I have just returned from a few days in Manchester and I have been amazed at the way things are over there. Social distancing and mask wearing seem to be a thing of the past. You can walk into a pub or a restaurant or a shop without fear of […]
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Historic Boyle Part 6
We are in the centre of Boyle now at the historic crossroads, to our right is Green Street leading up to the Curlews and the road took by poor old Conyers Clifford in 1599 when he met his end along with a lot of his soldiers, Straight ahead is the […]
Irish Water, Fine Gael, Labour = Total Inadequacy
Well it was on March 10th this year when I started my protest against the Coalition’s new tax construct, Irish Water. It was then I parked my trusty old Land Cruiser over my stop cock and told GMC/Sierra, the contractor appointed by Irish Water to go from whence they came. […]
The People’s Voice Was Heard.
It was the morning of the 1st November 2014, my youngest son’s 21st birthday, but he was far away trying to earn his corn on some foreign field. I had just come back from South Africa, where for three weeks I and four friends had been following in the footsteps […]