Tag Archives: letters to the papers

Jaysus!

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Talk about a blood injury I’d say he had to change his jersey and all before he came back on. And now for something somewhat different: A Chara, – How ironic that in the week when we finally have had to accept that we are killing the planet with our over-use of energy, the main cause for celebration should be

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A knowledge of history is important

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I’m referring to a letter I saw in the Sunday Times (I think) about London’s reaction to the bombings. I can’t find it online, so I’m forced to rely on my memory, but the gist of it was that this bombing will not work. That other countries have tried to take over England; The Romans, the Vikings, the French, the Germans and the Irish. Tried and failed.

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Well tis Imbolc time

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Also known as the beginning of Spring, or, here in Ireland St. Brigid’s Day. Mind you I haven’t even seen a hint of the crosses… There is a phrase here in Ireland “there was no sex before the Late,Late”. The Late Late is a TV chat show, that has been running for many a year (It is the world’s longest

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Letter to the Indy

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The letter scroll down to find, or just browse them all: “Sir: Mr Blair has been completely vindicated by the Hutton report. He is not a liar. He has himself consistently maintained that he believed, and still believes, the uncorroborated and flimsy intelligence that came before him from our own intelligence service, and the information fed to him by Mr

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