Tag Archives: Ireland


Savita Halappanavar

. It has been a long time since I’ve written anything on this blog that wasn’t a book or film review. I’ve been mainly sti [...]

Rated PG for fantasy action/violence involving scary images and situations, and for a smoking caterpillar.

I have a dilemma. See I find it very hard to support Wales in rugby. But this weekend they are playing France. And I really want France to l [...]

this is going to be the most significant televisual event since Quantum Leap

My weekend; terrible rugby. No Grand Slam this year for us. But the telly watching was good, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, you need to watch i [...]

sufficient for a specific requirement

So weekend one of this year's Six Nations is over and done with, verdicts all in? For the most part I think that the winning teams don't hav [...]

Springtime in paris

I know you are all trés excited about this weekend. And any number of future weekends. Yes, that's right by fellow rugby fans, the Six Nati [...]

Yes! We’re all individuals!

And so, of course, we are all entitled to our own points of view. But[1] sometimes don’t you think it’d be easier if we all thou [...]

Minnows V muppets

Or so one of the papers put it. All I can say is OMFG! 2-1. Two-one!? First of all, we only managed to score two goals! and second of all we [...]

A collection of odments

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 politi [...]


The ramblings of someone you’d find by themselves in a hospital eating flies

Was looking through the Times Literary Review earlier today at work and came across a review of The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin, edited by [...]
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