'The shadow before The
Don'. Like or hate Gerry Adams, he has been pivotal
in securing what can be at best described as a tenuous
peace, that many ordinary folks in N. Ireland have
enjoyed, if one can say that, over the past five years
now. Would those who wear blinders, prefer a return
to the days of old?
Mitchell, 'Crucified,' The Blanket, Nov 3rd smacks
the ball out of the park. It will take a monumental
paradigm shift in thinking for the working class folk
on both sides of the divide in N. Ireland to realize
they have been pawns in a sleazy game of politics
played out at the expense of many human lives; Irish
I see the 'Big Lad' is in Ottawa, if you ever bump
into him, tell him if he ever gets to the 'Peg,' to
look me up, I'm in the phone book. I'll take him to
see a play by Winnipeg's Tara Players and have a pint
of awful Guinness. Maybe he could bring a 'poverty
pack' of the real stuff with him, I can almost taste
it. I guess I've been away too long.
Pack: Six beer in a box. Poor folk can nary afford
to treat themselves to a full dozen.
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