21 Apr 19
Angora Chronicles

It was brought to my attention some time ago that in the Smithwick Cemetery there are the graves of 6 children that died during a very short period of time. They all died within 4 years. I found several oddities about this. If they had all died at the same time, perhaps the plague or […]

20 Apr 19

Britain Is Ranked 33rd on a Global List of Press Freedom By Dr. Leon Tressell Global Research, April 18, 2019 Britain is one of the worst countries in Western Europe for freedom of the press according to a global study by advocacy group Reporters Without Borders (RWF). Britain is ranked 33rd out of 180 countries. RWF pointed to a […]

19 Apr 19

Stop there. If you are not careful, you will lose your life to ‘if only’. You cannot go back and change a single moment. A bit of a backstory first and then I’ll get to the real point of this post, my first ever joint blog post and my first ever proper book review. The […]

19 Apr 19

Our trip to Ireland in September was our first big international trip as a couple (outside of MX and CA). We received a Scott’s Cheap Flight notice about Aer Lingus flying direct from Seattle and we had to snatch it up. Ireland wasn’t necessarily on our top 5 list of places to travel but we […]

18 Apr 19
Russia News Now

Donate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is seen in a police van after was arrested by British police outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Britain on April 11, 2019. (Henry Nicholls/Reuters) Written by Dr. Leon Tressell exclusively for SouthFront Britain is one of the worst countries in Western Europe for freedom of the press according to […]

18 Apr 19
Basic Beer

Beer: Smitwicks Red Ale Purchased: Centra, Rathmines, Dublin Price: I can’t remember I was in a rush and used PayPass Beer Style: Red Ale ABV: 3.8% You could argue this is a local beer, but in reality, whilst it cost a fortune in Dan Murphy’s when I was in Australia and I assumed it was […]

17 Apr 19
Eagle News Online

The fortune of family My Aunt Mina, my Dad’s sister, Philomena, took me with her when I was abut 10 to the college graduation of my second cousin Vincent Calo. I had no idea who Vincent Calo was, but was dazzled by the idea that my aunt wanted me to go with her, that she […]

17 Apr 19
Eirball | Irish Basketball Archive

IBBA National Basketball League 1979-80   P W L PF PA Pts St. Vincent’s Killarney 18 16 2     32 Blue Demons 18 14 4     28 Marian 18 13 5     26 Killester 18 11 7     22 Tralee Celtics 18 10 8     20 St. Vincent’s Glasnevin 18 […]

16 Apr 19
The Treason Felony Blog

The modern tactic of hunger-striking was largely devised by the suffragette movement in 1909. As a tactic it attempted to capture people’s imagination and, it was hoped, awaken an interest in the political issues at hand. By doing so it attempted to mobilise public opinion against the authorities. The suffragettes used hunger strikers in prisons […]

15 Apr 19
Jim Murty’s TravelTravelTravel

I belong to Glasgow Dear Old Glasgow toon And there’s nothing the matter with Glasgow Even if you’re ball ain’t roon, Murty’s take on the auld Glasgow music hall song. Growing up just a Johnny Sexton (or back then more a Mike Gibson) kick over the stream (or burn, as we call them in Scotland) […]

15 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

The Guinness producer has announced that it will suspend plastic beer packaging in favor of recyclable and biodegradable paperboard. Plastic ring carriers and shrink wrap are removed from the multipacks of all Diageo beer products – including Irish Guinness, Warehousing Harp and Rockshore, and the red Ale Smithwick's. The new packaging, part of a € […]

14 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Plastic can holders and shrink wrapping are to be removed from the multipacks of Guinness, whose owner Diageo announced on Monday. Diageo imports plastic packaging from the multipacks of Guinness, Harp, Rockshore and Smithwick beers and replaces them with 100% recyclable and biodegradable carton packs. The new packaging will be on shelves in Ireland in […]

14 Apr 19
History Present

We had so much fun visiting Europe last year that we decided to book another Globus tour this year. This time we booked the Irish Escape, a 7-day tour of the Republic of Ireland that begins and ends in Dublin. Globus Escapes are a great introductory tour that visits many of the highlights associated with […]

14 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Image copyright Diageo Caption image Multipacks from Guinness now come in a cardboard box Beverage giant Diageo has announced that it is removing plastic from multipacks from its Irish tough brand Guinness. Plastic ring carriers and shrink-wrap are also being removed from the Harp, Rockshore and Smithwick & # 39; s packs as part of […]