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Let it out.

This morning/afternoon

The Tánaiste said that “climate-shaming” of farmers should stop.

There was an increase in agriculture emissions last year, but decrease the year before, Mr Varadkar said.

“We’re determined to bring farmers and rural communities with us when it comes to making this change,” he said.

“What we now have is certainty for farmers. We have a climate plan. They know exactly what they have been asked to do,” he said.

Varadkar: ‘We have a duty to do our part’ on climate (RTÉ)

Previously: Breaking Wind


September 17, 1967.

Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett play the Arcadia ballroom in Cork city.

Paul McDermott writes:

The only gig in the country! “Full psychedelic lighting and effects”. The Arc gig was a few weeks after Piper at the Gates of Dawn [Pink Floyd’s first album] was released…

Played Ballymena [County Antrim] the night before. Band drove to Cork, Roger [Waters] at the wheel, zooming down country roads, Gardai pulled him over and gave him a warning about how he could kill a kid. Rog said he never forgot it!


Pink Floyd launch new album

Waters (out of picture).

Ciaran Savage writes:

“Details about ‘The Endless River’, the new Pink Floyd album from David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason, were revealed today as the album artwork appeared on buildings in ten international cities, including an eight metre lit installation on London’s South Bank. The album will be released on Parlophone on Friday November 7th and is produced by David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson….”

*prepares six skinner*

The Endless River