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They whispered in dark corners and went out late at night and conspired and conspired but the emperor Claudius knew they were up to something.
It matters what we journalists do. If I didn’t think my work made a difference, I’d probably give it up
“Gravity is a cruel and unpredictable mistress, so…” “No it isn’t, it’s a constant all over the world.”
Went to see Veronica Guerin last week. It a film based on the true story of Veronica Guerin, a journalist with the Irish Independent who was [...]
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But of her herb knowledge I wanted none; it is one thing for a pastor’s wife to have such learning and another thing again for a widow woman of my sort.Geraldine Brooks - Year of wonders -pg.38
this is just a few what I have seen lately
I’M A GUMMY BEAR, YES I’M A GUMMY BEAR, I’M A YUMMY TUMMY LUCKY FUNNY GUMMY BEAR.
oh hell no
This book deals with the Dialect of the English Language that is spoken in Ireland. As the Life of a people—according to our motto—is pictured in their speech, our picture ought to be a good one, for two languages were concerned in it—Irish and English. … Here for the first time—in this little volume of mine—our Anglo-Irish Dialect is subjected to detailed analysis and systematic classification. P.W. Joyce’s 1910 work, “English as We Speak it in Ireland,” is a fascinating chronicle of a language’s life, and no mistake.THE LIFE OF A PEOPLE IS PICTURED IN THEIR SPEECH. | MetaFilter
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