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Volume 4 Issue 7

July 2005

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The Snapper's Tour of Ireland

"As if to contrast the pastoral equine experience I'd just had and remind me that some things are universal despite any seemingly idyllic landmarks one might encounter, I next walked directly beneath the Yellow Steeple and was drinking in the historic beauty when I encountered a group of teenagers who were huddled behind it to do some drinking of their own. They were pounding down what appeared to be a full rack of 24 bottles of beer and one of them asked me in a sardonic Irish lilt if I liked the “Yellow Steeple.” I didn't want to seem uncool and stodgy so I said that it was alright I guessed and they responded with “It is only a bleeding pile of stones, Man!” True enough I supposed and muttered something about them being 14th century stones that had seen quite a bit of history."

The Snapper's Tour of Ireland - Part 3: Trim

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The Movie Man - Summer Trip 2005

Car Driven - 2005 Gold Chevy Caviler (rented at $179 a week)
Miles - 4162.2
Time - 18 days
States - 11 (Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado.)
Motel 6's - 3 (at
$37.99 per)
Total Cost
- $1162


Movie Man Summer Trip

 

Terridactyl on Travel


Yosemite


I went on a camping trip to Yosemite recently and found, that despite overcrowding and underfunding, our National Parks still have a lot to offer

Terridactyl 3



Brandi Carlile plays at Plush - Review

Local Toughs We've Known

The Flash in the Pan Hollow Man Movie Man

Crash

The Longest Yard

Mr and Mrs Smith

Other Hollow Man Reviews

 
Ask the Scotsman

What's this crap about an EU in the USA?

Bookwoman's Diary

Who is the Bookwoman?

July's Featured Books (Rerun)
*The Corrections
*The Making of the Atomic Bomb
*Strong Motion

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Millennial Snippets

* Happy the Void With Its Incremental Progress
* See Them Scurry to Avoid the Entropy
* The Baptism of the Chaotic
* The Horses Swim Ashore as the Boats Remain Becalmed
* A Cavalry on Foot
* No Progress Made
* Ambushed by Atrophy
* The Horse Latitudes Explained
* A Lone Rider
* The Horse Latitudes Reobfuscated
* Quantification of the Innumerable
* Qualification of the Indescribable
* Down a Rat-Hole

Take me in Boys!  I might just be ready for the whole
Manifesto

Future Features

Geraldo uncovers lost city of jackels 
Keep your hat on Jenny.
Giant panties found draped over donkey
Cell phone goes out during important call to doctor
Wankers and Tossers meet in finals
Girl grows up all of a sudden and puts on a few pounds
Local shop owner decides to sell hunks of plastic for cheap
Shagging found to be better than dragging
Algae eater eaten
Guano discovered in marmite jar

 

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