Posted by An Preachan on September 15, 2003 at 03:15:37:
In Reply to: Re: .Re: Nine Irish Convicts posted by Lorelei on September 14, 2003 at 12:16:41:
Ah sure isn't that the truth Lorilie, 'An Seabac' does get caried a away a bit at times, it's the updrafts you see, and sure who'd want his job trying to keep out the nicks and the nacks. A thankless position if you were to ask me. Any way i'm sent down (for a few pence) when things get a little rough and smooth out differences. Recently we had two remberences, one For Dan Callaghan, and one for Paddy gannon,Here on the Nostalgia Board, so this is a very serious 'Board', and as such requires protection. We do like to have a bit o' craic, and lots of fun but beneath our levity there is a deadly earnestness. After four years of inspired contributions there is enough documentation to warrent our cause. I would like to thank you for reminding me of a great book I once read and would enjoy reading again. "The experiences of an Irish R.M.' by Ross and Summervill". As I know 'An seabhac' will be asking what does a ' British Magistrate' really SOUND like, after all you could'nt be that old. In any event have a safe trip across the river,Caw Caw.