the mccain smile reminds me of the tom cat who got the cream, i saw him look at palin , of course cream will go sour after a few day,s
Added by tony paxton on September 9, 2008 at 11:52 —
How to find music locally in the states and elsewhere.
First go to http://www.myspace.com
Click on the Music section.
In there click on the Shows section.
Now enter your zip code, and change the What from Any Genre to Celtic.
Then click Submit.
It works for Ireland also.
Added by Charlie on September 5, 2008 at 19:00 —
Today is my last day at work. Tomorrow evening I am leaving on Iceland Air for 14 days in Ireland and the UK with a day long stopover in Iceland. I will spend two days in London before heading to Cork and Dublin. I finish my trip in Durham and London before flying ghome on Iceland Air on th 17th. Stay tune for my exciting adventures...
Added by Dennis Donovan on September 2, 2008 at 14:34 —
Here is the Bride poem I was going to write. It came today while trying to write something else. Go figure.
I hope you enjoy,
Telling of The Bride
I tried to write a poem, of a Bride dressed in white
To describe her beauty,
But nothing was right
I wanted it to be from the groom’s point of view,
But no words came to mind
For how she lights up the… Continue
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 29, 2008 at 21:38 —
Added by Ronnie on August 28, 2008 at 23:00 —
Turns out I didn't pass the FE. Not surprised, but disappointed. Not surprised because, well, I didn't go to engineering school for six years before taking it. Disappointed because, well, I'd have been able to quit this place and go work at Townsend and d what I really like, which is study technology and law. Aw, crappers, indeed. Guess I'm going to have to go about this another way. SO... I'm going to start a B.S. degree program to run concurrently with law school. The B.S. will be in… Continue
Added by Ronnie on August 28, 2008 at 22:34 —
I was working on a poem about how beautiful a bride is as she walks down the ailse. Written from the perspective of the groom as he watches her entering the room and coming toward him.
However, it took a BIG change in direction. I'm thinking this one over before I post it. I know some people come here to read my poems, and I'm not sure if I want to share this one ... yet. I'm giving it a bit of thought. Like many of my other poems, it came rushing out when I started… Continue
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 24, 2008 at 7:30 —
Dad and I representing Co. Antrim (he's from Belfast) in the Festival's "Parade of Counties"
Papa with his Antrim Sign and his two granddaughers, Adianna (l) and Antonia (r)
My neice, Adiana, in celebration mode
Brother, Kevin, Mom (Co. Galway) and a long-time… Continue
Added by James Doyle on August 22, 2008 at 18:00 —
liveIreland listener Donal in Canada demos liveIreland Radio on the new Iphone 3G. Send us your video snippets listening to LI by joining liveIreland and use the video uploader service. Nokia have also announced that liveIreland is now feeding full track listing and graphics on all new Nokia N95 / 6… Continue
Added by Daithi Locha on August 22, 2008 at 12:30 —
This is a poem I have been thinking about today.
I hope you enjoy it.
Judge Me Not
Judge me not for what I am,
But who I am inside
Love me for who I am
I have nothing to hide
Think not bad thoughts, or wish upon me
Things I can not bare
But Look within my heart and soul
And see who I am in there
I am a Mother and a friend
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 21, 2008 at 22:26 —
Mike and I played at THE BIG HURRAH, our very first Folk Arts Council summer music festival. The festival started August 18th and runs until the 22nd. Check out our website at www.bsgfolkart.com
for all the events. Last night was an evening of Ballads, Stories and other Lies by the Second Stage Players (Diane Dolye, Donny Dunphy, Chris, Tom Doyle and Cal McNiven).… Continue
Added by Jill (mandogrl) on August 20, 2008 at 16:30 —
((This is something that I found on an older Irish webpage written by John J. O'Callaghan ))
Reason Why Gaelic Should Be Adopted as the National Language
Reasons why English is so hard to learn & why we should adopt Gaelic as our national language:
1) The bandage was wound around the wound.
2) The farm was used to produce produce.
3) The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse.
4) We must polish the Polish… Continue
Added by JoanMarie on August 19, 2008 at 17:40 —
I've been inspired to write again. This is something I started yesterday and finished today. It sort of took a turn along the way as I was writting it and now the name I originally had in mind doesn't seem right. So this one will be un-named, until it reveals itself to me.
I hope you enjoy it,
I found something I can not have
Beautiful, lovely, and true
I found something I can… Continue
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 19, 2008 at 0:50 —
It was sad to learn today of Ronnie Drew's passing on Saturday. I found out from someone in the chat room during Klara McDonnell's show.
It was also mentioned that there's some Ronnie Drew and Dubliners videos on YouTube, and that made me think of the documentary From Clare to Here with Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill that I'd seen there a while ago. So I decided if it wasn't already here at LI, it should be. It's in five parts, with a total running time probably a bit over 40… Continue
Added by MobyD on August 18, 2008 at 23:38 —
Okay, okay, these things pile up. In the middle of last month's writing assignments for The Chicago Irish-American News, LiveIreland.com, Irish Music Magazine, the Public Radio show with my co-star and brilliant music interpreter, Shay Clarke, these things pile up. Last month, we told you about a single album. The unequalled, Beal Tuinne. Did you get your copy yet? So, when you get 500 albums sent to you every year, guess what happens? They pile up. Brace yourself, Bridgid, here they all come… Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on August 18, 2008 at 19:00 —
A little somthing I wrote for someone special. It's not that good, but I thought I would share it anyway. I may even show it to them one day.
I hope you like it,
Dreaming of You
I awoke to the moon and thoughts of you,
Flooding my room and dreams
They both shine brightly within me
Hearing your voice I tremble
Yet find a clam
That eases me
I look forward… Continue
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 16, 2008 at 5:51 —
I hadn't planned on doing anything so tourist-y, but we couldn't get to Kinsale and we found ourselves in Blarney--or rather, in a B&B looking out over Blarney town--and the next morning it just made sense to stop and see one of the most famous sites in Ireland. And since there was practically no line when we got to the top of the ruins....The things I remember most of that place was hearing the church bells peal out over the town (Lady's Day in Harvest time, after all) and the fairytale… Continue
Added by Cathy Jo on August 15, 2008 at 15:16 —
This is a recipe from Joanne Fluke's mystery "Sugar Cookie Murder"
Irish Roast Beast
Grease or spray inside of 4 quart slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray OR Preheat oven to 325, rack in middle
16 ounce can whole berry cranberry sauce
6 ounce can tomato sauce (I used 8 cuz I couldn't find 6)
12 ounce bottle of stout beer (Guinness Stout, what else?)
2 tsp rosemary (I used fresh off the stalk)
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp sage
1 tsp sweet basil (I… Continue
Added by Dabhoch on August 13, 2008 at 17:00 —
Well, we don't have it recorded yet, but I wanted to share it with you anyway. Here is the song Tammy and I wrote together. We are still working out the tune a little, but it is starting to sound really good. I hope you enjoy the lyrics.
It's another day with the sun sinking low
It's another night that you don't have a place to go
Well baby I could always make you smile
So come and stay with me awhile
Friendship was the… Continue
Added by Daeoin Arlson on August 13, 2008 at 9:12 —
Dear friends on LiveIreland,
I'm sorry i haven't been giving news lately and i'm so glad and chuffed that you still remember me... I hope you are all well and kicking ! Things are ok here in the south of the world, except for an economical crisis which forces us to work and work and work to make both ends meet. I began saving all 2000 pesos pounds and all 500 pesos coins months and months ago and i'm happy to say i'll cross the pond to UK and Ireland in october next to hear my… Continue
Added by Evolaine on August 8, 2008 at 14:17 —