Do you mean their original yesterday 'NO' vote on the EU?
Very nice. I've nicked it & sent it to some Irish friends. I hope you don't mind.OT I thought you might like this cartoon posted by a lad in Tasmania http://thorfinnsreview.blogspot.com/2011/03/global-warming.html (I think you'll have to cut & paste as I've not mastered the art of linking)His older brother Alfred has ruffled some feathers it would seem http://alfredsreview.blogspot.com/2011/03/learning-impact-of-climate-change.htmlNow I must go and find some Guinness with which to be toasting the memory of the good saint.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all genuine Irish people - not the faux versions that infest parts of Scotland.Give Ireland back to the British!http://www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/devs-hopeless-drive-towards-an-impossible-idyll-ruined-the-people-2577437.html
Any meaning you wish to take from it Clarinda. Yesterday can be any day prior to today such as 'yesterday's man'. He must have existed prior to the day before today surely.Is that Irish enough for you? ;)
Help yourself Tcheuchter. Thanks for the links too. Good ones.
The Irish I know here are all genuine William but their heads are seldom in the clouds thankfully.
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