Dewey Decimal Archive : 796.333
(I'm lazy, so all fiction goes under 800, non-fiction I try to be somewhat accurate but every system is open to interpretation if you ask me)
ISBN: 184018485X See also: Wikipedia on Mick Doyle ; Irish Examiner’s Obit I still do not know the exact point […]
Posted on 25 March 2007 | By Fence
ISBN: 1844880788 They say flying can do strange things to your mind, and an aeroplane is not the best place […]
Posted on 7 January 2007 | By Fence | 1 response
Sunday 29 May 2005, Schipol Airport, Amsterdam
I hated rugby once, you know. In first year at secondary school, we hauled our bags up to the top of St. Patrick’s Hill every Monday afternoon, to run around in the freezing muck.
I had hoped to enjoy this, but in the end it was a little meh. Maybe because I hadn’t seen any of the rugby from the Tour, Sky Sports keeping it all for their viewers. Or maybe because New Zealand were so dominant. Or maybe because I’m not a Woodward fan. Or maybe because the style of writing was only meh-worthy.