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  1. [quote name='jbarnych wrote: mummy']I was watching an Irish review of it on the telly the other night. It got slated for the following reasons: - It wasn't very funny - It was very repitious - It begged a reason for making it, given that the book was a flop. Any of you seen it to give an opinion on it? I wish I could say that I was going to see it, but unfortunately, it seems it will not be released in the US. Boo!! It's out here tomorrow... I guess we'll both just have to wait for Zhivvy's "review". I doubt it will be biased!
  2. I was watching an Irish review of it on the telly the other night. It got slated for the following reasons: - It wasn't very funny - It was very repitious - It begged a reason for making it, given that the book was a flop. Any of you seen it to give an opinion on it?
  3. Hi Jojes, According the Aljazeera, the radiation levels have reached more than 4,385 times the legal limit: http://english.aljazeera..../20113304449336317.html#
  4. They are all up on a hill in Libertad doing some sort of seance.
  5. Obama’s Libya speech answers some questions, but concerns remain By Scott Wilson, Tuesday, March 29, 2:30 PM President Obama appears to have answered some of the questions about his decision to intervene in Libya’s civil conflict in his speech Monday evening, but concerns remain among critics about how long the United States will be engaged in a third war and whom precisely the administration is supporting. Obama received mostly high marks for his address at the National Defense University, his first televised speech on Libya since he authorized military operations there 10 days ag
  6. 600 people working around the clock in shifts.... who knows how long they will need to continue working at the plant(s). It's obvious we are not being told enough. 19 of the workers have received high doses of radiation. According to one worker, the operation is not going according to plan. Just as an FYI: The US has just under double the number of power plants than it's nearest rival with 104 plants. France is the closest to this number with 58. Japan has 54. Russia has 37. Uranium is mined in only a handful of countries, including Kazakhstan, Canada, and Australia. Expe
  7. THE ROVING EYE There's no business like war business By Pepe Escobar To follow Pepe's articles on the Great Arab Revolt, please click here. Lies, hypocrisy and hidden agendas. This is what United States President Barack Obama did not dwell on when explaining his Libya doctrine to America and the world. The mind boggles with so many black holes engulfing this splendid little war that is not a war (a "time-limited, scope-limited military action", as per the White House) - compounded with the inability of progressive thinking to condemn, at the same time, the ruthlessness of the Muam
  8. Do you think you might raise more money if it wasn't a collection for Bono's Birthday? I mean Bono's birthday might be a big deal to some people, including the man himself, but when you look at the logo it looks like the charity is building a well FOR Bono's birthday, as opposed to building a well for the African folk in Benin who need clean flowing water. I personally wouldn't donate money to a rich dude and his birthday. I definitely would donate money for folk who are less fortunate than me and have no clean water. So, for that reason, I'm out.
  9. LOL Babs, You got a point! I wouldn't mind some ... well, if I could have them at 3pm, I'd be sorted!
  10. [quote name='barbara1 wrote: mummy wrote: U2LAWoman']Do Irish people eat churros or donuts?! Wait..I think I know that answer already, because whenever I go to Disneyland I see Irish people eating them on the way to "It's a Small World." I have no idea what churros are. Donuts? Well EVERYONE loves donuts. You seem to know more about Irish people than me. I didn't even know Irish people went to Disneyland! really??? churros are the spanish version of donnuts. fried, curly and delicious!! in spain they have them for breakfast with sugar or chocolate-paste.
  11. [quote name='U2LAWoman wrote: mummy wrote: U2LAWoman']Hmm......I thought only mexicans got drunk at wakes and funerals!! Irish and Mexicans must have a lot in common! lol The only difference between a wedding and a funeral in Ireland is that there is one less at a funeral to enjoy the drink! Do Irish people eat churros or donuts?! Wait..I think I know that answer already, because whenever I go to Disneyland I see Irish people eating them on the way to "It's a Small World." I have no idea what churros are. Donuts? Well EVERYONE loves donuts.
  12. If this is true, it's disgusting: A distraught Libyan woman has told journalists in Tripoli how she was raped by government troops, before being bundled away by officials. Iman al-Obeidi sought out foreign reporters in the capital's Rixos hotel on Saturday morning, weeping and claiming that troops had detained her at a checkpoint, tied her up, abused her and then led her away to be gang-raped. As al-Obeidi spoke she was tackled by hotel staff and government minders dragged her out of the hotel. Her story could not be independently verified, but the incident is being reported as
  13. I totally forgot it was memory's day! Another reason we need a day for memory! :-)
  14. You know, fighting for peace is like f*cking for virginity.
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