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Castlebar, Co. Mayo
About Me:
I am a all rounder really. I enjoy radio/sports/getting out and staying active etc
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Love Irish music... but generally everything
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At 21:46 on December 23, 2011, Gerhard Cierpka said…

Hello Eimear, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year 2012.

Hope to hear you very often on Live Ireland !  Gerhard form Germany

At 8:02 on March 10, 2011, Michel Filion said…

Hi Eimar ! I'm proud to celebrate with you the St Pat'day here in Montreal. The St Pat's Parade here Is the moste ancient and one of the biggest in NorthAmerica. Surf in this web site for learning about:

Happy  St Pat,s Day Eimar. Thanks for accept my friendship.


At 22:33 on January 17, 2011, Dan said…
Great pics thanks for sharing them with us.
At 9:14pm on November 20, 2010, steffi wahnschaap gave Eimear McCormack a gift
At 11:59 on March 10, 2010, Gerard said…
Thanks for your thanks. I am your humble servant. :-))
At 6:12 on February 26, 2010, michael john croke said…
Dia Duit a Eimear ! thank u for the nice pic comment :) Éire is represented at the winter olympics!! women's bobsled team!!! have a great week end ! take care! Mike ;))
At 19:24 on February 24, 2010, Séamus ÓBraonáin said…
Eimear, I'm proud of your work in bringing Irish history (Kilmainham) to the forefront. I'm not at all surprised by some, mistaking your good work for an obsession. It seems that "modern Ireland" is a land without a past....or a past some would rather not remember. How many would know what happened in Kilmainham, from 1916 to 1940? I doubt if many Irish under 40 would know much,if anything. We once were poor, but proud and cultured. Then, we gave up our independence and neutrality for the nihilistic consumer culture. If Ireland does not find an answer to its present dilemma, it could end up with something to be really ashamed to be, namely: being, poor, ignorant and visionless.

They call me Irish; Ach, is Éirinnach Mé.

Beir Bua.
At 22:49 on February 22, 2010, David Boon said…
Just looked at your photos. Are all the prison photos of the prison at Wicklow? If so, I thought you might be interested to know that the first female convicts to come to Van Diemen's Land (on the 'Catherine' to Sydney, and then on the 'Kangaroo' to Hobart) in 1814, included Elinor Quinn/Ryder from Wicklow. I guess she may have spent time in the prison. Would love to know more about the prison as I and others are currently writing songs for the band my son is a member of (Daideo and the Blue Mosquitoes). These are all songs about the Irish in Tasmania.
At 4:56 on January 20, 2010, michael john croke said…
Greetings Eimear , thank u for being my friend ;) take care and have a great day !Mike ;))
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