Monthly Archives: December 2010

One way ticket

The entire financial world now recognizes that Ireland has been operating with smoke and mirrors for some time.  They also realize that the “Celtic Tiger” was actually an Irish version of a New York Madison Avenue advertising campaign. As one … Continue reading

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Tiberius and Brownie …or Brownie’s Day Off

  While the master of Tiberius and Brownie was away soaking up the sun, Mary and I were assigned “looking after the cats” duty.   Brownie is the female and is actually a black cat but the master calls her Brownie … Continue reading

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The Watch “Quackers” of Clonegal

They are like the master’s watch dogs announcing the arrival of unwanted guests. Clonegal is a Switzerland like village in the southeast of County Carlow, Ireland.  The Irish name for it is Cluain na nGall, meaning “meadow of the foreigners”.  … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Today I decided to join the millions of people who call themselves bloggers. Here goes it.

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