Meanwhile, In Waterford


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On ‘Mount Misery’, above  Waterford railway station, in Waterford City.

Elizabeth writes:

There is a fantastic Repeal the Eighth mural overlooking Waterford City…

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37 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Waterford

      1. anyourpointiswhatexactly?

        I would hyphenate one-legged as well, just for completeness. Any more than three dots is a waste really, when using ellipses.

        1. Starina

          he should really put a comma after “African” and “one-legged” as well, as it’s a list of three descriptors.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      “A cue is (1) a signal prompting an event or action, especially in a performance; and (2) the long stick used to strike the cue ball in billiards and pool. The word also works as a verb meaning give a cue. A queue is (1) a line of people waiting for something, and (2) a hair braid worn down the back of the neck.”

          1. Harry Molloy

            and the Chinese lads had them as well. the Japanese made them cut them off when they invaded.

    2. Bob

      Why does coat guy get his own series on Broadsheet when Human’s satirical swipes at what insane rightwingers act like have to be relegated to comments? Give this guy his own page!

  1. human

    Cue, I guess…..
    Cue: anything said or done, on or off stage, that is followed by a specific line or action.
    Queue: to form in a line while waiting

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      It’s kind of a tough one to call. This is why I love the English language. Full of oddities.

    1. newsjustin

      If you spelled out “Repeal the 8th” with matchsticks on the still twitching body of a run-over dog, somebody would be delighted with it and send a photo of it to Broadsheet, where the consensus would be that it’s great and bold and needed to be said. Then someone would make a tea-shirt and tea cosy with the image on it to raise money for a campaign. Then the County Council would remove the dead dog and people would be up in arms about it.

  2. Mr. Camomile T

    Rocks should not be used as a political platform. Rocks are supposed to look good and be admired, not used as a platform for political opinion. Politics is divisive by nature and some spaces should be free of it, let’s leave the politics out of the rocks. God bless.

      1. Mr. Camomile T

        The rocks were there long before any of these left-wing “right-on” liberals were around, and the rocks should be left as they were.

  3. nellyb

    Background: Waterford Pro-life Rushmore was declined. Due to budget constraints (in Atlanta) and Bopp insisting on holster as part of her sculpted bust.

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