Back to work, back to normal....

Back to work, back to normal....

Current read #dear #data #book #blog

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Random itunes

You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your iPod, phone, iTunes, media player, etc, and write down the first 20 songs. [Then pass this on to 10 people.]

So on the 10 June 2014 this was my playlist

01. Where Do We Stand? - We Should Be Dead
02. Mr. Green Genes - Frank Zappa
03. Cosmic Rays - Charlie Parker
04. The Boys Of Ballinahinch - The Castle/ Micho Russell's Jimmy Murray, Jimmy Murphy & Peter Horan Trad. Music At Matt Molloy's
05. Things Ain't Like They Used To Be - The Black Keys
06. Emerald - Thin Lizzy
07. Only Time Will Tell - Etta James
08. Tomorrow Comes Today - Gorillaz
09. Ashes To Ashes - David Bowie
10. Daydream And Saunter - Kathryn Williams
11. I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone
12. Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
13. One Day In Your Life - Michael Jackson
14. Lilith - Jean-Louis Murat
15. Zigo - Les TĂȘtes Raides
16. Satan's Theme - The Rondell's Rockabilly From Hell
17. Law Of The…

City ramble #blog

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MOIST  ( Circa 14/05/2015 )
Oh sweaty purple polyp It is time to be rejoiced I have a full hoist Of oysterly oyster So moist Moist, moist, moist What a foist This has to be voiced Not even the salmon fishers moist With their dribbling boat could hoist Everybody like to be moist So again let’s foist And expectorate a fully voiced We can grow more moist Our sluggish eyes can feast On the mucilaginous beast Humid, putrid, Dampish, crunchy and wet Yes, bring us more sweat We have our towel Smear those damp cloth fouled Let the towel growl And howl I hear the screeching owl Beginning to rejoice Moist, moist, moist

Alternative facts, harcourt street and train wreck....

I have a postcard of the above picture on my wall, when my girlfriend first saw it, she declared: "Oh this is the famous train crash in Dublin, Harcourt street"
No it is not, in the photograph you can read 'Gare de l'Ouest', and this train crash happened in 1985 in Paris, France.
There was indeed a train crash in Dublin, in 1900. And this is the picture:

12 years

12 years ago I landed in Ireland.