? Or do I … Continue reading
My only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are grey! What a match. What a result. Role on Scotland and Italy. Super Saturday or what? The fun started before I went to bed on Friday when B#5 texted me … Continue reading
12 February 2007
Cast: Andrew Airlie
Hopefully BOD and Stringer will be back in two weeks for our match against England. Which we really really really have to win. But, horror or horrors, O’Gara has picked up an ankle injury. Eddie expects him to be fit … Continue reading
Gutted! Revisited. There is no denying that Croke Park is an impressive venue. I haven’t been there all that often. I don’t remember who was playing for my first visit, but I do remember being asked if anyone had asked … Continue reading
Well, obviously enough, with the weekend just gone my first topic of this post has to be… the role of the Catholic Church in the political life of Ireland.
Or maybe not.
Dear personages looking for images of Ronan O’Gara drunk please go here, or here, Blogarrah is the site to visit. Personally, if the man wants to go out and get drunk then I don’t really care. Although his wife may … Continue reading
Go on my son! Although I’m a little worried about Argentina maybe one of the Leinster boys can take out Contempomi in a “training accident” a little closer to the World Cup? Anyways, moving away from sport at the moment, … Continue reading