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The Funny Side of Silver Threading

Humor by nature, does not come especially easy to me. I am not one of those people who can entertain a roomful of guests with witty, absurd facts or stories. 185 more words


How The Pinball Machines Broke Down

This is, to the best of my ability to reconstruct, how the various pinball machines broke down during what proved to be Demolition Derby Night at the league. 692 more words


I Don't Understand 'Father Ted'

There’s a show everybody quotes in Ireland and Northern Ireland called “Father Ted.” People quote the show like people quote “Seinfeld” in the U.S. Everybody loves it. 98 more words

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Jimmy's Hall Review

With Director Ken Loach’s final film, we are invited into the life of Jimmy Gralton (Barry Ward), a comfortably curled communist and genuinely good bloke. Meant as a powerful ode to an Ireland of more turbulent times, Jimmy’s Hall is set in 1932: a decade after the Irish civil war and the seismic tremors of the newly independent Republic. 940 more words

Film Review

Irish political nonsense and Father Ted gifs....peas in a pod

Rain pours down outside, the sky is grey and strangely the front doorbell rings. This is a noise that signifies the arrival of someone who has never been to the house before, likely someone important. 759 more words


The Cittie of Yorke

Address: 22 High Holborn, WC1V 6BN

Nearest Station: Chancery Lane

Welcome: Good; Service: Good (SIT); Beer: Good; Toilets: Basic

Cost of two pints: … 491 more words