A Dallas flight [middle pic] was scheduled at 7:35am in Dublin Airport this morning. On Tuesday , Texas set a US state record with 10,000 new COVID-19 cases. Of the 23 new cases confirmed today here, 15 were travel related. American Airlines have confirmed that from today there’ll be three weekly flights from Dallas – Dublin (see above)…
I Did not know what to make of this, when I first heard it. His name, the song title and the lush strings really grated on my nerves. Just didn’t get it. The more I heard of him the more I liked his take on everything. Happy to now say I’m a huge fan of all Mr Tillman’s work, and I think I can see where he’s coming from….
I’ve always had an aversion to C+W music…probably because I’m rooted in Punk/Ska and my father used to be into it, would always have it’s whiney twangy assault on in the car or the living room and I hated him for all sorts of (resolved) reasons I’m not going to get into her, but you get the picture.
I also had mates at that time who would frequently nod appreciation for Johnny Cash (but only really because they believed it was a tosser nerdy NME subscriber badge wearer thing to do) but as it happens into my 30’s I mellowed to JC and at certain moments I’ll throw him on the deck (only JC mind no other C+W whine allowed!) I want thissong played at my funeral.
Setting up my new home working station. The Govt wants remote working to become part of the new normal. If done right, the benefits will be huge; reduced business costs, better work-life balance especially for parents, less traffic, lower emissions & time saved on the commute. pic.twitter.com/REdA78d1Hd
Unacceptable that @opwireland should reverse decision on #PhoenixPark gates without consultation & only now offering to consult after reopening the gates!
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Bringing #Ireland‘s History to Life 🇮🇪 🇫🇷🏊♀️
My restored and colourised 1964 photo featuring the Martello Tower at Seapoint in #Dublin. The tower was one of a series of towers and batteries built between Bray and Balbriggan in 1804–1805 to repel a threatened French invasion.#Eirepic.twitter.com/PVLqE3Kgxx
A press conference announcing Minister of Finance Paschal Donohoe’s election as President of the Eurogroup of Finance Ministers with Mr Donohoe flanked by Taoiseach Micheál Martin (right) and Tanaiste Leo Varadkar (left).
It’s remarkable where a bit of social networking can get you…
The immediate significance of Paschal Donohoe’s (Irish Finance Minister) elevation to the Presidency of the Eurogroup? Death knell to any thoughts of corporate tax harmonisation in the Eurozone and the EU. In short, business as usual at a time we cannot afford business as usual