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Apache Indian

Apache Indian

Year: 1993

Label: Island

Charity Shop: Oxfam Botanic

Price: 50p

Vinyl: Black 7″

Condition: Solid qualitay nuff respect

Worth it?

Guilty! I knew this one but hadn’t heard it in so long I couldn’t resist purchasing it. 328 more words

Electronic

Belfast, Northern Ireland

“I kissed my girl, by the factory wall. Dirty old town.”

Those lines were in reference to Manchester, England, but nowhere in the UK today do they more describe the miasma of a place than in Belfast, the shade of working class poverty visible on acne-spotted pasty white faces, in the fast-food gastronomy, the obesity, and the simmering resentment and tit-for-tat injuries and insults between the Unionist and Nationalist working classes. 409 more words

Ireland

Keep 'Er Lit

Street art on Unity Walk (between North Street and Kent Street) by NOTA (“none of the above” – his web site appears to have disappeared and there’s nothing for TMN – The Most Nasty) showing a US flag in flames. 25 more words

Belfast

Israeli War Criminals

Commentary on the current situation in Gaza, in the Clonard area of west Belfast. This has already been removed.

Previously: Where Is The World?26 more words

Belfast

Northern Ireland’s most (un)wanted

by Jayne Olorunda

Northern Ireland’s capital, Belfast has had many songs written about it. The lyrics of one Belfast song resonates in my ear as I think of the reputation the city now has. 2,016 more words

Racism

Comment: Proud of Belfast Pride

Scott De Buitléir writes from Belfast about its LGBT community sticking together, despite the bad weather

Taking a break from the weekend’s to-do list, I found myself wandering around central Belfast on an overcast and heavy Sunday afternoon with a friend. 586 more words

LGBT

30 Days and Counting...

Greetings friends!

I wanted to give you an update on my progress as I prepare for my quickly approaching Ireland adventure!  I am excited about the prayers God is answering each day!   561 more words

Belfast