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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    Neither graffiti nor street art (unless in the sense of unintended comedy) but a memorable Dublin "Street" moment -

    Obama's armoured limo gets stuck on a speed bump -


    Love this comment from the "Secret Service" named spokesperson --


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ered-ramp.html
    That was a classic. About 2mins after that happened I got a text from a wise guy friend saying "they say the smell in Obama's limo is only dreadful". Didn't get the joke until later when I saw what had happened.

    Here is the video of the performance, notice the three heroic Guards one in uniform to the right of the gate. "Fk this...I'm out of here" seems to be the attitude.





    For some reason it reminds me of the time when a protester gently backed a truck up to the gates of the Dáil.

    The first reports from the Guards had them jumping for their lives out of the way of a mad truck-driving maniac before they heroically saved the day by wrestling the lunatic to the ground.

    Luckily the protester had some people filming the event and when the images of Guards strolling around the lorry came out there was no more talk of near death experiences.


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    appearing all around Dunlaoghaire:


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    Now removed graffiti, Dunlaoghaire, would be very pertinent now:




    Terenure:


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    nice footage of the whole affair... it's like something broke as they went over the bumper? g-d knows how much led that limo carries..

    also a potentially dangerous situation for Obama .. .although i know you guys are a friendly bunch ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by random new yorker View Post
    nice footage of the whole affair... it's like something broke as they went over the bumper? g-d knows how much led that limo carries..

    also a potentially dangerous situation for Obama .. .although i know you guys are a friendly bunch ...
    he was safe enough there mate.... now if it was the other side of the liffey.... knackeragua....

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    Quote Originally Posted by random new yorker View Post
    nice footage of the whole affair... it's like something broke as they went over the bumper? g-d knows how much led that limo carries..

    also a potentially dangerous situation for Obama .. .although i know you guys are a friendly bunch ...
    It was certainly a major ****-up, even bearing in mind the limo is apparently not only bullet proof but explosion-proof.
    "If you go far enough to either extreme of the political spectrum, Communist or fascist, you'll find hard-eyed men with guns who believe that anybody who doesn't think as they do should be incarcerated or exterminated. " - Jim Garrison, Former DA, New Orleans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by random new yorker View Post
    nice footage of the whole affair... it's like something broke as they went over the bumper?
    They went in one gate which was fine but tried to come out another gate......which was not fine at all at all at all.
    The Limo was so long it caught its undercarriage on the bump going out. It did a lot of damage. The limo had to be shipped back to the US for repairs. Rumor had it that the driver spent the rest of his career driving the lawnmower around the whitehouse.

    We have form in such matters. The Aircraft carrier the John F Kennedy was holed twice by a Port of Cork pontoon when it paid its first and last visit to Ireland. When it was anchored in Dublin Bay the great and the good of Irish society led by Taoiseach John Bruton had a splendid time partying onboard.

    The Knight of Glin, Desmond FitzGerald, pint of Budweiser in hand, said he was "so relieved that we weren't all barracked by protesters as we left the quay side".
    Ms Liz O'Donnell TD, the PD spokeswomen on justice, said she was only here for The Corrs, the Dundalk group which livened things up later.
    Cllr Kieran Cuffe of the Green Party, a relative of the US ambassador, Ms Jean Kennedy Smith, said he had come out earlier and "got lost on the ship, stumbling into an empty cinema which was playing Top Gun." White suited sailors mingled with the guests as the Taoiseach, Mr Bruton, and the US ambassador delivered almost inaudible speeches. Then it was over to the colour party minus any sign of a Tricolour and the playing of both national anthems.
    From here: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/jfk-j...he-bay-1.64315


    Another case, was when in 1987 the Chinese sent over several of their Terracotta Army.

    Scaffolding was dropped on several of the exhibits with predictable results. I seem to remember at the time it was reported that trainee scaffolders from Fás were on the job.
    When next you are having a hard day just think of the poor fker who had to make the phone call to the Chinese Embassy to tell them their 3,000 year old priceless treasures were now in bits. "Hello Mr Ambassador. Yes indeed it is a fine day. Very well thank you and you? Good to hear that. Now I suppose you are wondering why I called, welllll........" JEEPERS! S/He earned their money that day.

    Report:
    http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1985/An...4b5e24be39e95b

    An iron bar holding overhead lights fell Tuesday night and lopped the arm off one of the nine warriors exhibited in a Dublin hall.
    Early the next morning, a section of scaffolding fell as a workman tried to move it, decapitating one of the two war horses, exhibition organizers said.

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    Now you see it:


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    Now you don't:




    Luckily I took a pic on the day I noticed this graffiti. The next day it was gone.

    The fountain is a beautiful feature, regardless of the fact that it was erected in 1901 to commemorate her visit the previous year.

    http://archiseek.com/2010/1900-queen...ire-co-dublin/

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    In the olden days both the IRA and the UVF would stamp coins as propaganda.
    I had one of each at one time but now can only find this one.



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    Cuala, the Dalkey based GAA club are in the all Ireland hurling finals against Baile Aodha.

    Great support in the area for them:



    More about the St Patrick's day final:

    http://www.gaa.ie/hurling/news/previ...oughlin-gaels/
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    Quote Originally Posted by eamo View Post

    Another case, was when in 1987 the Chinese sent over several of their Terracotta Army.

    Scaffolding was dropped on several of the exhibits with predictable results. I seem to remember at the time it was reported that trainee scaffolders from Fás were on the job.
    When next you are having a hard day just think of the poor fker who had to make the phone call to the Chinese Embassy to tell them their 3,000 year old priceless treasures were now in bits. "Hello Mr Ambassador. Yes indeed it is a fine day. Very well thank you and you? Good to hear that. Now I suppose you are wondering why I called, welllll........" JEEPERS! S/He earned their money that day.

    Report:
    http://www.independent.ie/irish-news...-35331727.html
    unlike most of the members on this forum you do have a sense of humor

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    Spotted this yesterday.
    OK, so Trump is a very strange choice for president of anywhere but can you imagine the outrage here if a US timber products company decorated their trucks with a similar lampoon of Enda Kenny.



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    This is the Quaker meeting house on Pakenham Road Monkstown:



    As is well known the Quakers dispite their small numbers did great work during the Famine.

    A bush beside the meeting house has been cut back revealing this modest plaque:



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    "Mary Boyle was six when she disappeared from her grandparents’ home in Donegal in 1977. Hers is Ireland’s longest-running missing-child case, and she has been described in the Guardian as “Ireland’s Madeleine McCann”. Her twin sister says she knows who killed Mary, and that her faith in the gardaí to bring the case to a truthful conclusion is gone." Irish Times.

    Fianna Fáil HQ on Lower Mount St. is regularly the site of vigils and is often decorated to keep the pressure on to find the culprit.


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    Here is an article by Michael Clifford in the Irish Examiner which detales the alligations of a cover-up but also points out the lack of hard evedence.

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/viewpoi...ered-social-me





    Saturday, July 23, 2016Michael Clifford
    EVERYBODY knows who murdered Mary Boyle. Everybody knows there was a cover-up of the killing of the six-year-old in March 1977. Everybody knows that the mainstream media is complicit in this cover-up. Everybody knows.


    For anybody who has dipped into social media over the last six months, the above statements are received wisdom. The case of Mary Boyle has been highlighted in a campaign led by Mary’s twin, Ann Doherty, and the journalist Gemma O’Doherty. (To avoid confusion, the two women will be referred to here by their first names.)

    Gemma had written and presented a documentary, Mary Boyle — The Untold Story, which has received tens of thousands of viewings on YouTube.

    For months, she has pursued the case on social media, where her campaign has generated a major following.

    The two women have received full support from Ann’s cousin, the singer Margo O’Donnell, Daniel’s sister.

    A fortnight ago, apparently as a result of the pressure generated by the campaign, the Garda commissioner announced there would be a cold case review of Mary’s disappearance.

    The scenario as outlined in the documentary goes something like this: Mary was sexually assaulted and murdered not too far from her grandparents’ home in south Donegal.

    Following Mary’s disappearance, the investigation was compromised by intervention from a Fianna Fáil politician who phoned Ballyshannon Garda Station. This politician is alleged to have said that the man who has come to be known as the chief suspect should not be arrested.


    Mary Boyle
    As a result, the case was never solved, despite some “evidence” that others were aware of the chief suspect’s involvement in the crime. Since then, the main political parties have avoided examining the issue. An Garda Síochána has also avoided unearthing a scandal from the time, and the mainstream media has turned away.

    It’s a compelling narrative, but what of the evidence? This has mainly come from two retired gardaí who were involved in the case. In the documentary, both express their belief that they know who killed Mary.

    There is an inference that the garda who oversaw the investigation, Superintendent Dom Murray, received — or at least acted on — the call from the politician. Murray died in 2014. This allegation only surfaced after his death.

    The documentary relates that in 1985, a series of complaints was made internally about Murray’s general conduct, including that he had attended a Fianna Fáil meeting, which was against Garda regulations. No documentary evidence of this complaint is produced, and neither is there any suggestion that it contained any allegation about interference in the Mary Boyle case.

    Give or take a few inconsistencies elsewhere in the story, which are noteworthy but not crucial, that’s about it.

    The compelling narrative centres on the alleged interference by the politician.

    In recent weeks, TD Pat ‘the Cope’ Gallagher, and councillor Sean McEniff have both issued statements saying they are not the politician in question.


    Pat ‘the Cope’ Gallagher
    From what has emerged over recent decades about both politics and law enforcement, it is entirely plausible that a politician would have intervened in a Garda investigation in the 1970s.

    It might well be argued that this could even have occurred in a case as high profile and emotional as that of a six- year-old’s disappearance.

    However, the only evidence is hearsay. Neither of the two officers claims to have received the alleged call. As evidence in a criminal trial, hearsay wouldn’t carry much more weight than rumour.

    So why wasn’t the suspect arrested? Perhaps there was precious little evidence gathered that could be put to him. Certainly the evidence produced in the documentary wouldn’t have met such a threshold in 1977.

    Prior to the enactment of the Criminal Justice Act 1984, there were strict rules around powers of arrest and detention.

    In any event, one of the two gardaí in the documentary, retired detective Aidan Murray, says he interviewed the chief suspect, albeit as a witness.

    “I told him, just tell us where the child is,” Murray told Gemma. The suspect began shouting that he was being wrongly blamed and an inspector nudged Murray under the table to go easy.

    Murray left and returned with a drink of water, but, he says, the heat had gone out of the moment.

    “I felt in my own heart he had a guilty look, I could see it in his eyes. I felt I had him and I thought if there had been that extra bit of pressure, we wouldn’t be here today,” he told Gemma.

    So we have hearsay about an outrageous intervention, and a firm hunch on behalf of two gardaí. Sound familiar? Most miscarriages of justice cases down through the decades began with a “belief” as to a suspect’s guilt, without solid evidence to support the belief. In the absence of evidence, the cops go with their hunch and build a convenient case in a reverse of standard police procedure. Both retired gardaí are obviously genuine in their beliefs, but that is no substitute for evidence.



    Ann’s pursuit of the matter is entirely understandable from an emotional standpoint, although notably her mother has distanced herself from the campaign. In fact, a distasteful aspect to the whole affair is an inference that Mary Boyle’s mother is not as eager to get justice for Mary, as is her twin sister.

    Gemma obviously believes in her pursuit of “Justice for Mary”. Her persistence is admirable, her film well assembled, but it is heavy with innuendo and hearsay rather than hard evidence.

    Just last week, she tweeted: “Gardaí refuse to arrest the chief suspect in the murder of Mary Boyle. He attended Mass this morning.” This implies that gardaí can simply make an arrest on the basis of a conspiracy theory.

    What really elevated the campaign was the traction it received on social media. Curiously, members and supporters of Sinn Féin have been in the vanguard of the social media blitz.

    The party professes to espouse a high threshold for civil liberties, including opposition to the Special Criminal Court. Yet its members are pushing hard for the arrest of somebody based on hearsay and police “hunch” rather than evidence.

    Perhaps they are just relieved that allegations around historic murder and child sexual abuse are being directed at a political party other than theirs.

    Everybody knows who murdered Mary Boyle. Everybody knows who sanctioned the murder of Jean McConville. Evidence is a different matter.

    Justice for Mary would involve a successful prosecution for her disappearance and assumed murder and nothing that has emerged indicates that there would be any real prospect of such an outcome.

    Perhaps the cold case review will strike lucky.

    Perhaps a premise for an arrest will be found and perhaps the chief suspect may turn out to be culpable and confess. If so, a debate can be initiated about means justifying the end.

    Everybody wants justice for Mary Boyle, but that is nowhere near as simple as is portrayed in a fevered social media campaign.




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    Spotted this yesterday on the Subway place on Parliament St. Dublin 2:



    Creeping normalisation of a demanding, intolerant, totalitarian, aggressive and alien ideology continues.

    I find it incredible that having broken the hold of first the once "established" Anglican Church and then the repression of the Roman Catholic Church we seem willing to facilitate this imported nonsense which is more backward and oppressive than what went before.

    Judging by the comments after this article in the Mail Online many people will be boycotting Subway over this.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...alal-meat.html


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    Striking mural on Stirrup lane:




    On the park railings opposite, and on the lampposts surrounding the now closed Greyhound racing stadium in Harold's Cross Dublin are many notices such as this:



    There have also been demonstrations outside the other greyhound stadium on Shelbourne Rd. on race nights. Strange how some demonstrations and meetings get publicity and others are ignored.
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    Another of estrs street art. This one is on North wall quay:


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    Maybe a bit over the top? Capel St:


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    Back after an overnight trip to South Wales.
    Spotted some interesting stuff.




    Mynydd y Gwair is a beautiful mountain area near Swansea and Carmathen.
    It is proposed to build a windfarm there. 19 huge wind turbines.
    Despite large scale opposition the Welsh government has given the go-ahead for the windfarm.

    Standing Rock is an Indian territory in Dakota, USA. The Native Americans and their supporters have been opposing the running of an oil pipeline through their territory.
    It seems they have been targeted by some very heavy government and non-government forces. This has come to light due to leaked documents.
    You can read about that here: https://theintercept.com/2017/05/27/...-insurgencies/

    .......
    Aflonyddwch Mawr is a Welsh Socialist Republican organisation:



    More about them here: http://democracyandclasstruggle.blog...yr-rising.html

    and here: http://greatunrest2012.blogspot.ie/


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    Repercussions of the Miners strike still live:



    It is treated a bit like our civil war was treated here. In a museum we visited on a previous trip surprisingly little was on display concerning the strike. This despite it been in a formerly mining area.
    It is still very very raw.

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    Good use found for a disused phone box:



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    Another thing I discovered on this trip was that some Welsh people are very fed up with Welsh/Sheep jokes.

    Worth remembering if you are ever in Wales and fancy cracking a joke or two to break the ice with some very large and dour Welsh men......you can trust me on that one.
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    Looks tasty:



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    For no apparent reason, good advice on a lamppost in Pembroke.


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    Seems there is still a lot of resistance to the enormous Ringsend incinerator.
    There was an open-air meeting on Sandymount Strand yesterday (Tuesday) evening.

    Professor Paul Connett gave a very interesting talk which seemed to be very well informed and full of common-sense.




    That is Prof. Connett on the right with Duncan Stewart speaking and on the left the local organizer. The incinerator is the huge silver yoke behind them.


    There were 45/50 people present which considering the lack of publicity was not bad. The lack of coordination between groups was decried. The local retired chemist pointed out that there had been a similar meeting in Ringsend not long ago and maybe others elsewhere but there was no coordination or even communication between the different groups.

    To help coordinate and communicate a Facebook page is (or has) been set up. "Parents against the Incinerator" is the name, it is not confined to parents, someone just thought it was a good name.

    A recent Irish Times article about Incineration and Prof Connett: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/incin...-says-1.253554

    Prof Connett also spoke about a Californian company called Recology which is the main waste collection company in San Francisco and which he recons is the way to go. It is 100% employee owned and is a world leader in waste recycling. Here is their website: https://www.recology.com/

    The meeting was monitored from the back by two suited gents making notes who I presume were from Covanta, the incineration company.


    More interesting reading: https://www.zerowasteeurope.eu/2014/...-cement-kilns/

    and http://www.foeeurope.org/incineration

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    From inside the site:



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    These posters are outside the site:


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    Somehow these seem appropriate:

    From Wales:



    and stuck on a door in Rathmines:


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    Quote Originally Posted by eamo View Post
    Seems there is still a lot of resistance to the enormous Ringsend incinerator.
    There was an open-air meeting on Sandymount Strand yesterday (Tuesday) evening.

    Professor Paul Connett gave a very interesting talk which seemed to be very well informed and full of common-sense.




    That is Prof. Connett on the right with Duncan Stewart speaking and on the left the local organizer. The incinerator is the huge silver yoke behind them.


    There were 45/50 people present which considering the lack of publicity was not bad. The lack of coordination between groups was decried. The local retired chemist pointed out that there had been a similar meeting in Ringsend not long ago and maybe others elsewhere but there was no coordination or even communication between the different groups.

    To help coordinate and communicate a Facebook page is (or has) been set up. "Parents against the Incinerator" is the name, it is not confined to parents, someone just thought it was a good name.

    A recent Irish Times article about Incineration and Prof Connett: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/incin...-says-1.253554

    Prof Connett also spoke about a Californian company called Recology which is the main waste collection company in San Francisco and which he recons is the way to go. It is 100% employee owned and is a world leader in waste recycling. Here is their website: https://www.recology.com/

    The meeting was monitored from the back by two suited gents making notes who I presume were from Covanta, the incineration company.


    More interesting reading: https://www.zerowasteeurope.eu/2014/...-cement-kilns/

    and http://www.foeeurope.org/incineration

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    From inside the site:



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    These posters are outside the site:


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    Somehow these seem appropriate:

    From Wales:



    and stuck on a door in Rathmines:

    in fairness mate if dublin gets all the hospitals and cop stations theyre entitle to get the shitty stuff as well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dedogs View Post
    in fairness mate if dublin gets all the hospitals and cop stations theyre entitle to get the shitty stuff as well....
    Hi Dedogs.

    I think most of those objecting to this incinerator would be opposed to incineration as a method of waist disposal, not just this incinerator.
    As in most campaigns of this sort it is the people nearest who object the strongest. After all, if they don't object they can't expect others to fight on their behalf.

    Another point well made by Prof. Connett was that we in Ireland are in danger of destroying our reputation as a producer of clean, dioxin free food. The plume from an incinerator can effect agriculture many miles away. While the plume disperses and weakens the further it travels he pointed out that nature has a very efficient way of concentrating nutrients, minerals and unfortunately some poisons.



    It is obvious to me that he firmly believes in the dangers of our present consume-more-as-a-way-to-happiness based society and economy. He spoke and answered questions from a small group of locals on Sandymount Strand with enthusiasm and fun as if he was addressing a most important conference. After the meeting he stayed on chatting and answering questions.

    Here is some more about him:

    Paul Connett is Professor Emeritus in Environmental Chemistry at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. For the past 30 years, Paul has put his scientific knowledge to work by helping (without fee) communities around the world understand the science of controversial issues like incineration and fluoridation. In addition to explaining the dangers of these practices he offers details of the alternatives.

    Paul's research on waste management has taken him to 49 states in the US, 7 provinces in Canada and 60 other countries. He was co-editor of the the newsletter Waste Not with his wife Ellen from 1988 to 2000. He has co-authored 6 peer reviewed and published articles on dioxin and numerous other articles on waste management. In the past 30 years he has given approximately 2500 public presentations. Ralph Nader said of Paul, “He is the only person I know who can make waste interesting." His most recent publication on waste is the book "The Zero Waste Solution" (Chelsea Green, 2013). Paul has also co-produced over 50 videotapes on waste management and a 10-part series on the dangers of dioxin.
    Above from here: http://www.americanhealthstudies.org/connett.bio.html


    Prof. Connett is an impressive authority on incineration and the environment however there are those, as would be expected, who take issue with his opinions.

    Just to show how unpopular he is in some quarters, this from "quack watch" (dammit it is a good name isn't it) :http://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/connett.html

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    While I am here, some random stuff:

    Ship St:


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    Enniskerry:


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    Aren't some people very creative. On the back of a van, done with just two roles of insulation tape:



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    Cabra:

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    When I saw this in Smithfield I thought "this should be interesting"




    Turns out King Koby is a bleeden barbers shop for young hipsters with more money than sense. I kid you not! Must be coming to Dublin. I can't wait.

    http://kingkoby.com/chop-shop/corn-exchange/

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    Quote Originally Posted by eamo View Post
    Hi Dedogs.

    I think most of those objecting to this incinerator would be opposed to incineration as a method of waist disposal, not just this incinerator.
    As in most campaigns of this sort it is the people nearest who object the strongest. After all, if they don't object they can't expect others to fight on their behalf.

    Another point well made by Prof. Connett was that we in Ireland are in danger of destroying our reputation as a producer of clean, dioxin free food. The plume from an incinerator can effect agriculture many miles away. While the plume disperses and weakens the further it travels he pointed out that nature has a very efficient way of concentrating nutrients, minerals and unfortunately some poisons.



    It is obvious to me that he firmly believes in the dangers of our present consume-more-as-a-way-to-happiness based society and economy. He spoke and answered questions from a small group of locals on Sandymount Strand with enthusiasm and fun as if he was addressing a most important conference. After the meeting he stayed on chatting and answering questions.

    Here is some more about him:






    Above from here: http://www.americanhealthstudies.org/connett.bio.html


    Prof. Connett is an impressive authority on incineration and the environment however there are those, as would be expected, who take issue with his opinions.

    Just to show how unpopular he is in some quarters, this from "quack watch" (dammit it is a good name isn't it) :http://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/connett.html

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    While I am here, some random stuff:

    Ship St:


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    Enniskerry:


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    Aren't some people very creative. On the back of a van, done with just two roles of insulation tape:



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    Cabra:

    [/url]

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    When I saw this in Smithfield I thought "this should be interesting"




    Turns out King Koby is a bleeden barbers shop for young hipsters with more money than sense. I kid you not! Must be coming to Dublin. I can't wait.

    http://kingkoby.com/chop-shop/corn-exchange/
    fair enough mate only they have them incineraters in other countrys as well and they smokes not killin off everyone livin near them.... but theres people dyin here cause theres no second cat lab in waterford id say thats more important for the government!!!!

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