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Patterns Patterns Patterns and More

I just returned from a visit to Denmark to see my family and I also had the opportunity to see many different attractions, such as The Round Tower and Our Church of Saviour in Copenhagen. 393 more words

Scarf

Sleep and sunshine

Sleep and sunshine are beautiful things. I got both yesterday. Today I’m not so lucky. I’m OK in the sleep department, but it is raining again.  503 more words

My Trip To Ireland

A Tribute to Boredom

The ’70s in England was a great time to be bored.

There were only three telly channels and they finished at midnight with the National Anthem and the Test Card. 450 more words

Humour

Dublin: Guinness and...more Guinness

A group of six Australians walk into a pub in Dublin. They are exhausted, sore, hungry.
“Can I get you anything?” asks the bartender.
“Yes. Six Guinesses please.” 

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2014 Exchange

On the Trail of the Bog People. #Ireland

Seamus Heaney was a great intellectual thinker. He still is. Though often described as akin to a great oak in the forest that is Irish contemporary literature, it is when you read his prose that the inner workings of his mind are revealed. 196 more words

Opinion

Oh Look a Post, or, The Rocky Road to Dublin

As was pointed out to me earlier today by one of the few people who actually reads this, and probably only does so out of familial affiliation, I have not posted in a while. 1,362 more words

Red Sonja 7

Today, Shelby and Patrick are discussing Red Sonja 7, originally released February 19th, 2014.

Shelby: I’m going to be real with you guys for a second. 1,460 more words

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