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  1. Campfire Talk

    Hey everyone, Ireland is getting a battering at the moment. Here are some pics, most from the city I'm living in, luckily I haven't been affected. http://www.thejournal.ie/photos-weather-flooding-1294410-Feb2014/
  2. Heard any good ones lately

    Haha, that's a good one! A woman walks into a bar and asks the barman for a "double entendre", so he gave her one.
  3. Campfire Talk

    Hi lads and ladies, I haven't been online in awhile and I just wanted to say I hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving, Christmas and I wish each of you, and everyone dear to you, all the best in the New Year!
  4. Music Corner

  5. Traits of the Survivor

    Very good find ofg, thanks for sharing! I've been practising the relaxed awareness all day!
  6. Last week while packing for the airsoft weekend I had a lovely list of everything I needed, what wasn't on the list was my boots cos I normally am wearing them, this time I wasn't. Ended up using the only pair of shoes I had with me, a pair of casual skechers, for the whole weekend trudging through the forest. Lesson learned: List everything even the things that are normally on you or in your pockets!
  7. Happy Birthday Watcher!
  8. Campfire Talk

    Is it this guy? He's a "hoverfly" Harmless guys if your human, not so much if you're an aphid. P.S. I didn't see the stinging eyeball posts earlier. In that case it's not a hoverfly.
  9. Ireland through a lens.

    A Peacock Butterfly I spotted recently!
  10. Campfire Talk

    Exactly! Especially bacon!
  11. Campfire Talk

    *Whispering to myself* Just think of bacon....... tasty bacon.......bacon. :upset:
  12. Campfire Talk

    Do you mean the environment or the away from man made things environment. Please say it's the latter!
  13. Campfire Talk

  14. Ireland through a lens.

    Had a look into the name Killeen and it appears to be most common in the Province of Connaught, in the counties of Mayo and Galway.
  15. Ireland through a lens.

    Thanks! I know of Killeen, Co.Clare, but I haven't been there. And Killeen isn't a surname I've come across very often. However the place where my grandmother lives and my mum grew up is called Killeeneen, which when translated from Gaelic mean The church of Finín (Fineen). The strange thing about Ireland's place names are that if two places sharing the same name could have different meanings because of two reasons, the variance in how Gaelic was spoken across the island and because of how it was Anglicised later.