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Thursday, July 20, 2006 

On the rewards of taking screen-caps

Sicilian Notes early this morning:



Sicilian Notes by lunchtime:




We must say, we're sorely disappointed in Mr. Waghorne's seeming retreat from fanning the flames of bigotry, which is most out of character. We had looked forward to further insights in the same vein of reasoning from this Research Fellow of the UCD School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe). Alas, we can only guess at the wasted future treats:

Murdered by the United States (Abu Ghraib)



Murdered by the Roman Catholic Church



Murdered by Free-market Economics (the Irish Great Famine)



Murdered by Classical civilization



Murdered by Judaism (Qana massacre, 1996)



Murdered by Joe Lieberman, Harry's Place, the "Freedom Institute" etc. (taxi driver shot dead by US forces, Iraq)



p.s. We're vastly amused at someone who routinely posts on the uselessness of Gaelic as a modern language - yet double-jobs as a Latin enthusiast.

"Libel"-Richard Waghorne
"Attack blog"-Damien Mulley

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