THAT IS THE WAY TO DO IT!
June 2nd, 2010
THAT IS THE WAY TO DO IT!
November 25th, 2009
June 30th, 2009
Wild Dogs @ 07:50 pm
Current Mood: bouncy
Heh this is cool :)
June 2nd, 2009
Whats your Police Station like? @ 12:16 am
Current Location: house
Current Mood: productive
Current Music: Dont Stop Belivin'
Have been thinking...
Whats your Police station like?
Is it the wee typical local station with a wee wall round it or is it like NI with high 30ft so fences with barbed wire at the top?
A typical PSNI station....
Whats your station like and well what do you think of Northern Ireland's Police Stations?
May 28th, 2009
Crazy Cow @ 01:17 am
Current Location: home
Current Mood: creative
Current Music: Crazy Cow
I think i have found one of my most random fav videos!
May 25th, 2009
Best Guinness Advert @ 10:15 pm
Current Location: Home
Current Mood: giggly
Current Music: Flogging Molly
Which is your fav Guinness Advert?
My personal fav Guinness Advert is the first link which is the dancing man :)
i think the best Guinness Advert has to be the Dancing Man from 1995
and well also the Rhythm of Life - Evolution
but there is also the men and the horses
and of course the domino effect
April 6th, 2009
My Memories from Dunfanaghy Stables 2008! @ 11:08 pm
I have some good memories from my summer!
December 10th, 2008
Derry or LondonDerry? @ 06:11 pm
Current Location: DERRY!
Current Mood: annoyed
Derry or LondonDerry that is the question!!
The name of the city and county of Derry or Londonderry in Northern Ireland is the subject of a naming dispute between nationalists (mostly Roman Catholic) and unionists (mostly Protestant). Generally, although not always, one will find nationalists calling the city and county Derry, and unionists referring to it as Londonderry.
Derry (more specifically, Doire/Derry), whilst across the border it is written as Londonderry. It is not uncommon to see vandalized road signs—the "London" part of the name spray-painted over on "Londonderry" road signs by nationalists (and often amended by unionists), or occasionally "London" added to "Derry" signs by unionists.
The debate became particularly politicized at the outset of the Troubles, with the mention of either name used to associate with one of Northern Ireland's two main communities. Unionist politicians, especially, would rarely, if ever, let themselves be heard referring to the city as "Derry".And so i ask what do you think that it should be called? Derry or LondonDerry
so i want to know what you think? as this is part of the problems with Northern Ireland in my opinion i would want Northern to be part of Ireland! and with so Derry be set to Derry and not LondonDerry
there has been many disagreements of what the city should be called and so also was one of the main citys involved in the Troubles of NI
as quoted from a woman who has lived in Derry for most of here life "where depending on whether you call your home Derry or Londonderry means you are making a political statement that could mean risking your life by uttering."
December 2nd, 2008
YAY! @ 02:21 pm
It's nearly Christmas! :)
November 19th, 2008
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